What Are The Records That Yashasvi Jaiswal Can Break In Dharamshala

Yashasvi Jaiswal, the young prodigy from Indian cricket, has been in the form of his life. The batter is currently having one of the best series against England. So far in four test matches, Jaiswal has scored two double-hundreds and has a total of 655 runs at an average of 93.57.

However, ahead of the Dharamshala test, here are the five records that Yashasvi Jaiswal will look to break.

  1. 1 run required: Indian batter Yashasvi Jaiswal needs just 1 run to become the Indian batter with the most runs against England in a test series; currently, he is tied with Virat Kohli at 655 runs.
  2. If Jaiswal manages to score 98 runs in the Dharamshala test,he will go past Graham Gooch, who scored 750 runs against India in 1990.
  3. 29 runs: Jaiswal so far has played 8 test matches for India and has a tally of 971 runs in his tally. He needs 29 more runs to complete 1000 runs in a test, and he will be the fastest Indian to achieve the feat in terms of matches.
  4. 120 runs: Jaiswal needs 120 runs to become the highest run scorer in a test series. Currently, little master Sunil Gavaskar has that record to his name. The little master scored 774 runs against the West Indies in 1970/71.
  5. 11 sixes: Jaiswal has so far hit 23 sixes in 2024; he has already surpassed Virendra Sehwag in terms of hitting the most sixes in test matches by an Indian in a calendar year. Jaiswal needs 11 sixes to go past Brendon McCullum, who has hit 33 sixes by any player in a year.
  6. 2 centuries needed: Jaiswal just needs two centuries; he will have the joint most 100 against England; currently, Don Bradman and George Headly have scored four hundred against England, the most by any batter in a single series.

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