Sun, 18 Oct - day 1 -Zimbabwe 1st innings 188/3 (Andy Pycroft 6*, Mark Burmester 2*, null ov)
Mon, 19 Oct - day 2 -Zimbabwe 1st innings 406/5 (Dave Houghton 110*, Andy Flower 55*, null ov)
Tue, 20 Oct - day 3 -India 1st innings 93/4 (Sanjay Manjrekar 27*, Venkatapathy Raju 0*, null ov)
Wed, 21 Oct - day 4 -India 1st innings 278/7 (Sanjay Manjrekar 100*, Kiran More 23*, null ov)
Thu, 22 Oct - day 5 -Zimbabwe 2nd innings 146/4 (66 ov) - end of match
Scorers : Wendy Gilmour, Sahal Laher
First ever Test for Zimbabwe.
Except AJ Traicos, the remaining 10 Zimbabwe players debuted.
Traicos, at the age of 45, created a world record of longest interval between two appearences in test history. His last appearence was for South Africa at Port Elizabeth on 10 Mar 1970 (interval = 22 years & 222 days). He broke G Gunn's (Eng) record of 17 years and 316 days.
Traicos is the 14th player to have played for two different countries.
Umpire HD Bird equalled Frank Chester's record of umpiring 48 tests.
Zim 1st innings
Maiden test century (on debut) by Houghton. 1st for Zimbabwe. Houghton 121 in 414 min, 322 balls, 15x4
Houghton's catch was More's 100th dismissal.
Ind 1st innings
Manjrekar 5th slowest century, and slowest by an Indian 100* came in 500 min, 422 balls, 7x4 104 in 529 min, 422 balls, 7x4