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July 21, 2000
India (120-0) beat East Africa (120) Leeds 11-06-1975 New Zealand (113-0) beat India (112-9) Melbourne 10-01-1981 West Indies (172-0) beat Zimbabwe (171) Birmingham 20-06-1983 India (97-0) beat Sri Lanka (96) Sharjah 08-04-1984 West Indies (117-0) beat New Zealand (116) Port of Spain 17-04-1985 Pakistan (66-0) beat New Zealand (64) Sharjah 15-04-1986 West Indies (192-0) beat New Zealand(191-9) Christchurch 29-03-1987 West Indies (221-0) beat Pakistan (220-2) Melbourne 23-02-1992 + West Indies (154-0) beat South Africa (152) Port of Spain 11-04-1992 India (116-0) beat West Indies (121) Port of Spain 27-04-1997 # West Indies (200-0) beat India (199-7) Barbados 03-05-1997 India (197-0) beat Zimbabwe (196-9) Sharjah 13-11-1998 South Africa (168-0) beat India (164) Sharjah 22-03-2000 England (171-0) beat West Indies(169-8) Chester-le-Street 15-07-2000
+ One batsman was retired hurt during the West Indian innings.
Josh Hazlewood has been on Australian cricket's radar since he was a teenager. The player that made a Test debut at the Gabba was a much-improved version of the tearaway from 2010
Stats highlights from the first day of the second Test between Australia and India in Brisbane
After a long time we have seen an Indian team and captain enjoy the challenge of trying to overcome stronger opposition in an overseas Test
It's just to say that while India don't stand a chance on normal bouncy pitches, the seaming tracks give their bowlers a chance to take 20 wickets