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|KC Sangakkara (SL)||v New Zealand||Wellington||3 Jan 2015||20 Jul 2000||14y 167d||130||224||Test # 2155|
|SR Tendulkar (India)||v Australia||Mohali||17 Oct 2008||15 Nov 1989||18y 337d||152||247||Test # 1889|
|RT Ponting (Aus)||v Pakistan||Leeds||21 Jul 2010||8 Dec 1995||14y 225d||146||247||Test # 1965|
|JH Kallis (ICC/SA)||v Australia||Johannesburg||17 Nov 2011||14 Dec 1995||15y 338d||147||249||Test # 2018|
|R Dravid (ICC/India)||v South Africa||Centurion||16 Dec 2010||20 Jun 1996||14y 179d||148||255||Test # 1985|
Time is based on the start of the debut match and the start of the match in which the milestone was achieved
Batsmen within a maximum of 300 innings shown
Records include the following recent matches:
Australia v India at Sydney, 4th Test, Jan 6-10, 2015 [Test # 2156]
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Wellington, 2nd Test, Jan 3-7, 2015 [Test # 2155]
South Africa v West Indies at Cape Town, 3rd Test, Jan 2-6, 2015 [Test # 2154]
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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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