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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie tragic View Post
    And Steve Smith passes 2500 runs in Ashes.

    Only Don Bradman, Allan Border, Steve Waugh, Clem Hill and Greg Chappell are ahead of him now.
    Can you tell us which year Steve Waugh crossed 2500 in an Ashes?

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    Surprised at Hill being on that list for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfighter View Post
    Surprised at Hill being on that list for some reason.
    Yeah, finished playing in 1912 and still 4th with 2660 runs

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    Quote Originally Posted by TestMatch View Post
    Can you tell us which year Steve Waugh crossed 2500 in an Ashes?
    Steve Waugh has 3200 Ashes runs and he passed 2500 runs in 1998/99 in this Test
    https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/...tralia-1998-99
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    Steve Smith now has 3184 runs @ 93.65 in the 1st innings of Tests.

    Steve Smith (2615) needs 5 runs to go past Greg Chappell (2619) and 46 runs to go past Clem Hill (2660) in Ashes runs, which would place him 4th behind Bradman, Border and Steve Waugh.

    Steve Smith (6788) needs 208 runs to equal Don Bradman (6996) and 212 runs to pass 7000 runs.

    Steve Smith with 121 innings has 9 innings to score 212 runs to become the fastest ever to 7000 runs, beating Walter Hammond who did it in 131 innings.
    Last edited by aussie tragic; 05-09-2019 at 09:49 PM.

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    7000 runs is where the real records start. Mostly because anything below that is dominated by a rubbish bloke from 80 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie tragic View Post
    Steve Smith with 121 innings has 9 innings to score 212 runs to become the fastest ever to 7000 runs, beating Walter Hammond who did it in 131 innings.
    Fastest ever? Shouldn't really be surprising really considering Don didn't get 7000

    edit: wizarded by stephen

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    Look, he’s no Kapil Dev with the stick, obviously

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfighter View Post
    Surprised at Hill being on that list for some reason.
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    He has now scored more than 500 in 3 consecutive Ashes, which even the Don could not accomplish. (thanks Jardine)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coronis View Post
    He has now scored more than 500 in 3 consecutive Ashes, which even the Don could not accomplish. (thanks Jardine)
    Really reaching now lol

    Bradman could have scored 500+ in 5 series in a row except he missed a test in 1938. Still made 434 runs @ 108.50 that series though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie tragic View Post
    Really reaching now lol

    Bradman could have scored 500+ in 5 series in a row except he missed a test in 1938. Still made 434 runs @ 108.50 that series though.
    Smith missed a test this series and it didn’t stop him tbf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coronis View Post
    Smith missed a test this series and it didn’t stop him tbf.
    There's still a Test and a half to go too, haha.
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    He’d have passed 900 this series if he hadn’t missed Leeds. Sure you can say he may have got a pair, but literally no one in the world knows how to get the **** out so unless he makes a mistake, once he’s faced 15-20 balls you may as well just bend over and prepare yourself.

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    And he doesn’t much like making mistakes, does he?

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