Most consecutive national records

Most consecutive national records

Post by Aslam Siddiq » Wed, 13 Dec 1995 04:00:00


All sequences listed are INCLUSIVE.

A. Most consecutive Test matches (Win-Loss) without a draw:

              W   L
Eng    22    17   5     Adelaide, 1884-85  to  Adelaide, 1891-92
Aus    19     5  14     Adelaide, 1884-85  to  Adelaide, 1891-92
SAf    14     4  10     Johannesburg (1st), 1909-10  to  Lord's (v Aus), 1912
WI     11    11   0     Bridgetown, 1983-84  to  Adelaide, 1984-85
NZ      9     1   8     Madras, 1955-56  to  Manchester, 1958
Ind    13     4   9     Leeds, 1967  to  Nagpur, 1969-70
Pak    11*    5   6     Johannesburg, 1994-95  to  current
SL      5     0   5     Lucknow, 1993-94  to  Kandy 1994-95
Zim     4*    1   3     Harare, 1994-95  to  current

B. Most consecutive Test wins:

Eng     7     Melbourne (5th), 1884-85  to  Sydney, 1887-88
              Lord's, 1926  to  Adelaide, 1928-29
Aus     8     Sydney, 1920-21  to  Leeds, 1921
SAf     5     Port Elizabeth, 1966-67  to  Port Elizabeth, 1969-70
WI     11     Bridgetown, 1983-84  to  Adelaide,1984-85
NZ      2     Christchurch  and  Wellington, 1982-83
              Auckland  and  Dunedin, 1984-85
Ind     4     Calcutta, 1992-93  to  Delhi, 1992-93
Pak     3     On six occasions: 1957-58  to  1958-59; 1978-79;
              twice in 1982-83; 1985-86 and 1994-95  to  1995-96
SL      2     Faisalabad  and Sialkot, 1995-96
Zim     1     Harare, 1994-95

C. Most consecutive Test defeats:

Eng     8     Sydney, 1920-21  to  Leeds, 1921
Aus     7     Melbourne (5th), 1884-85  to  Sydney, 1887-88
SAf     8     Port Elizabeth, 188-89  to  Cape Town, 1898-99
WI      4     Adelaide, 1930-31  to  Melbourne, 1930-31
              Melbourne (3rd), 1975-76  to  Melbourne (6th), 1975-76
NZ      6     Johannesburg, 1953-54  to  Lahore, 1955-56
Ind     7     Leeds, 1967  to  Sydney, 1967-68
Pak     4     Leeds, 1971  to  Sydney, 1972-73
              Faisalabad, 1995-96  to  Hobart, 1995-96
SL      5     Lucknow, 1993-94  to  Kandy, 1994-95
Zim     3     Delhi, 1992-93  to  Rawalpindi, 1993-94
        3*    Bulawayo, 1994-95  to  current

aslam
GO COLTS!!!

 
 
 

Most consecutive national records

Post by Ible » Fri, 15 Dec 1995 04:00:00

Aslam Sahib, thanks for the excellent stats. One correction though.


Quote:
> All sequences listed are INCLUSIVE.
> B. Most consecutive Test wins:

> Pak     3     On six occasions: 1957-58  to  1958-59; 1978-79;
>               twice in 1982-83; 1985-86 and 1994-95  to  1995-96

This should be

Pak     4       Karachi vs NZ 1990-1 to Karachi vs WI 1990-1
 (won the series against NZ 3-0 and then the first test against WI).

Quote:
> aslam
> GO COLTS!!!

BTW, what are the records for most consecutive tests without a defeat?
For Pakistan the longest sequence is 16 (did not lose between the
2nd test vs WI at Lahore 86-7 and the 3rd test vs WI in 87-8).

Regards,

-Nauman Chaudhry

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Most consecutive national records

Post by Aslam Siddiq » Fri, 15 Dec 1995 04:00:00

 Thanks for the correction. I'll post the answer to your query later, if I
can't find it in the cricinfo.

aslam

Quote:
> Aslam Sahib, thanks for the excellent stats. One correction though.


>> All sequences listed are INCLUSIVE.
>> B. Most consecutive Test wins:
>> Pak     3     On six occasions: 1957-58  to  1958-59; 1978-79;
>>               twice in 1982-83; 1985-86 and 1994-95  to  1995-96
> This should be
> Pak     4       Karachi vs NZ 1990-1 to Karachi vs WI 1990-1
>  (won the series against NZ 3-0 and then the first test against WI).
>> aslam
>> GO COLTS!!!
> BTW, what are the records for most consecutive tests without a defeat?
> For Pakistan the longest sequence is 16 (did not lose between the
> 2nd test vs WI at Lahore 86-7 and the 3rd test vs WI in 87-8).
> Regards,
> -Nauman Chaudhry