Among various kind of distresses, rutting and fatigue are two major ones which affect the functional and structural performance of the flexible pavement significantly. Despite the popularity of different modified binders, conventional binders are largely used in the construction of low to moderate traffic volume roads. This paper aims at studying the performance of conventional asphalt binders with respect to their rutting and fatigue behaviour by using the Multiple Stress Creep and Recovery (MSCR) and Linear Amplitude Sweep (LAS) test respectively. In the study three conventional binders i.e. VG-10, VG-20 and VG-30 are tested over a range of temperature and loading conditions. Based on the experimental results, comparisons are made, and conclusions are given.