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Team 1 Team 2 Num Wkts Winner Ground Match Date Scorecard
Australia Pakistan 7 33 Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1972 Test # 705
Australia England 6 35 Australia Adelaide 17 Jan 1902 Test # 67
Australia South Africa 6 39 Australia Melbourne 17 Feb 1911 Test # 114
Australia England 6 40 Australia Sydney 17 Dec 1920 Test # 135
England South Africa 6 31 England Leeds 12 Jul 1924 Test # 155
West Indies India 6 23 drawn Georgetown 19 Mar 1971 Test # 684
England New Zealand 6 36 England The Oval 14 Jul 1983 Test # 957
England Pakistan 6 37 drawn Birmingham 23 Jul 1987 Test # 1078
Zimbabwe New Zealand 6 36 drawn Bulawayo 25 Sep 1997 Test # 1379
Australia West Indies 5 39 Australia Melbourne 31 Dec 1951 Test # 345
Pakistan India 5 31 drawn Peshawar 13 Feb 1955 Test # 398
India West Indies 5 37 West Indies Kanpur 12 Dec 1958 Test # 461
Australia West Indies 5 40 tied Brisbane 9 Dec 1960 Test # 498
Australia West Indies 5 39 drawn Adelaide 24 Jan 1969 Test # 645
Pakistan West Indies 5 28 drawn Karachi 1 Mar 1975 Test # 759
Australia Pakistan 5 33 Australia Perth 24 Mar 1979 Test # 850
Australia West Indies 5 28 drawn Adelaide 3 Feb 1989 Test # 1114
Zimbabwe Sri Lanka 5 34 Sri Lanka Harare 26 Nov 1999 Test # 1473
Zimbabwe Bangladesh 5 31 Zimbabwe Harare 26 Apr 2001 Test # 1545
Pakistan Sri Lanka 5 40 Sri Lanka Faisalabad 20 Oct 2004 Test # 1716
New Zealand Bangladesh 5 32 New Zealand Hamilton 15 Feb 2010 Test # 1953

Records include the following recent matches:
West Indies v New Zealand at Bridgetown, 3rd Test, Jun 26-30, 2014 [Test # 2127]
England v Sri Lanka at Leeds, 2nd Test, Jun 20-24, 2014 [Test # 2126]
West Indies v New Zealand at Port of Spain, 2nd Test, Jun 16-20, 2014 [Test # 2125]

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Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Saurav Ganguly have scored hundreds in the same Test innings on only one occasion. In August 2002 at Headingly, Tendulkar top scored with 193, while Dravid and Ganguly scored 148 and 128 respectively in the first innings of the Test leading India to a famous win against England by an innings and 46 runs.

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