Indian cricket team in England in 1932

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The touring Indian team

An Indian cricket team toured England in the 1932 season under the title of the "All-India" team. This was the second tour of England by an Indian team, following the first place lo of people 1911. One Test match was played at Lord's Cricket Ground. This was the first Test match ever played by India. [Olpp[English cricket team|England]] won by 158 runs after scoring 259 and 275-8 declared while India was bowled out for 189 and 187.

The Indians played 38 matches in all, including 26 first-class fixtures. The team won 9 first-class matches, drew 9 and lost 8. Captained by the Maharaja of Porbandar, the team's outstanding batsman was the right-handed CK Nayudu, who played in all the first-class matches, scoring 1,618 runs at an average of 40.45. In the 1933 Wisden, he was selected as one of the five Cricketers of the Year. The team also had a fine pair of opening bowlers in Amar Singh (111 wickets in first-class matches at 20.37) and Mohammad Nissar (71 wickets at 18.09).

Only Test match[edit]

25–28 June 1932
259 (105.1 overs)
Douglas Jardine 79
Mohammad Nissar 5/93 (26 overs)
189 (93 overs)
C. K. Nayudu 40
Bowes 4/49 (30 overs)
275/8 (d) (110 overs)
Douglas Jardine 85
Jahangir Khan 4/60 (30 overs)
187 (59.3 overs)
Amar Singh 51
Wally Hammond 3/9 (5.3 overs)
England won by 158 runs
Lord's Cricket Ground
Umpires: F. Chester, J. Hardstaff
  • England won the toss and decided to bat
  • 3 day test


Annual reviews[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • Bill Frindall, The Wisden Book of Test Cricket 1877-1978, Wisden, 1979
  • Ramachandra Guha, A Corner of a Foreign Field - An Indian History of a British Sport, Picador, 2001

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