The game of cricket needs a better system of statistics to reflect the skills and performances of the players in a true and unbiased manner. A batsman should be judged by how many runs he makes for his team in every innings. A bowler should be assessed by how frequently he takes wickets, not just by how many runs he concedes. Once the old system is removed we see a true reflection of the great players and the mere good players, and those who make up the numbers. This book presents revised and truer statistics of every player appearing in Test Cricket from 1877, plus the top ranked, the bottom ranked, the oddly ranked, and the rank. There is the Top Test Batsmen and Bowlers, the Top ODI and T20I Batsmen and Bowlers, the Worst Test Batsmen, the Worst Test Bowlers, the best Test All-Rounders, a World XI, a World 2nd XI, a World Worst XI, Country-by-Country stats and XIs, Decade-by Decade stats and XIs, Month-by-Month XIs, RI and RWI stats for each Test player.