First Test match
1888: The great match, and also the most conspicuous triumph of the tour, the Englishmen winning by 13 runs, after being dismissed in their first innings for a total of 45
Second Test match
1888: The Australian team was very far indeed from a representative one, the only Victorian player on the side being Midwinter
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1888: The team taken out to Australia in the autumn of 1886 was one of the strongest that ever left England for the Colonies.
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Who is the better bowler in challenging conditions?