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English cricket team in India in 1933–34

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Subject: Marylebone Cricket Club tours of Ceylon and Sri Lanka, Marylebone Cricket Club cricket team in India and Ceylon in 1926–27, Commonwealth XI cricket team in India, Pakistan and Ceylon in 1949–50, Commonwealth XI cricket team in India and Ceylon in 1950–51, Maharaj Kumar of Vizianagram's XI cricket team in India and Ceylon in 1930–31
Collection: 1933 in English Cricket, 1933 in Indian Cricket, 1934 in Ceylon, 1934 in English Cricket, 1934 in Indian Cricket, English Cricket Tours of India, English Cricket Tours of Sri Lanka, Indian Cricket Seasons from 1918–19 to 1944–45, International Cricket Competitions from 1918–19 to 1945, Sri Lankan Cricket Seasons from 1880–81 to 1971–72
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English cricket team in India in 1933–34

England in India 1933-34
Dates 15 December 1933 – 4 March 1934
Captains CK Nayudu Douglas Jardine
Test series
Result England won the 3-match series 2–0
Most runs Lala Amarnath (203) Cyril Walters (284)
Most wickets Amar Singh (23) Hedley Verity (13)

A Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) toured India from 15 December 1933 to 4 March 1934. In the Test matches, the side was known as "England"; in other matches, it was known as "MCC". England won the Test series 2-0. The MCC team concluded its tour with four matches in Ceylon, two of them first-class.

Test matches

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