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    Teams ranked by number of home Test series lost since 2010

    Incase of same number of series lost, team losing more recently takes the lower position.

    1) India - 1 vs Eng 2012 (1-2)

    2) Eng - 2 vs SA 2012 (0-2), vs Srl 2014 (0-1)

    3) Pak - 2; vs NZ 2018 (1-2), vs Srl 2017 (0-2)

    4) SA - 4; vs Aus 2014 (1-2), vs Eng 2016 (1-2), vs Srl 2019 (0-2), vs Eng 2020 (1-3)

    5) NZ - 5 ; vs Aus 2010 (0-2), vs Pak 2010 (0-1), vs SA 2012 (0-1), vs SA 2017 (0-1), vs Aus 2016 (0-2)

    6) Aus - 5; vs Eng 2010 (1-3), vs SA 2013 (0-1), vs SA 2017 (1-2), vs Ind 2018 (1-2), vs Ind 2021 (1-2)

    7) Srl - 6

    8) WI - 8

    9) BD - 9
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    Pakistan shouldn't be considered. They played all their matches at a neutral venue, so not "home". India has the best home record followed by NZL and England in the last 10 years.

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    Interesting to see how much Eng and NZ have grown during the last decade and home numbers show that for the majority of the second half. These performances also illustrate that Aus has struggled against some quality fast bowling in their home conditions.

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    SL is such a unique team, defeated Eng and SA away and lost half a dozen home series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by szrana007 View Post
    Pakistan shouldn't be considered. They played all their matches at a neutral venue, so not "home". India has the best home record followed by NZL and England in the last 10 years.
    It was the adapted home for Pak so has to be included.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperion66 View Post
    SL is such a unique team, defeated Eng and SA away and lost half a dozen home series.
    Exactly.

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    Pakistan's over reliance on spin in UAE has given them a good record but in return it has taken pacers in the background and that is clear from the overseas struggle for most part of the decade where pacers have to do the heavy lifting except a series win vs NZ earlier in the decade and couple of drawn series against Eng.

    Not sure how strong the home record for Pak would be in Pak in this decade but, I definitely expect some pacers to come in the reckoning again which should help in overseas tours.
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    Pakistan will lose more at home in this decade now that we are back in Pakistan. The likes of Australia, England and New Zealand will enjoy Pakistani conditions more than UAE ones. Their pacers will be much more effective and the batsmen will also score more fluently.

    And we should hope that India continues to avoid bilateral cricket with Pakistan because it will be a massacre whenever they decide to tour.

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    How many draws? I think India drew only 1 series at home in this period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Pakistan will lose more at home in this decade now that we are back in Pakistan. The likes of Australia, England and New Zealand will enjoy Pakistani conditions more than UAE ones. Their pacers will be much more effective and the batsmen will also score more fluently.
    There is definitely high chance for that. I think it It wont be a bad trade off if we can somehow develop better pace bowling unit in this decade with bit more encouragement for pacers than almost non existent one in the last decade. Whatever it will be it definitely wont give the escape through spin route against top teams as easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanRyan10 View Post
    How many draws? I think India drew only 1 series at home in this period.
    I am pretty sure India has the highest win% age at home so most likely the least number of draws as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanRyan10 View Post
    How many draws? I think India drew only 1 series at home in this period.
    Saffers in 2010 was a draw. England in 2012 was a loss. We have won every other series I think.


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    Draws should be calculated too Eng drew against NZ and Aus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Pakistan will lose more at home in this decade now that we are back in Pakistan. The likes of Australia, England and New Zealand will enjoy Pakistani conditions more than UAE ones. Their pacers will be much more effective and the batsmen will also score more fluently.

    And we should hope that India continues to avoid bilateral cricket with Pakistan because it will be a massacre whenever they decide to tour.
    Can't pakistan just prepare slow pitches when those teams tour? And if Sri Lanka etc..tour prepare faster pitches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Incase of same number of series lost, team losing more recently takes the lower position.

    1) India - 1 vs Eng 2012 (1-2)

    2) Eng - 2 vs SA 2012 (0-2), vs Srl 2014 (0-1)

    3) Pak - 2; vs NZ 2018 (1-2), vs Srl 2017 (0-2)

    4) SA - 4; vs Aus 2014 (1-2), vs Eng 2016 (1-2), vs Srl 2019 (0-2), vs Eng 2020 (1-3)

    5) NZ - 5 ; vs Aus 2010 (0-2), vs Pak 2010 (0-1), vs SA 2012 (0-1), vs SA 2017 (0-1), vs Aus 2016 (0-2)

    6) Aus - 5; vs Eng 2010 (1-3), vs SA 2013 (0-1), vs SA 2017 (1-2), vs Ind 2018 (1-2), vs Ind 2021 (1-2)

    7) Srl - 6

    8) WI - 8

    9) BD - 9
    Ranked by how many they failed to win at home in the same period to add more context.

    Teams failing to win series at home,


    1) 15% - Ind 3 ( out of 19 )

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    2) 30% - NZ 7 ( out of 23)
    3) 30% - Eng 7 ( out of 23)
    4) 36% - Aus 7 ( out of 19)
    5) 38% - SA 8 ( out of 21)

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    6) 46% - Pak (7 out of 15)
    7) 47% - WI 8 ( out of 17)

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    8) 61% - SL 13 ( out of 21)

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    9) 83% - BD ( 15 out of 18)


    For Pakistan, UAE and Pakistan are combined.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffet View Post
    Ranked by how many they failed to win at home in the same period to add more context.

    Teams failing to win series at home,


    1) 15% - Ind 3 ( out of 19 )

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    2) 30% - NZ 7 ( out of 23)
    3) 30% - Eng 7 ( out of 23)
    4) 36% - Aus 7 ( out of 19)
    5) 38% - SA 8 ( out of 21)

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    6) 46% - Pak (7 out of 15)
    7) 47% - WI 8 ( out of 17)

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    8) 61% - SL 13 ( out of 21)

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    9) 83% - BD ( 15 out of 18)


    For Pakistan, UAE and Pakistan are combined.
    Your Pakistan stats are not correct. Pakistan played 12 series in UAE and 2 series in Pakistan from 2010 onwards, so total 14 series and won 8 of those, lost 2 and drew 4. So Pak failed to win 6 out of 14 series, which in percentage terms equal 42.8 %

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    Nobody talks about which country provides the most neutral pitches where both host and visiting teams can win matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaag Viru Bhaag View Post
    Nobody talks about which country provides the most neutral pitches where both host and visiting teams can win matches.
    Bangladesh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by szrana007 View Post
    Your Pakistan stats are not correct. Pakistan played 12 series in UAE and 2 series in Pakistan from 2010 onwards, so total 14 series and won 8 of those, lost 2 and drew 4. So Pak failed to win 6 out of 14 series, which in percentage terms equal 42.8 %
    I think Buffet might also have included the home series which Pak played against Aus in Eng in 2010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    I think Buffet might also have included the home series which Pak played against Aus in Eng in 2010.
    No, tried to take it out, but the screen had some extra entry.


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    Cric info puts ICC World Test Championship, 2019-2021 as a separate entry even though it will be already counted as another series. Data I posted maybe having issues for other countries as well if the same issue is present for all countries.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffet View Post
    Ranked by how many they failed to win at home in the same period to add more context.

    Teams failing to win series at home,


    1) 15% - Ind 3 ( out of 19 )

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    2) 30% - NZ 7 ( out of 23)
    3) 30% - Eng 7 ( out of 23)
    4) 36% - Aus 7 ( out of 19)
    5) 38% - SA 8 ( out of 21)

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    6) 46% - Pak (7 out of 15)
    7) 47% - WI 8 ( out of 17)

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    8) 61% - SL 13 ( out of 21)

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    9) 83% - BD ( 15 out of 18)


    For Pakistan, UAE and Pakistan are combined.
    Interesting. Pak seems to have played least number of home series, this should improve in the coming decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffet View Post
    Cric info puts ICC World Test Championship, 2019-2021 as a separate entry even though it will be already counted as another series. Data I posted maybe having issues for other countries as well if the same issue is present for all countries.
    No problem. Thanks for sharing anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Interesting. Pak seems to have played least number of home series, this should improve in the coming decade.
    Yes, on top of that it was not really at home. Playing in Pakistan should provide many young kids to watch international stars in action and get inspired.


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    That 2012 English side had so many match winners; beating India in India is the toughest job.
    Take India's record with an asterisk tho, as Pak never played against them.

    This decade, I don't see anyone beating India in India. Maybe if Root/Stokes/Archer have monstrous series simultaneously. NZ don't have enough spinning options to trouble India and Australia are scarred and overrated. Rest are simply not good enough or probably won't even play India until 2030.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhenSultansBowled View Post
    That 2012 English side had so many match winners; beating India in India is the toughest job.
    Take India's record with an asterisk tho, as Pak never played against them.

    This decade, I don't see anyone beating India in India. Maybe if Root/Stokes/Archer have monstrous series simultaneously. NZ don't have enough spinning options to trouble India and Australia are scarred and overrated. Rest are simply not good enough or probably won't even play India until 2030.
    We will bring Sri Lanka for Kohliís retirement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffet View Post
    Ranked by how many they failed to win at home in the same period to add more context.

    Teams failing to win series at home,


    1) 15% - Ind 3 ( out of 19 )
    Since 2010?

    I remember Eng beating us in 2012, SA drawing in 2010. Which is the third team to achieve the feat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swashbuckler View Post
    Since 2010?

    I remember Eng beating us in 2012, SA drawing in 2010. Which is the third team to achieve the feat?
    As I stated earlier, Cricinfo puts an extra entry for WTC and I did not spot it when filtering.

    For India, it's 2 series where they failed to win at home.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Swashbuckler View Post
    Since 2010?

    I remember Eng beating us in 2012, SA drawing in 2010. Which is the third team to achieve the feat?
    India have played 18 series at home since 2010, and failed to win 2 of them. Not 3 out of 19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffet View Post
    Ranked by how many they failed to win at home in the same period to add more context.

    Teams failing to win series at home,


    1) 15% - Ind 3 ( out of 19 )

    ----

    2) 30% - NZ 7 ( out of 23)
    3) 30% - Eng 7 ( out of 23)
    4) 36% - Aus 7 ( out of 19)
    5) 38% - SA 8 ( out of 21)

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    6) 46% - Pak (7 out of 15)
    7) 47% - WI 8 ( out of 17)

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    8) 61% - SL 13 ( out of 21)

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    9) 83% - BD ( 15 out of 18)


    For Pakistan, UAE and Pakistan are combined.
    Your WI and SL stats are completely incorrect too. WI have played 16 home series since 2010. And they have won only 5 of them, so they have failed to win 11/16 series, which in percentage terms = 68.75 %. SL have played 19 home series since 2010 and won 7 of them, so they have failed to win 12/19 series, which in percentage terms= 63.15 %. So SL's failing to win percentage is lesser than WI's failing to win percentage and thus SL should be ahead of WI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by szrana007 View Post
    Your WI and SL stats are completely incorrect too. WI have played 16 home series since 2010. And they have won only 5 of them, so they have failed to win 11/16 series, which in percentage terms = 68.75 %. SL have played 19 home series since 2010 and won 7 of them, so they have failed to win 12/19 series, which in percentage terms= 63.15 %. So SL's failing to win percentage is lesser than WI's failing to win percentage and thus SL should be ahead of WI.
    As I stated earlier, all of the data is wrong. You can safely ignore the calculations based on the wrong data I did earlier.


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    Hereís the ranking since 2013:

    1) India - 0

    2) Eng - 1 vs Srl 2014 (0-1)

    3) NZ - 2; vs SA 2017 (0-1), vs Aus 2016 (0-2)

    4) Pak - 2; vs NZ 2018 (1-2), vs Srl 2017 (0-2)

    5) SA - 4; vs Aus 2014 (1-2), vs Eng 2016 (1-2), vs Srl 2019 (0-2), vs Eng 2020 (1-3)

    6) Aus - 4; vs SA 2013 (0-1), vs SA 2017 (1-2), vs Ind 2018 (1-2), vs Ind 2021 (1-2)

    7) SL - 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyWarsFan View Post
    Can't pakistan just prepare slow pitches when those teams tour? And if Sri Lanka etc..tour prepare faster pitches.
    Yes they must.


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