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English cricket team in India, Pakistan and Ceylon in 1951–52

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English cricket team in India, Pakistan and Ceylon in 1951–52

England in India 1951-52
India
England
Dates 5 October 1951 – 2 March 1952
Captains Vijay Hazare Nigel Howard
Donald Carr(5th Test)
Test series
Result 5-match series drawn 1–1
Most runs Pankaj Roy (387) Allan Watkins (450)
Most wickets Vinoo Mankad (34) Roy Tattersall (21)

A Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) toured India from 5 October 1951 to 2 March 1952. During this tour England team also played first class matches in Pakistan and Ceylon. In the Test matches, the side was known as "England"; in other matches, it was known as "MCC".

Test series was drawn 1-1, with three matches being drawn.

Contents

  • Test matches 1
    • 1st Test 1.1
    • 2nd Test 1.2
    • 3rd Test 1.3
    • 4th Test 1.4
    • 5th Test 1.5
  • External links 2

Test matches

1st Test

2–7 November 1951
scorecard
v
 India
203 (102.3 overs)
Jack Robertson 50
Sadu Shinde 6/91 (35.3 overs)
418/6 d. (175 overs)
Vijay Hazare 164*
Roy Tattersall 2/95 (53 overs)
368/6 (221 overs)
Allan Watkins 137
Vinoo Mankad 4/58 (76 overs)
  • England won the toss and decided to bat

2nd Test

14–19 December 1951
scorecard
India 
v
485/9 d. (139 overs)
Vijay Hazare 155
Brian Statham 4/96 (29 overs)
456 (207.1 overs)
Tom Graveney 175
Vinoo Mankad 4/91 (57 overs)
208 (83.1 overs)
CD Gopinath 42
Allan Watkins 3/20 (13 overs)
55/2 (36 overs)
Tom Graveney 25
CD Gopinath 1/11 (8 overs)
Match drawn
Brabourne Stadium, Bombay
Umpires: MM Naidu, JR Patel
  • India won the toss and decided to bat

3rd Test

30 Dec-4 Jan 1952
scorecard
v
 India
342 (159.5 overs)
Dick Spooner 71
Vinoo Mankad 4/89 (52.5 overs)
344 (149.1 overs)
Dattu Phadkar 115
Fred Ridgway 4/83 (38.1 overs)
252/5 d. (120 overs)
Dick Spooner 92
Ramesh Divecha 2/55 (25 overs)
103/0 (29 overs)
Vinoo Mankad 71
Roy Tattersall 0/4 (4 overs)
Match drawn
Eden Gardens, Calcutta
Umpires: AR Joshi, BJ Mohoni
  • England won the toss and decided to bat

4th Test

12–14 January 1952
scorecard
India 
v
121 (61.5 overs)
Pankaj Roy 37
Roy Tattersall 6/48 (21 overs)
203 (95.1 overs)
Allan Watkins 66
Ghulam Ahmed 5/70 (37.1 overs)
157 (66.5 overs)
Hemu Adhikari 60
Malcolm Hilton 5/61 (32 overs)
76/2 (19.2 overs)
Tom Graveney 48
Ghulam Ahmed 1/10 (10 overs)
England won by 8 wickets
Modi Stadium, Kanpur
Umpires: JR Patel, MG Vijayasarathi
  • India won the toss and decided to bat

5th Test

6–10 February 1952
scorecard
v
 India
266 (121.5 overs)
Jack Robertson 77
Vinoo Mankad 8/55 (38.5 overs)
457/9 d. (153 overs)
Polly Umrigar 130
Donald Carr 2/84 (19 overs)
183 (75.5 overs)
Jack Robertson 56
Vinoo Mankad 4/53 (30.5 overs)
India won by an innings and 8 runs
Madras Cricket Club Ground, Chepauk, Madras
Umpires: BJ Mohoni, MG Vijayasarathi
  • England won the toss and decided to bat

External links

  • Cricarchive
  • Tour page CricInfo
  • Record CricInfo
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