Since June 2011- India hosted 19 Test matches at home. They won 10, lost 2, and 7 were drawn.
Here is a stats analysis of all teams that visiting India since 2011
|Visiting team||Season||Series result favouring India|
|West Indies||2011-12||2-0 (3)|
|New Zealand||2012||2-0 (2)|
|West Indies||2013||2-0 (2)|
Here is how visiting teams performed in India. Below there are couple of apparent stats that indicates how Indian bowling has dominated over the last few years. i.e maidens and high rise in Leg before wickets.
The overall LBW victims are 22.83% for visiting batsmen, and when NZ last visited India(2012) they had the maximum of 37.50% dismissed.
Another stats that is very apparent is rise in % maidens bowled by Indians at home. For obvious reason(turning and unplayable surface) the last series fetched 35.10% of maidens for the host. Overall 24.36% since 2011 – against 15.82% for visiting bowlers.
|Visiting teams||WI(2011-12)||NZ (2012)||Eng (2012)||Aus(2013)||WI2013)||SA (2015)||Total|
|Lesser scoring shots||20.54||17.77||16.84||18.67||15.85||13.86||15.42|
|5wkts/10 wkt match||0-0||1-0||3-0||3-0||2-0||2-0||11-0|
Here is how India performed against the visiting teams at home. India has dominated their home turf – scoring 24 centuries in 19 Test matches with run-rate of 3.41 and healthy batting avg of 37.50. Like their batsmen their bowlers too had great success picking 24 five-wicket haul with most coming in last series against South Africa(2015).
However if they pursue preparing surface that is similar to last test series against SA than their batsmen will struggle against discipline quality bowling attack of current NZ squad. Although their bat avg was much higher(26 to 14) against SA, but their batsmen had the highest % of LBW dismissals in that series.
|India||WI(2011-12)||NZ (2012)||Eng (2012)||Aus(2013)||WI2013)||SA (2015)||Total|
|Lesser scoring shots||29.26||16.86||19.00||19.66||25.95||18.21||21.15|
|% LBW||9.09||8.00||15.52||0.00||10.00||20. 00||11.11|
|5wkts/10 wkt match||4||4||2||5||3-1||6-1||24-2|