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List of Test centuries scored by Steve Smith

Last updated on Mar 22, 2021, 09:46 am

Steve Smith, former captain of the Australian cricket team, was named ICC Men's Test Player of the Decade in December 2020.

With an average of 61.8 over 77 matches and 139 innings, Smith has established himself as an icon in Test cricket. He has three double centuries, 27 centuries, and 31 half-centuries in his bag to show for.

Let's have a look at his centuries.

S. No.

Date

Score

Against

Venue

Result

1.

7 January 2021

131

India

Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

Drawn

2.

4 September 2019

211

England

Old Trafford, Manchester

Won

3.

1 August 2019

144

England

Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham

Won

4.

1 August 2019

142

England

Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham

Won

5.

26 December 2017

102*

England

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

Drawn

6.

14 December 2017

239

England

WACA Ground, Perth

Won

7.

23 November 2017

141*

England

The Gabba, Brisbane

Won

8.

25 March 2017

111

India

HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala

Lost

9.

16 March 2017

178*

India

JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi

Drawn

10.

23 February 2017

109

India

Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune

Won

11.

26 December 2016

165*

Pakistan

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

Won

12.

15 December 2016

130

Pakistan

The Gabba, Brisbane

Won

13.

15 August 2016

119

Sri Lanka

Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo

Lost

14.

20 February 2016

138

New Zealand

Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Won

15.

26 December 2015

134*

West Indies

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

Won

16.

13 November 2015

138

New Zealand

WACA Ground, Perth

Drawn

17.

20 August 2015

143

England

The Oval, London

Won

18.

16 July 2015

215

England

Lord's Cricket Ground, London

Won

19.

11 June 2015

199

West Indies

Sabina Park, Kingston

Won

20.

6 January 2015

117

India

Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

Drawn

21.

26 December 2014

192

India

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

Drawn

22.

17 December 2014

133

India

The Gabba, Brisbane

Won

23.

9 December 2014

162*

India

Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

Won

24.

12 February 2014

100

South Africa

SuperSport Park, Centurion

Won

25.

3 January 2014

115

England

Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

Won

26.

13 December 2013

111

England

WACA Ground, Perth

Won

27.

21 August 2013

138*

England

The Oval, London

Drawn