Recent Records and Achievements

There is no Test Cricket scheduled until late July, so we have listed below the win / loss results of all the Test playing Countries who have played matches since January 2016.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan have won 1 (all away), and lost 1, in the 2 matches they have played since January 2018 until now. (6/4/2019) See Afghanistan from 2018 to 2019. Afghanistan used 14 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See Afghanistan from 2018 to 2019.

Australia
Australia have won 16 (11 at home), lost 14, with 5 Drawn in the 34 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See Australia from 2016 to 2019. Australia used 36 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See Australia from 2016 to 2019.

Bangladesh
Bangladesh have won 6 (5 at home), lost 14, with 1 Drawn in the 21 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See Bangladesh from 2016 to 2019. Bangladesh used 32 players in this period, and their performances are this chart. See Bangladesh from 2016 to 2019.

England
England have won 20 (14 at home), lost 19, with 5 Drawn in the 44 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See England from 2016 to 2019. England used 38 players in this period, and their performances are this chart. See England from 2016 to 2019.

India
India have won 23 (14 at home), lost 8, with 7 Drawn in the 38 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See India from 2016 to 2019. India used 29 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See India from 2016 to 2019.

Ireland
Ireland have won 0, lost 2, in the 2 matches they have played since May 2018 until now. (6/4/2019) See Ireland from 2018 to 2019. Ireland used 16 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See Ireland from 2016 to 2019.

New Zealand
New Zealand have won 14 (10 at home), lost 8, with 5 Drawn in the 27 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See New Zealand from 2016 to 2019. New Zealand used 26 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See New Zealand from 2016 to 2019.

Pakistan
Pakistan have won 10 (all away), lost 17, with 1 Drawn in the 28 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See Pakistan from 2016 to 2019. Pakistan used 32 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See Pakistan from 2016 to 2019.

South Africa
South Africa have won 20 (16 at Home), lost 11, with 4 Drawn in the 35 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See South Africa from 2016 to 2019. South Africa used 29 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See South Africa from 2016 to 2019.

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka have won 15 (7 at Home), lost 17, with 6 Drawn in the 38 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See Sri Lanka from 2016 to 2019. Sri Lanka used 33 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See Sri Lanka from 2016 to 2019.

West Indies
West Indies have won 9 (6 at Home), lost 16, with 5 Drawn in the 30 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See West Indies from 2016 to 2019. The West Indies used 29 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See West Indies from 2016 to 2019.

Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe have won 1 (away), lost 8, with 1 Drawn in the 10 matches they have played since January 2016 until now. (6/4/2019) See Zimbabwe from 2016 to 2019. Zimbabwe used 27 players in this period, and their performances are in this chart. See Zimbabwe from 2016 to 2019.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated Ireland at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in a match commencing on the 15th March 2019. It was Afghanistan's first Test win in their two matches, which includes their first match against Ireland. See Afghanistan v Ireland. Also, it was the first match played at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium. See Afghanistan v Ireland at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.

England
England defeated New Zealand at Lords on the 14th July 2019. It was their first World Cup Final victory. See List of ODI World Cups. England have now won 4, and lost 1, of the 5 World Cup matches against New Zealand in England. See England v New Zealand .

L R P Taylor (NZL)
Ross Taylor scored 15 runs in the match against England at Lords on the 14th July 2019. It took his World Cup aggregate to 1,002 runs, and he became the second New Zealand player to reach the 1,000 World Cup runs milestone. See Players Scoring Most Runs in World Cup.

England
England defeated Australia at Edgbaston on the 11th July 2019, and have now won 2, and lost 2, and of the 4 World Cup matches against Australia in England. See England v Australia.

J C Buttler (ENG)
Jos Buttler took 1 dismissal in the match against Australia at Edgbaston on the 11th July 2019. It took his aggregate to 200 dismissals, and he became the first England player to reach the 200 dismissals milestone. See Wicket Keepers Making 100 Career Dismissals .

M A Starc (AUS)
Mitchell Starc took 1/70 in the match against England at Edgbaston on the 11th July 2019. It took his aggregate to 27 wickets for the 2019 World Cup, which bettered the record of 26 wickets set by Glenn McGrath at the 2007 World Cup. See Players Taking Most World Cup Wickets in a Single World Cup Tournament.

New Zealand
New Zealand defeated India at Old Trafford on the 10th July 2019, and have now won 4, and lost 1, and of the 5 World Cup matches against India at neutral venues. See India v New Zealand.

Nepal
Nepal defeated Malaysia at the Kinrara Academy Oval on the 13th June 2019, and remain unbeaten in the two matches between the two Countries. See Malaysia v Nepal.

Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe defeated Ireland at The Bready Cricket Club on the 14th July 2019. Zimbabwe have now won 1, and lost 1 with 1 Match Abandoned in three matches of their inaugural series against Ireland in Ireland. See Ireland v Zimbabwe.

Nepal
Nepal defeated Malaysia at the Kinrara Academy Oval on the 13th June 2019, in the inaugural match between the two Countries. See Malaysia v Nepal.

P Khadka (NEP)
Paras Khadka scored 86 not out from 50 balls in the match against Malaysia at Kinrara Academy Oval on the 13th July 2019. It was his highest score, see Best Batting Performances, the highest score by a Nepalese batsman. See Highest Scores for Nepal, and he has now scored 376 runs at an average of 28.92. See Batting Progressive Average and Aggregate Versus All Countries.

Denmark
Denmark defeated Finland at Svanholm Park on the 13th July, and remain unbeaten in both matches between the two Countries. See Denmark v Finland.


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