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    In Pics: Famous Australian centurions in India

    • Neil Harvey hit a match-winning 114 – the only century of the match – as Australia took a series lead during the 1959-60 series at Delhi. The series ended 2-1 in Australia's favor. (Hulton Archive)

    • Allan Border began the 1979-80 tour of India with 162 in just under seven hours out of Australia's first innings of 390 during the draw at Chennai. (Getty Images)

    • Dean Jones' life-threatening, career-changing 210 was an epic innings during the second Tied Test which took place in almost suffocating heat at Madras in 1986. (Getty Images)

    • Mark Waugh's stroke-filled 153 – which came when the batsman had a gastric disorder – at Bangalore during the 1998 tour helped Australia win the dead rubber by eight wickets. (Getty Images)

    • Adam Gilchrist raced to a century in 84 balls on day two of the Mumbai Test in 2001, which was second fastest hundred by an Australian in terms of balls faced, and put the visitors on course for victory. (Getty Images)

    • Matthew Hayden continued his excellent series in 2001 by sweeping his way to 203 off 320s ball during Australia’s first-innings total of 391 in the deciding Chennai Test. (Getty Images)

    • Michael Clarke made his Test debut a memorable one, hitting a superb 151 as Australia won the first Test at Bangalore in 2004 by 217 runs. (Getty Images)

    • Damien Martyn produced sublime knocks of 114 and 97 as Australia won the third Test at Nagpur by 342 runs to conquer the final frontier. (Getty Images)

    • In the opening Test of the 2008 series at Bangalore, Michael Hussey sculpted an supremely focused 146 that took Australia to 228 for 6 in the second innings, setting India a target of 299 on day five. (Getty Images)