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Second Test Match

Australia v West Indies 1968-69

2001: Toss: Australia

First Test Match

Australia v West Indies 1968-69

2001: Toss: West Indies.

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West Indies in New Zealand, 1968-69

1970: New Zealand gained considerable satisfaction from sharing the honours of their three-match series with the West Indies

R.T. Brittenden

Third Test Match

New Zealand v West Indies 1968-69

1970: Only one change was made in the teams, Burgess coming back into the New Zealand eleven for Morgan

First Test

New Zealand v West Indies 1968-69

1970: At Auckland, February 27, 28, March 1, 3

Second Test Match

NEW ZEALAND v. WEST INDIES

1970: Morgan replaced Burgess,injured, in the New Zealand team and Hall, also unfit, was replaced by Griffith

Fifth Test Match

AUSTRALIA v. WEST INDIES

1970: As the series had not been decided, the final Test was played over six days and it contained all the lessons of the last three matches

Fourth Test Match

AUSTRALIA v. WEST INDIES

1970: For two and a half days this Test followed the identical course of the previous two before erupting to the most dramatically exciting finish

Third Test Match

AUSTRALIA v. WEST INDIES

1970: At Sydney January 3, 4, 5, 7, 8

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West Indies in Australia, 1968-69

1970: The West Indies tour of Australia saw a major shift in the balance of power in world cricket

Henry Blofeld
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