Top 10 England cricketers of all time 1. Sir Jack Hobbs. Jack Hobbs 's unparalleled importance to England's sporting history was vindicated in 1953 when he... 2. Fred Trueman. When India began their second innings during the 1952 Headingley Test, they trailed England by a paltry... 3. Sir Ian ...
Who Are The Greatest England Cricketers Of All-Time? Len Hutton. They don’t come bigger in the history of English cricket than Len Hutton. His 18-year career finished with... Kevin Pietersen. Australia were cricket betting favourites in 2005. England needed something, someone, special to defeat... ...
Who is the greatest England cricketer of all-time? Ian Botham. Young, svelte, pre-injury Botham was great on the numbers alone. In his first 50 Tests Botham scored 2,500... Sir Jack Hobbs. No batsman in history has scored more than his 61,760 first-class runs, nor can match the 197... Rachael ...
England's 10 greatest Test cricketers of all time SF Barnes (1901-1914) Sir Jack Hobbs (1908-1930) Wally Hammond (1927-1947) Sir Len Hutton (1937-1955) Fred Trueman (1952-1965) Sir Ian Botham (1977-1992) James Anderson (2003-still playing) Kevin Pietersen (2005-2014) Sir Alastair Cook (2006-2018)
Here's the full rundown of the top 30 and how you voted: 1. Sir Don Bradman (Australia) 2. Sachin Tendulkar (India) 3. Sir Garfield Sobers (West Indies) 4. Imran Khan (Pakistan)
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His average of 58.15 places him fourth on the all-time list for England. He played for England from 1927 to 1947, and ESPNcricinfo heralds him as the third greatest player to play the sport.
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1. Sachin Tendulkar. A batsman that spanned two separate generations, Sachin Tendulkar is a living icon and regarded as the greatest batsman across all formats. 2. Don Bradman. The Australian legend is another player who is considered a master of his art and the greatest batsman who ever lived. 3.
Among all batsmen with more than 4000 runs in Test history, Sutcliffe's average of 60.73 is the third best after Sir Don Bradman's 99.94 and Steven Smith's current average of 63.75.