|GS Sobers||21y 213d||365*||West Indies||v Pakistan||Kingston||26 Feb 1958||Test # 450|
|DG Bradman||21y 318d||334||Australia||v England||Leeds||11 Jul 1930||Test # 196|
|L Hutton||22y 58d||364||England||v Australia||The Oval||20 Aug 1938||Test # 266|
|Hanif Mohammad||23y 27d||337||Pakistan||v West Indies||Bridgetown||17 Jan 1958||Test # 446|
|BC Lara||24y 349d||375||West Indies||v England||St John's||16 Apr 1994||Test # 1259|
|LG Rowe||25y 57d||302||West Indies||v England||Bridgetown||6 Mar 1974||Test # 734|
|RM Cowper||25y 129d||307||Australia||v England||Melbourne||11 Feb 1966||Test # 601|
|V Sehwag||25y 160d||309||India||v Pakistan||Multan||28 Mar 2004||Test # 1693|
|CH Gayle||25y 220d||317||West Indies||v South Africa||St John's||29 Apr 2005||Test # 1750|
Ages are shown as at the start of the match concerned.
Only the first double-century by a player is shown.
Records include the following recent matches:
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (PSS), 2nd Test, Jun 25-29, 2015 [Test # 2168]
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Galle, 1st Test, Jun 17-21, 2015 [Test # 2167]
West Indies v Australia at Kingston, 2nd Test, Jun 11-14, 2015 [Test # 2166]
Bangladesh v India at Fatullah, Only Test, Jun 10-14, 2015 [Test # 2165]
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When England's Wilfred Rhodes and Bert Strudwick shared a 10th-wicket stand of 14 against Australia at The Oval in 1926, they became the oldest pair (collective age) to bat together in Test history. Rhodes was 48 years old at the time while Strudwick was 46, making their collective age 94 years.
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