Indian "debutants" since the start of the Border Gavaskar Trophy

MCG Test: Gill (45 and 35 n.o.), Siraj (2/40 and 3/37)

SCG Test: Saini (2/65 and 2/54)

Gabba Test: Nataranjan (3/78 and 0/41), Sundar (3/89, 1/80, 62 and 22), Thakur (not technically a debut but pretty much, 3/94, 4/61, 67 and 2)

Chepauk 2nd Test: Axar (2/40 and 5/60)

2nd T20I: Ishan Kishan (56 off 32)

4th T20I: Suryakumar Yadav (not technically a debut but pretty much, 57 off 31)

1st ODI: Krunal (58 off 31 and 1/59), Prasidh (4/54)

This is seriously unprecedented. Most of these contributions weren't just good numbers in favourable match situations, they are genuinely moments that swung the momentum of these matches from tough situations against world class opponents.

This is the healthiest and strongest state Indian cricket has ever been. Let's not forget that there are others like Pant and. Vihari, who are not debutants but still in the first couple of years of being internationals who have contributed massively in this period as well.

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India squad and the staff with the Border Gavaskar Trophy
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Would it make sense to have the Border Gavaskar Trophy be 5 test match series for future editions

Border Gavaskar Trophies have always been competitive. Both teams play incredibly hard to win matches. Australia were competitive last time they came to India in 2017 , they lost the series 2-1 and the Indian Team has won back to back hard fought series against Australia in Australia

Let's say for the next edition in the Border Gavaskar Trophy. Both BCCI and CA add 5th test match to the series. A Marquee Test Series should have 5 test matches . England vs Australia has 5 test matches and India vs England has 5 test matches. There is no reason why India vs Australia can't be 5 test matches

The next edition of the Border Gavaskar Trophy is India right

The venues for the 5 test matches (Example)

1st Test : Chennai

2nd Test : Mumbai

3rd Test : Ahmedabad (d/n)

4th Test : New Delhi

5th Test : Kolkata

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Border Gavaskar Trophy 1996 ft. Among Us even before it was cool.
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15-20 Minutes Highlights for BORDER- GAVASKAR TROPHY 2020-21

EDIT: Fuck. Turns out this may not be available outside India. Maybe VPN is the only rescue

EDIT 2: HIGHLIGHTS OF 15-20 MINS PER DAY JUST IN CASE IT IS NOT CLEAR

I have seen many people ask for the extended highlights for the BG Trophy. These highlights are in Hindi and are against Rule No. 5, but still, they are a great highlight packages of 15-20 mins that anybody can enjoy. They aren't copyrighted as they are from Sony Sports themselves. Since many don't know about the Sony Sports channel as it is pretty new, so I thought I would compile & share them.

TEST 1 [Adelaide]

Day 1-

  1. Highlights
  2. Sixes
  3. Fours
  4. Milestones
  5. Missed Catches
  6. Moments

Day 2-

  1. Highlights
  2. Fours
  3. Milestones
  4. Missed Catches
  5. Moments

Day 3 :( -

  1. Highlights
  2. Sixes
  3. Fours
  4. Milestones
  5. Moments

TEST 2 [Melbourne] :)

Day 1-

  1. Highlights
  2. Sixes
  3. Fours
  4. Milestones
  5. Moments

Day 2-

  1. Highlights
  2. Fours
  3. Milestones
  4. Missed Catches
  5. Moments

Day 3-

  1. Highlights
  2. Fours
  3. Milestones
  4. Moments

Day 4

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Video blog series about Border Gavaskar Trophy will premiere on Ashwin's youtube channel tonight.
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BORDER-GAVASKAR TROPHY SLEDGE THREAD

CUNTS V/S BEHENCHODS.

TEMPORARY CAPTAIN V/S TEMPORARY CAPTAIN.

SPEAK UP! OR WE CAN'T HEAR YOU!

ALL ABOARD THE HYPE-FUCKING-TRAIN. CHOO CHOO!

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Some charts I made from all the comments across all the match threads of this year's Border Gavaskar trophy

Hey guys! The past few weeks have been rather voluminous in this sub, specifically the absolute size of the match threads of the recently concluded BGT series (visualised here). Right before the 4th test I thought to myself, I really oughta make something out of this large mass of comment data. So after the last day of the last match was finished, I got to work and scraped each match day thread of this series. The scraping took quite a while but in the end I was able to get all the comments from all the threads. So I made a couple of things with it.

First of all, some flair analysis. I first categorised all flairs under India, Australia and Others as well as I could. There are a total of 249 flairs, of which 55 belong to Indian teams, 36 belong to Aus teams, 37 belong to English teams, 18 belong to NZ teams and so on. However the number of comments made by non-Indians and non-Aussies were much lesser than that of the Indians and the Aussies, so I clubbed them all under Others. Here's the pastebin link for the flairs I've categorised under India and Australia (apologies if I missed any or made a mistake!)

Here's two charts describing the overall demographics of the match threads. The first shows the number of users wearing an Indian, Australian or Other flair. The second shows the number of comments made by users wearing the same.

https://imgur.com/a/KB13En4

Next, we look at the volume of comments as the day progresses. I counted the number of comments every 5 minutes throughout the day for all days for all matches. Here's the graphs for all the days in local Aus time:

https://imgur.com/a/2YvajjU

Here's the same in IST:

https://imgur.com/a/O6TmCnw

I've marked on the graphs where a batsman lost his wicket. Although it is rather self-evident, it is pretty amusing to see the graph spike at a wicket. There are some un-accounted spikes, those are probably dropped catches (e.g. largest spike on Test 3 Day 1 was the Pant claimed catch that was actually grassed) or milestones(e.g. largest spike on Test 2 Day 2 is Rahane's century).

Now, we have the same graph but with three lines denoting Indian, Aus and Other/No flaired comments, in local Aus time:

https://imgur.com/a/dYRitPi

and in IST:

https://imgur.com/a/jB5Jrj6

You can see the l

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Does anyone have full recording or any source where I can watch the last session of Border Gavaskar trophy ball by ball?

Genuine request to watch one of the greatest sessions in our cricket history. Was busy working, so could only check out the scores and ball by ball commentary. Would be grateful if anyone knows how I can watch the complete last session of the memorable test series.

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Let me tell a Kutti Story: The Paaji Effect | Bharat Arun | Border-Gavaskar Trophy | E5 youtu.be/MrsC-IoWbJU
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Indian cricket team celebrating with the Border-Gavaskar trophy after pulling off a hard fought 2-1 series victory over Australia
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An Incomplete list of Well-written columns post the Border-Gavaskar Trophy

Maybe it's because I'm Indian, or a fan of Indian cricket, but I find myself reading a lot of opinion pieces since the recently concluded test series, and I felt like I should share it with this community. Some of these are behind paywalls, but that should not be a problem if you use some nifty firefox extensions. Feel free to add more articles of a similar vein in the comments. I myself found out about one or two of these from this sub itself. Without further ado:

"Australian cricket needs to eat its humble pie." - Gideon Haigh, The Australian (Paywall)

"Australia v India: Posterity wins 'A great day of Test cricket'." - Gideon Haigh, The Australian (Paywall)

"Australian fury dashed against India's butterfly effect."- Gideon Haigh, The Australian (Paywall)

"India's bloody-mindedness fired them to historic win in Australia." - Geoff Lemon, The Guardian

"Thank you, and good night India." - Greg Baum, The Sydney Morning Herald

"Only surprise is that anyone can compete with India at all."- Greg Chappell, The Sydney Morning Herald

"India Hit." - Jarrod Kimber

"Could India create a dynasty and become the team of a generation?" - Simon Briggs, The Telegraph (Paywall)

"The unlikely script of a Gabba heist." - Bharat Sundaresan, Cricbuzz

"Why this Australia series made India likeable."- Osman Samiuddin, ESPN CricInfo

["The Gabba result has done justice to the ga

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What are your three bold predictions for the upcoming Border Gavaskar Trophy?

I'll start

  1. Rohit will score at least 2 100s.
  2. Labuschagne will have a subpar series.
  3. Australia will win at least three games within 4 days.
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Pick Your Combined XI From the Border-Gavaskar Trophy from the 21st Century wisden.com/mysquad/team-s…
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The Border-Gavaskar trophy - What must India do to have a chance of winning it back?

The title basically. We're heading back to Australia to face them once again, only this time they are boosted once again with confidence (at least at home) with the return of Smith and Warner as well as the emergence of a new talent in Marnus Labuschagne, with their bowling attack reinvigorated and looking deadlier than ever. With Kohli leaving after the first test since he's becoming a father, most don't give us much of a chance at winning this series.

BUT, despite that we still have a chance of winning. Australian conditions are not as tough to bat in as NZ or English conditions meaning that there probably won't be a repeat of the disaster that was the New Zealand test series even when pitted up against a fearsome bowling attack, and we certainly have a pace attack to match Australia's in Bumrah, Shami and Ishant to make sure that their batsmen don't just feast on runs galore. So that said, here's my first choice lineup for the first test:

Agarwal

Rohit

Pujara

Kohli (c)

Rahane

Vihari

Saha (wk)

Jadeja

Shami

Ishant

Bumrah

And for the rest of the series:

Agarwal

Rohit

Pujara

Rahane (c)

Gill/Pant

Vihari

Saha (wk)

Jadeja

Shami

Ishant

Bumrah

Top order: Mayank is a lock, he was excellent last time in Australia and has had a great home season to back him up, and he will be one of the backbones of our batting. Personally I'd want Gill opening with him but there's no way that management aren't going to open with Rohit unless he gets injured or completely flops the first few tests. It's far more likely that we'll see Gill get a chance in the middle order when Kohli leaves. Pujara is another lock, probably our most valuable test batsman despite not being our best, and while he may not have a series like last time owing to how Australia will probably be really focusing on getting him out, he's still the backbone of our batting when the going gets tough, and he'll need to wear down the Aussie bowlers.

Middle order: Kohli obviously plays the first test at number 4. Everyone has constantly been shitting on Rahane but I really hope that he clicks this tour especially since he'll be taking over the captaincy (hopefully it will spur him on to perform really well). Gill should come in at 5 from the second test onwards, he needs to get a chance soon in the test team and Australia is generally a decent place to debut as a player. I suppose that KL Rahul might come in the middle order but quite honestly I'd leave him to focus on white ball, especi

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Revisiting memories from Border-Gavaskar trophy 2018-19 youtube.com/playlist?list…
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India created history by winning the Border Gavaskar Trophy gyan-istan.blogspot.com/2…
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Border - Gavaskar trophy 2020-21 official Promo. youtu.be/gnob4CEjVEw
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Summary of Australia vs India ahead of Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2020/21
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I never understood why the Border-Gavaskar Trophy is only 4 tests. 5 tests make much more sense.
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Australian series averages from the 2001 Border-Gavaskar trophy
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End of the Border-Gavaskar trophy and general Australians team appreciation thread!

The past 6 weeks have been a rollercoaster of emotions for me. So many wonderful moments with all the tension and the drama, DRSgate, the pitch at Pune, the draw at Ranchi and now this cracker of a game at Dharmshala. Wonderful performances by almost everyone in the Australian team. Lyon, Maxi, O'Keefe, Hazlewood, Cummins and even Wade. Steve Smith is clearly operating at a different plane. You guys fought hard, you fought well. This win is definitely sweeter than any of the wins over England or New Zealand this season. We are proud to have played you, and I am not wrong in saying that this Australian team has earned the respect of everyone watching the game in India.

Thanks for all the quality Bantz^TM and other memes. It's been great having ya!

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TIL in 2001 Border Gavaskar Trophy highest wicket taker for India was Harbhajan with 32 wickets in 3 games. Second highest was Sachin who took 3 wickets. stats.espncricinfo.com/ci…
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Border-Gavaskar Trophy all-time table.

1996 IND 1-0 AUS Sachin Tendulkar - Mark Taylor

1998 IND 2-1 AUS Mohammad Azharuddin - Mark Taylor

1999 IND 0-3 AUS Sachin Tendulkar - Steve Waugh

2001 IND 2-1 AUS Sourav Ganguly - Steve Waugh

2003 IND 1-1 AUS Sourav Ganguly - Steve Waugh

2004 IND 1-2 AUS Ganguly/Dravid - Gilchrist/Ponting

2007-08 IND 1-2 AUS Anil Kumble - Ricky Ponting

2008 IND 2-0 AUS M S Dhoni - Ricky Ponting

2010 IND 2-0 AUS M S Dhoni - Ricky Ponting

2011-12 IND 0-4 AUS Dhoni/Sehwag - Michael Clarke

2013 IND 4-0 AUS M S Dhoni - Clarke/Watson

2014-15 IND 0-2 AUS Dhoni/Kohli - Smith/Clarke

TOTAL MATCHES - 40 INDIA - 16 AUSTRALIA - 16 DRAWN - 8

BORDER GAVASKAR TROPHY WINS INDIA - 6 AUSTRALIA - 5 SHARED - 1

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India vs Australia in Border Gavaskar Trophy

So I decided waste some time and create a spread sheet to have a look at how India and Australia fared against each other. Both home and away.

The results are pretty damn close! Both teams win 2/3rd the matches at home. While Australia win more away (19% vs 13%). Interestingly, percent of drawn matches is higher in Australia compared to India (20% vs 14%, even though the number is 3 in each country).

But these numbers are skewed towards India because more series were played here (6) compared to Australia (4).

So I did another analysis using series only after 1998. Even here the numbers are almost identical (India in India 11-3-3, Australia in Australia 10-2-3).

Bottom line: Each team is very hard to beat at home. The series from 2001-2010 produced some of the best test cricket.

If you value your anonymity, open the following link in private browsing mode. Google shows email addresses of people viewing the link at the same time.

TL;DR Link to Google Spread Sheet.

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