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First Test Match

Australia v Bangladesh


Steven Lynch

Take a leaf out of our book, says Waugh

Jul 20, 2003: Australia, as expected, won their first Test against Bangladesh by an innings

Wisden CricInfo staff

Cotton-wool clouds and the 3 Test series

Jul 20, 2003: The denizens of Darwin were surprised yesterday: the sky, which had been resolutely blue throughout the town's inaugural Test, acquired some clouds

Roving Reporter by Steven Lynch

Australia complete an innings victory

Jul 20, 2003: Man of the Match Steve Waugh applauds the crowd Australia just upped the pressure and Bangladesh folded 7.1 overs after lunch on the third day of their first Test in Darwin today, the home side completing a comprehensive win by an innings

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

'Nice to overcome those tough times': Waugh

Jul 19, 2003: The second day of the first Test between Australia and Bangladesh was significant for the centuries by Steve Waugh and Darren Lehmann, and Bangladesh's spirited display in the field and with the bat

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Hundreds for Waugh and Lehmann as Australia take charge

Jul 19, 2003: Any kernel of hope is an achievement for Bangladesh in their first Test against Australia, and while they are still odds on to lose this game heavily tomorrow, it won't be their worst defeat and it won't be added to the list of two-day losses like so

Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

Bangladesh no match for Australian fire

Jul 18, 2003: The Australian crawl used to be the style that powered their swimmers to the top of the world rankings, but it was never a term meant to describe their batting against the minnows of world cricket

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

Australia waste no time in applying pressure

Jul 18, 2003: Day One: Australia won toss and bowled first

Lynn McConnell
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