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1966: At Karachi, April 9, 10, 11, 13, 14
1966: At Lahore, April 2, 3, 4, 6, 7
1966: At Rawalpindi, March 27, 28, 30
1966: India won by seven wickets, thanks to the off-spin bowling of Venkataraghavan who exploited a parched pitch and took twelve wickets for 152 runs
1966: At Bombay, March 12, 13, 14, 15
1966: Everything else in this match was overshadowed by the remarkable Test debut of Taylor for New Zealand
1966: This was a disappointing struggle because both sides generally adopted a negative policy
India 1-0 New Zealand, Pakistan 0-0 New Zealand
1966: Between January 22 and July 13, less than six months, New Zealand took part in thirteen Test Matches
Third Test Match
1966: This match was a triumph for Surrey in the persons of John Edrich and Barrington.
1966: The match followed the same pattern as the first Test, New Zealand collapsing, recovering, but still being beaten rather easily.
First Test Match
1966: Not for the first time in these early weeks of their tour New Zealand gave a feeble batting display, but effected a praiseworthy recovery at the second attempt.
England 3 New Zealand 0
1966: After an interval of seven years the New Zealanders returned to England, but they had to share the touring programme with the South Africans who came for the second half of the season
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Out of 70 batsmen who've scored 15 or more Test hundreds only five are from Pakistan, but Younis Khan's appetite for hundreds matches that of some of the top contemporary batsmen
The offspinner was Australia's highest wicket-taker in 2013, but his form has dipped sharply this year
The rate at which Amla has accumulated ODI hundreds and MoM awards is among the fastest in history. And his runs-per-innings figure is easily the best of the lot