About Test Series
Test cricket is the longest format of cricket, played over a period of five days between national teams with first-class status. It is considered the most traditional and prestigious format of cricket. Test matches are played under strict rules and regulations set by the International Cricket Council (ICC), and each team gets two innings to bat and bowl, with the team scoring the highest number of runs winning the match.
Test series refer to a set of two or more Test matches played between two national teams. The series is generally played as part of a tour by one team to another, and the team that wins the majority of the matches in the series is declared the winner. Test series are considered a major event in international cricket, with teams competing for rankings and championships like the ICC World Test Championship.