Greig hit a fine century at Eden Gardens in 1976-77 as England took a 2-0 series lead. (Getty Images).
Mike Gatting’s 207 in Chennai during the 1984-85 tour helped England to a nine-wicket victory that also sealed a 2-1 series win for David Gower’s team. (Getty Images)
Partnering Gatting in thrashing India in Chennai was Graeme Fowler with 201, as the pair became the first English duo to score double-centuries in the same innings. (Getty Images)
Ian Botham made the Golden Jubilee Test of 1980 his own, scoring a dazzling 113 that took England from 58 for 5 to 296. He also seized 13 wickets in the famous victory. (Getty Images)
A 21-year-old Alastair Cook made a memorable start to his Test career with 60 and 104 not out as an injury-hit England managed a draw at Nagpur in the first Test of the 2005-06 series. (AFP)
Andrew Strauss’ 128 on the first day of the decisive Mumbai Test in 2005-06 proved a turning point in England’s fortunes. They went on to square the series with a 202-run win. (Getty Images)
Dennis Amiss set the tone for a strong personal series with 179 in the first Test at Delhi in 1976-77 which Tony Greig’s team won by an innings en route to a successful tour. (Getty Images)