All the Stats You Need to Know about Day-Night Tests

Published 11/20/2019, 2:55 AM EST
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Day-night Tests first took place in Adelaide in November 2015 between Australia and New Zealand. Even, over the years Pakistan, West Indies, Sri Lanka, England, and South Africa also have played Test matches in this format but India and Bangladesh have never played in this format before.

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However, India, the number one ranked Test side is also set to play their first-ever day-night Test against Bangladesh in Kolkata from Friday. Australia, New Zealand and England have done fairly well in this format so far.

Here are all the stats you need to know about the day-night Tests:

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Indian team members (AP Photo/Asanka Brendon Ratnayake)

Test 1 – Australia beat New Zealand by 3 wickets at Adelaide, 2015

Test 2 – Pakistan beat West Indies by 56 runs at Dubai, 2016

Test 3 – Australia beat South Africa by 7 wickets at Adelaide, 2016

Test 4 – Australia beat Pakistan by 39 runs at Brisbane, 2016

Test 5 – England beat West Indies by innings and 209 runs at Birmingham, 2017

Test 6 – Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by 68 runs at Dubai, 2017

Test 7 – Australia beat England by 120 runs at Adelaide, 2017

Test 8 – South Africa beat by innings and 120 runs at Port Elizabeth, 2017

Test 9 – New Zealand beat England by innings and 49 runs at Auckland, 2018

Test 10 – Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 4 wickets at Bridgetown, 2018

Test 11 – Australia beat Sri Lanka by innings & 40 runs at Brisbane, 2019

Australia – 5 wins from 5 matches

Sri Lanka – 2 wins, 1 loss from 3 matches

New Zealand – 1 win, 1 loss from 2 matches

England – 1 win, 2 losses from 3 matches

South Africa – 1 win, 1 loss from 2 matches

West Indies – 3 losses from 3 matches

Zimbabwe – 1 loss from 1 match

579/3d – Pakistan vs West Indies at Dubai, 2016

514/8d – England vs West Indies at Birmingham, 2017

482 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan at Dubai, 2017

450 – Pakistan vs Australia at Brisbane, 2016

442/8d – Pakistan vs England at Adelaide, 2017

456 – Azhar Ali

405 – Steve Smith

335 – Asad Shafiq

307 – Usman Khawaja

303 – Alastair Cook

302* – Azhar Ali vs WI at Dubai, 2016

243 – Alastair Cook vs WI at Birmingham, 2017

196 – Dimuth Karunaratne vs PAK at Dubai, 2017

145* – Henry Nicholls vs ENG at Auckland, 2018

145 – Usman Khawaja vs SA at Adelaide, 2016

Bangladesh test team

101.50 – Darren Bravo (203 runs)

91.20 – Azhar Ali (456 runs)

65.33 – Shaun Marsh (196 runs)

60.75 – Peter Handscomb (243 runs)

60.60 – Alastair Cook (303 runs)

2 – Asad Shafiq

1 – 14 other players

26 – Mitchell Starc

21 – Josh Hazlewood

18 – Yasir Shah

17 – Nathan Lyon

16 – Trent Boult

8/49 – Devendra Bishoo vs PAK at Dubai, 2016

6/23 – Pat Cummins vs SL at Brisbane, 2019

6/32 – Trent Boult vs ENG at Auckland, 2018

6/70 – Josh Hazlewood vs NZ at Adelaide, 2015

6/184 – Yasir Shah vs SL at Dubai, 2017

11.38 – Pat Cummins (13 wickets)

12.50 – Trent Boult (16 wickets)

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17.53 – Suranga Lakmal (13 wickets)

17.85 – James Anderson (14 wickets)

17.90 – Devendra Bishoo (10 wickets)

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2 – Trent Boult

2 – Yasir Shah

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