Progressive Wicket Partnerships - Test Cricket

The pages show the progressive wicket partnerships starting when the partnership for the wicket reached or passed the minimum entry condition for that wicket. These minimum entry conditions are 50 runs for the first four wickets, 40 runs for the fifth and sixth wickets, 30 runs for the seventh and eighth wickets and 20 runs for the ninth and tenth wickets. Where no partnership has reached the minimum, then the current record is shown.

Englandat homeawayoverall
England v Australia England v Bangladesh England v India
England v Ireland England v New Zealand England v Pakistan
England v South Africa England v Sri Lanka England v West Indies
England v Zimbabwe
Australiaat homeawayoverall
Australia v Bangladesh Australia v India Australia v New Zealand
Australia v Pakistan Australia v South Africa Australia v Sri Lanka
Australia v West Indies Australia v Zimbabwe
South Africaat homeawayoverall
South Africa v Bangladesh South Africa v India South Africa v New Zealand
South Africa v Pakistan South Africa v Sri Lanka South Africa v West Indies
South Africa v Zimbabwe
West Indiesat homeawayoverall
West Indies v Afghanistan West Indies v Bangladesh West Indies v India
West Indies v New Zealand West Indies v Pakistan West Indies v Sri Lanka
West Indies v Zimbabwe
New Zealandat homeawayoverall
New Zealand v Bangladesh New Zealand v India New Zealand v Pakistan
New Zealand v Sri Lanka New Zealand v Zimbabwe
Indiaat homeawayoverall
India v Afghanistan India v Bangladesh India v Pakistan
India v Sri Lanka India v Zimbabwe
Pakistanat homeawayoverall
Pakistan v Bangladesh Pakistan v Ireland Pakistan v Sri Lanka
Pakistan v Zimbabwe
Sri Lankaat homeawayoverall
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe
Zimbabweat homeawayoverall
Zimbabwe v Afghanistan Zimbabwe v Bangladesh
Bangladeshat homeawayoverall
Bangladesh v Afghanistan
Irelandat homeawayoverall
Ireland v Afghanistan
Afghanistanat homeawayoverall
All Countriesat homeawayoverall

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