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List of Australia Test cricket records against South Africa

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This is a list of Australian Test cricket records against South Africa. It is based on the List of Australia Test cricket records, but concentrates solely on records dealing with the Australian Test cricket team, and any cricketers who have played for that team, against the South Africa Test cricket team. Australia played its first recognised Test cricket match against South Africa in October 1902, and the records listed here date from that time.

Listing criteria[edit]

In general the top ten are listed in each category (except when there is a tie for the last place among the ten, when all the tied record holders are noted).

Listing notation[edit]

Team notation

  • (300-3) indicates that a team scored 300 runs for three wickets and the innings was closed, either due to a successful run chase or if no playing time remained.
  • (300-3 d) indicates that a team scored 300 runs for three wickets, and declared its innings closed.
  • (300) indicates that a team scored 300 runs and was all out, either by losing all ten wickets or by having one or more batsmen unable to bat and losing the remaining wickets.

Batting notation

  • (100) indicates that a batsman scored 100 runs and was out.
  • (100*) indicates that a batsman scored 100 runs and was not out.

Bowling notation

  • (5-100) indicates that a bowler has captured 5 wickets while giving away 100 runs.

Currently playing

  • Record holders who are currently playing Test cricket (i.e. their record details listed could change) are shown in bold

Team records[edit]

Team wins, losses, ties, and draws[edit]

Matches played[edit]

Team 1st Test Matches Won Lost Drawn Tied % Won
 Australia Oct 1902 91 50 21 20 0 54.94
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Highest scores (Innings)[edit]

Rank Score Opposition Venue Season
1 652-7d  South Africa Johannesburg 2001–02
2 628-8d  South Africa Johannesburg 1996–97
3 578  South Africa Melbourne 1910–11
4 565-5d  South Africa Brisbane 2012–13
5 554  South Africa Sydney 2001–02
6 550  South Africa Adelaide 2012–13
7 549-7d  South Africa Port Elizabeth 1949–50
8 542  South Africa Cape Town 1966–67
9 530  South Africa Adelaide 1952–53
10 528-8d  South Africa Perth 2005–06
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Lowest scores (Innings)[edit]

Rank Score Opposition Venue Season
1 47  South Africa Cape Town 2011–12
2 75  South Africa Durban 1949–50
3 85  South Africa Hobart 2016–17
4 108  South Africa Port Elizabeth 1996–97
5 111  South Africa Sydney 1993–94
6 143  South Africa Johannesburg 1966–67
7 147  South Africa Durban 1966–67
8 153  South Africa Melbourne 1931–32
9 157  South Africa Durban 1969–70
10 163  South Africa Durban 1957–58
163  South Africa Perth 2012–13
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 12 November 2016.

Greatest win margins (by innings)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 Innings and 360 runs  Australia (652-7d) beat  South Africa (159 & 133) Johannesburg 2001–02
2 Innings and 259 runs  Australia (549-7d) beat  South Africa (158 & 132) Port Elizabeth 1949–50
3 Innings and 196 runs  Australia (628-8d) beat  South Africa (302 & 130) Johannesburg 1996–97
4 Innings and 184 runs  Australia (439) beat  South Africa (157 & 98) Johannesburg 1935–36
5 Innings and 163 runs  Australia (450) beat  South Africa (170 & 117) Brisbane 1931–32
6 Innings and 155 runs  Australia (469) beat  South Africa (153 & 161) Sydney 1931–32
7 Innings and 141 runs  Australia (449) beat  South Africa (209 & 99) Cape Town 1957–58
8 Innings and 114 runs  Australia (528) beat  South Africa (174 & 240) Sydney 1910–11
9 Innings and 88 runs  Australia (448) beat  South Africa (265 & 95) Manchester 1912
10 Innings and 85 runs  Australia (413) beat  South Africa (137 & 191) Johannesburg 1949–50
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 21 November 2008.

Greatest win margins (by wickets)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 10 wickets  Australia (252 & 59–0) beat  South Africa (85 & 225) Cape Town 1902–03
10 wickets  Australia (390 & 48–0) beat  South Africa (263 & 173) Lord's 1912
10 wickets  Australia (396 & 1–0) beat  South Africa (180 & 216) Cape Town 1921–22
10 wickets  Australia (513 & 73–0) beat  South Africa (308 & 274) Adelaide 1931–32
10 wickets  Australia (401 & 1–0) beat  South Africa (203 & 198) Johannesburg 1957–58
10 wickets  Australia (554 & 54–0) beat  South Africa (154 & 452) Sydney 2001–02
7 9 wickets  Australia (429 & 102–1) beat  South Africa (248 & 282) Durban 1935–36
9 wickets  Australia (435 & 92–1) beat  South Africa (361 & 164) Cape Town 1993–1994
9 wickets  Australia (487 & 10–1) beat  South Africa (277 & 219) Melbourne 2001–02
10 8 wickets  Australia (526-7d & 87–2) beat  South Africa (278 & 333) Cape Town 1949–50
8 wickets  Australia (291 & 68–2) beat  South Africa (214 & 144) Port Elizabeth 1957–58
8 wickets  Australia (447 & 136–2) beat  South Africa (274 & 306) Melbourne 1963–64
8 wickets  Australia (359 & 288–2) beat  South Africa (451-9d & 194-6d) Sydney 2005–06
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 21 November 2008.

Greatest win margins (by runs)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 530 runs  Australia (328 & 578) beat  South Africa (205 & 171) Melbourne 1910–11
2 281 runs  Australia (397 & 290-4d) beat  South Africa (206 & 200) Centurion 2013–14
3 246 runs  Australia (439 & 309-7d) beat  South Africa (374 & 128) Adelaide 2001–02
4 245 runs  Australia (494-7d & 303-5d) beat  South Africa (287 & 265) Cape Town 2013–14
5 191 runs  Australia (469-7d & 124-6d) beat  South Africa (273 & 129) Adelaide 1993–94
6 184 runs  Australia (355 & 321-7d) beat  South Africa (311 & 181) Melbourne 2005–06
7 175 runs  Australia (352 & 331-5d) beat  South Africa (138 & 370) Durban 2008–09
8 169 runs  Australia (198 & 554) beat  South Africa (358 & 225) Melbourne 1931–32
9 162 runs  Australia (466 & 207) beat  South Africa (220 & 291) Johannesburg 2008–09
10 159 runs  Australia (175 & 309) beat  South Africa (240 & 85) Johannesburg 1902–03
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Narrowest win margins (by wickets)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 2 wickets  Australia (108 & 271–8) beat  South Africa (209 & 168) Port Elizabeth 1996–97
2 wickets  Australia (270 & 294–8) beat  South Africa (303 & 258) Johannesburg 2005–06
2 wickets  Australia (296 & 310–8) beat  South Africa (266 & 339) Johannesburg 2011–12
4 4 wickets  Australia (382 & 334–6) beat  South Africa (239 & 473) Cape Town 2001–02
5 5 wickets  Australia (75 & 336–5) beat  South Africa (311 & 99) Durban 1949–50
6 6 wickets  Australia (542 & 180–4) beat  South Africa (353 & 367) Cape Town 1966–67
7 7 wickets  Australia (308 & 95–3) beat  South Africa (205 & 197) Cape Town 2005–06
8 8 wickets  Australia (526-7d & 87–2) beat  South Africa (278 & 333) Cape Town 1949–50
8 wickets  Australia (291 & 68–2) beat  South Africa (214 & 144) Port Elizabeth 1957–58
8 wickets  Australia (447 & 136–2) beat  South Africa (274 & 306) Melbourne 1963–64
8 wickets  Australia (359 & 288–2) beat  South Africa (451-9d & 194-6d) Sydney 2005–06
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Narrowest win margins (by runs)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 89 runs  Australia (348 & 327) beat  South Africa (506 & 80) Melbourne 1910–11
2 96 runs  Australia (280 & 277) beat  South Africa (221 & 240) Brisbane 1953-53
3 103 runs  Australia (445 & 257-4d) beat  South Africa (327 & 272) Sydney 2008–09
4 112 runs  Australia (369 & 307-4d) beat  South Africa (267 & 297) Durban 2005–06
5 159 runs  Australia (175 & 309) beat  South Africa (240 & 85) Johannesburg 1902–03
6 162 runs  Australia (466 & 207) beat  South Africa (220 & 291) Johannesburg 2008–09
7 169 runs  Australia (198 & 554) beat  South Africa (358 & 225) Melbourne 1931–32
8 184 runs  Australia (355 & 321-7d) beat  South Africa (311 & 181) Melbourne 2005–06
9 191 runs  Australia (469-7d & 124-6d) beat  South Africa (273 & 129) Adelaide 1993–94
10 245 runs  Australia (494-7d & 303-5d) beat  South Africa (287 & 265) Cape Town 2013–14
Source: Cricinfo.com. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Greatest loss margins (by innings)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 Innings and 129  South Africa (622-9d) beat  Australia (157 & 336) Durban 1969–70
2 Innings and 20 runs  South Africa (651) beat  Australia (209 & 422) Cape Town 2008–09
Note: a South Africa win against Australia by an innings has only occurred on 2 occasions.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 23 March 2009.

Greatest loss margins (by wickets)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 10 wickets  South Africa (595 & 82–0) beat  Australia (345 & 331) Adelaide 1963–64
2 9 wickets  South Africa (459 & 183–1) beat  Australia (394 & 247) Melbourne 2008–09
3 8 wickets  South Africa (300 & 185–2) beat  Australia (147 & 334) Durban 1966–67
8 wickets  South Africa (384 & 32–2) beat  Australia (227 & 185) Centurion 1996–97
8 wickets  South Africa (96 & 236–2) beat  Australia (284 & 47) Cape Town 2011–12
6 7 wickets  South Africa (276 & 179–3) beat  Australia (173 & 278) Port Elizabeth 1966–67
7 6 wickets  South Africa (435 & 297–4) beat  Australia (520 & 209) Melbourne 1952–53
6 wickets  South Africa (281 & 414–4) beat  Australia (375 & 319) Perth 2008–09
9 5 wickets  South Africa (167 & 340–5) beat  Australia (315 & 186) Durban 2001–02
Note: a South Africa win against Australia by a wickets margin has only occurred on 9 occasions.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Greatest loss margins (by runs)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 323 runs  South Africa (311 & 470-8d) beat  Australia (212 & 246) Port Elizabeth 1969–70
2 309 runs  South Africa (225 & 569) beat  Australia (163 & 322) Perth 2012–13
3 307 runs  South Africa (279 & 408) beat  Australia (202 & 178) Johannesburg 1969–70
4 233 runs  South Africa (199 & 620) beat  Australia (325 & 261) Johannesburg 1966–67
5 231 runs  South Africa (423 & 270-5d) beat  Australia (246 & 216) Port Elizabeth 2013–14
6 197 runs  South Africa (251 & 450-9d) beat  Australia (248 & 256) Johannesburg 1993–94
7 170 runs  South Africa (382 & 232) beat  Australia (164 & 280) Cape Town 1969–70
8 82 runs  South Africa (227 & 290) beat  Australia (243 & 388) Melbourne 1952–53
9 38 runs  South Africa (482 & 360) beat  Australia (465 & 339) Adelaide 1910–11
10 5 runs  South Africa (169 & 239) beat  Australia (292 & 111) Sydney 1993–94
Note: a South Africa win against Australia by a runs margin has only occurred on 10 occasions.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Narrowest loss margins (by wickets)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 5 wickets  South Africa (167 & 340–5) beat  Australia (315 & 186) Durban 2001–02
2 6 wickets  South Africa (435 & 297–4) beat  Australia (520 & 209) Melbourne 1952–53
6 wickets  South Africa (281 & 414–4) beat  Australia (375 & 319) Perth 2008–09
4 7 wickets  South Africa (276 & 179–3) beat  Australia (173 & 278) Port Elizabeth 1966–67
5 8 wickets  South Africa (300 & 185–2) beat  Australia (147 & 334) Durban 1966–67
8 wickets  South Africa (384 & 32–2) beat  Australia (227 & 185) Centurion 1996–97
8 wickets  South Africa (96 & 236–2) beat  Australia (284 & 47) Cape Town 2011–12
8 9 wickets  South Africa (459 & 183–1) beat  Australia (394 & 247) Melbourne 2008–09
9 10 wickets  South Africa (595 & 82–0) beat  Australia (345 & 331) Adelaide 1963–64
Note: a South Africa win against Australia by a wickets margin has only occurred on 9 occasions.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Narrowest loss margins (by runs)[edit]

Rank Margin Teams Venue Season
1 5 runs  South Africa (169 & 239) beat  Australia (292 & 111) Sydney 1993–94
2 38 runs  South Africa (482 & 360) beat  Australia (465 & 339) Adelaide 1910–11
3 82 runs  South Africa (227 & 290) beat  Australia (243 & 388) Melbourne 1952–53
4 170 runs  South Africa (382 & 232) beat  Australia (164 & 280) Cape Town 1969–70
5 197 runs  South Africa (251 & 450-9d) beat  Australia (248 & 256) Johannesburg 1993–94
6 231 runs  South Africa (423 & 270-5d) beat  Australia (246 & 216) Port Elizabeth 2013–14
7 233 runs  South Africa (199 & 620) beat  Australia (325 & 261) Johannesburg 1966–67
8 307 runs  South Africa (279 & 408) beat  Australia (202 & 178) Johannesburg 1969–70
9 309 runs  South Africa (225 & 569) beat  Australia (163 & 322) Perth 2012–13
10 323 runs  South Africa (311 & 470-8d) beat  Australia (212 & 246) Port Elizabeth 1969–70
Note: a South Africa win against Australia by a wickets margin has only occurred on 10 occasions.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Individual records[edit]

Individual records (appearances)[edit]

Most career matches[edit]

Rank Appearances Player Span
1 26 Ricky Ponting 1997–2012
2 24 Shane Warne 1993–2006
3 19 Matthew Hayden 1994–2009
4 18 Mark Waugh 1993–2002
5 17 Glenn McGrath 1994–2006
17 Michael Hussey 2005-12
7 16 Steve Waugh 1994–2002
8 14 Neil Harvey 1949–58
14 Bill Lawry 1963–70
14 Brett Lee 2001–08
14 Michael Clarke 2008–2015
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Individual records (batting)[edit]

Highest individual score[edit]

Rank Runs Player Match Venue Season
1 299* Don Bradman  Australia v  South Africa Adelaide 1931–32
2 259* Michael Clarke  Australia v  South Africa Brisbane 2012–13
3 230 Michael Clarke  Australia v  South Africa Adelaide 2012–13
4 226 Don Bradman  Australia v  South Africa Brisbane 1931–32
5 214* Victor Trumper  Australia v  South Africa Adelaide 1910–11
6 214 Greg Blewett  South Africa v  Australia Johannesburg 1996–97
7 205 Neil Harvey  Australia v  South Africa Melbourne 1952–53
8 204* Adam Gilchrist  South Africa v  Australia Johannesburg 2001–02
9 203* Brad Hodge  Australia v  South Africa Perth 2005–06
10 203 Herbie Collins  South Africa v  Australia Johannesburg 1921–22
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Most career runs[edit]

Rank Runs Player Matches Innings Not Out Average
1 2132 Ricky Ponting 26 48 3 47.37
2 1625 Neil Harvey 14 23 3 81.25
3 1487 Michael Clarke 14 27 5 67.59
4 1486 Matthew Hayden 19 36 2 43.70
5 1147 Steve Waugh 16 25 2 49.86
6 1135 Mark Waugh 18 29 2 42.03
7 1108 Michael Hussey 17 31 2 38.20
8 985 Bill Lawry 14 28 1 36.48
9 982 Warren Bardsley 11 17 1 61.37
10 980 Bob Simpson 15 27 2 39.20
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Most career 50+ scores[edit]

Rank 50+s Player Matches Innings Average
1 19 Ricky Ponting 26 48 47.37
2 13 Neil Harvey 14 23 81.25
3 11 Matthew Hayden 19 36 43.70
4 9 Warren Bardsley 11 17 61.37
9 Steve Waugh 16 25 49.86
9 Mike Hussey 17 31 38.20
7 8 Mark Waugh 18 29 42.03
8 Michael Clarke 14 27 67.59
9 7 Damien Martyn 11 18 53.07
7 Ian Redpath 10 20 46.52
7 Bob Simpson 15 27 39.20
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Most career 100s[edit]

Rank 100s Player Matches Innings Average
1 8 Neil Harvey 14 23 81.25
8 Ricky Ponting 26 48 47.37
3 6 Matthew Hayden 19 36 43.70
4 5 Michael Clarke 14 27 67.59
5 4 Don Bradman 5 5 201.50
4 Damien Martyn 11 18 53.07
4 Mark Waugh 18 29 42.03
4 David Warner 6 11 68.09
9 3 Jack Fingleton 6 8 74.00
3 Clem Hill 8 13 62.66
3 Lindsay Hassett 10 14 53.42
3 Warren Bardsley 11 17 61.37
3 Michael Hussey 17 31 38.20
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Individual records (bowling)[edit]

Most career wickets[edit]

Rank Wickets Player Matches Average
1 130 Shane Warne 24 24.16
2 77 Clarrie Grimmett 10 15.57
3 64 Mitchell Johnson 12 25.64
4 57 Glenn McGrath 17 27.33
5 52 Richie Benaud 13 27.17
6 50 Bill Whitty 8 17.50
50 Brett Lee 14 34.64
8 44 Bill Johnston 10 25.65
9 43 Peter Siddle 12 33.62
10 41 Graham McKenzie 13 40.14
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Best Bowling in an Innings[edit]

Rank Figures Player Opposition Venue Season
1 8/61 Mitchell Johnson  South Africa Perth 2008–09
2 7/34 Jack Saunders  South Africa Johannesburg 1902–03
3 7/40 Clarrie Grimmett  South Africa Johannesburg 1935–36
4 7/56 Shane Warne  South Africa Sydney 1993–94
5 7/68 Mitchell Johnson  South Africa Centurion 2013–14
6 7/83 Clarrie Grimmett  South Africa Adelaide 1931–32
7 7/100 Clarrie Grimmett  South Africa Durban 1935–36
8 7/116 Clarrie Grimmett  South Africa Adelaide 1931–32
9 6/17 Bill Whitty  South Africa Melbourne 1910–11
10 6/18 Bert Ironmonger  South Africa Melbourne 1931–32
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Most career 5-wickets-in-an-innings[edit]

Rank 5s Player Matches Wickets BBI Average
1 8 Clarrie Grimmett 10 77 7/40 15.57
2 7 Shane Warne 24 130 7/56 24.16
3 5 Richie Benaud 13 52 5/49 27.17
4 3 Bert Ironmonger 4 31 6/18 9.14
3 Bill Whitty 8 50 6/17 17.50
3 Bill Johnston 10 44 6/44 25.65
3 Graham McKenzie 13 41 5/46 40.14
3 Mitchell Johnson 12 64 8/61 25.64
9 2 Alan Davidson 5 25 6/34 17.00
2 Ray Lindwall 8 31 5/32 20.35
2 Alan Connolly 7 26 6/47 30.30
2 Bill O'Reilly 7 34 5/20 18.64
2 Brett Lee 14 50 5/69 34.64
2 Glenn McGrath 17 57 6/86 27.33
BBI – Best Bowling in an Innings. Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Most career 10-wickets-in-a-match[edit]

Rank 10s Player Matches Wickets BBM Average
1 4 Clarrie Grimmett 10 77 14/199 15.57
2 2 Shane Warne 24 130 12/128 24.16
2 Mitchell Johnson 12 64 12/127 25.64
3 1 Bert Ironmonger 4 31 11/24 9.14
Note: This list includes all Australian players who have taken 10 wickets in a match against South Africa. BBM – Best Bowling in a Match.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Individual records (fielding)[edit]

Most dismissals in Test career (wicketkeeper)[edit]

Rank Dismissals Player Caught Stumped Matches Innings
1 44 Adam Gilchrist 39 5 12 24
2 41 Brad Haddin 40 1 11 21
3 38 Brian Taber 35 3 9 16
4 33 Wally Grout 29 4 10 19
33 Ian Healy 31 2 12 22
6 27 Bert Oldfield 13 14 11 22
7 21 Ron Saggers 13 8 5 9
8 14 Gil Langley 11 3 5 10
9 13 Sammy Carter 9 4 7 14
10 9 Matthew Wade 8 1 3 6
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Most catches in Test career (non-wicketkeeper)[edit]

Rank Catches Player Matches
1 35 Ricky Ponting 26
2 27 Bob Simpson 15
3 22 Matthew Hayden 19
4 19 Mark Waugh 18
19 Shane Warne 24
6 18 Michael Clarke 14
7 17 Mark Taylor 11
8 15 Richie Benaud 13
9 12 Charles Kellaway 8
10 11 Ian Chappell 9
11 Justin Langer 11
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 April 2016.

Partnership records[edit]

Highest wicket partnerships[edit]

Partnership Runs Players Opposition Venue Season
1st wicket 233 Bill Brown & Jack Fingleton  South Africa Cape Town 1935–36
2nd wicket 275 Colin McDonald & Lindsay Hassett  South Africa Adelaide 1952–53
3rd wicket 242 Charles Kellaway & Warren Bardsley  South Africa Lord's 1912
4th wicket 259 Ed Cowan & Michael Clarke  South Africa Brisbane 2012-13
5th wicket 385 Steve Waugh & Greg Blewett  South Africa Johannesburg 1996–1997
6th wicket 317 Damien Martyn & Adam Gilchrist  South Africa Johannesburg 2001–02
7th wicket 160 Richie Benaud & Graham McKenzie  South Africa Sydney 1963–64
8th wicket 117 Marcus North & Mitchell Johnson  South Africa Johannesburg 2008–09
9th wicket 78 Don Bradman & Bill O'Reilly  South Africa Adelaide 1931–32
78 Ken Mackay & Ian Meckiff  South Africa Johannesburg 1957–58
10th wicket 107 Mike Hussey & Glenn McGrath  South Africa Melbourne 2005–06
Source: Cricinfo 1; Cricinfo 2. Last updated: 4 November 2014.

Highest partnerships by runs[edit]

Rank Partnership Runs Players Opposition Venue Season
1 5th wicket 385 Steve Waugh & Greg Blewett  South Africa Johannesburg 1996–1997
2 6th wicket 317 Damien Martyn & Adam Gilchrist  South Africa Johannesburg 2001–02
3 2nd wicket 275 Colin McDonald & Lindsay Hassett  South Africa Adelaide 1952–53
4 2nd wicket 274 Bill Woodfull & Don Bradman  South Africa Melbourne 1931–32
5 5th wicket 272 Michael Clarke & Michael Hussey  South Africa Adelaide 2012-13
6 4th wicket 259 Ed Cowan & Michael Clarke  South Africa Brisbane 2012-13
7 3rd wicket 242 Charles Kellaway & Warren Bardsley  South Africa Lord's 1912
8 1st wicket 233 Bill Brown & Jack Fingleton  South Africa Cape Town 1935–36
5th wicket 233 Shaun Marsh & Steve Smith  South Africa Centurion 2013-14
10 5th wicket 228 Michael Clarke & Michael Hussey  South Africa Brisbane 2012-13
Source: Cricinfo . Last updated: 4 November 2014.

See also[edit]

  • Portal:Cricket
  • Cricket statistics
  • List of Test cricket records
  • List of Australia Test cricket records


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