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Ask any cricket pundit and he will say that Test Cricket is the pinnacle of the sport. There is no denying that Test Cricket is the most challenging format in the game. It is the most difficult format to play for both the batsmen and the bowlers. There aren’t a lot of batsmen who have carved a successful Test Cricket career.

As a batsman, you got to have the right technique, hunger, grit, and determination to excel in the five-day format. Given the fact that the red-ball moves a lot more than the white-ball, batsmen ought to the right adjustment and take the time to judge the line of the ball.

Besides, he needs to bat cautiously as he would always find an attacking field being placed all the time. Furthermore, the batsmen need to be adept at playing both spin and pace to play big knocks in the longest format of the game.

The current generation has seen some great batsmen who have excelled playing Test Cricket. These very batsmen are good at playing both spin and pace. In this article, let’s take a look at 6 active cricketers who have scored the most 50+ scores in Test Cricket.

Most 50+ Scores Among Active Batters In Tests

  1. Ross Taylor: 54

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New Zealand’s former skipper, Ross Taylor recently announced that he would take retirement from Test Cricket after the ongoing Test series against Bangladesh. In the recently concluded first Test against Bangladesh, Ross Taylor played a good-looking 40-run knock off 104 balls, though New Zealand lost the Test by 8 wickets.

Among all the active cricketers, Ross Taylor has the sixth most number of half-centuries to his name in Test Cricket. He currently has 54 fifty-plus scores to his name in the longest format of the game. In 111 Tests, he has managed to score 7655 runs at an average of 44.8.

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