Indian players to score the most runs in a Test series

Sunil Gavaskar tops the list with 774 runs against the West Indies away from home in 1971, and that too in his first Test series. He scored four tons and four fifties in eight innings.

Sunil Gavaskar (774 runs)

The original 'Little Master' did something similar in 1978, this time at home. He scored 732 runs against the West Indies, with four tons and one fifty to his name in 9 innings.

Sunil Gavaskar (732 runs)

Virat Kohli is the third man on the list, with 655 runs at 109.16. The former Indian skipper raked up two tons and two fifties in 8 innings against England in 2016.

Virat Kohli (655 runs)

Virat Kohli is the second Indian captain, after Sunil Gavaskar, to score over 650 runs in a Test series.

In the same series, Gavaskar scored 774 runs, and Dilip Sardesai raked up 642 at 80.25. He scored 3 tons and one fifty in 8 innings.

Dilip Sardesai (642 runs)

Australia couldn't break 'The Wall' in 2003-04. Dravid scored 619 runs at 123.8 with one ton and three fifties in eight innings.

Rahul Dravid (619 runs)

The last entrant, Jaiswal, has already scored 618 with two doubles tons and two fifties and has three fifties. The southpaw has the chance to break the all-time record and go past Gavaskar.

Yashasvi Jaiswal (618 runs)