Most Fours in One day Cricket in 2016

Record holder : David Warner of Australia holds the record (148 fours) for most fours in one day cricket in 2016.

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1. Australia David Warner - 148 fours

At no. 1 position is David Warner of Australia. He hit 148 fours while scoring 1388 runs in 23 innings of 23 matches at an average of 63.09 and strike rate of 105.47.

2. Australia Steven Smith - 102 fours

Next in the list is Steven Smith of Australia. He hit 102 fours while scoring 1154 runs in 25 innings of 26 matches at an average of 50.17 and strike rate of 89.18.

3. South Africa Quinton de Kock - 91 fours

Then comes our Quinton de Kock of South Africa. He hit 91 fours while scoring 857 runs in 17 innings of 17 matches at an average of 57.13 and strike rate of 108.61.

4. England Alex Hales - 86 fours

At position no. 4 is Alex Hales of England. He hit 86 fours while scoring 743 runs in 13 innings of 14 matches at an average of 61.91 and strike rate of 101.36.

5. New Zealand Martin Guptill - 74 fours

At no. 5 position is Martin Guptill of New Zealand. He hit 74 fours while scoring 727 runs in 18 innings of 18 matches at an average of 42.76 and strike rate of 99.86.

6. New Zealand Kane Williamson - 73 fours

At no. 6 position is Kane Williamson of New Zealand. He hit 73 fours while scoring 699 runs in 18 innings of 18 matches at an average of 41.11 and strike rate of 81.75.

7. Australia Aaron Finch - 72 fours

At no. 7 position is Aaron Finch of Australia. He hit 72 fours while scoring 655 runs in 23 innings of 25 matches at an average of 28.47 and strike rate of 94.1.

8. Sri Lanka Kusal Mendis - 71 fours

At position no. 8 is Kusal Mendis of Sri Lanka. He hit 71 fours while scoring 569 runs in 16 innings of 17 matches at an average of 37.93 and strike rate of 91.47.

9. England Joe Root - 71 fours

At no. 9 position is Joe Root of England. He hit 71 fours while scoring 796 runs in 14 innings of 15 matches at an average of 61.23 and strike rate of 91.81.

10. England Jason Roy - 65 fours

At position no. 10 is Jason Roy of England. He hit 65 fours while scoring 647 runs in 17 innings of 17 matches at an average of 43.13 and strike rate of 108.01.