3 batsman who have scored runs with strike rate of more than 120 in a Test series

3 batsmen to score runs with strike rate of more than 120 in Test cricket

There are mainly three formats played in cricket at the current generation, these include Test, ODI and T20I format. Out of the three forms, nowadays the audience enjoys the most in watching T20 matches, because it is the fastest format of them all and runs are scored at a quick rate, while one can always expect result of the match in 3 to 4 hours.


However, if you ask any real cricket fan which format matches they enjoy watching the most, their answer will be Test format, the longest form of the game.

In Test matches, the batsmen and bowlers are tested in the true sense, whoever passes the test, wins the match. Now if we tell you that even in Test matches, how will it be if we get to see the quick cameo batting like in T20.


Actually, something similar is happening these days. Today, in this article, we take a look at 3 batsman who a have scored runs with strike rate of more than 120 in Test cricket.

Rishabh Pant

India’s wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant comes at number three in the list, who has achieved the tag of being the X-factor in the Test format. Rishabh is known to bat in a quick manner and he has led India to victories in many Test matches thanks to his quick innings. In the Test series against Sri Lanka in 2022, Rishabh scored 185 runs in 3 innings of 2 Test matches at a strike rate of 120.13 during the series.

Shahid Afridi

Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi comes at number two in this list. He scored 330 runs at a very fast pace in the Test series played against India in 2006. In that series, Shahid Afridi scored runs in 5 innings of 3 test matches at a strike rate of 121.32. During that time he faced a total of 272 balls.


Jonny Bairstow

England’s Jonny Bairstow is at number one in the list. Johnny recently batted very vigorously in the Test series against New Zealand and scored a total of 394 runs. Jonny scored runs in 6 innings of the 3 Test matches at a strike rate of 120.12.

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