India scripted history by winning the first-ever Test series on Australian soil. India beat the Aussies 2-1 in the 2018-19 Border-Gavaskar Trophy series after the fourth and final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground ended in a tame draw due to inclement weather.
How many Test matches Australia won in India?
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.
One Day International.
Who won most Test matches?
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%).
Team wins, losses and draws.
|First Test match||15 March 1877|
Who won Test match India vs NZ 2021?
Under the radar no more, New Zealand trump India to become Test world champions
|The Rose Bowl, Southampton|
|Toss||New Zealand, elected to field first|
|Player Of The Match||Kyle Jamieson|
|Series result||New Zealand won the 2021 ICC World Test Championship|
What is India’s lowest score in Test?
India’s lowest totals in Test cricket
Who is better Smith or Kohli?
And no surprise, he fares much better than Smith as a captain. Of the 55 Tests Kohli has captained India, he has won 33 and lost 12. Whereas Smith, who has played 34 Tests as a skipper, has won 18 and lost 10. Kohli has a mighty impressive win-loss ratio of 2.75 to Smith’s 1.80.
Which team defeated Australia most?
In ODI matches, Australia have played against 18 teams; they have played against England most frequently, with a winning percentage of 56.94 in 147 matches.
Matches played (by country)
Has Pakistan ever won in Australia?
Only Test at National Stadium, Karachi – Oct 11-17, 1956, Pakistan won by 9 wickets (Aus 80 and 187; Pak 199 and 69/1). 1st Test at Dacca Stadium – Nov 13-18, 1959, Australia won by 8 wickets (Pakistan 200 and 134; Australia 225 and 112/2).
Overall Test Records (Since 1956)
Why is it called Gabba?
The Brisbane Cricket Ground, commonly known as the Gabba, is a major sports stadium in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia. The nickname Gabba derives from the suburb of Woolloongabba, in which it is located.