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Best Test XI of 2020


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The COVID-19 pandemic situation across the world made a big impact in the game in 2020. Even though we had tight fixtures in the latter half of the year, the no. of Test matches played is very low compared to other years. Still, there have been some memorable moments and performances in the year.

West Indies’ famous win in England, India 36-all out in the Adelaide Test are among some key moments that happened in the longest format of the game. Interestingly the year didn’t go as expected for big guns like Virat Kohli and Steve Smith. Both the batsmen averages less than 20 this year. 

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Though there are players who showed remarkable performances in 2020. Let’s have a look at bets Test XI of 2020, based on players’ individual performances. 

1. Dean Elgar

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South African left-handed opening batsman Dean Elgar did a decent job with the bat in the opening slot. In the whole year, most of the openers struggled from various teams had failures. Only two or three openers performed well in the spot. The South African opening batsman scored 317 runs from 7 innings at an average of 45.3.  


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