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Chappell throws it away

Mar 1, 2009: Small target, end of the day, what does the batting captain do? He gets bowled

R Mohan

Australia 2 India 0

The Indians in Australia and New Zealand, 1980-81

1982: To win the third Test, at Melbourne, after being 182 runs behind on the first innings, was a notable achievement by Sunil Gavaskar's Indian side

Dicky Rutnagur

Third Test Match

NEW ZEALAND v INDIA 1980-81

1982: At Auckland, March 13, 14, 15, 17, 18

First Test Match

AUSTRALIA v INDIA 1980-81

1982: At Sydney, January 2, 3, 4

Second Test Match

NEW ZEALAND v INDIA 1980-81

1982: At Christchurch, March 6, 7, 8, 10, 11

First Test Match

NEW ZEALAND v INDIA 1980-81

1982: A patient, unbeaten 137 in five hours forty-nine minutes by Howarth in the first innings proved to be the decisive factor in a match in which bowlers had the larger say

Third Test Match

AUSTRALIA v INDIA 1980-81

1982: This was a sensational match, not only for Australia's astonishing collapse in the second innings against an Indian attack that was badly handicapped by injuries

Second Test Match

AUSTRALIA v INDIA 1980-81

1982: Toss: India.

Tests: New Zealand 1 India 0 ODIs: New Zealand 2 India 0

The Indians in Australia and New Zealand, 1980-81

1982: To win the third Test, at Melbourne, after being 182 runs behind on the first innings, was a notable achievement by Sunil Gavaskar's Indian side

Dicky Rutnagur

Second One-day International

†NEW ZEALAND v INDIA 1980-81

1982: At Hamilton, February 15

First One-day International

†NEW ZEALAND v INDIA 1980-81

1982: At Auckland, February 14

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Tour Results
Australia v India at Melbourne - Feb 7-11, 1981
India won by 59 runs
Australia v India at Adelaide - Jan 23-27, 1981
Match drawn
India v New Zealand at Brisbane - Jan 18, 1981
New Zealand won by 22 runs
Australia v India at Sydney - Jan 15, 1981
Australia won by 27 runs
Australia v India at Melbourne - Jan 11, 1981
Australia won by 7 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
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