INDVWI: Team India must stay with the West Indies! Statistics warning

The tour of West Indies will start from October 4 from the Rajkot Test. The Caribbean team will play the Test series of the first two matches. After that he will play five-match ODI series and then three-match T-20 International series.
West Indies got the chance to play pre-practice matches against Team India before the first test, which was a draw. Ankit Bawne and West Indies’s Sunil Ambrose scored a century in the two-day practice match on behalf of Board President XI.

However, Team India needs to be careful of the West Indies because the stats in the test between the two teams are astonishing. However, Team India is considered to be a hot favorite of this series, but despite this, he can not take the Windies lightly in any situation.

A total of 94 Test matches have been played between India and the West Indies so far, out of which Team India won only 18, while 30 matches were played by the Caribbean team. 46 Test draws. Let’s take a look at the data between India and West Indies:

Indian Cricket Team

Total – 94 Tests

India won- 18

West Indies won by 30 runs

Draw – 46
Test records played between the two teams in India are as follows

Total matches- 45

India won- 11

Windies won 14

Draw – 20

In view of this, the West Indies team’s side is huge in terms of records. However, Team India is expected to be dominating in the two-match Test series because the Caribbeans now have no edge in what happened in the 80s.

Highest and minimum team score

It is a coincidence that the highest score of both the teams is the same. However, Team India has been ahead of the difference in the wicket. The highest score of the West Indies was declared on 644 runs in 8 wickets. Team India’s highest score was declared on 644 runs in 7 wickets.

Talking of the minimum scores, in 1987, Team India was reduced to 75 runs only, in 2006 the West Indies team was all out for 103 runs. Both teams have the highest and minimum scores against each other.

Highest score by batsman

West Indian Rohan Kanhai’s highest score is 256, which he made in 1958 in the Eden Gardens of Kolkata. This is the best score by any Caribbean batsman against India. On the other hand, India’s record of best score against West Indies is recorded in the list of great Sunil Gavaskar, who scored an unbeaten 236 in Chennai’s Chepauk Stadium. Gavaskar has scored three double hundreds against the West Indies and no such Indian batsman has been able to do such a thing till now.

Highest wicket

Kapil Dev’s record for most test wickets against West Indies is given by India. Dev has taken 89 wickets in 41 innings. The record for most Test wickets against West Indies is the name of Malcolm Marshall. Marshall has taken 76 wickets in 30 innings.

Most runs

Sunil Gavaskar is the top runner in the highest run in Tests between India and the West Indies. Little Master scored 2,749 runs in 48 innings. Clive Lloyd is second in this case, who scored 2,344 runs in 44 innings.