England vs Australia Head to Head Record in ODIs: The SportsRush presents before you the Head to Head records for England and Australia.
The Warm-up matches ahead of the main tournament of the ICC Cricket World Cup have begun. On Day 2 of the Warm-up fixtures, England will face the Aussies at The Rose Bowl, in Southampton on May 25 (Saturday). Both the teams will be eager to get their combination right ahead of their first individual match of the all-important tournament.
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The bad news for England is that their skipper Eoin Morgan would not feature in tomorrow’s game, as he has sustained a fracture in his left-index finger. Thus, James Vince will have a wonderful opportunity to somehow squeeze into the side with a couple of brilliant performances, and make it even tougher for the selectors who are already scratching their heads with almost everyone performing well in the side.
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The Aussies, on the other hand will look how David Warner and Steve Smith perform after a year ban from international cricket. It will be interesting to see who are the two openers the Aussies would come up with tomorrow. Mitchell Starc would be itching to go out and perform the way he did in the 2015 World Cup, as he has not played in Australian colours for quite some time now.
Both the teams will keep a keen eye on their spinners as they will have a great role to play in the World Cup.
England vs Australia Head to Head Record in ODIs
Total number of matches played: 147
Matches won by England: 61
Matches won by Australia: 81
Matches played in England: 68 (England 34, Australia 30)
Matches played in Australia: 71 (England 25, Australia 45)
Matched played at neutral venues: 08 (England 02, Australia 06)
Most runs for England: Graham Gooch- 897 runs
Most runs for Australia: Ricky Ponting- 1743 runs
Most wickets for England: Ian Bothom- 30 wickets
Most wickets for Australia: Glenn Mcgrath- 71 wickets
The last time these two teams met in an ODI series was in June, 2018, when Australia had toured England to play a 5-match ODI series.
England had thrashed Australia 5-0 in the series. Having already won the series, they had defeated the Aussies by just 1 wicket at Manchester on June 24, 2018.