Test cricket is played for 5 days. Players have full time in Test cricket. Big scores are seen in test cricket. Players try to score runs in this format of cricket without taking any risk and big innings are played. There have been many times in the history of Test cricket when cricket was batted fast and a lot of runs were also scored. By the way, in Test cricket, most teams are able to score 500 in 2 days. But there were many occasions when more than 500 runs were scored in a single day.

England v India, 1936

On July 25, 1936, India and England met at the Manchester ground. 558 runs were scored in that match during the second day's play. Never before had so many runs been scored in 1 day in Test cricket.

England v South Africa, 1924

England and South Africa faced each other on 28 June 1924. This match was played at the historic Lord's ground. A total of 522 runs were scored on the second day of this match.

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 2002

On 21 July 2002, a Test match was played between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Colombo. On the second day of this test match, both the teams together scored a total of 509 runs.

England v South Africa, 1935

On 19 August 1935, a Test match was played between England and South Africa at The Oval in London. On the third day of this test match, both the teams had scored a total of 508 runs and 8 wickets had also fallen.