Most Runs In Men’s Ashes series 

Most Runs In Men’s Ashes series 

The Ashes series is one of the greatest clashes in the game of cricket. The iconic series started in 1882 in Australia and England won the test series by 3-0. Ashes occur once every two years generally, the tournament consists of five matches. Like India-Pakistan matches, the test matches are of high voltage in the Ashes, you will only spectate quality gameplay from both sides. Players from these two countries crave to perform well in this prestigious event and are considered as heroes for doing well. The 72nd edition of the Ashes is about to commence on 8th December 2021, so let’s contemplate the batsmen with the most runs in Ashes series

Don Bradman 

Don Bradman: Most Runs In Men’s Ashes series 

The greatest batsman in the history of test cricket, Sir Don Bradman conquers the list of the most runs in Men’s Ashes. The legendary cricketer has amassed 5028 runs in 37 matches. His average of 89.78 is the highest among all batsmen. The right-hand batsman hit 19 centuries too, which is the most by any batsman in the Ashes history. In 1930, Bradman accumulated 334 runs in 448 balls in Leeds, the highest score in Ashes ever. 

Jack Hobbs

Ex England batsman Jack Hobbs has made the 2nd most runs in Ashes with 3636 runs in 41 matches (71 innings). The solid English batter maintained an impressive average of 54.26. In terms of smashing centuries, he is at 2nd place, 12 centuries &15 fifties. Hobbs’s highest score was 187 in this huge event. 

Allan Border

One of the greatest batsmen of all time, Allan Border finds himself in 3rd position on the list of the most runs in the Ashes series. The 2nd highest run-scorer of the Australian team notched up 3222 runs in 42 matches he has played. Border’s batting average of 55.55 is bewitching. Border won the Ashes 5 times in his international career. The veteran from New South Wales scored seven 100s and nineteen 50s in his Ashes career. His supreme performance came in Leeds in 1993, making 200* off 399 balls. 

Steve Waugh 

The skipper with the best win percentage in the test cricket (71.92), Steve Waugh is also on this list. The Australian great accumulated 5028 runs in 37 matches against robust England in the Ashes. He has smacked ten 100s & fourteen 50s in the competition, while his average was 58.75. In the early stage of his career, Waugh amassed 177 runs off 242 balls in Leeds. 

David Gower

One of the best left-hand batsman to ever play the game, David Gower was phenomenal in the Ashes. The southpaw has aggregated 3037 runs at a wow average of 46.01. Gower was technically flawless with the bat, could bat all day until a miracle delivery gets him out. The kent born player slammed nine 100s & eleven 50s in the Ashes. Gower played the captain’s knock of 215 off 314 balls in Birmingham in 1985 against the likes of Jeff Thomson and Ben McDermott. 

Player Matches Innings RunsAverage Best 50s 100s
Don Bradman 3763502889.783341219
Jack Hobbs4171363654.261871512
Allan Border4273322255.55200*197
Steve Waugh4572317358.75177*1410
David Gower3869303746.01215119
Steve Smith 2950290564.442391011
Wally Hammond3358285251.8525179
Herbert Sutcliffe2746274166.85194168
Clem Hill4176266035.46188164
John Edrich 3257264448.96175137

FAQs

Who has made the most runs in the Ashes history?

Sir Don Bradman has made the most runs in the Ashes history (5028). 

Which batsman has the highest average in Ashes?

Sir Don Bradman has the highest average in Ashes (89.78).

Which current batsman has the most runs in Ashes history?

Steve Smith has the most runs in Ashes history (2905) among curent players.

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