The final match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy between Australia and India is to be played at the Brisbane Cricket Ground.
This ground is like an invincible fort for Australia, but India’s performance here has been very disappointing.
Currently, both teams will want to win in the decisive match of this series, which is equal to 1-1.
Let us know how the Indian team has performed in the six Tests played so far.
Lost the first test in a bad way
In 1947, India played the Test in Brisbane for the first time, in whose first innings Australia scored 382/8.
The Indian team was reduced to just 58 in the first innings and had to play follow-on.
While playing follow-on, the Indian team was reduced to a score of 98 and Australia won the innings and 226 runs.
Close defeat in second test
In 1968, India played the second Test in Brisbane. Australia scored 379 runs in its first innings.
The Indian team was able to score 279 runs in the first innings with Mansoor Ali Pataudi (74) and M Jayasimha (74) scoring the most runs.
In the final innings, India needed 395 runs to win.
Despite the innings of Jayasimha (101), Rusi Surti (64) and Chandu Borde (63), India were defeated by 39 runs.
Very close defeat in third test also
In 1977, India played the third Test in Brisbane. In the first innings, he had bowled Australia for 166 runs, but he himself was also slumped to 153 in the first innings.
Australia gave India a target of 341 runs in the last innings thanks to Bob Simpson (89).
Despite the innings of Sunil Gavaskar (113) and Syed Kirmani (55), India could manage only 324 runs and lost by 16 runs.
Lost by 10 wickets in fourth test
In 1991, India played the fourth Test in Brisbane. Batting first, the Indian team had scored 239 runs with Manoj Prabhakar (54 *) scoring the most runs.
Australia scored 340 runs in the first innings thanks to Mark Taylor (94).
Indian batting faltered in the second innings and was reduced to just 156.
Australia had achieved the target of 56 without losing any wickets.
The fifth test ended on the draw
The first test of the 2003 tour was played in Brisbane. Batting first, Australia scored 323 thanks to Justin Langer (121).
India scored 409 runs in the first innings thanks to Sourav Ganguly (144). Australia had declared the second innings on 284/3 thanks to Matthew Hayden (99).
India had scored 73 runs at the loss of two wickets after the target of 199 and the match was a draw.
India also lost in the sixth test
In 2014, India played the sixth Test in Brisbane. Batting first, India scored 408 runs against Murali Vijay (144) and Ajinkya Rahane (81).
In response, Australia scored 505 in the first innings thanks to Steve Smith (133) and Mitchell Johnson (88).
Despite Shikhar Dhawan (81), India were able to score only 224 runs in the second innings.
Australia achieved the target of 128 with four wickets remaining.