India is only two wins away from winning 100 Test matches in the 21st century. If the Indian team achieves this feat in the four-match Test series against England starting here on Friday, it will become the fourth team to do so. India has played 216 Tests since January 1, 2000, in which it has won 98, lost 59 and drawn 59. India’s success rate has been 45.37 percent.
India played its first Test match in June 1932. From then until 31 December 1999, he had played 330 Test matches, of which he had won only 61, 109 lost and 159 draws. His only Test tie was against Australia in 1986–87.
In this century, India has played its most Test against Australia and has won against it. India have won 19 of the 46 Test matches against Australia, while only 16 have lost and 11 draws.
After this, India has played the second highest Test against the West Indies, in which it has won 15 out of 28 matches and has lost only two. India has won 12 and lost 15 against England.
Australia has won the most Test matches since January 1, 2000. The Kangaroos have won 138 out of 232 Test matches. England has won 120 of 266 Tests while South Africa has won 100 out of 204 Tests.