Touring sides winning just one-fifth of Test series
Flat track bullies are dominating Test cricket.
Barely one-fifth of Test series since 2015 have been won by the touring side, prompting claims host countries have too great an advantage in world cricket.
Just 11 of the past 52 Test series have been won by the visitors.
Top-ranked sides continue to trade wins around the world, with statistics significantly favouring the host nation.
Australia has won six of its past seven Test series at home, with the only blemish coming against South Africa in 2016/17.
The Proteas have won seven of their last eight home series, while India have won their last eight in a row.
England remains undefeated at home dating back to 2013.
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