Most Fours in Test Cricket in 1989

Record holder : Mark Taylor of Australia holds the record (125 fours) for most fours in test cricket in 1989.

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1. Australia Mark Taylor - 125 fours

At no. 1 position is Mark Taylor of Australia. He hit 125 fours while scoring 1219 runs in 20 innings of 11 matches at an average of 64.15 and strike rate of 44.07.

2. Australia David Boon - 111 fours

Then comes our David Boon of Australia. He hit 111 fours while scoring 957 runs in 20 innings of 11 matches at an average of 59.81 and strike rate of 43.93.

3. Australia Dean Jones - 100 fours

At no. 3 position is Dean Jones of Australia. He hit 100 fours while scoring 1099 runs in 18 innings of 11 matches at an average of 73.26 and strike rate of 57.03.

4. India Sanjay Manjrekar - 94 fours

Then comes our Sanjay Manjrekar of India. He hit 94 fours while scoring 769 runs in 13 innings of 8 matches at an average of 64.08 and strike rate of 46.02.

5. Australia Steve Waugh - 88 fours

Then comes our Steve Waugh of Australia. He hit 88 fours while scoring 865 runs in 16 innings of 11 matches at an average of 86.5 and strike rate of 58.4.

6. Australia Allan Border - 85 fours

At position no. 6 is Allan Border of Australia. He hit 85 fours while scoring 818 runs in 17 innings of 11 matches at an average of 68.16 and strike rate of 42.98.

7. West Indies Richie Richardson - 85 fours

At no. 7 position is Richie Richardson of West Indies. He hit 85 fours while scoring 797 runs in 11 innings of 6 matches at an average of 72.45 and strike rate of 47.27.

8. England Robin Smith - 78 fours

At position no. 8 is Robin Smith of England. He hit 78 fours while scoring 553 runs in 10 innings of 5 matches at an average of 61.44 and strike rate of 56.31.

9. Pakistan Shoaib Mohammad - 76 fours

At position no. 9 is Shoaib Mohammad of Pakistan. He hit 76 fours while scoring 687 runs in 7 innings of 6 matches at an average of 114.5 and strike rate of 41.91.

10. West Indies Desmond Haynes - 65 fours

Next in the list is Desmond Haynes of West Indies. He hit 65 fours while scoring 596 runs in 11 innings of 6 matches at an average of 59.6 and strike rate of 50.08.