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    Pakistan's impressive win percentage in England

    Highest Test win percentage for touring teams in England since 2011:
    1. Pak= 50%
    2. SA= 42.86%
    3. Aus= 26.67%
    4. NZ= 25%
    5. WI= 22.22%
    6. Ind= 14.29%
    7. SL= 12.50%

    Reason to be optimistic? Always enjoy watching test cricket in England.
    Looking forward to Naseem, Shaheen and Babar this time around.

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    Impressive indeed.

    These stats also shows that Windies are no longer minnows.

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    50% is more than impressive.
    Very good record.

    I am surprised to see that Australia has less winning %, they play regularly in England.

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    Australia play them much regularly.Pakistan did not play on english soil in the first half of decade.Only two series in 2016 and 2018.In both they were competitive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan hunt View Post
    Highest Test win percentage for touring teams in England since 2011:
    1. Pak= 50%
    2. SA= 42.86%
    3. Aus= 26.67%
    4. NZ= 25%
    5. WI= 22.22%
    6. Ind= 14.29%
    7. SL= 12.50%

    Reason to be optimistic? Always enjoy watching test cricket in England.
    Looking forward to Naseem, Shaheen and Babar this time around.
    Show the stats of how many matches all these teams have played since 2011.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammar_merry View Post
    Show the stats of how many matches all these teams have played since 2011.


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    Impressive, considering PAK players now days donít play in County anymore.

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    Look, it's definitely impressive.

    It also shows that when Pakistan come to England, you usually get a 'happening' series.

    2006 - Darrel Hair and Ovalgate
    2010 - The emergence of Amir and Spotfixing
    2015 - The ' Misbah Push Up' series, That Younis Oval double ton. What a series, for all the right reasons!
    2017 - Limited two match series, precursor to the India Series later that summer. Possibly Pakistan's strongest post MisYou SENA performance to date. Enter Mohammed Abbas.

    Just goes to show the entertainment value whenever Pakistan are in town. I realise that 5 match series are reserved for the Ashes and for India for ££ purposes, but it's Pakistan who England should consider host for a full five match series in the future.

    Hopefully InshAllah we get a good series again.
    Last edited by KingOfPakBreakfast; 2nd August 2020 at 23:32.

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    It's good but would rather win a series than have a higher win percentage. Haven't won a series in England for ages. Even drawing series, whilst a drawn series in England is harder than a won series in UAE, honestly I'd prefer the won series in UAE. When Misbah captained that series, felt liked a missed opportunity, felt Pakistan were the better team that series and we should have closed out the win.
    Last edited by ads101; 3rd August 2020 at 00:01.


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