Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023

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Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023

The Border-Gavaskar Trophy resumes as Australia visits India for 4 Tests from Feb 9 to Mar 9. This marks Australia’s first tour of India since India won the 4-match series 2-1 in 2017.

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Since then, India has won twice in Australia, with the most recent series victory being memorable due to Rishabh Pant’s heroics in chasing over 300 runs at The Gabba.

The series is expected to be highly competitive as both teams are in good form and could meet again in the World Test Championship final at The Oval, London in June.

Australia has won 10 of their last 15 Tests, losing just once, while India has won 8 of 14.

Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023

Border-Gavaskar Trophy Schedule 2023

First Test February 9 – February 13, 09:00 AM IST 01:30 PM AEST VCA Stadium, Nagpur
Second Test February 17 – February 21, 09:00 AM IST 01:30 PM AEST Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
Third Test March 1 – March 5, 09:00 AM IST 01:30 PM AEST HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
Fourth Test March 9 – March 13, 09:00 AM 01:30 PM AEST Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad

Border-Gavaskar Trophy Stats

From 1996 to 2021 India and Australia have played 52 Test matches in Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

In 52 Matches India have won 22 matches, lost 19, and drawn 11. On the other hand Australia won 19 matches, lost 22, and drawn 11.

India’s win percentage is 42.3 and Australia’s 36.53, draw percentage is 21.15.

Stats courtesy ESPN

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Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023

Border-Gavaskar Trophy Year-wise Stats

Series 1996 Match 1 October 10-13, 1996 India 7 Wickets
Series 1998 Match 1 Mar 6-10, 1998 India 179 Runs
Series 1998 Match 2 Mar 18-21, 1998 India Innings & 2019 Runs
Series 1998 Match 3 Mar 25-28, 1998 Australia 8 Wickets
Series 1999 Match 1 Dec 10-14, 1999 Australia 285 Runs
Series 1999 Match 2 Dec 26-30, 1999 Australia 180 Runs
Series 1999 Match 3 Jan 2-4, 2000 Australia Innings & 141 Runs
Series 2001 Match 1 Feb 27-Mar 1, 2001 Australia  10 Wickets
Series 2001 Match 2 Mar 11-15, 2001 India 171 Runs
Series 2001 Match 3 Mar 18-22, 2001 India  2 Wickets
Series 2003 Match 1 Dec 4-8, 2003 Drawn
Series 2003 Match 2 Dec 12-16, 2003 India  4 Wickets
Series 2003 Match 3 Dec 26-30, 2003 Australia 9 Wickets
Series 2003 Match 4 Jan 2-6, 2004 Drawn
Series 2004 Match 1 Oct 6-10, 2004 Australia  217 Runs
Series 2004 Match 2 Oct 14-18, 2004 Drawn
Series 2004 Match 3 Oct 26-29, 2004 Australia 342 Runs
Series 2004 Match 4 Nov 3-5, 2004 India 13 Runs
Series 2007 Match 1 Dec 26-29, 2007 Australia 337 Runs
Series 2007 Match 2 Jan 2-6, 2008 Australia  122 Runs
Series 2007 Match 3 Jan 16-19, 2008 India 72 Runs
Series 2007 Match 4 Jan 24-28, 2008 Drawn
Series 2008 Match 1 Oct 9-13, 2008 Drawn
Series 2008 Match 2 Oct 17-21, 2008 India 320 Runs
Series 2008 Match 3 Oct 29-Nov 2, 2008 Drawn
Series 2008 Match 4 Nov 6-10, 2008 India  172 Runs
Series 2010 Match 1 Oct 1-5, 2010 India 1 Wicket
Series 2010 Match 2 Oct 9-13, 2010 India 7 Wickets
Series 2011 Match 1 Dec 26-29, 2011 Australia  122 Runs
Series 2011 Match 2 Jan 3-6, 2012 Australia Innings & 68 Runs
Series 2011 Match 3 Jan 13-15, 2012 Australia Innings & 37 Runs
Series 2011 Match 4 Jan 24-28, 2012 Australia  298 Runs
Series 2013 Match 1 Feb 22-26, 2013 India 8 Wickets
Series 2013 Match 2 Mar 2-5, 2013 India Innings & 135 Runs
Series 2013 Match 3 Mar 14-18, 2013 India 6 Wickets
Series 2013 Match 4 Mar 22-24, 2013 India 6 Wickets
Series 2014 Match 1 Dec 9-13, 2014 Australia 48 Runs
Series 2014 Match 2 Dec 17-20, 2014 Australia 4 Wickets
Series 2014 Match 3 Dec 26-30, 2014 Drawn
Series 2014 Match 4 Jan 6-10, 2015 Drawn
Series 2017 Match 1 Feb 23-25, 2017 Australia 333 Runs
Series 2017 Match 2 Mar 4-7, 2017 India 75 Runs
Series 2017 Match 3 Mar 16-20, 2017 Drawn
Series 2017 Match 4 Mar 25-28, 2017 India 8 Wickets
Series 2018 Match 1 Dec 6-10, 2018 India  31 Runs
Series 2018 Match 2 Dec 14-18, 2018 Australia 146 Runs
Series 2018 Match 3 Dec 26-30, 2018 India  137 Runs
Series 2018 Match 4 Jan 3-7, 2019 Drawn
Series 2020 Match 1 Dec 17-19, 2020 Australia 8 Wickets
Series 2020 Match 2 Dec 26-29, 2020 India 8 Wickets
Series 2020 Match 3 Jan 7-11, 2021 Drawn
Series 2020 Match 4 Jan 15-19, 2021 India 3 Wickets

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Border-Gavaskar Trophy Series-Wise Results

Series/Tournament Season Winner Margin
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia in India) 1996/97 India 1-0 (1)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia in India) 1997/98 India 2-1 (3)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia) 1999/00 Australia 3-0 (3)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia in India) 2000/01 India 2-1 (3)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia) 2003/04 drawn 1-1 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia in India) 2004/05 Australia 2-1 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia) 2007/08 Australia 2-1 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia in India) 2008/09 India 2-0 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia in India) 2010/11 India 2-0 (2)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia) 2011/12 Australia 4-0 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia in India) 2012/13 India 4-0 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia) 2014/15 Australia 2-0 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia in India) 2016/17 India 2-1 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia) 2018/19 India 2-1 (4)
Border-Gavaskar Trophy (India in Australia) 2020/21 India 2-1 (4)

Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023

Most Runs in Border-Gavaskar Trophy

Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
SR Tendulkar (IND) 1996-2013 34 65 7 3262 241* 56.24 5493 59.38 9 16 4 391 25
RT Ponting (AUS) 1996-2012 29 51 4 2555 257 54.36 4428 57.70 8 12 4 278 4
VVS Laxman (IND) 1998-2012 29 54 5 2434 281 49.67 4480 54.33 6 12 3 338 0
R Dravid (IND) 1996-2012 32 60 6 2143 233 39.68 5432 39.45 2 13 3 266 4
MJ Clarke (AUS) 2004-2014 22 40 2 2049 329* 53.92 3622 56.57 7 6 2 227 14
CA Pujara (IND) 2010-2021 20 37 2 1893 204 54.08 4469 42.35 5 10 3 208 3
ML Hayden (AUS) 2001-2008 18 35 3 1888 203 59.00 2864 65.92 6 8 2 214 24
SPD Smith (AUS) 2013-2021 14 28 4 1742 192 72.58 3163 55.07 8 5 1 185 9
V Sehwag (IND) 2003-2013 22 43 1 1738 195 41.38 2311 75.20 3 9 3 230 11
V Kohli (IND) 2011-2020 20 36 1 1682 169 48.05 3204 52.49 7 5 3 190 5
SC Ganguly (IND) 1996-2008 24 44 4 1403 144 35.07 2668 52.58 2 7 2 162 6
M Vijay (IND) 2008-2018 15 28 0 1324 167 47.28 2717 48.73 4 6 2 156 15
DA Warner (AUS) 2011-2021 18 34 0 1148 180 33.76 1651 69.53 4 3 2 141 10
AM Rahane (IND) 2013-2021 17 32 3 1090 147 37.58 2093 52.07 2 5 2 117 9
SM Katich (AUS) 2003-2010 14 26 3 1088 125 47.30 2091 52.03 2 6 0 128 1
MEK Hussey (AUS) 2007-2012 14 24 2 1078 150* 49.00 2239 48.14 3 4 2 106 2
JL Langer (AUS) 1999-2004 14 26 0 1047 223 40.26 1804 58.03 3 4 3 139 8
SR Waugh (AUS) 1996-2004 13 23 2 1005 150 47.85 2283 44.02 2 5 2 127 2
MS Dhoni (IND) 2007-2014 19 33 5 990 224 35.35 1642 60.29 1 5 2 102 16
AC Gilchrist (AUS) 1999-2008 18 31 2 809 122 27.89 1052 76.90 2 3 4 92 10
SR Watson (AUS) 2008-2015 13 25 0 778 126 31.12 1643 47.35 1 5 1 92 5
DR Martyn (AUS) 2003-2004 8 15 1 698 114 49.85 1380 50.57 2 3 1 74 4
G Gambhir (IND) 2004-2012 9 18 0 673 206 37.38 1418 47.46 2 2 2 78 2
RR Pant (IND) 2018-2021 7 12 2 624 159* 62.40 865 72.13 1 2 0 61 9
ME Waugh (AUS) 1996-2001 10 18 3 615 153* 41.00 1290 47.67 1 4 3 61 7
SE Marsh (AUS) 2011-2019 15 27 0 605 99 22.40 1515 39.93 0 5 4 68 4
KL Rahul (IND) 2014-2019 9 16 1 580 110 38.66 1115 52.01 1 6 1 72 4
TD Paine (AUS) 2010-2021 10 18 2 561 92 35.06 1217 46.09 0 4 0 71 0
MA Starc (AUS) 2012-2021 15 23 5 528 99 29.33 853 61.89 0 3 0 53 8
A Kumble (IND) 1996-2008 20 30 6 512 87 21.33 1289 39.72 0 1 2 59 1
MJ Slater (AUS) 1996-2001 10 19 1 495 91 27.50 926 53.45 0 2 3 65 7
MS Wade (AUS) 2013-2021 11 22 2 482 62 24.10 1130 42.65 0 2 2 55 2
EJM Cowan (AUS) 2011-2013 8 14 0 471 86 33.64 1138 41.38 0 3 0 59 1
M Labuschagne (AUS) 2019-2021 5 9 0 464 108 51.55 945 49.10 1 2 0 53 0
R Ashwin (IND) 2011-2021 18 29 3 457 62 17.57 927 49.29 0 2 2 53 2
CJL Rogers (AUS) 2008-2015 5 10 0 436 95 43.60 716 60.89 0 6 0 60 0
BJ Haddin (AUS) 2008-2015 13 22 6 429 55 26.81 903 47.50 0 1 2 41 8
A Symonds (AUS) 2007-2008 4 7 1 410 162* 68.33 567 72.31 1 2 0 47 6
Harbhajan Singh (IND) 1998-2013 18 29 6 410 63 17.82 790 51.89 0 4 6 47 2
RG Sharma (IND) 2014-2021 7 14 1 408 63* 31.38 856 47.66 0 3 1 38 10
RA Jadeja (IND) 2013-2021 12 16 3 387 81 29.76 643 60.18 0 4 0 39 8
MG Johnson (AUS) 2007-2014 14 22 6 376 88 23.50 617 60.94 0 2 2 48 8
S Dhawan (IND) 2013-2014 4 7 0 354 187 50.57 446 79.37 1 1 1 50 2
M Azharuddin (IND) 1996-1998 4 7 2 349 163* 69.80 618 56.47 1 1 0 42 4
NR Mongia (IND) 1996-2001 6 11 3 348 152 43.50 795 43.77 1 1 1 42 2
NS Sidhu (IND) 1998-1998 3 5 0 341 97 68.20 609 55.99 0 4 0 47 7
PA Patel (IND) 2003-2004 7 11 1 316 62 31.60 651 48.54 0 2 1 48 0
PSP Handscomb (AUS) 2017-2019 7 13 1 303 72* 25.25 766 39.55 0 1 0 37 0
MS Harris (AUS) 2018-2021 5 10 1 301 79 33.44 602 50.00 0 2 0 37 0
TM Head (AUS) 2018-2020 6 10 0 299 72 29.90 712 41.99 0 2 0 25 0
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Most Wickets

Player Span Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 5 10
A Kumble (IND) 1996-2008 20 38 1086.0 181 3366 111 8/141 13/181 30.32 3.09 58.7 10 2
Harbhajan Singh (IND) 1998-2013 18 35 967.4 172 2846 95 8/84 15/217 29.95 2.94 61.1 7 3
NM Lyon (AUS) 2011-2021 22 41 1039.5 154 3267 94 8/50 12/286 34.75 3.14 66.3 7 1
R Ashwin (IND) 2011-2021 18 34 1027.2 213 2802 89 7/103 12/198 31.48 2.72 69.2 5 1
RA Jadeja (IND) 2013-2021 12 22 533.0 141 1188 63 6/63 9/178 18.85 2.22 50.7 3 0
Z Khan (IND) 2001-2012 19 34 642.5 113 2171 61 5/91 8/137 35.59 3.37 63.2 3 0
I Sharma (IND) 2008-2018 25 46 788.1 139 2490 59 4/41 7/117 42.20 3.15 80.1 0 0
B Lee (AUS) 1999-2008 12 24 504.4 93 1695 53 5/47 7/78 31.98 3.35 57.1 2 0
GD McGrath (AUS) 1996-2004 11 22 426.2 157 951 51 5/48 10/103 18.64 2.23 50.1 2 1
JR Hazlewood (AUS) 2014-2021 15 28 541.1 160 1374 51 6/67 7/142 26.94 2.53 63.6 4 0
MG Johnson (AUS) 2007-2014 14 28 554.1 102 1833 50 5/64 6/159 36.66 3.30 66.5 1 0
UT Yadav (IND) 2011-2020 14 26 442.1 62 1769 48 5/93 7/176 36.85 4.00 55.2 1 0
PJ Cummins (AUS) 2017-2021 10 18 384.1 100 1052 43 6/27 9/99 24.46 2.73 53.6 1 0
JN Gillespie (AUS) 2001-2004 10 20 398.3 105 1094 43 5/56 9/80 25.44 2.74 55.6 1 0
MA Starc (AUS) 2012-2021 15 28 476.4 97 1570 42 4/53 5/103 37.38 3.29 68.0 0 0
SK Warne (AUS) 1998-2004 12 22 586.1 130 1801 42 6/125 6/113 42.88 3.07 83.7 1 0
PM Siddle (AUS) 2008-2014 10 18 305.2 67 1019 38 5/49 6/85 26.81 3.33 48.2 2 0
BW Hilfenhaus (AUS) 2010-2012 6 12 250.0 55 726 33 5/75 8/97 22.00 2.90 45.4 2 0
JJ Bumrah (IND) 2018-2021 7 14 274.5 77 680 32 6/33 9/86 21.25 2.47 51.5 1 0
Mohammed Shami (IND) 2014-2020 8 15 280.1 47 997 31 6/56 6/136 32.16 3.55 54.2 2 0
AB Agarkar (IND) 1999-2004 9 17 319.5 57 1172 30 6/41 8/160 39.06 3.66 63.9 1 0
JL Pattinson (AUS) 2011-2013 5 9 154.0 34 507 20 5/96 6/108 25.35 3.29 46.2 1 0
J Srinath (IND) 1998-2001 6 11 203.3 34 717 20 4/130 6/124 35.85 3.52 61.0 0 0
SNJ O’Keefe (AUS) 2017-2017 4 7 179.1 36 442 19 6/35 12/70 23.26 2.46 56.5 2 1
MS Kasprowicz (AUS) 1998-2004 9 16 289.3 68 830 19 5/28 6/104 43.68 2.86 91.4 1 0
SR Watson (AUS) 2008-2015 13 20 225.2 45 645 17 4/42 5/84 37.94 2.86 79.5 0 0
RJ Harris (AUS) 2012-2015 5 10 204.0 58 513 16 4/70 6/100 32.06 2.51 76.5 0 0
SR Clark (AUS) 2007-2008 6 12 219.0 61 556 16 4/28 6/106 34.75 2.53 82.1 0 0
PP Ojha (IND) 2010-2013 4 8 221.5 48 587 16 3/57 6/177 36.68 2.64 83.1 0 0
A Mishra (IND) 2008-2008 3 6 122.0 29 337 14 5/71 7/106 24.07 2.76 52.2 1 0
MJ Clarke (AUS) 2004-2014 22 20 164.4 25 501 14 6/9 6/9 35.78 3.04 70.5 1 0
IK Pathan (IND) 2003-2008 6 11 194.0 27 663 14 3/54 5/117 47.35 3.41 83.1 0 0
SCG MacGill (AUS) 2003-2004 4 8 194.4 29 711 14 4/86 5/138 50.78 3.65 83.4 0 0
DW Fleming (AUS) 1999-2001 4 8 126.2 29 378 13 5/30 8/100 29.07 2.99 58.3 1 0
Mohammed Siraj (IND) 2020-2021 3 6 134.2 32 384 13 5/73 6/150 29.53 2.85 62.0 1 0
M Kartik (IND) 2004-2004 3 6 118.3 16 418 13 4/44 7/76 32.15 3.52 54.6 0 0
RP Singh (IND) 2007-2008 4 7 117.5 15 507 13 4/68 6/163 39.00 4.30 54.3 0 0
JJ Krejza (AUS) 2008-2008 1 2 74.5 4 358 12 8/215 12/358 29.83 4.78 37.4 1 1
GR Robertson (AUS) 1998-1998 3 5 111.4 13 413 12 4/72 5/86 34.41 3.69 55.8 0 0
NM Hauritz (AUS) 2004-2010 3 6 117.0 13 493 11 3/16 5/103 44.81 4.21 63.8 0 0
BKV Prasad (IND) 1996-2001 5 9 165.0 42 510 11 3/18 4/52 46.36 3.09 90.0 0 0
V Sehwag (IND) 2003-2013 22 25 201.4 22 603 10 5/104 5/118 60.30 2.99 121.0 1 0
Kuldeep Yadav (IND) 2017-2019 2 3 59.5 9 190 9 5/99 5/99 21.11 3.17 39.8 1 0
A Symonds (AUS) 2007-2008 4 8 91.0 19 247 9 3/51 3/70 27.44 2.71 60.6 0 0
B Kumar (IND) 2013-2017 6 11 125.3 17 475 9 3/31 3/60 52.77 3.78 83.6 0 0
GB Hogg (AUS) 1996-2008 4 7 142.0 18 550 9 2/51 4/133 61.11 3.87 94.6 0 0
ME Waugh (AUS) 1996-2001 10 11 91.0 8 334 8 3/40 3/40 41.75 3.67 68.2 0 0
SLV Raju (IND) 1998-2001 4 8 167.0 37 418 8 3/31 6/85 52.25 2.50 125.2 0 0
SR Tendulkar (IND) 1996-2013 34 24 127.2 8 473 8 3/31 3/38 59.12 3.71 95.5 0 0
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Border-Gavaskar Trophy Highest Scores

Player Runs Mins Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Match Date
MJ Clarke 329* 609 468 39 1 Australia v India Sydney 3 Jan 2012
VVS Laxman 281 631 452 44 0 India v Australia Eden Gardens 11 Mar 2001
RT Ponting 257 590 458 25 0 Australia v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2003
RT Ponting 242 508 352 31 0 Australia v India Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
SR Tendulkar 241* 613 436 33 0 India v Australia Sydney 2 Jan 2004
R Dravid 233 594 446 23 1 India v Australia Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
MS Dhoni 224 365 265 24 6 India v Australia Chennai 22 Feb 2013
JL Langer 223 523 355 30 0 Australia v India Sydney 2 Jan 2000
RT Ponting 221 516 404 21 0 Australia v India Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
SR Tendulkar 214 547 363 22 2 India v Australia Bengaluru 9 Oct 2010
MJ Clarke 210 380 275 26 1 Australia v India Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
G Gambhir 206 550 380 26 1 India v Australia Delhi 29 Oct 2008
CA Pujara 204 450 341 30 1 India v Australia Hyderabad 2 Mar 2013
ML Hayden 203 474 320 15 6 Australia v India Chennai 18 Mar 2001
CA Pujara 202 672 525 21 0 India v Australia Ranchi 16 Mar 2017
VVS Laxman 200* 465 301 21 0 India v Australia Delhi 29 Oct 2008
V Sehwag 195 312 233 25 5 India v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2003
CA Pujara 193 373 22 0 India v Australia Sydney 3 Jan 2019
SPD Smith 192 433 305 15 2 Australia v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2014
S Dhawan 187 250 174 33 2 India v Australia Mohali 14 Mar 2013
R Dravid 180 446 353 20 0 India v Australia Eden Gardens 11 Mar 2001
DA Warner 180 261 159 20 5 Australia v India Perth 13 Jan 2012
SPD Smith 178* 512 361 17 0 Australia v India Ranchi 16 Mar 2017
VVS Laxman 178 403 298 30 0 India v Australia Sydney 2 Jan 2004
SR Tendulkar 177 298 207 29 3 India v Australia Bengaluru 25 Mar 1998
V Kohli 169 380 272 18 0 India v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2014
VVS Laxman 167 255 198 27 0 India v Australia Sydney 2 Jan 2000
M Vijay 167 473 361 23 2 India v Australia Hyderabad 2 Mar 2013
M Azharuddin 163* 311 246 18 3 India v Australia Eden Gardens 18 Mar 1998
A Symonds 162* 344 226 18 2 Australia v India Sydney 2 Jan 2008
SPD Smith 162* 298 231 21 0 Australia v India Adelaide 9 Dec 2014
RR Pant 159* 189 15 1 India v Australia Sydney 3 Jan 2019
SR Tendulkar 155* 286 191 14 4 India v Australia Chennai 6 Mar 1998
V Sehwag 155 356 221 21 0 India v Australia Chennai 14 Oct 2004
SR Tendulkar 154* 429 243 14 1 India v Australia Sydney 2 Jan 2008
ME Waugh 153* 375 267 13 4 Australia v India Bengaluru 25 Mar 1998
SR Tendulkar 153 342 205 13 3 India v Australia Adelaide 24 Jan 2008
M Vijay 153 412 317 19 3 India v Australia Mohali 14 Mar 2013
NR Mongia 152 497 366 18 1 India v Australia Delhi 10 Oct 1996
MJ Clarke 151 341 248 18 4 Australia v India Bengaluru 6 Oct 2004
V Sehwag 151 354 236 11 2 India v Australia Adelaide 24 Jan 2008
MEK Hussey 150* 306 253 16 1 Australia v India Sydney 3 Jan 2012
SR Waugh 150 402 323 17 0 Australia v India Adelaide 10 Dec 1999
VVS Laxman 148 356 282 18 0 India v Australia Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
AM Rahane 147 240 171 21 0 India v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2014
V Kohli 147 315 230 20 0 India v Australia Sydney 6 Jan 2015
MEK Hussey 146 402 276 15 1 Australia v India Bengaluru 9 Oct 2008
MEK Hussey 145* 340 259 16 0 Australia v India Sydney 2 Jan 2008
DA Warner 145 253 163 19 0 Australia v India Adelaide 9 Dec 2014

Best Bowling Figures in an Innings

Player Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Econ Team Opposition Ground Match Date
NM Lyon 22.2 4 50 8 2.23 Australia v India Bengaluru 4 Mar 2017
Harbhajan Singh 41.5 20 84 8 2.00 India v Australia Chennai 18 Mar 2001
A Kumble 46.5 7 141 8 3.01 India v Australia Sydney 2 Jan 2004
JJ Krejza 43.5 1 215 8 4.90 Australia v India Nagpur 6 Nov 2008
A Kumble 17.3 4 48 7 2.74 India v Australia Chennai 14 Oct 2004
NM Lyon 23.2 4 94 7 4.02 Australia v India Delhi 22 Mar 2013
R Ashwin 42.0 12 103 7 2.45 India v Australia Chennai 22 Feb 2013
Harbhajan Singh 37.5 7 123 7 3.25 India v Australia Eden Gardens 11 Mar 2001
Harbhajan Singh 38.2 6 133 7 3.46 India v Australia Chennai 18 Mar 2001
NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4.44 Australia v India Adelaide 9 Dec 2014
MJ Clarke 6.2 0 9 6 1.42 Australia v India Wankhede 3 Nov 2004
PJ Cummins 11.0 3 27 6 2.45 Australia v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
JJ Bumrah 15.5 4 33 6 2.08 India v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
SNJ O’Keefe 13.1 2 35 6 2.65 Australia v India Pune 23 Feb 2017
SNJ O’Keefe 15.0 4 35 6 2.33 Australia v India Pune 23 Feb 2017
AB Agarkar 16.2 2 41 6 2.51 India v Australia Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
R Ashwin 12.4 4 41 6 3.23 India v Australia Bengaluru 4 Mar 2017
Mohammed Shami 24.0 8 56 6 2.33 India v Australia Perth 14 Dec 2018
RA Jadeja 21.4 1 63 6 2.90 India v Australia Bengaluru 4 Mar 2017
JR Hazlewood 24.0 5 67 6 2.79 Australia v India Bengaluru 4 Mar 2017
Harbhajan Singh 30.3 8 73 6 2.39 India v Australia Eden Gardens 11 Mar 2001
Harbhajan Singh 30.1 5 78 6 2.58 India v Australia Bengaluru 6 Oct 2004
A Kumble 41.3 8 98 6 2.36 India v Australia Bengaluru 25 Mar 1998
NM Lyon 42.0 7 122 6 2.90 Australia v India Adelaide 6 Dec 2018
SK Warne 42.3 5 125 6 2.94 Australia v India Chennai 14 Oct 2004
A Kumble 47.0 8 133 6 2.82 India v Australia Chennai 14 Oct 2004
A Kumble 51.0 8 176 6 3.45 India v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2003
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Most Catches

Player Span Mat Inns Ct Max Ct/Inn
R Dravid (IND) 1996-2012 32 60 46 3 0.766
VVS Laxman (IND) 1998-2012 29 54 36 3 0.666
RT Ponting (AUS) 1996-2012 29 57 36 3 0.631
MJ Clarke (AUS) 2004-2014 22 43 29 3 0.674
ML Hayden (AUS) 2001-2008 18 36 23 4 0.638
SPD Smith (AUS) 2013-2021 14 27 22 3 0.814
V Sehwag (IND) 2003-2013 22 41 22 3 0.536
MEK Hussey (AUS) 2007-2012 14 28 20 3 0.714
V Kohli (IND) 2011-2020 20 38 20 2 0.526
ME Waugh (AUS) 1996-2001 10 19 19 4 1.000
AM Rahane (IND) 2013-2021 17 34 19 2 0.558
SR Tendulkar (IND) 1996-2013 34 64 18 3 0.281
M Vijay (IND) 2008-2018 15 30 14 2 0.466
DA Warner (AUS) 2011-2021 18 34 14 2 0.411
CA Pujara (IND) 2010-2021 20 40 13 2 0.325
PSP Handscomb (AUS) 2017-2019 7 12 12 3 1.000
EJM Cowan (AUS) 2011-2013 8 15 12 3 0.800
SC Ganguly (IND) 1996-2008 24 46 12 2 0.260
A Chopra (IND) 2003-2004 6 12 10 3 0.833
SR Waugh (AUS) 1996-2004 13 25 10 2 0.400
JL Langer (AUS) 1999-2004 14 28 10 2 0.357
NM Lyon (AUS) 2011-2021 22 42 10 2 0.238
SK Warne (AUS) 1998-2004 12 23 9 3 0.391
SR Watson (AUS) 2008-2015 13 25 9 3 0.360
SE Marsh (AUS) 2011-2019 15 28 9 1 0.321
MA Starc (AUS) 2012-2021 15 29 9 1 0.310
R Ashwin (IND) 2011-2021 18 35 9 2 0.257
A Kumble (IND) 1996-2008 20 38 9 1 0.236
M Azharuddin (IND) 1996-1998 4 8 8 2 1.000
Yuvraj Singh (IND) 2004-2008 4 8 8 2 1.000
RG Sharma (IND) 2014-2021 7 14 8 3 0.571
AJ Finch (AUS) 2018-2018 3 6 7 4 1.166
MA Agarwal (IND) 2018-2021 5 10 7 2 0.700
J Srinath (IND) 1998-2001 6 11 7 2 0.636
SM Katich (AUS) 2003-2010 14 28 7 2 0.250
I Sharma (IND) 2008-2018 25 47 7 1 0.148
M Kaif (IND) 2004-2004 3 6 6 4 1.000
UT Khawaja (AUS) 2018-2019 4 7 6 2 0.857
MS Harris (AUS) 2018-2021 5 9 6 2 0.666
RA Jadeja (IND) 2013-2021 12 24 6 1 0.250
SS Das (IND) 2001-2001 3 6 5 2 0.833
S Dhawan (IND) 2013-2014 4 8 5 2 0.625
C Green (AUS) 2020-2021 4 8 5 2 0.625
MS Wade (AUS) 2013-2021 11 8 5 1 0.625
DR Martyn (AUS) 2003-2004 8 16 5 2 0.312
Harbhajan Singh (IND) 1998-2013 18 35 5 1 0.142

Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023Border-Gavaskar Trophy History, Stats, Schedule 2023

The Amazing History Of Border-Gavaskar Trophy

The Border-Gavaskar Trophy is a Test cricket series between India and Australia organized by the International Cricket Council’s future tours. 

As of January 2021, India holds the trophy after defeating Australia 2-1 in the 2020-21 series, with one match drawn. In the event of a drawn series, the team holding the trophy retains it. 

The trophy is named after former captains Allan Border of Australia and Sunil Gavaskar of India. Since the competition’s inception in 1996, Sachin Tendulkar of India holds the record for the most runs scored (3262) in 65 innings, while Indian bowler Anil Kumble is the most successful with 111 wickets in 20 matches at an average of 30.32.

Before the Border–Gavaskar Trophy, India and Australia had played each other 50 times in Tests in a 49-year period from 1947 to 1996. 

Australia was the first country India toured soon after their Independence. 

However, during the period, the tours between both the countries were not fixed like The Ashes, with both countries often touring each other after more than 10–15 years.

The Border-Gavaskar Trophy represents intense cricketing contests between India and Australia. The significance of the series is heightened by Australia’s quest to beat India in a Test match series on Indian soil, which they had not accomplished since 1969-70 until their victory in the 2004-05 series. India has earned a reputation for being tough to beat at home, having lost only two Test series since 1986-87. 

On the other hand, India had never won a Test series in Australia until the 2018-19 series, which was followed by their winning streak in the 2020-21 series, thereby retaining the trophy for two consecutive editions away from home. 

The series between the two nations is highly competitive, as evidenced by India’s ending of Australia’s 16 consecutive Test wins in both 2000-01 and 2007-08. 

Matches in India are often referred to as the “final frontier” or an “iconic event.” The Test series in India in 2000-01, dubbed the “final frontier” by Steve Waugh, lived up to its name and resulted in India overpowering Australia in the final session of the last Test in Chennai, marking one of the closest results in decades. 

The series also saw the emergence of three star cricketers in Hayden, Harbhajan, and Laxman, who rose to prominence during the series and their rivalries with Australian bowlers and Hayden, respectively, are considered among the most thrilling player matchups in a Test series of cricket. 

The series was played amidst the mourning of the legendary Sir Donald Bradman, who was eagerly anticipating the series and held high expectations for both teams. 

The competitiveness of the series under the trophy is reflected in the approximate equal number of Test wins for each side.

Frequently Asked Questions?

Who currently holds the Border-Gavaskar Trophy?

In 2021, India visited Australia and won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy and created History.

Why is the Border-Gavaskar Trophy so important?

The Border-Gavaskar Trophy represents intense cricketing contests between India and Australia. The significance of the series is heightened by Australia’s quest to beat India in a Test match series on Indian soil, which they had not accomplished since 1969-70 until their victory in the 2004-05 series. India has earned a reputation for being tough to beat at home, having lost only two Test series since 1986-87. 

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