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|England||903/7d||4||1||won||v Australia||The Oval||20 Aug 1938||Test # 266|
|West Indies||631||4||1||drawn||v India||Delhi||10 Nov 1948||Test # 304|
|Pakistan||657/8d||4||3||drawn||v West Indies||Bridgetown||17 Jan 1958||Test # 446|
|India||644/7d||4||1||drawn||v West Indies||Kanpur||2 Feb 1979||Test # 845|
|Pakistan||699/5||4||2||drawn||v India||Lahore||1 Dec 1989||Test # 1130|
|Australia||605/9d||4||1||won||v West Indies||Bridgetown||1 May 2003||Test # 1643|
|Pakistan||765/6d||4||2||drawn||v Sri Lanka||Karachi||21 Feb 2009||Test # 1909|
|England||620/5d||4||2||won||v Australia||Adelaide||3 Dec 2010||Test # 1983|
Records include the following recent matches:
New Zealand v West Indies at Wellington, 2nd Test, Dec 11-13, 2013 [Test # 2106]
Australia v England at Adelaide, 2nd Test, Dec 5-9, 2013 [Test # 2105]
New Zealand v West Indies at Dunedin, 1st Test, Dec 3-7, 2013 [Test # 2104]
Did you know?
There has been only one instance of two hundreds being hit by batsmen batting at No. 8 or lower, in the same innings in Tests. This happened in an Ashes-Test, in 1903, when Roger Hartigan, Australia's No. 8, and Clem Hill, the No. 9 batsman, both hit centuries in Australia's second innings. Their 243-partneship in this innings is the sixth-highest partnership in Tests for the eighth wicket.
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