The Wisden Trophy, presented to the winner of the Test cricket series, is contested between England and the West Indies in accordance with the ICC's future tours programme. The trophy was awarded for the first time in 1963 to honour the hundredth edition of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack. The famous cricketing publisher Wisden is known to all and the trophy is named after it. This glorious trophy was presented by John Wisden & Co. England regained the trophy in 1968, 2000 and in May 2009, while the West Indies regained it in 1973 and in April 2009. A total of 105 Test matches has been played till date. Out of the Test matches played till now, West Indies won 43 times, England 28 times, and 34 matches have ended in a draw.