“Test” format is one in which the players’ mental and physical abilities are put to the ultimate test. Test competitions are played between the national representative teams of several countries. In a test match, each team bats for two innings, and an inning is deemed to be complete only when the team that is currently batting has no more batters available or when the captain of the team that bats first declares that the inning is over. In the sport of cricket, the test format is often regarded as the most competitive and thrilling of the available options. You can watch both men and **women cricket match videos** of test matches on various online platforms.

The batting performance of the batters and the bowling performance of the bowlers both increase as a result of this factor. Because in this tournament only the best batters advance and the teams that come out on top are the ones who have the finest bowlers on their rosters, why? Let’s take a look at the teams that performed the best in terms of their winning percentage in the test.

**Australia, which accounts for 47.38 per cent of the total**

Between the years 1877 and 2022, Australia played in a total of 842 matches, winning 339 of them, losing 226 of them, having two matches finish in a draw, and having 215 matches end in a tie. 1.76 is the ratio of victories to losses, 47.38 per cent of matches were won, 26.84 per cent were lost, and 25.53 per cent were drawn. The proportion of matches drawn was 25.53 per cent.

**South Africa, accounts for 38.49% of the total.**

South Africa took part in 452 matches between 1889 and 2022, of which they won 174, lost 154, had 0 matches finish in a tie, and had 124 matches end in a draw. Overall, they had a winning record of 174 and a losing record of 154. The number of matches won is 38.49%, the number of matches lost is 34.07%, and the number of matches drawn is 27.43%. The ratio of wins to losses is 1.12, and the percentage of matches won is more than the percentage of matches lost.

**The England, with a proportion of 36.15 per cent**

During the years 1877–2022, England played in a total of 1051 matches, of which they won 380, lost 316, had 0 matches finish in a tie, and had 354 matches end in a draw. Overall, England had a winning record of 380 matches and a losing record of 316 matches. The number of matches won is 36.15%, the percentage of matches lost is 30.06%, and the percentage of matches drawn is 33.68%. The ratio of wins to losses is 1.20, and the percentage of matches won, lost, and drawn is as follows:

**Pakistan, coming in at 32.60%**

Between the years 1952 and 2022, Pakistan played a total of 444 matches, with 145 victories, 135 defeats, and 164 matches ending in a tie. There was not a single match that finished in a draw of any kind. The number of matches won is 32.65%, the number of matches lost is 30.4%, and the number of matches drawn is 36.93%. The win-to-loss ratio is 1.07. There have been 1.07 victories for every defeat.

**The West Indies, with a share of 31.85 per cent**

Between the years 1928 and 2022, West Indies played in a total of 565 matches, of which they won 180 of them, lost 204 of them, had one match finish in a tie, and drew 179 of the remaining matches. The number of matches won is 31.85%, the number of matches lost is 36.1%, and the number of matches drawn is 31.68%. The ratio of wins to losses is 0.88, and the percentage of matches won, lost, and drawn is as follows:

**Sri Lanka, with a percentage of 31.68%**

Sri Lanka played in 303 matches between 1982 and 2022, of which they won 96, lost 115, had 0 matches finish in a tie, and had 92 matches end in a draw. Overall, they had a win-loss record of 96-115-0. The number of matches won is 31.68%, the number of matches lost is 37.95%, and the number of matches drawn is 30.36%. The ratio of wins to losses is 0.83, and the percentage of wins to losses is 0.83.

**India, which accounts for 29.89% of the whole.**

Between the years 1932 and 2022, India played in a total of 562 matches, winning 168 of them, losing 173 of them, and having one match finish in a tie while also having 220 matches end in a draw. The number of matches won is 29.89%, the number of matches lost is 30.78%, and the number of matches drawn is 39.14%. The ratio of wins to losses is 0.97, and the percentage of matches won is 29.89%, while the percentage of matches lost is 30.78%.

**New Zealand, accounts for 23.79% of the total.**

New Zealand took part in 458 matches between 1930 and 2022, of which they won 109, lost 180, had 0 matches finish in a tie, and had 168 matches end in a draw. Overall, they had a win-loss record of 109-180-0. The number of matches won is 23.79%, the number of matches lost is 39.3%, and the number of matches drawn is 36.68%. The ratio of wins to losses is 0.60, and the percentage of wins to losses is 39.3%.

**Bangladesh, coming in at 11.94% of the total.**

In the 134 matches that Bangladesh participated in between the years 2000 and 2022, they had a total record of 16 wins, 99 losses, 0 matches that ended in a tie, and 18 matches that ended in a draw. The number of matches won is 11.94%, the number of matches lost is 73.88%, and the number of matches drawn is 13.43%. The ratio of wins to losses is 0.16, and the percentages of wins and losses are as follows:

**Zimbabwe with 11.3%**

Between the years 1992 and 2021, Zimbabwe played in 115 matches, of which they won 13, lost 74, tied 0 times, and drew 28 times. Overall, they had a win-loss record of 13-74-28. Overall, they finished with 13 victories, 74 defeats, and 28 ties. The number of matches won is 11.3%, the number of matches lost is 64.34%, and the number of matches drawn is 24.34%. The ratio of wins to losses is 0.17, and the percentage of matches won is 0.17.

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