Undoubtedly, Australia provides one of the top-class cricketers in the world. Their batters are famous for scoring big runs consecutively. They impress everyone with their performances and rarely score a duck. Here we will rank the top ten Australian batters with the most consecutive innings played without scoring a duck.

10. Brad Haddin

Brad Haddin is a former right-handed wicket-keeper batsman who represented Australia in all formats of cricket. His first international match was an ODI against Zimbabwe in 2001. From 2001 to 2015, Haddin played 15 years for his national side. His performance was excellent as both a wicket-keeper and batsman. Haddin played 69 innings consistently without scoring a duck.

9. Michael Clarke

Michael Clarke is a former right-handed middle-order batsman who served as a captain for Australia in all three formats. He captained the ODI and tested the side between 2011 and 2015. While the T20I side between 2007 and 2010. Clarke is one of the few batsmen who scored several centuries more than the half-centuries in their test career. With 70 consecutive innings without scoring a duck, he is in the 9th position.

8. Matthew Hayden

Matthew Hayden is a former left-handed opening batsman who scored 40 international centuries. He played his first international match as an ODI against England in 1993. Hayden holds the second-highest score in an innings by an Australian batter in India. He is the eighth on the list with 70 innings consistently played without scoring a duck.

7. Steve Waugh

Steve Waugh is a former right-handed middle-order batsman, captain, and right-arm medium-fast bowler. He played his last international match (test) against India in 2004 and retired from international cricket. With 35 centuries, Waugh scored more than 18,000 international runs. He played 70 innings consistently without scoring a duck which brings him into the seventh position on the list.

6. Ricky Ponting

Ricky Ponting is a former right-handed top-order batsman and also the captain of the Australian cricket team from 2002 to 2011 in all formats. He is the second on the list of most international centuries in a career. Ponting served his nation for 17 years by playing between 1995 and 2012. He is in the sixth position on the list with 73 consecutive innings played without scoring a duck.

5. Allan Border

Allan Border is a former left-handed middle-order batsman who became the first-ever cricketer to play 150 test matches. He is the only cricketer to score hundreds in each innings of a test match and has taken ten wickets in a test throughout his test career. With 73 consecutive innings without scoring a duck, Border makes it into the fifth position on the list.

4. Doug Walters

Doug Walters is a former right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler. In his 16 years of test career, he batted at an average of 48. Doug was also a handy medium-fast bowler and took 53 international wickets. As a batsman, he played consistently for 78 innings without scoring a duck. Thus, he is in the fourth position on the list.

3. Geoff Marsh

Geoff Marsh is a former right-handed batsman and coach who served as a selector for the Australian Cricket Team. He played for seven years internationally and scored more than 7,000 international runs. After retirement, Marsh coached Zimbabwe from 2001 to 2004 and Sri Lanka (2011 – 2012). He is in the third spot on the list with 86 consecutive innings without scoring a duck.

2. Steve Smith

Steve Smith is a right-handed top-order batsman who has been performing consistently well for his country since 2010. Recently, he became the fastest batsman to score 8,000 test runs (in 85 matches). Smith has the award for ICC test cricketer of the decade (the 2010s). With 91 back-to-back innings without scoring a duck, he is in the second position on the list.

1. David Warner

David Warner is a left-handed opening batter and a former vice-captain of the Australian cricket team. He is one of the best batsmen of the modern era. In the recent Ashes series, Warner scored 273 runs in 8 innings at an average of 34. Being at the top position on the list, he has the most number of consecutive innings (98) played without scoring a duck.