Has any team won a Test series in India?
India’s first Test series as an independent country was against Australia. They secured their first Test win against England in 1952 at Madras Cricket Club Ground. As of 7 January 2019, India have played 533 Test matches; they have won 150 matches, lost 165 matches, and 217 matches were drawn with one being tied.
How many teams have won a Test series in India?
Team wins, losses, draws and ties
As of September 2021, India played 555 Test matches resulting in 164 victories, 171 defeats, 219 draws and 1 tie for an overall winning percentage of 29.54. Statistics are correct as of India v England at The Oval, 4th test, 2-6 September 2021.
Has Pakistan won a Test series in India?
Pakistan have hosted seven series with 26 matches played at home. Each side has four series wins, although Pakistan has won more Test matches than India in matches between the two nations.
List of Test series.
|Date first Test started||16 October 1978|
Has England won Test series in India?
England’s 2–1 Test series win was their first series victory in India since the 1984–85 tour.
English cricket team in India in 2012–13.
|England cricket team in India in 2012–13|
|Captains||MS Dhoni||Alastair Cook (Tests & ODIs) Eoin Morgan (T20Is)|
|Result||England won the 4-match series 2–1|
Where has India not won a Test series?
Out of all the Test-playing nations where Test cricket has been hosted, South Africa and Australia are the two nations where India have never won a Test series. India have played six Test series in South Africa, losing five and drawing one.
Has Pakistan won Test series in England?
As of January 2021, Pakistan is the fourth-most successful team in Test cricket with an overall winning percentage of 32.02, behind Australia (47.24), South Africa (37.78) and England (36.5).
Team wins, losses, and draws.
|First Test||10 June 1954|
Which team won most ODI matches?
The most successful team in ODI cricket, in terms of win percentage (barring the Asia XI cricket team who have only played seven games) is South Africa, who overtook previous leaders Australia in 2017, and as of 2 April 2021 have a record of 63.81%.