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Sixth Test Match

India v Pakistan 1979-80

1981: Pakistan's first innings declaration, with a deficit of 59 runs, followed by an exciting and volatile spell of fast bowling from Imran Khan, sustained interest in the match until the last hour

Fifth Test Match

India v Pakistan 1979-80

1981: Two men shaped this decisive Indian victory - Gavaskar, with an innings of 166, the longest played in a Test match by an Indian (593 minutes), and Kapil Dev, with an outstanding all-round performance

Fourth Test Match

India v Pakistan 1979-80

1981: At Kanpur, December 25, 26, 27, 29, 30

Third Test Match

India v Pakistan 1979-80

1981: At Bombay, December 16, 17, 18, 20

Second Test Match

India v Pakistan 1979-80

1981: At New Delhi, December 4, 5, 6, 8, 9

First Test Match

India v Pakistan 1979-80

1981: At Bangalore, November 21, 22, 24, 25, 26

India 2 Pakistan 0

The Pakistanis in India, 1979-80

1981: Much the same Pakistan side that had totally outplayed India at home a year earlier, and won the series 2-0, went down by the same margin in a tense, controversial rubber of six Tests

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Tour Results
India v Pakistan at Kolkata - Jan 29-Feb 3, 1980
Match drawn
South Zone v Pakistanis at Hyderabad (Deccan) - Jan 24-26, 1980
Match drawn
India v Pakistan at Chennai - Jan 15-20, 1980
India won by 10 wickets
East Zone v Pakistanis at Guwahati - Jan 10-11, 1980
Pakistanis won by an innings and 219 runs
India v Pakistan at Kanpur - Dec 25-30, 1979
Match drawn
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