Can Australia Repeat History after getting all out on 60 in 4th Test?


Can Australia Repeat History after getting all out on 60 in 4th Test?

Broad tore crushed the Urn-owners Australia in just 18.3 overs as he claimed his 300th Test wicket in the very first over, by sending Chris Rogers to pavilion, very first duck and 7 more wickets followed in his name as the visitors got bundled out for 60 as Broad’s figures read 9.3-5-15-8.

Only Players from Australia who reached double figures were,


This is not the first time that England has dismissed Australia on 60 in Test Cricket.

The last time England dismissed Australia for 60 was at Lords in 1888, but still Australia Ended up winning the match.

Can Australia Repeat the History by winning 4th test Match after getting all out on 60.

Most Likely, not possible, because England have already added enough runs on the scoreboard. They are on 274/4, leading by 214 runs. They would post a target of 300+ for sure. Australia would hardly manage to post 300+ on the board. But if they wish to win the match, they will have to get early wickets on day 2, and then mind-blowing performance in 2nd Innings.

Well coming to that test at Lords in 1888, Australia added 116 runs in 1st innings, England scored 53 Runs in reply, Then in 2nd Innings Australia scored 60/10, exactly same figures as today, in reply England got all out on 62 Runs. Australia won the match by 61 Runs.

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Here is summary of Match played at Lords in 1888:

Australia: 116/10
England: 53/10

Australia: 60/10
England: 62/10

Australia Won by 61 Runs.

Scorecard By Cricinfo:

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