Has India won Test series in England?
India have so far won 3 Test series in England as series victories came in 1986 and 2007 after the first one in 1971.
How many series have India won in England?
Four complete Pataudi Trophy series have been played, with India winning one and England three.
Has India ever won a ODI series in England?
As of 16 June 2018, India have played 968 ODI matches, winning 502 matches and losing 417; 9 matches were tied and 40 matches had no result. They also won the 1983 and 2011 Cricket World Cups, along with the 2002 and the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy.
One Day International.
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|
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 India won Test series in England in 2021?
It was Joe Root’s 27th win as captain, the most by a captain of England in Test cricket. India won the fourth Test by 157 runs, to lead the series 2–1 with one match to play.
|Indian cricket team in England in 2021|
|Dates||4 August – 14 September 2021|
|Captains||Joe Root||Virat Kohli|
Who won the England vs India Test Series 2021?
|Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Series||India tour of EnglandICC World Test Championship|
|Series result||India led the 5-match series 2-1|
How many Test matches India won under Virat Kohli captaincy?
A total of 33 players have captained India in test matches, of which Virat Kohli is the most successful with 38 wins.
Which country 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%.