Only Test: INDW vs. ENGW: This is a statistical preview

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Only Test: INDW vs. ENGW: This is a statistical preview
India Women and England Women will play a one-off Test at the Dr. DY Patil Sports Academy in Navi Mumbai on December 14, following an exciting T20I series.
India would like to get revenge for their WT20I series loss of 2-1.
This impending Test match would mark the first in more than two years between the two teams.
This is a sneak peek at the statistics.

This is the head-to-head record of the 14 Test matches that India and England women have played so far.
England has only triumphed once, in 1995, whereas the Indian women have won twice. Eleven Tests have resulted in a tie.
Notably, India has defeated England in two of the last three WTests, with the result being a draw in the most recent match (June 2021).

Test cricket record for women from India
Since their debut in 1976, the women of India have participated in 38 Test matches to date. They’ve only managed five victories.
As many as 27 matches have ended in draws, despite the fact that Indian women have lost six Test matches.
It’s interesting to note that India hasn’t dropped a World Test since Australia beat them in February 2006.
Actually, this is still India’s lone World Test loss of the twenty-first century.

The record of England women in Test cricket
With 99 matches under their belt, England Women have far more experience playing Test cricket. There have been 20 victories, 15 defeats, and 64 ties.
The last time the English ladies won a Test match was in January 2014. Since then, they have suffered three losses and five draws in games.
Interestingly, India Women were the opponent in two of these losses.
England, like India, lost the World Test against Australia.

An examination of the best players (batters)
With 325 runs from four matches at 46.42, Smriti Mandhana leads the current Indian team in run scoring in WTests.
At 60.50, youthful Shafali Verma has amassed 242 runs in four innings. Three half-centuries are included in the tall.
Among active players, Heather Knight tops the England Women’s score. With 11 WTests, she has 771 runs at 45.35.

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