Cricketers who have batted on all 5 days of a Test

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Rory Burns (Getty Images)
Rory Burns (Getty Images)

Birmingham - England's Rory Burns became just the 10th player to bat on all five days of a Test match during the Ashes opener at Edgbaston on Monday.

The complete list is as follows (player, innings, team, opponents, venue, year):

ML Jaisimha - 20* & 74 - India v Australia, Kolkata - 1960

Geoff Boycott - 107 & 80* - England v Australia, Nottingham - 1977

Kim Hughes - 117 & 84 - Australia v England, Lord's - 1980

Allan Lamb - 23 &110 - England v West Indies, Lord's - 1984

Ravi Shastri - 111 &7* - India v England, Kolkata - 1984

Adrian Griffith - 114 & 18 - West Indies v New Zealand, Hamilton - 1999

Andrew Flintoff - 70 & 51 - England v India, Mohali - 2006

Alviro Petersen - 156 & 39 - South Africa v New Zealand, Wellington - 2012

Cheteshwar Pujara - 52 & 22 - India v Sri Lanka, Kolkata - 2017

Rory Burns - 133 & 11 - England v Australia, Birmingham - 2019

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