AUS v IND, 1st Test: 10 Lowest Score in Test Cricket of All Times

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India vs Australia 1st Test Day 3 action from Adelaide: The third day of the Day / Night Test between India and Australia has started. Till the time of writing, Team India has scored 19 runs losing 6 wickets in 15 overs. Vihari 0 * and Wriddhiman Saha are frozen at the crease scoring 0 *. India’s total lead has been 72 runs.

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Team India extended their innings 9/1 on the third day. The 15-run tally for India was far worse. On this score, Team India lost their four wickets. First of all Jasprit Bumrah (2) was caught by Pat Cummins. After this, Cummins got Cheteshwar Pujara caught by wicketkeeper Pan. After Pujara’s dismissal, Mayank Agarwal (9) was dismissed by Josh Hazlewood. Then vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane was not allowed by Josh Hazlewood to open the account and was caught out by wicketkeeper Pan.

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Captain Virat Kohli (4) then added to India’s scoreboard with a four, but could not stay long at the crease and returned to the pavilion with a catch from Cameroon Green off Pat Cummins.

On the second day of the match, India scored 244 runs in the first innings. For India, captain Virat Kohli played an excellent innings of 74 runs. In response to India’s score, Australia’s first innings was reduced to 191 runs. For India, off-spinner R Ashwin took the most four wickets. On the basis of the first innings, India got a significant lead of 53 runs.

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Lowest scores in Test cricket

Team Score Opposition VenueYear
New Zealand26EnglandAuckland1955
South Africa30EnglandPort Elizabeth1896
South Africa30EnglandBirmingham1924
South Africa35EnglandCape Town1899
South Africa36AustraliaMelbourne1932
Australia 36EnglandBirmingham1902
New Zealand42AustraliaWellington1946
Australia 42EnglandSydney1888
India42EnglandLord’s 1974
South Africa43EnglandCape Town1889
Bangladesh43WindiesNorth Sound2018

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