How many times India win Test matches?
Team records As of November 2021, India played 556 Test matches resulting in 164 victories, 171 defeats, 220 draws and 1 tie for an overall winning percentage of 29.49.
What happens if IND vs NZ is draw?
ICC’s playing conditions state that if the match ends in a draw both teams will be crowned as joint WTC winners. Inclement weather has marred the smooth conduct of the World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand.
Has India won Test series 2021 UK?
The Test series were the first matches of the 2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship. India won the second Test by 151 runs, in the final hour of the fifth day, to take a 1–0 lead in the series. England won the third Test by an innings and 76 runs before the lunch break on day four, levelling the series 1–1.
Which team won most test?
This list details the most significant team and individual records in Test cricket. As of March 2021, the most successful team in Test cricket, in terms of both wins and win percentage, is Australia, having won 393 of their 830 Tests (47.24\%).
Who wins the WTC?
WTC final | New Zealand beats India by 8 wickets to win World Test Championship title – The Hindu.
How many days WTC final will be played?
India and New Zealand would look to outsmart each other when the teams square off in the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) final, which starts June 18 at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton. The five-day game has become a 6-day affair as two days in the IND vs WTC final was washed out without a ball being bowled.
Has Pakistan won Test series in England?
Pakistan have been victorious in 8 while 9 other have been drawn including the first ever series in England in 1954, when the Pakistanis managed a commendable 1-1 draw. England won four out of the next five series till 1971, followed by three consecutive drawn series.
Has Australia won Test series in India?
The importance of the series is also fuelled by Australia’s desire to beat India in India in a Test match series, which, until their victory in the 2004–05 series, they had not done so since 1969–70.