Roston Chase has scored three centuries in his first three Tests

Picked to make his debut against India, Chase left his mark on the series in just his second game, when he made 137 not out in the Windies’ second innings to stave off what looked likely to be an innings-defeat.
That knock proved to be no fluke — Chase is a man who steps up when his back is against the wall. Against Pakistan this year, he scored 131 of the Windies’ 312 first-innings runs in the second Test to power Jason Holder’s side to a rare win. A match later he almost single-handedly rescued the side from defeat, making an unbeaten 101 off 239 balls only to run out of partners on the final ball of the series.

10 Tests, 728 runs at 48.53.
Three centuries. Top score of 137 not out.

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