Grandfather, Father and Son GA Headley (WI), RGA Headley (WI), DW Headley (Eng) M Jahangir Khan (Ind), Majid Khan (Pak), Bazid Khan (Pak) Grandfather and Grandsons VY Richardson (Aus), GS, IM and TM Chappell (Aus) Grandfather and Grandson MF Tremlett and CT Tremlett (Eng) DCS Compton and NRD Compton (Eng) Great-Grandfather and Great-Grandson WH Cooper and AP Sheahan (Aus) Father and two Sons GR, MR and SE Marsh (Aus) L Amarnath, M and S Amarnath (Ind) WA Hadlee, DR and RJ Hadlee (NZ) Father and Son EJ and SE Gregory (Aus) RT and TWM Latham (NZ) DL and JM Bairstow (Eng) BC and SCJ Broad (Eng) AR and MA Butcher (Eng) MC and CS Cowdrey (Eng) J Hardstaff snr and J Hardstaff jnr (Eng) L and RA Hutton (Eng) IJ and SP Jones (Eng) FG and FT Mann (Eng) JH and JM Parks (Eng) A and RJ Sidebottom (Eng) MJ and AJ Stewart (Eng) FW and MW Tate (Eng) CL and DCH Townsend (Eng) DK and AD Gaekwad (Ind) HS and HH Kanitkar (Ind) VL and SV Manjrekar (Ind) MH and AV Mankad (Ind) Nawab of Pataudi snr (Eng and Ind) and MAK Pataudi (Ind) Pankaj and Pranab Roy (Ind) S Wazir Ali (Ind) and Khalid Wazir (Pak) Yograj Singh (Ind) and Yuvraj Singh (Ind) WM and RW Anderson (NZ) WP and GE Bradburn (NZ) BP and DAJ Bracewell (NZ) BL and CL Cairns (NZ) PGZ and CZ Harris (NZ) AJ and RE Redmond (NZ) KR and HD Rutherford (NZ) HG and GE Vivian (NZ) Hanif Mohammad and Shoaib Mohammad (Pak) Nazar Mohammad and Mudassar Nazar (Pak) Majid Khan and Bazid Khan (Pak) F Hearne (Eng and RSA) and GAL Hearne (RSA) JD and DT Lindsay (RSA) AW and AD Nourse (RSA) PM and SM Pollock (RSA) LR and L Tuckett (RSA) GA and RGA Headley (WI) RGA Headley (WI) and DW Headley (Eng) OC and AHP Scott (WI) ED Weekes and DA Murray (WI) MP and KM Jarvis (Zim) AC and MN Waller (Zim) Four Brothers Hanif, Mushtaq, Sadiq and Wazir Mohammad (Pak) Three Brothers GS, IM and TM Chappell (Aus) EM, GF and WG Grace (Eng) A (Eng), F (Eng and RSA) and GG Hearne (Eng) Manzoor, Zahoor and Saleem Elahi (Pak) Adnan, Kamran and Umar Akmal (Pak) A, D and S Ranatunga (SL) AB, LJ and VM Tancred (RSA) Two Brothers KA and RG Archer (Aus) AC and C Bannerman (Aus) J and R Benaud (Aus) G and WF Giffen (Aus) DW and EJ Gregory (Aus) MR and RN Harvey (Aus) MR and SE Marsh (Aus) CE and RW McLeod (Aus) JL Pattinson (Aus) and DJ Pattinson (Eng) AE Trott (Aus and Eng) and GHS Trott (Aus) H and JW Trumble (Aus) ME and SR Waugh (Aus) (twins) Nafees Iqbal and Tamim Iqbal (Ban) AJ and BC Hollioake (Eng) AER and AHH Gilligan (Eng) AW and IA Greig (Eng) G and JR Gunn (Eng) DW and PE Richardson (Eng) CL and RA Smith (Eng) CT and GB Studd (Eng) GE and JT Tyldesley (Eng) CEM and ER Wilson (Eng) M and S Amarnath (Ind) L Amarsingh and L Ramji (Ind) AL and ML Apte (Ind) BP and SP Gupte (Ind) AG Kripal Singh and AG Milkha Singh (Ind) CK and CS Nayudu (Ind) S Nazir Ali and S Wazir Ali (Ind) BP and JG Bracewell (NZ) JJ and MD Crowe (NZ) DR and RJ Hadlee (NZ) MN and RG Hart (NZ) MJ and PA Horne (NZ) GP and HJ Howarth (NZ) JAH and HJH Marshall (NZ) (identical twins) JM and NM Parker (NZ) Saeed Ahmed and Younis Ahmed (Pak) Humayun Farhat and Imran Farhat (Pak) Moin Khan and Nadeem Khan (Pak) Rameez Raja and Wasim Raja (Pak) Azmat Rana and Shafqat Rana (Pak) Pervez Sajjad and Waqar Hassan (Pak) PAM and RHM Hands (RSA) G and PN Kirsten (RSA) JA and M Morkel (RSA) AJ and DB Pithey (RSA) PM and RG Pollock (RSA) AR and WHM Richards (RSA) AMB and EAB Rowan (RSA) SD and SJ Snooke (RSA) GL and LE Tapscott (RSA) D and HW Taylor (RSA) HF and WW Wade (RSA) LWS and SMS Kaluperuma (SL) DP and TT Samaraweera (SL) MD and S Wettimuny (SL) DS and ES Atkinson (WI) FJ and JH Cameron (WI) CM and RJ Christiani (WI) BA and CA Davis (WI) GC and RS Grant (WI) NE and RE Marshall (WI) EL and WH St Hill (WI) MN and RG Samuels (WI) JB and VH Stollmeyer (WI) PT Collins and FH Edwards (WI) DJ and DM Bravo (WI) CR and SM Ervine (Zim) A and GW Flower (Zim) H and SW Masakadza (Zim) GJ and JA Rennie (Zim) BC and PA Strang (Zim)
All three Grace brothers played v Australia at The Oval 1880
All three Hearnes played England v South Africa at Cape Town 1891-92, F Hearne playing for South Africa
Hanif, Mushtaq and Sadiq Mohammad all played v New Zealand at Karachi 1969-70
All three pairs of Flowers, Rennies and Strangs played together v New Zealand at Harare 1997/9
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Don Bradman has scored 5028 Test runs against England, the most for any batsman against a single opposition. No other batsman has scored even 4000 runs against one team, with England's Jack Hobbs coming in at second spot with 3636 runs against Australia.
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