Peter Handscomb and Shaun Marsh helped Australia escape with a remarkable draw against India on the final day of the third Test in Ranchi on Monday. Rajneesh Gupta presents some interesting numbers from Day 5: IMAGE: Ravindra Jadeja of India reacts. Photograph: BCCI 373 The number of balls consumed by Shaun Marsh – Peter Handscomb in fifth wicket partnership. There has been only one longer partnership from a visiting side in India in their second innings to save a ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
India sensationally surrendered to Australia's inexperienced left arm spinner Steven O’Keefe to be bowled out for 105 and concede a big first innings lead on day two of the first Test in Pune on Friday. Scorecard PHOTOS: Australia in command after India's batting flops on Day 2 India captain and batting mainstay Virat Kohli was despatched for a duck on a wicket favouring both pace and spin. Mitchell Starc stunned the hosts in the morning by removing Kohli for a second-ball duck through ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
An Aussie spinner troubling Indian batsmen is as rare as Virat Kohli walking back to the pavilion without troubling the scorers. But fortunately for Australia both happened on the same day as the visitors seized huge advantage on the second day of the first ...DNA, 2 months ago
Rajneesh Gupta gives us all the numbers. The last time India played a one-off Test, it was against Bangladesh in Fatullah. That game was marred by rain and ended in a draw. On Thursday, February 9, India face Bangladesh in another one-off Test at Hyderabad. It is rare for India to play a one Test 'series'. The last time India played a one-off Test in India was 20 years ago! In India's 84-year-old Test cricket history there were only 3 such instances in the first 50 years. Since 1990, India have ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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