Brian Lara's highest score in Test cricket is 400 not out for the West Indies against Antigua in 2004.
Brian Lara's highest score a first-class innings is 501 not out for Warwickshire against Durham in 1994, the only quintuple century in first-class cricket history.
400 in test cricket & 169 in ODI Also 501 not out in first class cricket.
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The top 4 get into qualification rounds.1) The minimum number of points that can help to qualify based on other teams' performances is 16:There are 9 teams contesting this year (2012). League matches are of double round robin format. So, total number of matches before qualifying rounds = 2 * 9c2 = 72.Total number of points = 2 * 72 = 144 (as each match is awarded 2 points in total)The least no. of points happens in the situation when all teams score equal points and the top 4 with better run rates qualify:This equals arithmetic mean = total points / 9 = 144 /9 = 16i.e. Teams that score under 16 certainly do not qualify for top 4 spot, although converse need not be true2) The minimum number of points that can certainly qualify a team is 25 (or 24 with better run rate):Proof: Mathematically, this is the arithmetic mean of the maximum points that top 5 teams can score.This can be evaluated by calculating total maximum points that top 5 can score against bottom 4 PLUS total they can score against each other.. and then dividing the total equally between the 5.Max total score against bottom 4= 2 * matches against bottom 4 (home & away)= 2 * (5 * 4 * 2)= 80Max score between themselves (the top 5)= 2 * matches between themselves (home & away)= 2 * 5c2 * 2= 40Total = 80 + 40 = 120 points(Alternately, this can also be arrived at by the shortcut:Overall total points - least possible points that can be scored by bottom 4= 144 - 2 * (4c2 * 2)= 120)Hence the arithmetic mean = 120 / 5= 24This mean means that no team with atleast 24 points will stand 5th (excluding the run rates)Thus, any team that scores 25 points (or 24 with better run rate) certainly qualifies for the top 4 spot, although converse need not be true.
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Brain Charles Lara!! 400*
The top international cricket batsmen is brian Lara because he scored 400 not out against England
11953 runs from 131 test matches Avg: 52.88 Hundreds: 34 Top Score: 400 Not out.
Brian O'Driscoll (Ireland)
Sachin Tendulkar Ricky Ponting Sunil Gavaskar Brian Lara Steve Waugh
10,405 in 299 ODIs, that's an average of 40.48. Centuries: 19 Top score: 169
1.Sachin Tendulkar, 2.Rahul Dravid, 3.Ricky Ponting, 4.Brian Lara, 5.Jacques Kallis
High scores usually go up in 50's so 50 100 150 200 250 (not unknown) 501 by Brian Lara in a first class game and 400 in a test match was and still is amazing Also I have a book recording cricket conversations between the defending batsmen and wicket keeper it states that Brian Lara scored six off of every ball bowled the comments were hilarious
Chris Broad's top score in tests is 162. His top score in ODI is 106.
Ajay Ratra's top score in tests is 115*. His top score in ODI is 30.
100, of course, is the top score on the ELA test.
The highest score or points in a competions.