Fastest centuries in test cricket

Australian opener David Warner scored the equal fourth fastest century in Test history on the opening day of third Test against India at Perth.

Warner reached his hundred off 69 balls by hitting debutant paceman Vinay Kumar for his third six of the innings.

Fastest centuries in test cricket

  • 56 – Viv Richards (West Indies) v England 1986 St John’s
  • 57 – Adam Gilchrist (Australia) v England 2006 Perth
  • 67 – Jack Gregory (Australia) v South Africa 1921 Johannesburg
  • 69 – Shivnarine Chanderpaul (West Indies) v Australia 2003 Georgetown
  • 69 – David Warner (Australia) v India 2012 Perth
  • 70 – Chris Gayle (West Indies) v Australia 2010 Perth
  • 71 – Roy Fredericks (West Indies) v Australia 1975 Perth
  • 74 – Majid Khan (Pakistan) v New Zealand 1976 Karachi
  • 74 – Kapil Dev (India) v Sri Lanka 1986 Kanpur
  • 74 – Mohd Azharuddin (India) v South Africa 1996 Kolkata

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