Top 5 batsmen with most test runs without a century: The contributes with the bat is not only scoring hundreds, batting is a skill which is to be used in all conditions. Few batsmen have contributed more for their team and won many matches. Here we look at the few players who have the most Test runs without scoring a single hundred. Check out:-
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John Emburey – 1713 runs
John Emburey, considered as one of the fine spinner for England team during his career. He made his debut on 1978 and ended on 1995. He batted in the lower order and contributed more with the bat. He played 64 Test matches and went on to score 1713 runs at an average of 22.53.
Malcolm Marshall – 1810 runs
Malcolm Marshall, who has 376 Test wickets in just 81 matches at a terrific average of 20.94, considered as one of the greatest bowlers of all time. However, he also managed to score 1810 runs by batting at the lower order. His batting average in Test cricket was 18.85.
Deryck Murray – 1993 runs
Deryck Murray, the West Indies wicket-keeper was played cricket for 17 years behind the stumps. He was made his debut on 1963 and retired in 1980. In the span, he was contributed for his team with the bat in conditions difficult for batting. He scored 1993 runs without scoring a century and he has 11 fifties, it was good for wicket-keeper in those days.
Chetan Chauhan – 2084 runs
The Delhi opener Chetan Chauhan, who formed a decent opening partnership with Sunil Gavaskar, had played 12 years. But, he did not even score a single century for Team India in Tests. He finished his career with a best score of 97 but he contributed more for Team India.
Shane Warne – 3154 runs
Former Australian spinner, Shane Warne who destroyed many batting line-ups with the ball, also contributed for his team with the bat in some crucial conditions. He won many matches for his team with his handy knock. He batted at lower order and scored 3154 runs in Test cricket without scoring a hundred. He has the most Test runs without scoring a century.