|557||Mudassar Nazar||Pakistan v England||Lahore||1977-78|
|545||DJ McGlew||South Africa v Australia||Durban||1957-58|
|535||AP Gurusinha||Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe||Harare||1994-95|
|516||JJ Crowe||New Zealand v Sri Lanka||Colombo (CCC)||1986-87|
|500||SV Manjrekar||India v Zimbabwe||Harare||1992-93|
|488||PE Richardson||England v South Africa||Johannesburg||1956-57|
Note: The slowest hundred for any Test in England is 458 minutes (329 balls) by KWR Fletcher, England v Pakistan, The Oval, 1974.
The slowest double-hundred in a Test was scored in 777 minutes (548 balls) by DSBP Kuruppu for Sri Lanka v New Zealand at Colombo (CCC), 1986-87, on his debut.
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Eight batsmen hit at least one six in the first ODI against South Africa at the Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein, which is the most for a team in an ODI. There have been six instances of seven batsmen hitting at least a six; three of those came in 2015.
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