Lowest innings total in a Test Match is 26 Runs

Do you know what is the lowest innings total of a Test Match? It is 26 runs recorded by New Zealand in a match against England in year 1955.

In a match between New Zealand and England in March 1955 at Auckland ground, New Zealand scored 200 runs in their 1st inning and in reply, Bowled out England on 246.

England only managed to take a 46 runs lead, never thought that they would win this match by an inning when New Zealand started their second inning. England bowlers were unplayable in New Zealand’s second inning. New Zealand team bowled out on 26 runs in 27 overs and England won the match by an inning and 20 runs.

Next 4 lowest inning totals are registered against South Africa. Those are 30, 30, 35 and 36 runs.

Lowest innings total is 26 Runs score Lowest innings total in a Test Match is 26 Runs

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