Afghanistan vs Australia Head to Head Record in ODIs: The SportsRush present before you the Head to Head record for AFG vs AUS.
The fourth match of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played between Afghanistan and Australia at Bristol tomorrow. In what is going to be the tournament opener for both the teams, both Afghanistan and Australia would be looking to commence their journey on a winning note.
Despite losing against England in their second warm-up match, Afghanistan would be taking motivation from their victory against Pakistan in their first match. Having it in them to defeat any opposition on their day, Afghans can’t be taken lightly in this lightly.
— Afghanistan Cricket Board (@ACBofficials) May 29, 2019
On the other hand, Australia won both their warm-up matches and would be looking to continue the momentum. The latest update on David Warner’s fitness will further bolster their chances of doing the same.
Afghanistan vs Australia Head to Head Record in ODIs
Total number of matches played: 2
Matches won by Afghanistan: 0
Matches won by Australia: 2
Matches played in Afghanistan: 0 (AFG 0, AUS 0)
Matches played in Australia: 1 (AFG 0, AUS 1)
Matches played at neutral venues: 1 (AFG 0, AUS 1)
Matches played in ICC World Cup: 1 (AFG 0, AUS 1)
Most runs for Afghanistan: 70 (Asghar Afghan)
Most runs for Australia: 202 (David Warner)
Most wickets for Afghanistan: 4 (Shapoor Zadran)
Most wickets for Australia: 6 (Mitchell Johnson)
Most catches for Afghanistan: 3 (Mohamman Nabi)
Most catches for Australia: 3 (Michael Clarke and Matthew Wade)
Afghanistan and Australia had last played an ODI during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. In what was a league match at Perth, Australia had registered a colossal 275-run victory.
After the then Afghanistan captain Mohammad Nabi won the toss and put the hosts in to bat, Australia posted a monumental 417/6 on the back of opening batsman Warner’s fourth ODI century.
Sharing a 260-run stand alongside Steven Smith for the second wicket, Warner ended up scoring 178 (133) with the help of 19 fours and five sixes.
With bowling figures of 7.3-0-22-4, fast bowler Mitchell Johnson played a vital role in Afghanistan getting bundled out for 142 in 37.3 overs.