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England and England are the only non-Asian teams to have won 6 or more consecutive Tests across the continent.
After winning the Chennai Test against India, the England team has gone 1–0 in the 4-match series. England also became the most successful foreign team to have visited India in the last 15 years. He has played 15 Tests in India since 2006, of which he has won 4. At the same time, the other test playing teams played a total of 54 Tests during this period, but they won only 3 Tests.
During this period, the English team lost in 7 Tests and had 4 Tests. Apart from this, South Africa played 12 Tests. Out of which he won 2, lost 8 and drew 2 Tests. At the same time, Australia played 14 Tests. Out of this, he could win only 1 Test, 10 losers and 3 Test draws. Apart from these, no team failed to register victory in India.
Most successful team in India in last 15 years against India
|Team||Play test||Live||Losers||Tie / draw|
England became the most successful non-Asian team in Asia
England team has 30th Test win in Asia. England is the most successful team as a non-Asian team. Australia are second with 28 wins and West Indies are third with 26 wins.
|Team||Played test in asia||Live||Losers||Tie||Draw|
England second foreign team to win 6 consecutive Tests in Asia
Australia and England are the only non-Asian teams to have won 6 or more consecutive Tests across the continent. The Australian team had won 7 consecutive Tests in Asia between 2002 and 2004. At the same time, England has won 6 consecutive Tests in Asia since 2018. Apart from these, no team has been able to win three consecutive Tests in Asia.
|Team||Win consecutive tests||From when to when|
Chepak on second in terms of maximum defeat at home
India has lost the most Test matches in its home in Kolkata’s Eden Gardens. India played 42 Tests here. Out of which 13 won and 9 lost. At the same time, Chepak Stadium in Chennai is second in this case. India played 33 Tests in Chepauk. Out of this, 14 were won and 7 were lost.
|Eden Gardens, Kolkata||42||13||9|
|Chepak Stadium, Chennai||33||14||7|
|Ferozeshah Kotla, Delhi||34||13||6|
|Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore||23||8||6|