Test matches (1918–1939)

England in Australia 1920–21

Captains: W Armstrong (Australia) & JWHT Douglas (England)Result: Australia won 5 test series 5–0

Australia in England 1921

Captains: JWHT Douglas (Tests 1–2) & Hon. LH Tennyson (Tests 3–5) (England) & WW Armstrong (Australia)Result: Australia won 5 Test series 3–0

Australia in South Africa 1921–22

"Match length: 4 Days. Balls per over: 6. Series result: AUS 1–0."

England in South Africa 1922–23

Captains: HW Taylor (South Africa) & FT Mann (England)Result: England won 5 test series 2–1

outh Africa in England 1924

Captains: AER Gilligan (England) & HW Taylor (South Africa)Result: England won 5 test series 3–0

England in Australia 1924–25

Captains: HL Collins (Australia) & AER Gilligan (England)Result: Australia won 5 test series 4–1

Australia in England 1926

Captains: AW Carr (England) & HL Collins (Australia)Result: England won 5 test series 1–0

England in South Africa 1927–28

Captains: HG Deane (South Africa) & RT Stanyforth (England)Result: 5 test series drawn 2–2

West Indies in England 1928

Captains: APF Chapman (England) & RK Nunes (West Indies)Result: England won 3 test series 3–0

England in Australia 1928–29

Captains: J Ryder (Australia) & APF Chapman (England)Result: England won 5 test series 4–1

outh Africa in England 1929

Captains: JC White (England) & HG Deane (South Africa)Result: England won 5 test series 2–0

England in New Zealand 1929–30

Captains: TC Lowry (New Zealand) & AHH Gilligan (England)Result: England won 4 Test series 1–0

England in West Indies 1929–30

Captains: ELG Hoad (West Indies) & Hon. FSG Calthorpe (England)Result: 4 test series drawn 1–1

Australia in England 1930

Captains: APF Champan (England) & WM Woodfull (Australia)Result: Australia won 5 test series 2–1

England in South Africa 1930–31

Captains: HG Deane (South Africa) & APF Chapman (England)Result: South Africa won 5 test series 1–0

West Indies in Australia 1930–31

Captains: WM Woodfull (Australia) & GC Grant (West Indies)Result: Australia won 5 test series 4–1

New Zealand in England 1931

Captains: DR Jardine (England) & TC Lowry (New Zealand)Result: England won 3 Test series 1–0

outh Africa in Australia 1931–32

Captains: WM Woodfull (Australia) & HB Cameron (South Africa)Result: Australia won 5 test series 5–0

outh Africa in New Zealand 1931–32

Captains: ML Page (New Zealand) & HB Cameron (South Africa)Result: South Africa won 2 test series 2–0

India in England 1932

Captains: DR Jardine (England) & CK Nayudu (India)Result: England won 1 test series 1–0

England in Australia 1932–33

Captains: WM Woodfull (Australia) & DR Jardine (England)Result: England won 5 test series 4–1

England in New Zealand 1932–33

Captains: ML Page (New Zealand) & DR Jardine (England)Result: 2 Test series drawn 0–0

West Indies in England 1933

Captains: DR Jardine (England) & GC Grant (West Indies)Result: England won 3 test series 2–0

England in India 1933–34

Captains: CK Nayudu (India) & DR Jardine (England)Result: England won 3 test series 2–0

Australia in England 1934

Captains: RES Wyatt (England) & WM Woodfull (Australia)Result: Australia won 5 test series 2–1

England in West Indies 1934–35

Captains: GC Grant (West Indies) & RES Wyatt (England)Result: West Indies won 4 test series 2–1

outh Africa in England 1935

Captains: RES Wyatt (England) & HF Wade (South Africa)Result: South Africa won 5 test series 1–0

Australia in South Africa 1935–36

Captains: HF Wade (South Africa) & VY Richardson (Australia)Result: Australia won 5 test series 4–0

India in England 1936

Captains: GOB Allen (England) & Maharaj of Vizianagram (India)Result: England won 3 test series 2–0

England in Australia 1936–37

Captains: DG Bradman (Australia) & GOB Allen (England)Result: Australia won 5 test series 3–2

New Zealand in England 1937

Captains: RWV Robins (England) & ML Page (New Zealand)Result: England won 3 Test series 1–0

Australia in England 1938

Captains: WR Hammond (England) & DG Bradman (Australia)Result: 4 test series drawn 1–1 (an additional scheduled match was abandoned without a ball being bowled)

England in South Africa 1938–39

Captains: A Melville (South Africa) & WR Hammond (England)Result: England won 5 test series 1–0

West Indies in England 1939

Captains: WR Hammond (England) & RS Grant (West Indies)Result: England won 3 Test series 1–0

References

Wisden 2006


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