Contents 1.1 Team victories, defeats, draws, and ties 2.2 The first Test series is won.
2.2. Team victories, defeats, draws, and ties Team scoring totals 2.3.1Most runs scored in an inning 2.3.2. The most successful run pursuits 2.3.3The fewest number of runs scored in an inning Most runs allowed in an inning 2.3.5Innings with the fewest runs allowed 2.4Records of results 2.4.1 Largest winning margins (by innings) 2.4.2Highest losing scores 2.5Summary of results 2.5.1Number of matches 2.5.2Home advantage 2.5.3Best batting average 2.5.4Highest 100-ball score 2.6Summary table for series winners
Team 1 wins if its total is highest; else null.
Example 1: England and Australia are playing a two-match test series. They have both won one match so the winner is determined by their next match's result. If Australia win the next match then they will be declared series winners; otherwise England will take over as champions.
Example 2: South Africa is playing a three-match test series against India. The first two matches are tied at 1-1 so the final match result determines who wins the series. If South Africa wins the third match then they will be declared series winners; otherwise India will take over as champions.
The career/yearly records of record holders who are presently playing T20Is (i.e. their record specifics given may change) are shown. The proportion of results removes no results and includes ties (regardless of a tiebreaker) as half a victory. The minimum number of matches played to reach this stage is three.
Amongst players who have appeared in at least three years' worth of tournaments, India's Virat Kohli has the highest strike rate of 150.00 with ten 20-ball innings. He is followed by South Africa's Quinton de Kock, Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews, and Australia's Steve Smith. All four have hit at least one six during their careers.
Kohli has also been dismissed for zero twice in T20Is. De Kock has done so once while Matthews and Smith have never been dismissed from the park in any format. In fact, all four have hundreds to their names. Kohli has the most sixes (11), followed by de Kock (10), Mathews (9), and then Smith (8).
India's Rohit Sharma and South Africa's AB de Villiers are the two biggest hitters in the history of the sport with 200 runs scored. They have both hit one hundred in every year they've played test cricket.
Any of a series of championship cricket matches between Australian and English teams. 2: a championship game or series (as in cricket) between teams from several countries, especially the leading ones.
Test matches are played over five days with each team playing another once. The first-class status of these games allows them to be played as long as it does not conflict with that of any other international sport. The only restrictions on when they can be played are that they must be held at a time when there is a ball suitable for play and no day when both teams are scheduled to play exists without an available slot.
They used to be called "The Ashes" because they were won by the side that could keep them longest. But now they're just part of the official record of the results of the England - Australia Test cricket matches.
Each test match brings together the best cricketers from both Australia and England/Australia. They use different rules for one-day games and T20 competitions but they all have one thing in common: they are all test matches.
The term "test match player" is used to describe someone who performs well in test matches.
Australia is widely regarded as the best Test cricket team, having won 350 matches and lost 194. A selection of cricket team names is provided below to assist you come up with your own distinctive and hilarious name. We'd like to thank OpenPlay.co.uk for inspiring us to create this list.
A test series might have anywhere from one to seven matches. Until the early 1990s, international test series were organized between the two national cricket organizations, with umpires supplied by the host side. Since then, all tests have been played under the auspices of the International Cricket Council (ICC). In addition to the two countries, India and Pakistan are the only other nations that play test cricket.
There are currently five such series underway: Australia vs India, Australia vs South Africa, India vs South Africa, and two England tours of the continent, one of which is ongoing. The other England tour was canceled due to security concerns following the September 11 attacks.
All tests beyond level 1 (which is usually defined as three-match series) are considered "Series". Level 1 tests are commonly referred to as "Tests".
The number of tests in each series varies depending on how many games the two teams want to play. If both countries agree to a seven-game series, it will be divided into two three-game series and one four-game series. If they can't come to an agreement, their governments will decide who goes first. Usually, this means that the team without anything to lose goes first. However, if they want to give themselves an advantage, they may choose not to play some of the matches.