The No. 1 batsmen in the longest format, selected three batsmen he would pick who would be part of his best Test XI. In the middle-order batters in international cricket, Australian pacer Pat Cummins selects his teammate Steve Smith, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson and Indian captain Virat Kohli as part of his best Test XI. Currently Pat is in the number one spot in ICC Test bowling rankings. Having scalped 164 wickets in the red-ball format alone in 34 matches only. He enjoys an average of 21.6 with his best score being 6/23. His numbers in the ODIs are impressive as well with 111 wickets in 69 matches with an average being 28.8.
Having played many times against top quality and seasoned batsmen the 28-year-old picked Williamson who is the No.1 Test batsmen Smith follows him in the second place and Kohli who is at No.5 current but still have 22,000 runs and owns the international cricket while Williamson has 15,093 runs and, Smith has accumulated 12,712 runs across the format.