FR Spofforth (2) Australia v England The Oval 1882
Australia v England Sydney 1884-85
J Briggs England v South Africa Cape Town 1888-89
WP Howell Australia v South Africa Cape Town 1902-03
JM Gregory Australia v England Nottingham 1921
MJC Allom England v New Zealand Christchurch 1929-30
EP Nupen South Africa v England Johannesburg 1930-31
WJO' Reilley Australia v England Manchester 1934
B Mitchell South Africa v England Johannesburg 1935-36
W Voce England v Australia Sydney 1936-37
RR Linwall Australia v England Adelaide 1946-47
K Cranston England v South Africa Leeds 1947
R Appleyard England v New Zealand Auckland 1954-55
R Benaud Australia v West Indies Georgetown 1954-55
Fazal Mahmood Pakistan v Australia Karachi 1956-57
JW Martin Australia v West Indies Melbourne 1960-61
LR Gibbs West Indies v Australia Sydney 1960-61
KD Mackay Australia v England Birmingham 1961
WW Hall West Indies v India Port-of-Spain 1961-62
D Shackleton England v West Indies Lord's 1963
GD McKenzie Australia v West Indies Port-of-Spain 1964-65
FJ Titmus England v New Zealand Leeds 1965
P Lever England v Pakistan Leeds 1971
DK Lillee (2) Australia v England Manchester 1972
Australia v England The Oval 1972
CM Old England v Pakistan Birmingham 1978
ST Clarke West Indies v Pakistan Karachi 1980-81
RJ Hadlee New Zealand v Australia Melbourne 1980-81
RJ Shastri India v New Zealand Wellington 1980-81
IT Botham England v Australia Leeds 1985
CG Rackemann Australia v Pakistan Adelaide 1989-90
DE Malcolm England v West Indies Port-of-Spain 1989-90
Wasim Akram Pakistan v West Indies Lahore 1990-91
AR Border Australia v West Indies Georgetown 1990-91
Wasim Akram Pakistan v England Lord's 1992
PA Strang Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 1996-97
SM Pollock South Africa v Pakistan Faisalabad 1997-98
Mustafizur Rahman Bangladesh v South Africa Chittagong 2015

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Number of single-digit scores by the Australia batsmen against South Africa in Hobart was 16 - their joint-most in any Test. The last time before this they had 16 such scores in a Test was in 1912 at the Oval.

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