Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Stadium History and Test Records

After leading 1-0 at SuperSport Park, India will want a 2-0 lead in a three-match test series against South Africa at Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.

Virat kohli and Co. excelled in the overseas Tests last year. They have registered wins in Brisbane, London and most recently in Centurion. The hosts South Africa will want to stem the momentum of India’s victory at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg this week.

The second match of the ICC World Test Championship series will begin at 1:30pm IST tomorrow.

Before the game kicks off, here are some key stats you need to know from the Pre-Tests taking place at Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.

Today India vs South Africa Field History 2021: Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

Test matches played: 42

Home team wins: 18

The away team wins: 13

Matches drawn: 11

Highest team score: 652/7 December. – Australia and South Africa, 2002

Lowest team score: 49 – Pakistan vs South Africa, 2013

Highest individual score: 214 – Greg Blewett (AUS) vs South Africa, 1997

Best Bowling Character (Play): 9/11 – Hugh Tayfield (SA) vs England, 1957

Best Bowling Characters (Match): 13/192 – Hugh Tayfield (SA) vs England, 1957

The most successful chase: 310/8 – Australia vs South Africa, 2011

Average running speed: 3.06

Head-to-head at Wanderers Stadium: Play – 5, Win South Africa – 0, Win India – 2, Draw – 3.

SuperSport Park – South Africa vs Sri Lanka match statistics in 2021

🏆 RESULTS | VICTORY BY 10 TICKETS Starters Dean Elgar and Aiden Markram take us over the fence to claim victory and finish #BetwayTest Series 2-0🇱🇰 Sri Lanka – 157 & 211🇿🇦 South Africa 302 & 67/0#SAvSL #SeeUsOnThePitch

While South Africa have never beaten India at the Wanderers Stadium, they crushed Sri Lanka with 10 shots in the final test in Johannesburg.

The away team wins the throw and defeats first. Kusal Perera scored 50 points, but Anrich Nortje’s six-stroke helped South Africa beat their rivals with just 157 runs.

In response, Proteas hit a total of 302 runs, surpassing Dean Elgar’s 127 runs. Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne’s century in the second half ensured the home side beat again, but the island’s players could only aim for 67 runs, which South Africa chased without falling. sweaty.

Two hitters scored a ton in the final test at Wanderers Stadium, while the beaters took all 30 dropped shots in Johannesburg.

Edited by Arjun Panchadar Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Stadium History and Test Records

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