Australia Record Oval: Poor Record continues to Haunt Australia ahead of IND vs AUS WTC 2023 Final
Australia Record Oval: Aussies played their first ever Test match at The Oval in 1880. However, Australia have managed just 7 wins from 38 Tests at the venue.
Australia Record Oval: Australia will take on India in the final clash of the WTC Final 2023. The match is slated to be played at the Kennington Oval from June 7 onwards. Ahead of the clash, take a look at Australia’s record in Oval. To note, Australia has not enjoyed much success at the venue. However, they will look to change that against a strong looking Indian line-up.
The Aussies played their first ever Test match at The Oval in 1880. However, mighty Australia have managed just 7 wins from 38 Tests at the venue. The Kangaroos have also won just twice in the past 50 years at The Oval. Speaking of their overall record, they have lost 17 Tests and drawn 14 times against England at the Kenning Oval so far. Recently, Australia suffered a 135-run loss to England in Ashes 2019. However, the Aussies enjoyed a sweet victory over the Three Lions by an innings and 46 runs in 2015.
Australia Test Record At The Oval:
Won Batting 1st: 3
Won Batting 2nd: 4
Highest Total: 701 All Out (1st Innings) vs England in 1934
Lowest Total: 44 All Out (4th Innings) vs England in 1896
Most Runs: Sir Donald Bradman – 553 runs in 4 innings
Highest Score: Bill Ponsford – 266 off 422 balls vs England in 1934
Most Fifties: Allan Border – 4 fifties
Most Hundreds: Sir Donald Bradman, Billy Murdoch, Warren Bardsley, Ian Chappell, Justin Langer, Steve Smith – 2 hundreds each
Most Double Hundreds: Sir Donald Bradman – 2
Most Wickets: Shane Warne – 32 wickets in 8 innings