Australia tour of India, 1969/70 / Scorecard

Australia in India Test Series - 3rd Test

India v Australia

India won by 7 wickets

Australia 1st innings R M 4s 6s
KR Stackpole st †Engineer b Bedi 61 133 7 0
WM Lawry* b Guha 6 0
IM Chappell b Bedi 138 275 21 0
KD Walters c Solkar b Prasanna 4 0
IR Redpath c Bedi b Prasanna 6 0
AP Sheahan b Bedi 4 0
HB Taber st †Engineer b Bedi 46 0
AA Mallett b Venkataraghavan 2 0 0
GD McKenzie lbw b Prasanna 20 0
JW Gleeson c Solkar b Prasanna 1 0 0
AN Connolly not out 4 0
Extras (b 2, lb 1, nb 1) 4
Total (all out; 119.4 overs) 296 (2.47 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-33 (Lawry), 2-100 (Stackpole), 3-105 (Walters), 4-117 (Redpath), 5-133 (Sheahan), 6-251 (Chappell), 7-260 (Mallett), 8-283 (Taber), 9-291 (McKenzie), 10-296 (Gleeson)
Bowling O M R W Econ
S Guha 14 0 47 1 3.35
ED Solkar 11 1 43 0 3.90
BS Bedi 42 15 71 4 1.69
EAS Prasanna 38.4 9 111 4 2.87
S Venkataraghavan 14 4 20 1 1.42
India 1st innings R M 4s 6s
FM Engineer b Connolly 38 0
AV Mankad c Walters b Mallett 97 253 10 0
AL Wadekar c & b Stackpole 22 0
GR Viswanath b Gleeson 29 0
S Venkataraghavan c Walters b Mallett 0 0 0
Nawab of Pataudi jnr* c Chappell b Mallett 8 0
AK Roy c †Taber b Mallett 0 0 0
ED Solkar not out 13 0
S Guha b Mallett 0 0 0
EAS Prasanna lbw b Gleeson 1 0 0
BS Bedi b Mallett 6 0
Extras (b 3, lb 1, nb 5) 9
Total (all out; 108.3 overs) 223 (2.05 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-85 (Engineer), 2-124 (Wadekar), 3-176 (Viswanath), 4-177 (Venkataraghavan), 5-197 (Mankad), 6-202 (Roy), 7-207 (Pataudi), 8-207 (Guha), 9-208 (Prasanna), 10-223 (Bedi)
Bowling O M R W Econ
GD McKenzie 12 4 22 0 1.83
AN Connolly 20 4 43 1 2.15
JW Gleeson 34 14 62 2 1.82
AA Mallett 32.3 10 64 6 1.96
KR Stackpole 10 4 23 1 2.30
Australia 2nd innings R M 4s 6s
KR Stackpole b Prasanna 9 0
WM Lawry* not out 49 195 6 0
IM Chappell c Solkar b Bedi 0 0 0
KD Walters b Bedi 0 0 0
IR Redpath b Bedi 4 0
AP Sheahan c Venkataraghavan b Prasanna 15 0
HB Taber c & b Prasanna 7 0
GD McKenzie lbw b Bedi 7 0 1
AA Mallett c Venkataraghavan b Prasanna 0 0 0
JW Gleeson c Viswanath b Bedi 1 0 0
AN Connolly c & b Prasanna 11 1
Extras (b 4) 4
Total (all out; 58.2 overs) 107 (1.83 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-15 (Stackpole), 2-16 (Chappell), 3-16 (Walters), 4-24 (Redpath), 5-61 (Sheahan), 6-81 (Taber), 7-88 (McKenzie), 8-89 (Mallett), 9-92 (Gleeson), 10-107 (Connolly)
Bowling O M R W Econ
S Guha 2 0 7 0 3.50
ED Solkar 1 1 0 0 0.00
BS Bedi 23 11 37 5 1.60
EAS Prasanna 24.2 10 42 5 1.72
S Venkataraghavan 8 2 17 0 2.12
India 2nd innings (target: 181 runs) R M 4s 6s
FM Engineer c McKenzie b Mallett 6 0
AV Mankad b Mallett 7 0
BS Bedi b Connolly 20 0
AL Wadekar not out 91 228 15 0
GR Viswanath not out 44 0
Extras (b 9, lb 2, nb 2) 13
Total (3 wickets; 80.4 overs) 181 (2.24 runs per over)
Did not bat S Venkataraghavan, Nawab of Pataudi jnr*, AK Roy, ED Solkar, S Guha, EAS Prasanna
Fall of wickets 1-13 (Engineer), 2-18 (Mankad), 3-61 (Bedi)
Bowling O M R W Econ
GD McKenzie 13.4 5 19 0 1.39
AN Connolly 16 5 35 1 2.18
JW Gleeson 12 5 24 0 2.00
AA Mallett 29 10 60 2 2.06
KR Stackpole 8 4 13 0 1.62
IM Chappell 2 0 17 0 8.50
Match details
Toss Australia, who chose to bat
Series 5-match series level 1-1
Umpires I Gopalakrishnan and S Roy
Close of play
Fri, 28 Nov - day 1 - Australia 1st innings 261/7 (HB Taber 36*, GD McKenzie 0*)
Sat, 29 Nov - day 2 - India 1st innings 183/4 (AV Mankad 89*, Nawab of Pataudi jnr 0*)
Sun, 30 Nov - day 3 - India 2nd innings 13/1 (AV Mankad 2*, BS Bedi 0*)
Mon, 1 Dec - rest day
Tue, 2 Dec - day 4 - India 2nd innings 181/3 (80.4 ov) - end of match
 
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Nov 29, 1969

Eknath Solkar takes an excellent low catch to dismiss John Gleeson, India v Australia, 3rd Test, Delhi, November 29, 1969

Eknath Solkar takes an excellent low catch to dismiss John Gleeson

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