These are the prevoius year Facts
India vs Australia Head to Head in Boxing day
1985 - 29,108 on Boxing Day saw the Indian spinners on top. Greg Matthews and Allan Border each scored memorable centuries in the match, but when the rains came at tea on the last day to wash out the match, India was in sight of a victory. This was Steve Waugh’s debut Test, Merv Hughes was 12th Man.
1991 - For the second season in succession, Bruce Reid (6/66 & 6/60) made the match his own by decimating India inside four days. 42,494 attended on Boxing Day.
1999 - Boxing Day was again seriously affected by having rain, but there were still 49,082 in attendance. The match against India was comfortably won by Australia by 180 runs. Melbourne’s fans were treated to the exciting Test debut of NSW speedster Brett Lee, who took 5/47 and 2/31, as well as some sparkling batting from the brilliant Indian skipper Sachin Tendulkar (166 & 52).
2003 - 62,613 – Boxing Day, 179,662 for the match. Australia defeated India by nine wickets, Ricky Ponting scoring an imperious 257 in Australia’s first innings after Indian opener Veranda Sehwag smashed a scintillating 195 on the opening day. Taking advantage of free entry on the last day, a crowd of 29,262 bid farewell to Australian captain Steve Waugh in his 17th and final MCG Test match.
The Mighty Aussies will never lose...I am not saying the history says