Highest batting average amongst Fab Four in tests

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Steve Smith

Here is the fab four batsman who are dominating test cricket for many years. They Played some remarkable innings in test cricket. Here is the record of fab four batter.

Steve Smith

34 year old Aussie batter is marvelous in test cricket. Smith has played some incredible knock in test match history, he is optimistic to overcome challenging wicket. Smith is holding 3rd position on the ICC batting ranking, has posted a best of 50 while averaging 36.16 in eight test innings of home test series. He played 37 matches as captain won 21 matches, lost 10 matches and draw 6 matches , winning percentage 56.76.  He is the fastest batsman to reach 7000 and 8000 runs in test cricket. He scored 9665 runs with 108 matches and with 57.53 average.

Kane Williamson

Kiwi right hand batsman he did tremendous performance in test match cricket. He scored back to back centuries in one test match recently.Not only he is good batsman also he is good captain by his captaincy New Zealand won world test championship trophy for the first time in 2021. Williamson scored 32 test century as best score is 251. Williamson scored 8675 runs with 55.25 batting average.

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Joe Root

33 years old English batter magnificent player in test cricket. He debut against India in 2012 in test cricket. Root played phenomenal innings, scored 11626 runs with 139 match and 49.68 average. His highest score 254 .

Virat Kohli

Indian legendary batter is one of fab four batsman , he dominated test cricket over the years. As captain he lead to team India for 68 test match, won 40 matches, he has excellent record in test match captaincy. Virat scored 8848 runs with 113 matches and 49.16 average.

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