India vs Australia ODI records: The SportsRush present before you the Head to Head record for IND vs AUS 2019 World Cup match.
The 14th match of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played between India and Australia at The Oval tomorrow. With both teams coming on the back of winnings their last matches, one of them will have to let go of their winning momentum.
While India will be playing their second match of the tournament, Australia will be playing their third. Having defeated West Indies by 14 runs in a tight encounter previously, the Aussies would be inspired to face a formidable Indian unit.
The last time India and Australia played an ODI was during Australia’s tour of India earlier this year. In what was the last of the five-match series, Australia defeated India by 35 runs to clinch the series 3-2.
After Australia captain Aaron Finch won the toss and chose to bat, Australia posted 272/9 in their allotted quota of 20 overs. Australia thrived on the back of opening batsman Usman Khawaja scoring 100 (106) with the help of 10 fours and a couple of sixes. It was India fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar (10-0-48-3) who restricted the Aussies towards the end.
A mediocre batting performance from India saw them bundling out for 237 in 50 overs. Other than Australia leg-spinner Adam Zampa (10-1-46-3), Marcus Stoinis, Pat Cummins and Jhye Richardson picked up a couple of wickets each.
India vs Australia ODI records – Head to Head Statistics
Total number of matches played: 136
Matches won by India: 49
Matches won by Australia: 77
Matches played in India: 61 (IND 27, AUS 29)
Matches played in Australia: 51 (IND 13, AUS 36)
Matches played at neutral venues: 24 (IND 9, AUS 12)
Matches played in ICC World Cup: 11 (IND 3, AUS 8)
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Most runs for India: 3,077 (Sachin Tendulkar)
Most runs for Australia: 2,164 (Ricky Ponting)
Most wickets for India: 45 (Kapil Dev)
Most wickets for Australia: 55 (Brett Lee)
Most catches for India: 43 (MS Dhoni)
Most catches for Australia: 73 (Adam Gilchrist)