Biggest Wins in Test Cricket by number or runs

 

The Indian cricket team won the second test against New Zealand with a whopping margin of 372 runs at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. This is India's biggest test margin of victory. After the victory, fans started searching for Team India's biggest test victories. Here are Team India's biggest test victories. 

 

Incidentally, India's test win by 372 runs against New Zealand happens to be India's biggest test victory. In the process, the Indian team erased its earlier victory against South Africa by 337 runs in 2015 at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium, Delhi. Here are India's biggest test victories by runs. 

 

372 vs NZ, 2021

337 vs SA, 2015

321 vs NZ, 2016

320 vs Aus, 2008

318 vs WI, 2019

317 vs ENG, 2021

304 vs SL, 2017

 

This once again proved Kohli's supremacy as the successful captain. Six of the seven victories by largest runs came under the captaincy of Kohli. 

 

India's biggest victory at Home came against the West Indies by innings 262 runs at Rajkot, 2018.  India defeated Bangladesh by an innings 239 runs at Dhaka,2007 and defeated Sri Lanka by innings 239 runs at Nagpur,2017, and Australia by innings 219 runs at Kolkata,1998.

 

Biggest Wins in Test Cricket (By Number of Runs)

 

S. No. Team Opposition Margin Venue Year
           
1 England Australia 675 Brisbane 1928
2 Australia England 562 The Oval 1924
3 Australia South Africa 530 Melbourne 1911
4 South Africa Australia 492 Johannesburg 2018
5 Australia Pakistan 491 Perth 2004

 

Biggest Wins in Test Cricket

 

S. No. Team Opposition Margin Venue Year
           
1 England Australia Innings and 579 runs The Oval 1938
2 Australia South Africa Innings and 360 runs Johannesburg 2002
3 West Indies India Innings and 336 runs Kolkata 1958
4 Australia England Innings and 332 runs Brisbane 1946
5 Pakistan New Zealand Innings and 324 runs Lahore 2002



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