Lowest Total Defended by India in Test Cricket is 107 against Australia
Lowest Total Defended by India in Test Cricket is 107 against Australia

Lowest Total Defended by India in Test Cricket is 107 against Australia. In a match in Nov 2004, the visiting Australian side needed 107 to win the 4-match series 3-0. However, Indian trio of spinners led by Harbhajan Singh, Anil Kumble and Murali Karthik took 9 wickets in between them to halt the Aussies for just 93.

Lowest Total Defended by India in Test Cricket is 107 against Australia-score
Lowest Total Defended by India in Test Cricket is 107 against Australia-score

Their batsmen kept falling regularly to lose this memorable Test match by 13 runs.

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