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hk2009
23-02-2009, 08:58 PM
HIGHEST TOTALS (TEST MATCHES)
New Zealand 630/6d at Mohali in October 2003
India 583/7d at Ahmedabad in October 1999

LOWEST TOTALS (TEST CRICKET)
India 81 at Wellington in February 1976
New Zealand 94 at Hamilton in December 2002

HIGHEST TOTALS (ODIs)
India 376/2 at Hyderabad on November 8, 1999
New Zealand 349/9 at Rajkot on November 5, 1999

LOWEST TOTALS (ODIs)
India 108 at Christchurch on January 1, 2003
New Zealand 126 at Mumbai on November 29, 1995

LARGEST VICTORIES (TESTS)

By an innings
India inns & 109 runs at Chennai in January 1956
New Zealand inns & 33 runs at Wellington in February 1976

By runs
India 272 runs at Auckland in March 1968
New Zealand 167 runs at Nagpur in October 1969

By wickets
India 10 wickets at Hyderabad in December 1988
New Zealand 10 wickets at Christchurch in February 1990 and at Wellington in December 2002
New Zealand 10 wickets Wellington 12 Dec 2002

SMALLEST VICTORIES (TESTS)

By runs
India 60 runs at Mumbai in September 1969
New Zealand 62 runs at Wellington in February 1981

By wickets
New Zealand 4 wickets at Wellington in December 1998
India 5 wickets at Dunedin in February 1968

LARGEST VICTORIES (ODIs)

By runs
India 174 runs at Hyderabad on November 8, 1999
New Zealand 108 runs at Dunedin on March 1, 1990

By wickets
New Zealand 10 wickets at Melbourne on January 10, 1981
India 9 wickets at Nagpur on October 31, 1987

SMALLEST VICTORIES (ODIs)

By runs
India 1 run at Wellington on March 6, 1990
New Zealand 22 runs at Brisbane on January 18, 1981

By wickets
India 1 wicket at Auckland on January 11, 2003
New Zealand 3 wickets at Brisbane on December 21, 1980

Source: India Syndicate

thenovelist
23-02-2009, 09:16 PM
Interesting.

BigBoss
23-02-2009, 11:10 PM
It is interesting but sure not on Twenty20 side. Their is not much fact about Twenty20 game played between India and New Zealand. As far as I know they just played one at T20 World Cup South Africa where India was defeated by New Zealand.


P.S. - Thanks. I feeling now lucky.