International cricket in 1967–68

The 1967–68 international cricket season was from December 1967 to April 1968.[1][2]

Season overviewEdit

International tours
Start date Home team Away team Results [Matches]
Test ODI FC LA
23 December 1967   Australia   India 4–0 [4]
19 January 1968   West Indies   England 0–1 [5]
15 February 1968   New Zealand   India 1–3 [4]
12 April 1968   Ceylon   India 1–0 [1]

DecemberEdit

India in AustraliaEdit

Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test 624 23–28 December Bob Simpson Chandu Borde Adelaide Oval, Adelaide   Australia by 146 runs
Test 625 30 Dec–3 January Bob Simpson Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne   Australia by an innings and 4 runs
Test 626 19–24 January Bill Lawry Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi The Gabba, Brisbane   Australia by 39 runs
Test 628 26–31 January Bill Lawry Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney   Australia by 144 runs

JanuaryEdit

England in the West IndiesEdit

Wisden Trophy Test Series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test 627 19–24 January Colin Cowdrey Garfield Sobers Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain Match drawn
Test 629 8–14 February Colin Cowdrey Garfield Sobers Sabina Park, Kingston Match drawn
Test 633 29 Feb–5 March Colin Cowdrey Garfield Sobers Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Match drawn
Test 635 14–19 March Colin Cowdrey Garfield Sobers Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain   England by 7 wickets
Test 636 28 Mar–3 April Colin Cowdrey Garfield Sobers Bourda, Georgetown Match drawn

FebruaryEdit

India in New ZealandEdit

Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test 630 15–20 February Barry Sinclair Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi Carisbrook, Dunedin   India by 5 wickets
Test 631 22–27 February Graham Dowling Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi AMI Stadium, Christchurch   New Zealand by 6 wickets
Test 632 29 Feb–4 March Graham Dowling Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi Basin Reserve, Wellington   India by 8 wickets
Test 634 7–12 March Graham Dowling Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi Eden Park, Auckland   India by 272 runs

AprilEdit

India in CeylonEdit

MJ Gopalan Trophy
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
FC Match 12–14 April Sarath Wimalaratne Patamada Belliappa P Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo   Ceylon by 105 runs

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Season 1967–68". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  2. ^ "Season 1967–68 archive". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 31 March 2020.