West Indies team holds the record of most consecutive draws. 10 consecutive tests

West Indies in 70s and 80s was known for its aggressive style of cricket and dominated the cricket era of that time. But do you know, that aggressive West Indies team have not won a single test in about 2 years. They have not lost a test match either. Thus, West Indies team holds the record of most consecutive draws. 10 consecutive DRAW tests.

From Mar 1971 till Mar 1973 all the test matches played by West Indies were ended as DRAW. They have played total of 10 test matches during that period all resulted in a DRAW. This is still a record of most consecutive draws when they played 10 consecutive DRAW test matches.


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