Largest Margin of Victory (by runs) is 675 Runs
Largest Margin of Victory (by runs) is 675 Runs

England recorded the Largest margin of victory (by runs) in test cricket history, when they defeated Australia by 675 runs in Nov’1928. This is the highest margin of victory by runs till date in test cricket.

England scored 521 in their first innings and after bowling out Australia on 122, they declared their inning on 342 for 8 wickets and then bowled Australia out only on 66 runs in their second innings. Only two batsmen were able to score in double figures in Australian second innings.

Largest Margin of Victory (by runs)
Largest Margin of Victory (by runs)

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