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India played its first cricket Test Match in
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Raziq said:   7 years ago
Why did all cricket players wear white dress during test match?

FAIZAN HASSAN said:   1 decade ago
Who is the first captain of Pakistani team?

Debashis Das said:   4 years ago
India played first test 1932 vs England, Lords.
First ODI 1974 vs England, Headingley.
First captain C.K. Naidu.

Paresh das said:   6 years ago
Where was first ODI played?

Meher said:   7 years ago
First ODI AUS VS ENG 1971.

IND First ODI 1974 against England.

Ranjan mohanty said:   8 years ago
When India played one day match?

Safeer said:   9 years ago
When Pakistan beginning of the 1st international match?

Shubham Singhania said:   9 years ago
Who were the two players who did not play in the Indian team in 1932?

Nikhil said:   10 years ago
Who was the first player who played first ball in cricket?

Lolly said:   1 decade ago
Although cricket was introduced to India by European merchant sailors in the 18th-century and the first cricket club in India was established in Calcutta in 1792, India's national cricket team did not play their first Test match until 25 June 1932 at Lord's. They became the sixth team to be granted Test cricket status.

In 1911, an Indian team went on their first official tour of England, but only played English county teams and not the English cricket team. India was invited into The Imperial Cricket Council in 1926 and made its debut as a Test-cricket-playing-nation in 1932 led by CK Nayudu. The match was given Test status despite being only 3 days in length. The team was not strong in its batting at this point and went on to lose by 158 runs. The Indian team continued to improve throughout the 1930s and '40s but did not achieve an international victory during this period.

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