- Quinton de Kock (South Africa)
The South African wicket-keeper batsman averages a decent 51.26 in Test matches. Having made his debut against Australia at Port Elizabeth in February, 2014, the 24-year old south-paw has featured in 19 games (30 innings – unbeaten 4 times) and has a tally of 1,333 runs with an unbeaten 129* as his personal best score. Three centuries and nine half-centuries are also credited to him.
Playing against New Zealand in the drawn Third Test at Hamilton in March 2017, de Kock notched up 90 runs in the first innings and had three useful partnerships in the process – 42 runs for the 6th wicket alongwith Faf du Plessis (53), 29 runs for the 7th wicket alongwith Vermon Philander (11) and 30 runs for the 8th wicket with Keshav Maharaj (9).