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When did India last lose a Test to the West Indies?

July 13, 2016 10:24 IST

Rajneesh Gupta tells you all you need to know about India-West Indies Tests.

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IMAGE: Captain Virat Kohli leads the Indian team off the field after the two-day practice game against the West Indies Board President's XI ended in a draw in St Kitts, July 10, 2016. Photograph: BCCI/Twitter

A confident India will look to continue their recent good run when they take on the West Indies in a four-Test series, starting in Antigua, on July 21.

India have been a roll in the last year or so, winning 3-0 against South Africa at home following their 2-1 victory in Sri Lanka.

India will take heart from the fact that they have not lost to the West Indies in the last 14 years, including the last two series played in the Caribbean.

The last time the West Indies beat India in a Test and a series was in May 2002. Since then, India have won all five series played between the two sides and eight out of 15 Tests.

Rajneesh Gupta presents a detailed statistical overview of Test matches between the two teams:

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