Zimbabwe cricket team in Australia in 2003-04The Zimbabwean cricket team toured Australia in the 2003-04 season. On the tour, the Zimbabweans played two unclassified matches, one First-class match, three List A matches and two Tests, as well as taking part in the 2003-04 VB Series with Australia and India - who were touring Australia for 4 Tests at the same time. The Zimbabweans lost all but one international match - both Tests and seven of the eight One Day Internationals - the exception being called off for rain. The tour was notable for Matthew Hayden's score of 380 in the first Test, this being the highest individual score in Test cricket at the time, beating Brian Lara's 375.
2003-04 VB SeriesZimbabwe and Australia played in a tri-series tournament with India for the Australian Tri-Series, at the time sponsored by Victoria Bitter. Played in a round-robin format, all 3 teams played each other four times, meaning 8 matches each, with the top two teams going through to a head-to-head final to decide the winner.
Zimbabwe cricket team in Australia in 2003-04 ResultsFirst Test Australia vs Zimbabwe
Australia won by an innings and 175 runs
Second Test Zimbabwe vs Australia
Australia Won by 9 wickets