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Arthur Morris With The Australian Cricket Team In England In 1948 - Fourth Test
... prompted Bradman to replace Morris after he conceded 20 runs in five overs as England reached 2/423 ... England took a 38-run lead after Australia replied with 458 ... Morris chipped Bedser in the air to Ken Cranston at mid-wicket to leave Australia at 1/13 ...
1948 Ashes Series - Match Details - Fourth Test, 22–27 July
... 22–27 July England 496 v Australia 458 Australia won by 7 wickets 365/8 (dec) 404/3 Australia made two changes for the Test ... Washbrook reached his century with the score on 189 ... With two new batsmen at the crease, Australia quickly made further inroads ...
Fourth Test, 1948 Ashes Series - 27 July: Day Five
... thing during the previous Ashes series in Australia before setting England a target ... The hosts needed to beat Australia to avoid a series defeat ... The declaration left Australia with a victory target of 404 runs ...
Australian Cricket Team In India In 2000–01 - Test Series - First Test
... 27 February–3 March 2001 India 176 (71.3 overs) v Australia 349 (73.2 overs) Australia won by 10 wickets 219 (94.1 overs) 47/0 (7 overs) Australia won the toss and elected to field ... In reply, Australia reached 1/49 at stumps, losing Michael Slater ... Australia made steady progress on the opening day to reach 1/71, when Harbhajan dismissed Justin Langer ...

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