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|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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Rahul Dravid is the only batsman to score 300-plus runs in a bilateral ODI series on four separate occasions. He did this against New Zealand (1999), West Indies (2002), Pakistan (2005) and Sri Lanka (2005). Desmond Haynes and Tillakaratne Dilshan have done this thrice each.
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