What is the lowest score in Test cricket?

What is the lowest score in Test cricket?

Lowest score in Test cricket

Team Opponent Score
New Zealand England 26
South Africa England 30
South Africa England 30
South Africa England 35

Has India won a Test in Australia?

India has been touring Australia since 1947, but all that changed after winning the first and third Tests in Adelaide and Melbourne, respectively. On January 7, 2019, India made history by winning their maiden Test series in Australia.

How many Test matches India won in Australia?

India and Australia have faced each other in 102 matches in Test. Out of these 102 games , India have won 30 whereas Australia have come out victorious on 43 occasions . 28 matches ended with draw.

Who win today India vs Australia 2021?

India vs Australia HIGHLIGHTS, T20 World Cup 2021 Warm-up Match: India Beat Australia by 8 Wickets.

Who is the fastest 100 in Test cricket?

B B McCullum

Player Totals
1 B B McCullum 145
2 I V A Richards 110*
3 Misbah-ul-Haq 101*

Who faced maximum balls in Test cricket?

Furthermore, as far as the record for most balls faced in Test cricket is concerned, former Indian cricket team captain Rahul Dravid, who has taken the most catches in the longest format (210), tops the list after having faced a whopping 31,258 balls in his Test career that spanned between 1996 and 2012.

What is the highest Test score by an Australian in India?

Jones’s 210 was the highest score by an Australian in a Test in India. It took 503 minutes, 330 balls and included 27 fours and 2 sixes. He had to be treated in hospital after the completion of the innings for exhaustion.

When is the 3rd Test of the India tour of Australia?

3rd Test, Sydney, Jan 7 – 11 2021, India tour of Australia

Why was the India vs Australia match abandoned after tea?

PLAY ABANDONED FOR THE DAY; WET GROUND CONDITIONS FORCE EARLY STUMPS The entire post-Tea session went down the drain after a spell of heavy rain left the ground not fit enough to resume play, forcing the umpires to abandon play. The stoppage left India at 62/2 and trailing Australia by 307 runs in the first innings.

What is the next inspection time for the ICC Cricket World Cup?

Next inspection is scheduled for 16:45 local time (12:15PM IST) UPDATE: Covers are off, inspection at 11:45 am IST The covers are off. The umpires will inspect the pitch in 25 minutes #AUSvIND