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Joe Root Centuries: List of Joe Root Centuries in Test, ODI, T20Is & IPL

Joe Root has been scoring Hundreds in Test for fun.

Joe Root is one of those modern-day batsman who needs no introduction. The right-hander has been the core of England’s middle order for the last decade in the longer format. The 33-year-old has also highlighted his class in the limited overs format but due to tough competition in the playing eleven in the 50-over format, it has been difficult for the former skipper to make it to the playing eleven for the last 4 years.

Root is the second English batsman after Alistair Cook to score more than 10000 test runs and 30-plus test centuries. His batting is all about lazy elegance and timing. We take a look at the list of test centuries :

Joe Root Test Centuries

Joe Root made his test debut against India in December 2012 and since then the right-hander has taken impressive strides for the national side. He has so far scored 30 centuries with an average of 50.76 scoring 11168 runs in the longer format. The right-hander has scored 11 centuries in 2021 & 2022 (6 & 5 respectively). He has scored 9 centuries against India while he has scored 5 centuries at Lords Stadium. The 33-year-old has also scored impressively in the subcontinent. His 11 centuries have come in the 1st & 2nd innings. He has scored 5 double centuries so far in his test career while his 21 centuries have given England wins in the longer format.

SR noDateAgainstScoreInningsVenueResult
124th May 2013New Zealand1011Headingly, LeedsWon
218th July 2013Australia1803Lords, LondonWon
312th June 2014Sri Lanka200*1Lords, LondonDraw
49th July 2014India154*2Trent Bridge, NottinghamDraw
515th August 2014India149*2The Oval, LondonWon
621st April 2015West Indies182*2National Cricket Stadium, St George’sWon
78th July 2015Australia1341Sofia Gardens, CardiffWon
86th August 2015Australia1302Trent Bridge, NottinghamWon
914th January 2016South Africa1102Wanderers, JohannesburgWon
1022nd July 2016Pakistan2541Old Trafford, ManchesterWon
119th November 2016India1241Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, RajkotDraw
126th July 2017South Africa1901Lords, LondonWon
1317th August 2017West Indies1361Edgbaston Cricket Ground, BirminghamWon
147th September 2018India1253The Oval, LondonWon
1514th November 2018Sri Lanka1243Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, KandyWon
169th February 2019West Indies1223Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, Gros IsletWon
1729th November 2019New Zealand2262Seddon Park, HamiltonDraw
1814th January 2021Sri Lanka2282Galle International Stadium, GalleWon
1922nd January 2021Sri Lanka1862Galle International Stadium, GalleWon
205th February 2021India2181MA Chidambaram Stadium, ChennaiWon
214th August 2021India1093Trent Bridge, NottinghamDraw
2212th August 2021India180*2Lords, LondonLost
2325th August 2021India1212Headingly, LeedsWon
248th March 2022West Indies1093Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North SoundDraw
2516th March 2022West Indies1531Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Draw
262nd June 2022New Zealand115*4Lords, LondonWon
2710th June 2022New Zealand1762Trent Bridge, NottinghamWon
281st July 2022India142*4Edgbaston Cricket Ground, BirminghamWon
2924th February 2023New Zealand153*1Basin Reserve, WellingtonLost
3016th June 2023Australia118*1Edgbaston Cricket Ground, BirminghamLost

Joe Root ODI Centuries

Joe Root has been one of the most consistent batters for English cricket for the last decade or so. The right-hander has showcased temperament and technicalities in the limited overs format like test cricket. He has scored 16 ODI centuries by registering 6207 runs in 158 ODIs with an average of 50.05 and a highest score of an unbeaten 133*.

Sr noDateAgainstScoreInningsVenueResult
15th March 2014West Indies1071Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North SoundWon
25th September 2014India1131Headingly, LeedsWon
310th December 2014Sri Lanka104*1Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, KandyWon
41st March 2015Sri Lanka1211Wellington Regional Stadium, WellingtonLost
59th June 2015New Zealand 1403Edgbaston Cricket Ground, BirminghamWon
617th June 2015New Zealand 106*2Trent Bridge, NottinghamWon
79th February 2016South Africe1251Supersport Park, CenturionLost
812th February 2016South Africa1091Wanderers Stadium, JohannesburgLost
99th March 2017West Indies1011Kensington Oval, BridgetownWon
101st June 2017Bangladesh133*2TheOval, LondonWon
117th March 2018New Zealand 1021University Oval, DunedinLost
1214th July 2018India113*3Lords, LondonWon
1317th July 2018India100*2Headingly, LeedsWon
1420th February 2019West Indies1022Kensington Oval, BridgetownWon
153rd June 2019Pakistan 1072Trent Bridge, NottinghamLost
1614th June 2019West Indies1022Rose Bowl ,SouthamptonWon

Joe Root T20I Centuries

The former England skipper has highlighted his adaptability in all formats. The 33-year-old hasn’t scored a century in T20I cricket but has recorded 5 half-centuries with a highest score of an unbeaten 90.

Joe Root IPL Centuries

The right-hander hasn’t scored a century in the IPL so far as he hasn’t played enough IPL games. He was bought by Rajasthan Royals for a sum of INR 1 crore in 2023.


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