2000 runs and 100 wicketkeeping dismissals
Player Span Mat Inns Runs HS Ave 100 Dis Ct St
TG Evans (Eng) 1946-1959 91 133 2439 104 20.49 2 219 173 46
JHB Waite (SA) 1951-1965 50 86 2405 134 30.44 4 141 124 17
APE Knott (Eng) 1967-1981 95 149 4389 135 32.75 5 269 250 19
RW Marsh (Aus) 1970-1984 96 150 3633 132 26.51 3 355 343 12
SMH Kirmani (India) 1976-1986 88 124 2759 102 27.04 2 198 160 38
PJL Dujon (WI) 1981-1991 81 115 3322 139 31.94 5 270 267 5
IA Healy (Aus) 1988-1999 119 182 4356 161* 27.39 4 395 366 29
AJ Stewart (Eng) 1990-2003 133 235 8463 190 39.54 15 241 263 14
AC Parore (NZ) 1990-2002 78 128 2865 110 26.28 2 201 197 7
Moin Khan (Pak) 1990-2004 69 104 2741 137 28.55 4 147 128 20
A Flower (Zim) 1992-2002 63 112 4794 232* 51.54 12 151 151 9
MV Boucher (ICC/SA) 1997-2012 147 206 5515 125 30.30 5 555 532 23
RD Jacobs (WI) 1998-2004 65 112 2577 118 28.31 3 219 207 12
AC Gilchrist (Aus) 1999-2008 96 137 5570 204* 47.60 17 416 379 37
HAPW Jayawardene (SL) 2000-2015 58 83 2124 154* 29.50 4 156 124 32
KC Sangakkara (SL) 2000-2015 130 225 12203 319 58.66 38 151 178 20
Kamran Akmal (Pak) 2002-2010 53 92 2648 158* 30.79 6 206 184 22
BB McCullum (NZ) 2004-2015 92 159 5870 302 38.87 11 179 190 11
D Ramdin (WI) 2005-2015 64 107 2510 166 26.70 4 191 184 7
MS Dhoni (India) 2005-2014 90 144 4876 224 38.09 6 294 256 38
MJ Prior (Eng) 2007-2014 79 123 4099 131* 40.18 7 256 243 13
BJ Haddin (Aus) 2008-2015 63 108 3207 169 33.75 4 258 251 7
By default, the shading indicates records from the past week, or failing that, the most recent entry.
Adjust: most recent | past week | past month | past 6 months | past year | 4 years | 10 years | 25 years

Players sorted by order of debut.
All figures exclude catches not made as a wicketkeeper.

Records includes the following current or recent matches:
Australia v India at Sydney, 4th Test, Jan 6-10, 2015 [Test # 2156]
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Wellington, 2nd Test, Jan 3-7, 2015 [Test # 2155]
South Africa v West Indies at Cape Town, 3rd Test, Jan 2-6, 2015 [Test # 2154]

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