This is a list of Test cricketers who were born in a country that does not currently play Test cricket.
Updated 29 May 2017. Players in bold are still active.
|Name||Place of birth||Country of birth||Country played for||Test career||Test caps|
|Shakeel Ahmed||Kuwait City||Kuwait||Pakistan||1998||1|
|Tanvir Ahmed||Kuwait City||Kuwait||Pakistan||2010–2013||5|
|Tom Campbell||Edinburgh||Scotland||South Africa||1910–1912||5|
|Frederick Cook||Java||Dutch East Indies||South Africa||1896||1|
|Phil Edmonds||Lusaka||Northern Rhodesia||England||1975–1987||51|
|Ashok Gandotra||Rio de Janeiro||Brazil||India||1969||2|
|Gavin Hamilton||Broxburn, West Lothian||Scotland||England||1999||1|
|George Headley||Colón||Panama||West Indies||1930–1954||22|
|Charles Hime||St. George's, Bermuda||Bermuda||South Africa||1896||1|
|David Ironside||Lourenço Marques||Mozambique||South Africa||1953–1954||3|
|Geraint Jones||Kundiawa||Papua New Guinea||England||2004–2006||34|
|Fish Markham||Mbabane||Swaziland||South Africa||1949||1|
|Shan Masood||Kuwait City||Kuwait||Pakistan||2013–||10|
|Jehan Mubarak||Washington, DC||United States||Sri Lanka||2002–2015||13|
|Buster Nupen||Ålesund||Norway||South Africa||1921–1936||17|
|Dipak Patel||Nairobi||Kenya Colony||New Zealand||1987–1997||37|
|Neal Radford||Luanshya||Northern Rhodesia||England||1986–1988||3|
|Dermot Reeve||Kowloon||Hong Kong||England||1992||3|
|Gordon Rowe||Glasgow||Scotland||New Zealand||1946||1|
|Lall Singh||Kuala Lumpur||Federated Malay States||India||1932||1|
|Paul Terry||Osnabrück||West Germany||England||1984||2|
|John Traicos||Zagazig||Egypt||South Africa, Zimbabwe||1970–1993||7|
|Ken Weekes||Boston||United States||West Indies||1939||2|
|Dick Westcott||Lisbon||Portugal||South Africa||1954–1958||5|
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