Largest Margin of Victory (by an innings) is Innings and 579 Runs
Largest Margin of Victory (by an innings) is Innings and 579 Runs

England recorded the Largest margin of victory (by and inning) in test cricket history, when they defeated Australia by an Innings and 579 runs in Aug’1938. This is the highest margin of victory till date in test cricket.

England declared their inning on 903 for 7 wickets and bowled Australia out on 201 in their 1st innings. Playing the follow on, Australia was all out only on 123 in their second innings in than match.

Largest Margin of Victory (by an innings)
Largest Margin of Victory (by an innings)

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