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Most consecutive fifties in Test cricket

Written by Muhammad Asim on December 8th, 2006   (327 views)

With his 123 in the second innings of the Karachi Test, Mohammad Yousuf registered his sixth successive score of fifty plus in Test cricket. He provided only the 18th instance of a batsman scoring six or more consecutive fifties in as many as innings. A run-stretch from the Oval Test in August this year, Yousuf has now gone six successive innings (128, 192, 56, 191, 102 and 123). The table below lists six or more consecutive fifties for Pakistani in Test cricket.

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