India vs England Test series: Stats, history, records and head-to-head results, 2023–2025 ICC World Test Championship & Anthony de Mello Trophy 2024.

India vs England 2024

India vs England Test series: Stats, history, records and head-to-head results, 2023–2025 ICC World Test Championship & Anthony de Mello Trophy 2024.

Let’s dive into the fascinating history of India-England Test cricket encounters. 🏏

India vs. England Test Matches:
The sport of cricket was introduced to the Indian subcontinent by sailors and traders of the English East India Company in the 17th and 18th centuries. The earliest known record of cricket in India dates back to 1721, and the first cricket club was founded by 1792.
England’s colonial rule played a significant role in popularizing cricket in India. The relationship between England and India propelled the sport’s growth in the subcontinent.
India and England have faced each other in Test matches since 1932. Let’s explore some key moments from their cricketing history:
India in England (1932):
The first-ever Test match between India and England took place at Lord’s, London. England emerged victorious by 158 runs.
The series ended with England winning 1-0, with no draws.
India in England (1933/34):
India played three Tests against England during this series.
The first Test at Gymkhana Ground, Bombay resulted in an England win by 9 wickets.
The second Test at Eden Gardens, Calcutta ended in a draw.
The third Test at Madras Cricket Club Ground, Chepauk, Madras saw England triumph by 202 runs.
The series concluded with England leading 2-0, and one match drawn.
India in England (1946):
England won the first Test at Lord’s, London by 10 wickets.
The second and third Tests, played at Old Trafford and Kennington Oval, respectively, ended in draws.
The series result: England 1, India 0, and 2 draws.
England in India (1951/52):
India achieved a historic victory, winning the last Test in Madras by an innings and 8 runs.
The series included three draws and one win for England.
The overall result: India 1, England 1, and 3 draws.
India in England (1952):
England dominated the series, winning all three Tests.
The second Test at Lord’s, London saw England triumph by 8 wickets.
The third Test at Old Trafford, Manchester resulted in an innings victory for England.
The series outcome: England 3, India 0, and 1 draw.
India in England (1959):
England swept the series, winning all five Tests.
The first Test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham ended in an innings victory for England.
The series result: England 5, India 0.
Fast Forward to India vs. England Test Series 2023–24:
The England cricket team toured India from January to March 2024 to play five Test matches.
The series formed part of the 2023–2025 ICC World Test Championship and featured the Anthony de Mello Trophy.
Notable moments:
In the first Test, England recovered from a first innings deficit of 190 to win by 28 runs. Ollie Pope scored 196 in England’s second innings, and debutant Tom Hartley took 7/62 to seal the win.
In the second Test, India posted 396 in their first innings. A strong counter from England reduced the deficit to 143. Aided by a century from Shubman Gill, India posted a 399-run lead. India won by 106 runs, leveling the series at 1-1.
The third Test saw India post 445 in their first innings. Yashasvi Jaiswal’s career-best 209 helped England reduce the deficit to 126. Yashasvi Jaiswal’s unbeaten 214* in the second innings led India to a 434-run victory, their biggest ever win in terms of runs 3.
The 4th Test is currently in progress at the JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi. On Day 2, Session 2, England batted first and scored 353 runs in their first innings. India, in reply, has scored 98 runs for 2 wickets.
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