|1||Sri Lanka||952/6 d||271.0||2||India||Colombo (RPS)||2 Aug 1997||Drawn|
|2||England||907/3 d||335.2||1||Australia||The Oval||20 Aug 1938||Won by innings and 579 runs|
|3||England||849||258.2||1||West Indies||Kingston||3 Apr 1930||Drawn|
|4||West Indies||790/3 d||208.1||2||Pakistan||Kingston||26 Feb 1958||Won by innings and 174 runs|
|5||Pakistan||765/6 d||248.5||2||Sri Lanka||Karachi||21 Feb 2009||Drawn|
|6||Sri Lanka ||760/7 d||202.4||2||India||Ahmedabad||16 Nov 2009||Drawn|
|7||India||759/7 d||190.4||2||England||Chennai||16 Dec 2016||Won by innings and 75 runs|
|8||Australia||758/8 d||245.4||2||West Indies||Kingston||11 June 1955||Won by innings and 82 runs|
|9||Sri Lanka||756/5 d||185.1||2||South Africa||Colombo (SSC)||27 Jul 2006||Won by innings and 153 runs|
|10||West Indies||751/5 d||202.0||1||England||St John’s||10 Apr 2004||Drawn|
*Last updated on 24 Feb 2020
In the top 50 Test team scores, Australia appear 12 times, India appear nine times and the Windies appear eight times.
On the other hand, the opposing team has been 16 times England, nine times India and five times West Indies and Sri Lanka each.
Off the 50 top test scores, 20 matches have ended in a win by an innings for the top scoring team. Among other matches, 25 have ended in a draw while the rest have been won by a huge margin.
Another interesting fact to be noted is that only four high scores have come in the third innings of the match i.e. second innings of the team in the match. Rest all 46 scores have come in the team’s first innings.