Fab Four: Most Test Centuries

Steve Smith currently holds the record for the most test centuries among the ‘Fab Four’ with 32 tons.
Steve Smith is the player with the most test centuries among the ‘Fab Four’
Steve Smith is the player with the most test centuries among the ‘Fab Four’ Image - Getty

The "Fab Four". If you have followed Test match cricket even casually in the last decade, there is every chance that you would rattle out the four names even before it is mentioned in this piece. Indian skipper Virat Kohli, batting Genius Steve Smith, England captain Joe Root, and New Zealand maestro Kane Williamson form an illustrious quartet of willow wielders of the modern era.

Each player has set new benchmarks, pushing the others to improve their game. These four batters have not only dominated the World of Cricket but have also carried the expectations of their respective nations. This rivalry has not only enhanced their careers but has also been a huge boost for cricket, providing fans with memories to cherish for a lifetime.

In this article, the main focus will be on Joe Root, Virat Kohli, Steve Smith, and Kane Williamson. Australia's Steve Smith currently holds the record for the most hundreds in Test cricket among the ‘Fab Four’ with 32 tons.

Steve Smith is the player with the most test centuries among the ‘Fab Four’
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While Smith has hit 32 Test tons, Root has scored 30 since making his debut in 2012. The former England captain is also the first batter among the ‘Fab Four’ to breach the 10,000-run mark in Test cricket.

On the other hand, Virat Kohli has scored 29 Test centuries in his red-ball cricket career so far. Kane Williamson now also has scored 30 test centuries which came against South Africa at the Bay Oval.

However, what makes Steve Smith stand out among the other batters is his batting average. The former Australia captain has 9,634 runs in 107 Tests at an average of 58.03, making him the most consistent batter among the rest.

The former New Zealand skipper, Kane Williamson has scored 8,263 runs at an average of 54.36 in 96 test matches which makes him the second most consistent batter among the rest.

Fab Four: Most Test Centuries

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