Largest Margin of Victory losing fewest wickets is inning and 78 runs

England recorded the Largest margin of victory losing fewest wickets in test cricket history, when they defeated India by innings and 78 runs in Jul’1974. This is the Largest margin of victory losing fewest wickets till date in test cricket. They have just lost 2 wickets in the entire match for that inning victory.

India bowled out only on 165 runs in their first innings. In reply to that, England scored 459 for 2 wickets before they declared their first innings. Then bowled India out again only on 216 runs in their second innings.

Largest Margin of Victory losing fewest wickets is inning and 78 runs

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