FACTBOX-Cricket-Leading run-scorers in tests

Wed Jan 2, 2013 10:30pm IST

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LONDON, Jan 2 (Reuters) - Leading run-scorers in test
cricket after South Africa's Jacques Kallis became the fourth
player to pass 13,000 in the first test against New Zealand in
Cape Town on Wednesday.
    
Player                   Matches  Runs    HS    Ave    100    50
SR Tendulkar (India)  194        15,645  248*  54.32   51    66
RT Ponting (Aus)      168      13,378  257   51.85   41    62
R Dravid (India)      164        13,288  270   52.31   36    63
JH Kallis (SA)      159      13,040  224   56.94   44    57
BC Lara (WI)          131      11,953  400*  52.88   34    48
AR Border (Aus)       156        11,174  205   50.56   27    63
SR Waugh (Aus)      168        10,927  200   51.06   32    50
S Chanderpaul (WI)    146        10,696  203*  51.67   27    61
DPM Jayawardene (SL)  137      10,674  374   49.41   31    43
SM Gavaskar (India)   125      10,122  236*  51.12   34    45

 (Editing by Ed Osmond)
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