With a score of 94 runs at The Oval in the fifth test of 2014 tour, India registered its 24th below 100 team score in test matches. England has been it’s key tormentor. Interestingly, India has so far bowled out it’s opponents below 100 only in 6 test innings, and 4 of them have come […]
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India-West Indies bilateral series have been dominated by bowlers, specially the West Indies bowlers. Not only had the pacers troubled India, but spinners like Gibbs, and Valentine, allrounders like Sobers tested the Indian batsmen. Yet, Kapil Dev of India has the maximum individual bowling records on his name. Check the records.
Gavaskar is the front-runner for all individual century related records in Ind-WI bilateral Test Series. Here is a record of the maximum number of centuries and double centuries by batsmen and team in a series, test and innings.
The contest lies between the two batting greats – Everton Weekes of West Indies and Sunil Gavaskar of India. Both have scored more than 700 runs in 2 different series, although Gavaskar has a better average. Overall the best average of 173.33 belongs to Adams of West Indies who scored 520 runs in 3-Test series […]
The list represents batsmen from West Indies and India who have scored more than 1000 runs in bilateral Test Series. Sobers and Kapil Dev have been the best allrounders from both sides. Gavaskar, who negated the fear of West Indies without helmets, leads the chart with maximum runs.
Captain Dravid led from the front and in the company of devastating Sehwag, Kumble and others won second consecutive series against West Indies for the first time in India-West Indies series history.