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Team India lost 0-1 after losing the first match of the 4 Test series against England. In the Chennai Test, he lost by 227 runs. After this, captain Virat Kohli said that he would not like to repeat the mistakes made in this match and will try to win the series. In such a situation, if you look at the record of winning the series after losing the first match, then India may face difficulties against England.
This is because, thus far, England has won the series 14 times in Test history. At the same time, Team India has been able to win the series by losing the first Test only 5 times. However, Team India has thus defeated England once. He defeated England in the home series 49 years ago (1972–73).
England beat India 3 times
However, in this case also England is heavy, because it has defeated the Indian team 3 times in this series. Twice 1985, 2013, India defeated India at their home, while once in 2014, England defeated Team India at their home.
India won the previous series in a similar way
The good thing for Team India is that it is coming after winning the previous series in a similar way. India had defeated Australia 2–1 in the series despite losing the first Test at home to Australia last month. Outside Asia, this was India’s first Test series win in this way.
In the series against Australia, more than 9 players were injured by the time India finished the series. Ajinkya Rahane captained the last three Tests in absence of Virat Kohli. He defeated Australia on the strength of net bowlers and T20 batsmen. Whereas in the series against current England, including front line bowlers including Kohli.
England defeated South Africa last year
The English team defeated South Africa in the same house in the same manner last year. Despite losing the first Test, England defeated South Africa 3–1 in the series.
India won 69 test series out of 167 overall
In Test history, Team India played an overall 167 Test series, out of which 69 were won, 65 were lost and 33 were drawn. At the same time, India has played 33 bilateral Test series against England, of which 10 have won, 19 have lost and 4 series have drawn.