Most Runs Without An Individual Fifty in a Test Inning, is 315, scored by England against West Indies
Most Runs Without An Individual Fifty in a Test Inning, is 315, scored by England against West Indies

In the 2nd Test Match against West Indies at Port of Spain, in 1986 England scored 315 Runs in their 2nd Innings. The interesting thing is no English batsman scored even a fifty in that inning and this is still the Most Runs Without An Individual Fifty in any test inning.

Most Runs Without An Individual Fifty-scorecard
Most Runs Without An Individual Fifty-scorecard

England Captain David Gower was the highest scorer in that match with 47 Runs. West Indies won this test match by 7 wickets eventually.

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