Most Fours in Test Cricket in 2016

Record holder : Joe Root of England holds the record (170 fours) for most fours in test cricket in 2016.

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1. England Joe Root - 170 fours

At no. 1 position is Joe Root of England. He hit 170 fours while scoring 1477 runs in 32 innings of 17 matches at an average of 49.23 and strike rate of 60.7.

2. England Alastair Cook - 151 fours

Next in the list is Alastair Cook of England. He hit 151 fours while scoring 1270 runs in 33 innings of 17 matches at an average of 42.33 and strike rate of 51.9.

3. England Jonny Bairstow - 145 fours

At position no. 3 is Jonny Bairstow of England. He hit 145 fours while scoring 1470 runs in 29 innings of 17 matches at an average of 58.8 and strike rate of 58.21.

4. India Virat Kohli - 134 fours

At no. 4 position is Virat Kohli of India. He hit 134 fours while scoring 1215 runs in 18 innings of 12 matches at an average of 75.93 and strike rate of 60.41.

5. Australia Steven Smith - 121 fours

Next in the list is Steven Smith of Australia. He hit 121 fours while scoring 1079 runs in 18 innings of 11 matches at an average of 71.93 and strike rate of 58.73.

6. England Moeen Ali - 116 fours

At position no. 6 is Moeen Ali of England. He hit 116 fours while scoring 1078 runs in 29 innings of 17 matches at an average of 46.86 and strike rate of 53.79.

7. Pakistan Azhar Ali - 114 fours

At no. 7 position is Azhar Ali of Pakistan. He hit 114 fours while scoring 1198 runs in 22 innings of 11 matches at an average of 63.05 and strike rate of 46.63.

8. England Ben Stokes - 110 fours

At no. 8 position is Ben Stokes of England. He hit 110 fours while scoring 904 runs in 21 innings of 12 matches at an average of 45.2 and strike rate of 66.76.

9. India Cheteshwar Pujara - 107 fours

Next in the list is Cheteshwar Pujara of India. He hit 107 fours while scoring 836 runs in 16 innings of 11 matches at an average of 55.73 and strike rate of 48.43.

10. South Africa Hashim Amla - 101 fours

At no. 10 position is Hashim Amla of South Africa. He hit 101 fours while scoring 729 runs in 15 innings of 9 matches at an average of 48.6 and strike rate of 51.3.