Father and Son
TJ and B Laughlin (Aus)
GR and SE Marsh (Aus)
GR and MR Marsh (Aus)

BC and SCJ Broad (Eng)
MC and CS Cowdrey (Eng)
D and GD Lloyd (Eng) 
DJ Pringle (EA) and DR Pringle (Eng)
DL and JM Bairstow (Eng)

SM and RS Gavaskar (Ind)
Yograj and Yuvraj Singh (Ind)

BL and CL Cairns (NZ)
BP and DAG Bracewell (NZ)
RT and TWM Latham (NZ)
KR and HD Rutherford (NZ)

Majid and Bazid Khan (Pak)

RGA Headley (WI) and DW Headley (England) 

MP and KM Jarvis (Zimbabwe)
AC and MN Waller (Zimbabwe)

Four Brothers
A, D, N and S Ranatunga (SL)
LN Onyango, N Odhiambo, JO Ngoche and SO Ngoche (Kenya)

Three Brothers
GS, IM and TM Chappell (Aus)
KO Otieno, DO Obuya and CO Obuya (Kenya)
BG, DR and RJ Hadlee (NZ)
Adnan, Kamran and Umar Akmal (Pak)
Manzoor, Zahoor and Saleem Elahi (Pak)
MD, S and SRD Wettimuny (SL)

Two Brothers
DJ and MEK Hussey (Aus)
B and S Lee (Aus)
ME and SR Waugh (Aus) (twins)
SE and MR Marsh (Aus)

Nafees and Tamim Iqbal (Bdesh)

AJ and BC Hollioake (Eng)
EC Joyce (England and Ireland) and DI Joyce (Ireland)
CL and RA Smith (Eng)

M and S Amarnath (Ind)
IK and YK Pathan (Ind) (Half Brothers)

JF and PJK Mooney (Ireland) 
KJ and NJ O'Brien (Ireland)

AO and MA Suji (Kenya)
LO and SO Tikolo (Kenya)

LJ and SF Burger (Namibia)
BL and DB Kotze (Namibia)

GMC and HJC Mol (Netherlands)

BP and JG Bracewell (NZ)
JJ and MD Crowe (NZ)
MJ and PA Horne (NZ)
GP and HJ Howarth (NZ)
JAH and HJH Marshall (NZ) (identical twins)
BB and NL McCullum (NZ)
JM and NM Parker (NZ)

Humayun Farhat and Imran Farhat (Pak)
Moin Khan and Nadeem Khan (Pak)
Mushtaq and Sadiq Mohammad (Pak)
Rameez Raja and Wasim Raja (Pak)
Mansoor Rana and Maqsood Rana (Pak)

G and PN Kirsten (RSA) (Half Brothers)
JA and M Morkel (RSA)

DP and TT Samaraweera (SL)

DJ Bravo and DM Bravo (WI) (Half Brothers)
PT Collins and FH Edwards (WI) (Half Brothers)
MN and RG Samuels (WI)

A and GW Flower (Zim)
H and SW Masakadza  (Zim) 
GJ and JA Rennie (Zim)
BC and PA Strang (Zim)

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Virat Kohli scored 256 runs (115 and 141) against Australia, at the Adelaide Oval. This is the most runs scored by any player on captaincy debut and the first time that a player has scored two hundreds on captaincy debut in an overseas Test.

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