Currently, India and Pakistan are jointly on top in terms of winning the most consecutive bilateral series against a single team. India has so far won 11 consecutive ODI series against West Indies. It has started in 2007. Pakistan has also won 11 consecutive series against Zimbabwe. If India wins the second ODI, it will leave Pakistan behind and occupy the top alone. Although Pakistan has
A crushing defeat was found in 2006
In 2006, the Indian team played 5 ODIs on the West Indies tour. India won the first match by 5 wickets. After that the team lost the second match by one run. India needed two runs to win and Dwayne Bravo bowled Yuvraj Singh. After this India lost all three matches. West Indies won the series 4-1. Since then West Indies have not won a bilateral ODI series against India even once.
Most consecutive ODI series wins against a team (minimum three match series)
|crew||Opponent||series win||since when|
|India||West Indies||11*||2007 to present|
|Pakistan||Zimbabwe||11*||1996 to present|
|Pakistan||West Indies||10*||1999 to present|
|South Africa||Zimbabwe||9*||1995 to present|
|India||Sri Lanka||9*||2007 to present|
All top-5 teams invincible
The top-5 teams that have won the most consecutive bilateral ODI series against a single team are still invincible. Even if India reaches the top, there will be a chance to overtake it against Pakistan.