Based on all matches up to and including. Test #1921: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Galle, Pakistan in Sri Lanka 1st Test, 4 Jul 2009. 1877 Mar 15 Australia v England 1 1st Test Melbourne 1877 Mar 31 Australia v England 2 2nd Test Melbourne 1879 Jan 2 Australia v England 3 Only Test Melbourne 1880 Sep 6 England v Australia 4 Only Test The Oval 1881 ...
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West Indies. Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium. West Indies won by 9 wickets. 5. 02/03/2021. 2020-2021 Afghanistan v. Zimbabwe. Sheikh Zayed Stadium. Zimbabwe won by 10 wickets.
England. Melbourne Cricket Ground. Match Drawn. 423. 07/01/1966. 1965-1966 Australia v. England. Sydney Cricket Ground. England won by an innings and 93 runs.
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Australia vs England, Headingley 1981, is number two on our list of “Top 5 best Test matches of all-time.”. 3. Australia vs West Indies, Barbados 1999. 30 Mar 1999: West Indies captain Brian Lara celebrates after hitting the winning runs in the Third Test against Australia at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados.
One hundred and twenty-one grounds have hosted Test cricket since the first officially recognised Test match between Australia and England in Melbourne in March 1877. The grounds are listed in the order in which they were first used as a venue for Test cricket. The list excludes World Series Cricket and South African rebel tours venues.
Test cricket is almost always played as a series of matches between two countries, with all matches in the series taking place in the same country (the host). Often there is a perpetual trophy that is awarded to the winner, the most famous of which is the Ashes contested between England and Australia.