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Match 10 : Mathews drives Lankans past Bangladesh
Final : SL v Pak
Points table : Lankans finish on top
History: India has won Asia cup 5 times, Sri Lanka 4, Pakistan 2
Aus in SA
Schedule : 3 T20s starts 9th March at Port Elizabeth
Test series: Aussies bowl heart out to win series in last half hour
Eng in WI
3rd ODI : England win series coming from 0-1 behind
Schedule : 3 Twenty20 series starts from 9th March at Barbados
T20 World cup 2014
to be held in Bangladesh, from 16th March
India squad : Yuvraj Singh recalled, Stuart Binny the new name
England squad : Broad captain, Moeen Ali & Stephen Parry are in
Australia squad : Bailey captain, Hogg & Muirhead the spinners
Pakistan squad : Kamran Akmal & Shoaib Malik recalled, again
West Indies squad
South Africa's squad
New Zealand squad
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Most runs by a batsman in one test match (both innings combined).
Interesting question. Answer is Graham Gooch of England who made a triple century and then another century in at test match at Lord's against back in July 1990. Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka is only other batsman to score a triple and a century in same test match while Mark Taylor of Australia and Brian Lara are only other two to make more than 400 runs in a single test match including both innings although Lara made all those runs in a single innings. here's a list..
Most runs by a batsman in one test match (both innings)
456 (333 + 123) by Graham Gooch, England v India, Lord's, July 1990.
426 (334* + 92) by Mark Taylor, Australia v Pakistan, Peshawar, Oct 1998.
424 (319 + 105) by Kumar Sangakkara, Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Chittagong, Feb 2014.
400 (400* + --) by Brian Lara, West Indies v England, Antigua, April 2004.
380 (247* + 133) by Greg Chappell, Australia v New Zealand, Wellington, Mar 1974.
380 (380 + --) by Mathew Hayden, Australia v Zimbabwe, Perth, October 2003.
375 (325 + 50) by Adam Sandham, England v West Indies, Jamaica, Apr 1930.
375 (375 + DNB) by Brian Lara, West Indies v England, Antigua, Apr 1994.
374 (374 + --) by Mahela Jayawardene, Sri Lanka v South Africa, Colombo, Jul 2006.
365 (365* + --) by Gary Sobers, West Indies v Pakistan, Kingston, Feb 1958.
364 (364 + --) by Len Hutton, England v Australia, The Oval, Aug 1938.
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