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Yashasvi Jaiswal Set to Shatter 3 World Records in India vs. England 4th Test – Ranchi Showdown

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Yashasvi Jaiswal showcased his brilliance for India against England in Rajkot on Sunday (February 18) during the third Test of the ongoing five-match series. In the second inning, he displayed an unbeatable performance, scoring 214 runs from just 236 balls. His innings was marked by an impressive tally of 12 sixes, equalling the world record for the most sixes in a Test innings and setting a new record for the most sixes in a Test series, with a total of 22 sixes across the three Tests played so far.

Following his outstanding performance in the third Test, which led to India’s historic victory by a record margin of 434 runs in Rajkot, Jaiswal aims to continue his exceptional form in Ranchi. His contributions could potentially secure another significant win for India, thereby aiding the Rohit Sharma-led side in clinching the series against England.

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The 22-year-old Jaiswal, who has consecutively scored double centuries in the ongoing series, stands on the brink of breaking three monumental world records during the fourth Test:

Fastest to score 1000 runs in the World Test Championship (WTC): With 861 runs in seven Tests to his credit so far, Jaiswal is poised to become the quickest batter in WTC history to reach the milestone of 1000 runs if he can score at least 139 runs in the fourth Test.

Three consecutive 200s in Tests: Having achieved double centuries in the second and third Tests against England, Jaiswal could etch his name in cricket history by scoring another 200+ run innings in the Ranchi Test. Such a feat would make him the first cricketer ever to achieve three back-to-back double centuries in Test cricket.

Second batter to score three double centuries in a Test series: A double century in the upcoming Test would also elevate Jaiswal to the esteemed company of Don Bradman as the only second batter in Test history to score three double centuries in a single Test series. This remarkable achievement was last accomplished by Bradman during the 1930 Ashes series in England.

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