One day Internationals at Bangalore with some key statistical parameters

One day Internationals at Bangalore with some key statistical parameters

Bengaluru has hosted 25 one day Internationals so far. The following table lists all those internationals. Bengaluru will be hosting its 26th one day International when India meets Australia today.

No Winner Res Margin BR Team Opp Start Date
1 Ind won 006 wkts 64 Ind Srl 26 Sep 1982
2 Eng won 003 wkts 6 Ind Eng 20 Jan 1985
3 Ind won 016 runs   Ind NZl 14 Oct 1987
4 Ind won 003 wkts 17 Ind Aus 27 Oct 1989
5 Eng won 048 runs   Ind Eng 26 Feb 1993
6 NR       RSA Zim 10 Nov 1993
7 Ind won 039 runs   Ind Pak 09 Mar 1996
8 Ind won 002 wkts 7 Ind Aus 21 Oct 1996
9 Ind won 008 wkts 45 Ind NZl 14 May 1997
10 Ind won 004 wkts 18 Ind Ken 20 May 1998
11 Pak won 123 runs   Ind Pak 04 Apr 1999
12 Ind won 060 runs   Ind Aus 25 Mar 2001
13 Aus won 061 runs   Ind Aus 12 Nov 2003
14 Ind won 06 wkts 86 Ind RSA 19 Nov 2005
15 Asia won 034 runs   Afr Asia 06 Jun 2007
16 NR       Ind Aus 29 Sep 2007
17 Ind won 019 runs   Ind Eng 23 Nov 2008
18 Ind won 005 wkts 7 Ind NZl 07 Dec 2010
19 Tied     Ind Eng 27 Feb 2011
20 Ire won 003 wkts 5 Eng Ire 02 Mar 2011
21 Ind won 005 wkts 24 Ind Ire 06 Mar 2011
22 Aus won 060 runs   Aus Ken 13 Mar 2011
23 Aus won 007 wkts 91 Aus Can 16 Mar 2011
24 Ind won 057 runs   Ind Aus 02 Nov 2013
25 Aus won 021 runs   Ind Aus 28 Sep 2017

Bengaluru has hosted 20 one day Internationals involving India so far. The following table lists all those internationals. Bengaluru will be hosting its 21st one day International involving India when India meets Australia today.

No Winner Res Margin BR Team Opp Start Date
1 Ind won 006 wkts 64 Ind Srl 26 Sep 1982
2 Eng won 003 wkts 6 Ind Eng 20 Jan 1985
3 Ind won 016 runs   Ind NZl 14 Oct 1987
4 Ind won 003 wkts 17 Ind Aus 27 Oct 1989
5 Eng won 048 runs   Ind Eng 26 Feb 1993
6 Ind won 039 runs   Ind Pak 09 Mar 1996
7 Ind won 002 wkts 7 Ind Aus 21 Oct 1996
8 Ind won 008 wkts 45 Ind NZl 14 May 1997
9 Ind won 004 wkts 18 Ind Ken 20 May 1998
10 Pak won 123 runs   Ind Pak 04 Apr 1999
11 Ind won 060 runs   Ind Aus 25 Mar 2001
12 Aus won 061 runs   Ind Aus 12 Nov 2003
13 Ind won 06 wkts 86 Ind RSA 19 Nov 2005
14 NR       Ind Aus 29 Sep 2007
15 Ind won 019 runs   Ind Eng 23 Nov 2008
16 Ind won 005 wkts 7 Ind NZl 07 Dec 2010
17 Tied     Ind Eng 27 Feb 2011
18 Ind won 005 wkts 24 Ind Ire 06 Mar 2011
19 Ind won 057 runs   Ind Aus 02 Nov 2013
20 Aus won 021 runs   Ind Aus 28 Sep 2017

Of the 20 One day games involving India, Australia has  won two games, England has won two games, India has won 13 games, Pakistan has won one game, One game was  tied and one game has ended in No  Result

No Winner Res Margin BR Team Opp Start Date
1 Aus won 061 runs   Ind Aus 12 Nov 2003
2 Aus won 021 runs   Ind Aus 28 Sep 2017
               
1 Eng won 003 wkts 6 Ind Eng 20 Jan 1985
2 Eng won 048 runs   Ind Eng 26 Feb 1993
               
1 Ind won 006 wkts 64 Ind Srl 26 Sep 1982
2 Ind won 016 runs   Ind NZl 14 Oct 1987
3 Ind won 003 wkts 17 Ind Aus 27 Oct 1989
4 Ind won 039 runs   Ind Pak 09 Mar 1996
5 Ind won 002 wkts 7 Ind Aus 21 Oct 1996
6 Ind won 008 wkts 45 Ind NZl 14 May 1997
7 Ind won 004 wkts 18 Ind Ken 20 May 1998
8 Ind won 060 runs   Ind Aus 25 Mar 2001
9 Ind won 006 wkts 86 Ind RSA 19 Nov 2005
10 Ind won 019 runs   Ind Eng 23 Nov 2008
11 Ind won 005 wkts 7 Ind NZl 07 Dec 2010
12 Ind won 005 wkts 24 Ind Ire 06 Mar 2011
13 Ind won 057 runs   Ind Aus 02 Nov 2013
               
1 NR       Ind Aus 29 Sep 2007
               
1 Pak won 123 runs   Ind Pak 04 Apr 1999
               
1 Tied     Ind Eng 27 Feb 2011

India-Australia have met on seven occasions at Bengaluru. Today’s game will be the eighth game between the two teams

No Winner Res Margin BR Team Opp Start Date
1 Ind won 003 wkts 17 Ind Aus 27 Oct 1989
2 Ind won 002 wkts 7 Ind Aus 21 Oct 1996
3 Ind won 060 runs   Ind Aus 25 Mar 2001
4 Aus won 061 runs   Ind Aus 12 Nov 2003
5 NR       Ind Aus 29 Sep 2007
6 Ind won 057 runs   Ind Aus 02 Nov 2013
7 Aus won 021 runs   Ind Aus 28 Sep 2017

India has won on four occasions, Australia on two occasions and one game has ended in No Result. The following table lists them.

No Winner Res Margin BR Team Opp Start Date
1 Aus won 061 runs   Ind Aus 12 Nov 2003
2 Aus won 021 runs   Ind Aus 28 Sep 2017
               
1 Ind won 003 wkts 17 Ind Aus 27 Oct 1989
2 Ind won 002 wkts 7 Ind Aus 21 Oct 1996
3 Ind won 060 runs   Ind Aus 25 Mar 2001
4 Ind won 057 runs   Ind Aus 02 Nov 2013
               
1 NR       Ind Aus 29 Sep 2007

Highest team totals

India’s 383 for 6 against Australia on 02.11.13 is the highest team total by India while Australia’s 347 for 2 against India on 12.11.03 is the highest team total by a visiting team

Lowest total in a completed innings

India’s 168 all out against Pakistan on 04.04.99 is the lowest total by India while Ireland’s 207 all out against India on 06.03.11 is the lowest total by a visiting team

Highest individual innings

RG Sharma’s 209 against Australia on 02.11.13 is  the highest individual innings by an Indian batsmen, while AJ Strauss’ 158 for England against India on 27.02.11 is the the highest individual innings by a visiting batsmen

Centurions in games involving India

As many as 12 centuries have been posted at Bengaluru. Of these, four are by Indian batsmen, while eight centuries have been scored by Visiting batsmen. Australian batsmen have scored six centuries, Sri Lankan batsman has scored one century and England batsman has scored one century.

Four or more wickets in an innings involving India

Bengaluru has witnessed six occasion of bowlers capturing four plus wickets in an innings – three occasions by Indian bowlers and three occasions  by Visiting bowlers. England bowlers on two occasions and once by Pakistan bowler.

Five wickets in an innings involving India

Bengaluru has witnessed five occasion of bowlers capturing five wickets in an innings – two occasions by Indian bowlers and three occasions  by Visiting bowlers. Two occasions by England bowlers and once by Pakistan bowler.

Best innings bowling effort

Yuvaraj Singh’s  5 for 31 against Ireland on 06.03.11 is the best bowling effort by an Indian bowler, while PW Jarvis’ 5 for 35 for England against India on 26,02.93 is the  best bowling effort by an visiting bowler

Three figure partnerships in games involving India

As many as 18 three figure partnerships have been posted at Bengaluru – Ten by Indian batsmen and eight by visiting batsmen.

Highest Three figure partnerships in games involving India

169 rus for the first wicket between SC Ganguly and SR Tendulkar against New Zealand on 14.05.97 is the best partnership posted by Indian batsmen, while the 231 runs  for the first wicket between AJ Finch and DA Warner for Australia  against India is the best partnership posted by visiting batsmen.

Approaching milestones ahead of the third one-day game between India-Australia at Bangalore on 19 Jan 2020

Approaching milestones ahead of the third one-day game between India-Australia at Bangalore on 19 Jan 2020

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1821 runs against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs 179 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, he would then become the third Indian batsman to total 2000 plus runs against Australia. Other are – SR Tendulkar {3077} and RG Sharma {2089}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1821 runs against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs 179 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, his feat would then become the 23rd occasion of a batsman totaling 2000 plus runs against a specific opposition

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1821 runs against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs 179 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, he would then become the fifth batsman totaling 2000 plus runs against Australia. Others are – SR Tendulkar {3077}, DL Haynes {2262}, IVA Richards {2187} and RG Sharma {2089}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1821 runs against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs 179 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, he would be scoring 2000 plus runs against three oppositions. He had already scored 2000 plus runs against West Indies {2235} and against Sri Lanka {2220}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1821 runs against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs 179 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, he would become the second batsman I the annals of one day games to score 2000 plus runs against three or more oppositions after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 2000 plus runs against four oppositions,

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 Opp
1 Tendulkar 71 70 1 3077 175 44.59 9 15 2 Aus
2 Tendulkar 69 67 4 2526 141 40.09 5 16 5 Pak
3 Tendulkar 57 57 1 2001 200* 35.73 5 8 1 SAF
4 Tendulkar 84 80 9 3113 138 43.84 8 17 3 Srl

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1821 runs against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs 179 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, India would become the only team in the annals of one day games to have two batsmen aggregating 2000 plus runs against three or more oppositions.

V Kohli has scored eight centuries against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs one more for his ninth century. If he scores them, then he would become the second batsman in the annals of one day games to score nine centuries against Australia after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored nine centuries against Australia

V Kohli has scored eight centuries against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs one more for his ninth century. If he scores them, then it would provide the third occasion of batsman to score nine centuries against an opposition in the annals of one day games. SR Tendulkar and V Kohli has scored nine centuries against Australia and West Indies respectively.

V Kohli has scored eight centuries against Australia prior to the start third one day game. He needs one more for his ninth century. If he scores them, then he would then own the world record in the annals of one day games to score nine centuries against two specific oppositions. He has already scored nine centuries against West Indies.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 4983 runs as captain prior to the start third one day game. He needs 17 more runs for his 5000 runs. If he scores them, then he would become the eighth captain in the annals of one day games to total 5000 plus runs. Others seven captains are

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 Ponting 230 220 22 8497 164 42.91 22 51 9
2 Dhoni 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 6 47 3
3 Fleming 218 208 16 6295 134* 32.78 7 38 14
4 Ranatunga 193 183 34 5608 131* 37.63 4 37 14
5 Smith 150 148 09 5416 141 38.96 8 37 8
6 Azharuddin 174 162 29 5239 153* 39.39 4 37 6
7 Ganguly 147 143 11 5104 144 38.66 11 30 9

V Kohli has an aggregate of 4983 runs as captain prior to the start third one day game. He needs 17 more runs for his 5000 runs. If he scores them, then he would become the fourth Indian captain in the annals of one day games to total 5000 plus runs. Other three Indian captains are

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 Dhoni 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 3
2 Azharuddin 174 162 29 5239 153* 39.39 04 37 6
3 Ganguly 147 143 11 5104 144 38.66 11 30 9

V Kohli has scored 21 centuries while leading India prior to the start third one day game. One more century would fetch him 22 centuries and with it he would share the record for most centuries by a captain in the annals of one day games with RT Ponting of Australia. RT Ponting has scored 22 centuries while leading Australia

V Kohli has scored 21 centuries while leading India prior to the start third one day game. Two more centuries would fetch him 23 centuries and with it he would own the record for most centuries by a captain in the annals of one day games going past RT Ponting of Australia. RT Ponting has scored 22 centuries while leading Australia.

It would be befitting for V Kohli in this series against Australia to surpass RT Ponting who had scored his 22nd one day century against India – 104 at Ahmedabad on 24.03.2011

V Kohli has scored 19 centuries at home prior to the start third one day game. one more century would fetch him 20 centuries and with it he would share the record for most centuries by a batsman on home soil in the annals of one day games with SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 20 centuries on home soil

V Kohli has scored 19 centuries at home prior to the start third one day game. Two more centuries would fetch him 21 centuries and with it he would own the record for most centuries by a batsman on home soil in the annals of one day games going past SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 20 centuries on home soil

V Kohli has an aggregate of 4776 runs on home soil prior to the start third one day game. He needs 224 runs for his 5000 runs. If he scores them, then he would become the fourth batsman in the annals of one day games to total 5000 plus runs on home soil. Others are – SR Tendulkar {6976}, RT Ponting {5406} and JH Kallis {5178}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 4776 runs on home soil prior to the start third one day game. He needs 224 runs for his 5000 runs. If he scores them, then he would become the second Indian batsman in the annals of one day games to total 5000 plus runs on home soil after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 6976 runs on home soil

V Kohli has an aggregate of 4776 runs on home soil prior to the start third one day game. He needs 224 runs for his 5000 runs. If he scores them, then India would become the only team the annals of one day games to have two batsmen aggregating 5000 plus runs on home soil.

V Kohli has scored 99 fifties prior to the start of the third one day game.  One more fifty would fetch him 100 fifties and with it he would become the fifth batsman in the annals of one day games to score 100 plus fifties. Others are – SR Tendulkar {145}, KC Sangakkara {118}, RT Ponting {112} and JH Kallis {103}

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 50+
1 Tendulkar 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49 96 20 145
2 Sangakkara 404 380 41 14234 169 41.98 25 93 15 118
3 Ponting 375 365 39 13704 164 42.03 30 82 20 112
4 Kallis 328 314 53 11579 139 44.36 17 86 17 103

V Kohli has scored nine centuries as captain at home prior to the start third one day game. one more century would fetch him 20 centuries and with it he would share the record for most centuries by a captain on home soil in the annals of one day games with RT Ponting. RT Ponting has scored ten centuries on home soil while leading Australia

V Kohli has scored nine centuries as captain at home prior to the start third one day game. Two more centuries would fetch him eleven centuries and with it he would own the record for most centuries by a captain on home soil in the annals of one day games going past RT Ponting. RT Ponting has scored ten centuries on home soil while leading Australia

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1903 runs as captain on home soil prior to the start third one day game. He needs 97 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, then he would become the seventh captain in the annals of one day games to total 2000 plus runs on home soil. Others are – RT Ponting {3093}, MS Dhoni {2675}, AR Border {2647}, GC Smith {2376}, EJG Morgan {2375} and SP Fleming {2249}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1907 runs as captain on home soil prior to the start third one day game. He needs 97 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, then he would become the second Indian captain in the annals of one day games to total 2000 plus runs on home soil after MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has scored 2675 runs on home soil while leading India,

SPD Smith has an aggregate of 3908 runs in one day games prior to the start third one day game. 92 more runs would fetch him 4000 runs and with it he would become the 18th Australian batsman to total 4000 plus one day runs.

AJ Finch has scored 1913 one day games on away soil to the start third one day game. 87 more runs would fetch him 2000 runs and with it he would become the eleventh Australian batsman to total 2000 plus run on away soil.

V Kohli has pouched 49 catches as captain prior to the start third one day game. One more catch would fetch him his 50 catches and he would become the twelfth captain – not being a wicket keeper – to pouch 50 plus catches in the history of one day games.

V Kohli has pouched 49 catches as captain prior to the start third one day game. One more catch would fetch him his 50 catches and he would become the third Indian captain – not being a wicket keeper – to pouch 50 plus catches in the history of one day games. Others are M Azharuddin {83} and SC Ganguly {61}                                            

S Dhawan-RG Sharma have partnered 16 century partnerships for the first wicket prior to the start third one day game and share the second place jointly for most number of century partnerships for the first wicket in the history of one day games. SC Ganguly-SR Tendulkar own the record for most number of century partnerships for the first wicket.  They have partnered 21 century partnerships

S Dhawan-RG Sharma have partnered 16 century partnerships for the first wicket prior to the start third one day game. One more century partnership for this pair would give their 17th three figure partnership for the first wicket and the pair occupy the second place for most number of century partnerships for the first wicket in the history of one day games. SC Ganguly-SR Tendulkar own the record for most number of century partnerships for the first wicket.  They have partnered 21 century partnerships

S Dhawan-RG Sharma have partnered 16 century partnerships for the first wicket prior to the start third one day game. One more century partnership for this pair would give their 17th three figure partnership. V Kohli-RG Sharma have also partnered 17 century partnerships in one day games. RG Sharma would earn the distinction of becoming a partner in 17 century partnerships with two partners – V Kohli and S Dhawan – an unique distinction in the history of one day games.

PJ Cummins has an aggregate of 98 one day wickets prior to the start of the third one day game. Two more wickets would fetch him 100 one day wickets and with it he would become the 17th Australian bowler to aggregate 100 plus wickets in one day games. He would also become the 13th Australian pace bowler to aggregate 100 plus wickets in one day games.

RG Sharma has an aggregate of 8996 one day runs prior to the start of the third one day game. Four more runs would fetch him 9000 runs and he would become the 20th batsman in the history of one day games to aggregate 9000 plus runs. He would also become the seventh Indian batsman to accomplish such a feat

Statistical highlights of the second one day game between India-Australia at Rajkot on 17.01.20

Statistical highlights of the second one day game between India-Australia at Rajkot on 17.01.20

India posted a team total of 340 for 6 in this game to provide the 113th occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in one  day games. It also provides the 18th occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs against Australia in one day games.

India posted a team total of 340 for 6 in this game to provide the 53rd occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs at home in one day games. It also provides the 11th occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs against Australia at home in one day games.

India posted a team total of 340 for 6 in this game to provide the 37th occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games after losing the toss and batting first. It also provides the fifth occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs against India in one day games after losing the toss and batting first.

S Dhawan-V Kohli added 103 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 65th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia for the second wicket in one day games.

S Dhawan scored 96 runs in this game to provide the 98th occasion of Indian batsman scoring ninety in one day games. It also provides the 13th occasion of Indian batsman scoring ninety in one day games against Australia

S Dhawan scored 96 runs in this game to provide the fifth occasion of his scoring ninety in one day games. He became the ninth Indian batsman to score a ninety on five or more occasions.

S Dhawan scored 96 runs in this game to provide the 57th occasion of Indian opening batsman scoring ninety in one day games. It also provides the ninth occasion of Indian opening batsman scoring ninety in one day games against Australia

S Dhawan scored 96 runs in this game to provide the fifth occasion of his scoring ninety in one day games. He became the fifth Indian opening batsman to score a ninety on five or more occasions.

MA Starc returned with figures of none for 78 in this game to provide the 37th occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 75 plus runs in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 13th occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 75 plus runs in an innings in one day games against India

MA Starc returned with figures of none for 78 in this game to provide the eleventh  occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 75 plus runs without a wicket in an innings in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 75 plus runs without a wicket in an innings in one day games against India

RG Sharma’s run aggregate as an opening batsman read 7029 at the end of this game. He became the eleventh opening batsman in the annals of one day games to aggregate 7000 plus runs. He also became the fourth Indian batsman to accomplish such a feat. Others are – SR Tendulkar {15310}, SC Ganguly {9146} and V Sehwag {7518}

KL Rahul was dismissed run out for 80 in this game to provide the 113th occasion of an Indian batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the 22nd occasion of an Indian batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games against Australia.

Australia posted 304 runs in this game to provide the 108th occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 26th occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games against India

Australia posted 304 runs in this game to provide the 108th occasion of Australia dismissed all out for a total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of Australia dismissed all out for a total of 300 plus runs in one day games against India

SPD Smith scored 98 in this game to provide the 87th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a ninety in one day games. It also provides the 19th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a ninety in one day games against India.

Mohd Shami returned with figures 3 for 77 in this game to provide the 57th occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 75 plus runs in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 75 plus runs in an innings in one day games against Australia.

India posted 340 for 6 in this game and Australia posted 304 runs in this game to provide the 137th occasion of both the teams posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 13th such occasion in India-Australia one day series.

S Dhawan {96} and SPD Smith {98} scored nineties in this game to provide the 44th occasion of rival batsman scoring nineties in a one day game. It also provides the fifth such occasion in India-Australia one day series.

MA Starc [none for 78} and Mohd Shami {3 for 77} conceded 75 runs in this game to provide the 65th occasion of rival bowlers conceding 75 runs in a one day game. It also provides the fourth such occasion in India-Australia one day series.

V Kohli scored 78 in this game which fetched him 99 one day fifties. One more score of fifty would fetch him the distinction of becoming the fifth batsman in the annals of one day games to score 100 one day fifties. Others are – SR Tendulkar {145}, KC Sangakkara {118}, RT Ponting {112} and JH Kallis {103}

V Kohli scored 78 in this game which fetched him 99 one day fifties. One more score of fifty would fetch him the distinction of becoming the second Indian batsman in the annals of one day games to score 100 one day fifties after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 145 one day fifties.

S Dhawan and V Kohli added 103  runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the  67th occasion of his being a partner in a three figure partnership in one day games. He now shares the joint third place with KC Sangakkara among the batsmen who have shared the most three figure partnerships in one day games. KC Sangakkara has also shared 67 three figure partnerships. SR Tendulkar {99} and RT Ponting {72} occupy the first two places. V Kohli went past SC Ganguly who had partnered 66 three figure partnerships to occupy the joint third place.

V Kohli has scored 41 fifties while leading India prior to the start of the series. He  scored his 42nd fifty when he  scored 78 in this game. He now occupies the fourth position in the list of captains who  have scored most fifties in the annals of test cricket. The first three positions are occupied by RT Ponting {73}. MS Dhoni {53}, GC Smith {45} and SP Fleming {45}. GC Smith and SP Fleming jointly share the third place. V Kohli would go past three captains who have scored 41 fifties. Azharuddin, SC Ganguly and A Ranatunga on his way to occupy the fourth position

Kuldeep Yadav has an aggregate of 99 wickets in one day games prior to the start of the series. His two wickets in this game fetched him 101 wickets. He became the 151st bowler in the annals of one day games to capture 100 plus wickets. He became the 22nd Indian bowler to accomplish the feat

Kuldeep Yadav has an aggregate of 99 wickets in one day games prior to the start of the series. His two wickets in this game fetched him 101 wickets. He became the 25th left bowler in the annals of one day games to capture 100 plus wickets. He also  became the sevnth Indian left arm bowler to accomplish the feat. Others are – Z Khan {269}, RA Jadeja {181}, IK Pathan {173}, A Nehra {155}, RJ Shastri {129} and Yuvraj Singh {110}

Kuldeep Yadav has an aggregate of 99 wickets in one day games prior to the start of the series. His two wickets in this game fetched him 101 wickets. He became the 151st bowler in the annals of one day games to capture 100 plus wickets. He also became the 22nd Indian bowler to accomplish the feat

Kuldeep Yadav has an aggregate of 99 wickets in one day games prior to the start of the series. His two wickets in this game fetched him 101 wickets. He became the 40th spin bowler in the annals of one day games to capture 100 plus wickets. He also became the eighth Indian spin bowler to accomplish the feat

V Kohli and R Dravid shared the third place among the Indian fieldsmen who have pouched most catches in one day games prior to the start of the second one day game. Both the fielders have pouched 124 catches. V Kohli pouched one catch in this game which fetched him his 125 catches and he became the third Indian fieldsman to pouch 125 plus catches in one day games. M Azharuddin {156} and SR Tendulkar {140} occupy the first two places.

V Kohli has pouched 124 catches prior to the start of the second one day game, V Kohli pouched one catch in this game which fetched him his 125 catches and he became the twelfth fieldsman to pouch 125 plus catches in the history of one day games.

V Kohli’s 78 in this game fetched him his 15th fifty while leading India on home soil. He became the first Indian captain to score 15 fifties on home soil. He also became the sixth captain in the annals of one day games to score 15 or more fifties. Others are – RT Ponting {25}, EJG Morgan {23}, GC Smith {23}, AR Border {17} and SP Fleming {17}

KL Rahul completed 1000 runs when he was on 64 during his knock of 80 in this game. His run aggregate at the end of this game read 1016, He became the 38th Indian batsman to aggregate 1000 plus runs in one day games.

KL Rahul scored 80 in this game to provide the 165th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number five in one day game. It also provides the 24th occasion of Indian batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number five in one day game against Australia

Both the openers scoring centuries in the second innings of an one-day international

Both the openers scoring centuries in the second innings of an one-day international

DA Warner {128*} and AJ Finch {110*} scored centuries against India at Mumbai on 14 Jan 20 to provide the 14th occasion of both the openers scoring centuries in the second innings of a  game – that is while chasing – in the history of one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C
1 India 2 England Col-RPS 22 Sep 2002 2
2 England 2 South Africa The Oval 28 Jun 2003 2
3 Australia 2 Sri Lanka Brisbane 14 Feb 2006 2
4 Sri Lanka 2 England Leeds 01 Jul 2006 2
5 Sri Lanka 2 Bangladesh Dhaka 08 Jan 2010 2
6 Sri Lanka 2 England Col-RPS 26 Mar 2011 2
7 New Zealand 2 Zimbabwe Harare 04 Aug 2015 2
8 South Africa 2 England Centurion 09 Feb 2016 2
9 England 2 Sri Lanka Birmingham 24 Jun 2016 2
10 Sri Lanka 2 Zimbabwe Hambantota 06 Jul 2017 2
11 South Africa 2 Bangladesh Kimberley 15 Oct 2017 2
12 India 2 Pakistan Dubai-DSC 23 Sep 2018 2
13 India 2 Sri Lanka Leeds 06 Jul 2019 2
14 Australia 2 India Mumbai 14 Jan 2020 2

It also provides the second such occasions by Australian opening batsmen against India in one day games and also provides the first such occasion by Australian opening batsmen against India. Both such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the first such occasion against India by any opening batsmen of any team

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C
1 Australia 2 Sri Lanka Brisbane 14 Feb 2006 2
2 Australia 2 India Mumbai 14 Jan 2020 2
Both the openers scoring centuries in the same innings in the history of one-day internationals.

Both the openers scoring centuries in the same innings in the history of one-day internationals.

DA Warner {128*} and AJ Finch {110*} of Australia scored centuries against India at Mumbai on 14.01.20 to provide the 42nd occasion of both the openers scoring centuries in the history of one day games.

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C
1 Australia 1 India Jaipur 07 Sep 1986 2
2 Pakistan 1 Sri Lanka Adelaide 17 Feb 1990 2
3 Pakistan 1 Sri Lanka Sharjah 04 Feb 1993 2
4 Pakistan 1 Sri Lanka Sharjah 30 Oct 1993 2
5 Kenya 1 Bangladesh Nairobi-G 10 Oct 1997 2
6 India 1 Sri Lanka Col-RPS 07 Jul 1998 2
7 South Africa 1 India Kochi 09 Mar 2000 2
8 India 1 South Africa Jo’burg 05 Oct 2001 2
9 India 1 Kenya Paarl 24 Oct 2001 2
10 India 2 England Col-RPS 22 Sep 2002 2
11 Sri Lanka 1 Australia Sydney 09 Jan 2003 2
12 England 2 South Africa The Oval 28 Jun 2003 2
13 India 1 New Zealand Hyd-RGS 15 Nov 2003 2
14 Pakistan 1 New Zealand Rawalpindi 07 Dec 2003 2
15 Australia 2 Sri Lanka Brisbane 14 Feb 2006 2
16 Sri Lanka 2 England Leeds 01 Jul 2006 2
17 Pakistan 1 Bangladesh Lahore 13 Apr 2008 2
18 Sri Lanka 1 Bangladesh Karachi 30 Jun 2008 2
19 New Zealand 1 Ireland Aberdeen 01 Jul 2008 2
20 Scotland 1 Canada Aberdeen 07 Jul 2009 2
21 Sri Lanka 2 Bangladesh Dhaka 08 Jan 2010 2
22 Sri Lanka 1 Zimbabwe Pallekele 10 Mar 2011 2
23 Sri Lanka 2 England Col-RPS 26 Mar 2011 2
24 Pakistan 1 India Dhaka 18 Mar 2012 2
25 Sri Lanka 1 India Kingston 02 Jul 2013 2
26 Australia 1 Scotland Edinburgh 03 Sep 2013 2
27 South Africa 1 India Durban 08 Dec 2013 2
28 India 1 Sri Lanka Cuttack 02 Nov 2014 2
29 South Africa 1 West Indies Jo’burg 18 Jan 2015 2
30 New Zealand 2 Zimbabwe Harare 04 Aug 2015 2
31 South Africa 2 England Centurion 09 Feb 2016 2
32 England 2 Sri Lanka Birmingham 24 Jun 2016 2
33 Australia 1 Pakistan Adelaide 26 Jan 2017 2
34 South Africa 1 Sri Lanka Centurion 10 Feb 2017 2
35 Sri Lanka 2 Zimbabwe Hambantota 06 Jul 2017 2
36 South Africa 2 Bangladesh Kimberley 15 Oct 2017 2
37 Pakistan 1 Zimbabwe Bulawayo 20 Jul 2018 2
38 India 2 Pakistan Dubai-DSC 23 Sep 2018 2
39 West Indies 1 Ireland Dublin 05 May 2019 2
40 India 2 Sri Lanka Leeds 06 Jul 2019 2
41 India 1 West Indies Vizag 18 Dec 2019 2
42 Australia 2 India Mumbai 14 Jan 2020 2

It also provides the fifth occasion of both the Australian openers scoring centuries in an innings in the history of one day games.

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C
1 Australia 1 India Jaipur 07 Sep 1986 2
2 Australia 2 Sri Lanka Brisbane 14 Feb 2006 2
3 Australia 1 Scotland Edinburgh 03 Sep 2013 2
4 Australia 1 Pakistan Adelaide 26 Jan 2017 2
5 Australia 2 India Mumbai 14 Jan 2020 2

It also provides the second occasion of both the Australian openers scoring centuries in an innings against India in the history of one day games.

No Team Inns Oppn Ground Start Date C
1 Australia 1 India Jaipur 07 Sep 1986 2
2 Australia 2 India Mumbai 14 Jan 2020 2

It also provides the sixth occasion of both the openers scoring centuries in an innings against India in the history of one day games.

No Team Inns Oppn Ground Start Date C
1 Australia 1 India Jaipur 07 Sep 1986 2
2 South Africa 1 India Kochi 09 Mar 2000 2
3 Pakistan 1 India Dhaka 18 Mar 2012 2
4 Sri Lanka 1 India Kingston 02 Jul 2013 2
5 South Africa 1 India Durban 08 Dec 2013 2
6 Australia 2 India Mumbai 14 Jan 2020 2
Ten or more centuries in Australia’s winning one-day internationals. AJ Finch is the new entrant to the elite list

Ten or more centuries in Australia’s winning one-day internationals. AJ Finch is the new entrant to the elite list

AJ Finch’s 110 not out against India at Mumbai on 14 Jan 20 fetched him his tenth century in Australia’s winning one day internationals. He became the fifth Australian batsman to score ten or more centuries in Australia’s winning one day internationals. The following table lists all the sixteen batsmen who have accomplished the feat.

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 Ponting 261 253 36 10611 145 48.89 24 69 11
2 Gilchrist 201 195 10 7633 172 41.25 16 43 07
3 Waugh 152 146 18 6054 173 47.29 15 38 08
4 Warner 066 066 05 3516 179 57.63 13 13 01
5 Finch 070 069 03 3171 153* 48.04 10 16 06
DA Warner aggregates 3500 runs in Australia’s winning one-day internationals

DA Warner aggregates 3500 runs in Australia’s winning one-day internationals

DA Warner’s 128 not out against India at Mumbai on 14 Jan 20 fetched him an aggregate of 3516 runs in Australia’s winning one day internationals. He became the 14th Australian batsman to score 3500 plus runs in Australia’s winning one day internationals. The following table lists all the sixteen batsmen who have accomplished the feat.

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC
1 Ponting 261 253 36 10611 145 48.89 24 69
2 Gilchrist 201 195 10 7633 172 41.25 16 43
3 ME Waugh 152 146 18 6054 173 47.29 15 38
4 Clarke 167 150 39 5656 105* 50.95 05 45
5 Hayden 118 113 12 4549 158 45.03 08 27
6 Bevan 155 122 53 4502 107 65.24 05 32
7 SR Waugh 196 164 50 4324 120* 37.92 02 26
8 Jones 098 096 20 4275 145 56.25 05 36
9 Martyn 153 130 49 4250 144* 52.46 04 33
10 Symonds 152 117 28 4240 156 47.64 06 27
11 Watson 129 114 24 4123 185* 45.81 07 23
12 Border 145 131 31 4033 127* 40.33 03 28
13 Boon 112 110 15 3925 122 41.31 03 26
14 Warner 066 066 05 3516 179 57.63 13 13
Ten or more fifties in losing cause by Indian batsmen in one-day games – S Dhawan joins the list

Ten or more fifties in losing cause by Indian batsmen in one-day games – S Dhawan joins the list

S Dhawan’s 74 in the first one day game between India and Australia at Mumbai on 14 Jan 2020 was in vain to provide his tenth fifty going in vain in one day game. He became the 16th Indian batsman to score ten or more fifties in India’s losing one day games. The following table lists the sixteen batsmen.

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 Tendulkar 200 200 2 6585 175 33.25 14 35 49
2 Dravid 161 161 9 4686 123* 30.82 04 32 36
3 Ganguly 144 144 1 4295 127 30.03 04 31 35
4 Dhoni 124 124 11 3852 139* 34.08 03 25 28
5 Kohli 82 82 1 2911 123 35.93 07 20 27
6 Azharuddin 157 155 11 4085 111* 28.36 03 22 25
7 RG Sharma 78 78 3 2660 171* 35.46 07 15 22
8 A Jadeja 94 93 6 2530 119 29.08 02 13 15
9 Yuvraj Singh 114 114 1 2558 139 22.63 03 12 15
10 Shastri 82 78 9 1876 109 27.18 03 10 13
11 Gavaskar 56 56 6 1492 92* 29.84 00 12 12
12 Srikkanth 74 74 1 1765 123 24.17 02 09 11
13 Dhawan 43 43 0 1465 143 34.06 04 06 10
14 Sehwag 98 98 0 2161 108 22.05 01 09 10
15 Sidhu 60 60 0 1405 108 23.41 01 09 10
16 Vengsarkar 72 70 5 1861 105 28.63 01 09 10
Statistical highlights of the first one-day game between India and Australia at Mumbai on 14 Jan 2020

Statistical highlights of the first one-day game between India and Australia at Mumbai on 14 Jan 2020

Australia won the toss and decided to field first to provide the 25th occasion of Australia doing so against India in One day Internationals.  It also provides the 14th occasion of Australia doing so against India in India.

AJ Finch has captained Australia against India on nine occasions prior to the start of the series. The first one day game at Mumbai is his tenth assignment as an Australian captain against India. He became the fifth captain to lead Australia in ten or more matches against India. Others are – RT Ponting {35}, AR Border {27}, SR Waugh {20} and SPD Smith {10}

Australia capped M Labuschagne for this game. He became the 229th cricketer to represent Australia in one day games. He also became the 23rd Australian cricketer to make his debut against India in one day games.

Australia capped M Labuschagne for this game. He became the 94th cricketer to represent Australia in one day games on away soil. He also became the 12th Australian cricketer to make his debut against India in one day games on away soil

India lost its first wicket at 13 – an unlucky number – to provide the 20th occasion of India losing its first wicket at 13 in one day games. It was also the first such occasion against Australia in one day games. All the 20 occasions are listed below

No FoW Inns Opposition Ground Date
1 1/13 1 New Zealand Melbourne 10.01.81
2 1/13 2 Zimbabwe Leicester 11.06.83
3 1/13 2 West Indies Nagpur 08.12.87
4 1/13 2 Pakistan Dhaka 31.10.88
5 1/13 1 West Indies Trinidad 09.03.89
6 1/13 2 Zimbabwe Leicester 19.05.90
7 1/13 2 South Africa Nagpur 19.03.00
8 1/13 2 New Zealand Col-RPS 20.07.01
9 1/13 2 South Africa Bengaluru 19.11.05
10 1/13 1 West Indies Trinidad 26.05.06
11 1/13 2 Sri Lanka Dambulla 28.01.09
12 1/13 1 Sri Lanka Col-RPS 31.01.09
13 1/13 2 Sri Lanka Kolkata 24.12.09
14 1/13 1 England Dharamsala 27.01.13
15 1/13 2 New Zealand Mohali 23.10.16
16 1/13 2 England Pune 15.01.17
17 1/13 2 England Kolkata 22.01.17
18 1/13 1 England Leeds 17.01.18
19 1/13 2 South Africa Southampton 05.06.19
20 1/13 1 Australia Mumbai 14.01.20

S Dhawan and KL Rahul added 121 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 64th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia. It also provides the 14th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for second wicket against Australia.

MA Starc captured three for 56 in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 175 wickets in one day games. He became the seventh Australian bowler to capture 175 plus wickets in one day games. Others are – B Lee {380}, G McGrath {380}, SK Warne {291}, MG Johnson {239}. CJ McDermott {203} and SR Waugh {195}

MA Starc captured three for 56 in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 175 wickets in one day games. He became the second Australian left arm bowler and also left arm pace bowler to capture 175 plus wickets in one day games after MG Johnson. MG Johnson has captured 239 wickets in one day games

DA Warner {128*} and AJ Finch {110*} scored centuries in this game to provide the 42nd occasion of both the openers scoring centuries in the history of one day games.

It also provides the fifth occasion of both the Australian openers scoring centuries in an innings in the history of one day games.

It also provides the second occasion of both the Australian openers scoring centuries in an innings against India in the history of one day games.

It also provides the sixth occasion of both the openers scoring centuries in an innings against India in the history of one day games.

DA Warner {128*} and AJ Finch {110*} scored unbeaten centuries in this game to provide the fifth occasion of both the openers scoring unbeaten centuries in the history of one day games. It also provides the first such feat by Australian openers and also first such feat against Australia in the history of one day games. The four such feats are tabulated below.

No No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Date
1 1 WU Tharanga 102* 2 Srl Eng Col-RPS 26.03.11
  2 TM Dilshan 108* 2 Srl Eng Col-RPS 26.03.11
                 
2 1 MJ Guptill 116* 2 NZl Zim Harare 04.08.15
  2 TWM Latham 110* 2 NZl Zim Harare 04.08.15
                 
3 1 JJ Roy 112* 2 Eng Srl Birmingham 24.06.16
  2 AD Hales 133* 2 Eng Srl Birmingham 24.06.16
                 
4 1 Q de Kock 168* 2 RSA Ban Kimberley  15.10.17
  2 HM Amla 110* 2 RSA Ban Kimberley 15.10.17
                 
5 1 DA Warner 128* 2 Aus Ind Mumbai 14.01.20
  2 AJ Finch 110* 2 Aus Ind Mumbai 14.01.20

DA Warner’s 128 not out in this game represents his 18th century and he now shares the second place with ME Waugh in the list of most centuries by Australian batsmen in one day internationals. RT Ponting occupies the first place with 29 centuries.

DA Warner’s 128 not out in this game represent his 18th century and he now owns the record for most centuries by Australian opening batsmen in one day internationals.

AJ Finch’s 110 not out in this game represents his 16th century he now shares the second place with AC Gilchrist in the list of most centuries by Australian opening batsmen in one day internationals. DA Warner occupies the first place with 18 centuries.

AJ Finch’s 110 not out in this game represents 49th occasion of an Australian captain scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the ninth occasion of an Australian captain scoring a century in one day games against India.

AJ Finch’s 110 not out in this game represent his fifth century while leading Australia. He became the fourth Australian captain to score five or more centuries in one day games. Others are – RT Ponting {21}, MJ Clarke {05} and SPD Smith {05}

DA Warner {128*} and AJ Finch {110*} scored centuries in this game to provide the 44th and 45th occasion of Australian batsmen scoring centuries against India in one day games. It also provides the 26th and 27th occasion of Australian batsmen scoring centuries against India in India in one day games.

DA Warner {128*} and AJ Finch {110*} scored centuries in this game to provide the 24th and 25th occasion of Australian opening batsmen scoring centuries against India in one day games. It also provides the 15th and 16th occasion of Australian opening batsmen scoring centuries against India in India in one day games.

DA Warner has an aggregate of 4990 runs in one day games prior to the start of the series. 10 more runs would fetch him 5000 one day runs, He scored 128 not out in this game and his run aggregate at the end of this game read 5118 and with it he became the 15th Australian batsman to total 5000 plus one day runs.

DA Warner has an aggregate of 4969 runs as an opener in one day games prior to the start of the series. 31 more runs would fetch him 5000 one day runs. He scored 128 not out in this game and his run aggregate at the end of this game read 097 and with it he became the fourth Australian opening batsman to total 5000 plus one day runs. Others are – AC Gilchrist {9176}, ML Hayden {5892} and ME Waugh {5729}

AJ Finch has scored 39 fifties runs as an opener in one day games prior to the start of the series. One more fifty would fetch him 40 one day fifties. He scored 110 not out in this game and with it he became the fourth Australian opening batsman to total 40 plus fifties in one day runs. Others are – AC Gilchrist {69}, ME Waugh {47} and ML Hayden {43}

AJ Finch has scored 39 fifties runs as a batsman in one day games prior to the start of the series. One more fifty would fetch him 40 one day fifties. He scored 110 not out in this game and with it he became the 14th Australian batsman to total 40 plus fifties in one day runs.

AJ Finch had played 49 one day games on away soil to the start of the series. The first one day game at Mumbai was his 50th one day game on away soil. He would become the 19th Australian cricketer to appear in 50 plus one day games on away soil.

DA Warner had scored 78 boundary sixes prior to the start of the series. Two more boundary sixes would fetch him 80 boundary sixes. He scored three boundary sixes in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 81 boundary sixes and with it he became the ninth Australian batsman to score 80 plus boundary sixes in one day games.

DA Warner-AJ Finch added 258 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket to provide the 143rd  occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnerships in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the 44th occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket in the history of one day internationals.

DA Warner-AJ Finch added 258 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket to provide the 21st occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnerships in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the seventh occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket in the history of one day internationals.

DA Warner-AJ Finch added 258 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket to provide the sixth occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnerships in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 DC Boon, GR Marsh 1 212 1 Ind Jaipur 07.09.86
2 ML Hayden, RT Ponting 2 219 1 Ind Vizag 03.04.01
3 DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 234* 1 Ind Jo’burg 23.03.03
4 GJ Bailey, SPD Smith 3 242 2 Ind Perth 12.01.16
5 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 231 1 Ind Bengaluru 28.09.17
6 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 258* 2 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20

DA Warner-AJ Finch added 258 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket to represents the best partnership by Australian batsman against India for all wickets in one day games. The previous best was 242 runs between GJ Bailey and SPD Smith for the third wicket at Perth on 12.01.16

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 258* 2 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20
2 GJ Bailey, SPD Smith 3 242 2 Ind Perth 12.01.16

It also provides the third occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket against India in the history of one day internationals.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 DC Boon, GR Marsh 1 212 1 Ind Jaipur 07.09.86
2 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 231 1 Ind Bengaluru 28.09.17
3 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 258* 2 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20

DA Warner-AJ Finch added 258 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket to represents the best partnership by Australian batsman against India for first wicket in one day games. The previous best was 231 runs between between the same pair at Bengaluru on 28.09.17

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 258* 2 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20
2 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 231 1 Ind Bengaluru 28.09.17

DA Warner-AJ Finch added 258 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket to provide the 20th occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnerships for all wickets against India in the history of one day internationals.

DA Warner-AJ Finch added 258 runs in an unfinished partnership for the first wicket to represents the best partnership by batsmen against India for any wicket in one day games. The previous best was 242 runs between GJ Bailey and SPD Smith for the third wicket at Perth on 12.01.16

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 AJ Finch, DA Warner 1 258* 2 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20
2 GJ Bailey, SPD Smith 3 242 2 Ind Perth 12.01.16

Australia won the first one day game against India at Mumbai on 14.01.20 by ten wickets to provide the 55th occasion of a team winning a one day game by ten wickets. It also provides the fifth occasion of Australia winning a one day game by ten wickets and the first such win against India. It also provides the fifth occasion of India losing a one day game by ten wickets and the first such loss against India. It also provides the eighth occasion of a team winning a one day game by ten wickets chasing a margin of 200 plus runs in the history of one day games. It also provides the third occasion of a team winning a one day game by ten wickets chasing a margin of 200 plus runs in the history of one day games. Australia’s win in this game by ten wickets provides the ten wickets win chasing second-highest target in the history of one day games. South Africa had chased 279 runs posting a ten wicket win against Bangladesh at Kimberley on 15.10.17

AJ Finch-DA Warner were concerned in most 150 plus partnerships for the first wicket against India – Three occasions. The other pairs to have posted 150 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket on two occasions are – HM Amla-Q de Kock, DC Boon-GR Marsh, HH  Gibbs-G Kirsten and CG Greenidge-DL Haynes.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Ground Date
1 Finch-Warner 1 187 1 Aus Canberra 20.01.16
2 Finch-Warner 1 231 1 Aus Bengaluru 28.09.17
3 Finch-Warner 1 258* 2 Aus Mumbai 14.01.20
               
1 Amla-de Kock 1 152 1 RSA Jo’burg 05.12.13
2 Amla-de Kock 1 194 1 RSA Durban 06.12.14
               
1 Boon-Marsh 1 152 1 Aus Sydney 21.01.86
2 Boon-Marsh 1 212 1 Aus Jaipur 07.09.86
               
1 Gibbs-Kirsten 1 235 1 RSA Kochi 09.03.00
2 Gibbs-Kirsten 1 168* 2 RSA Sharjah 22.03.00
               
1 Greenidge-Haynes 1 165 2 Win Sharjah 21.10.88
2 Greenidge-Haynes 1 185 1 Win Georgetown 21.03.89

S Dhawan had an aggregate of 975 runs against Australia prior to the start of the series. 25 more runs would fetch him 1000 runs and with it he would become the fifth Indian batsman to total 1000 plus runs in one day games against Australia. He scored 74 runs in this game which gave him an aggregate of 1049 runs. The following table lists the five batsmen who have accomplished the feat.

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 Tendulkar 71 70 1 3077 175 44.59 9 15 2
2 RG Sharma 38 38 4 2047 209 60.20 7 8 2
3 V Kohli 38 36 3 1743 123 52.81 8 6 2
4 MS Dhoni 55 48 11 1660 139* 44.86 2 11 3
5 S Dhawan 25 25 1 1049 143 43.70 4 5 3

RG Sharma has an aggregate of 990 runs against Australia at home. He needs 10 more runs for his 1000 runs. He scored 10 runs in this game which gave him an aggregate of 1000 runs. He became the third Indian batsman to total 1000 plus runs against Australia at home. Others are – SR Tendulkar {1561} and V Kohli {1016}

SR Tendulkar, EJG Morgan, V Kohli and RG Sharma are the four batsmen who have an aggregate of 1000 plus runs against Australia on home soil

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 Tendulkar Ind 30 30 0 1561 175 52.03 4 9 1
2 Morgan Eng 32 31 7 1247 103* 51.95 1 11 1
3 V Kohli Ind 21 20 2 1032 123 57.33 5 3 2
4 Sharma Ind 18 18 2 1000 209 62.50 3 5 1
Ten wicket victories in one-day internationals

Ten wicket victories in one-day internationals

Australia won the first one day game against India at Mumbai on 14.01.20 by ten wickets to provide the 55th occasion of a team winning a one day game by ten wickets. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Margin BR Target Overs Opp Ground Date
1 Ind 10 wkts 181 121 29.5 EAF Leeds 11.06.75
2 NZl 10 wkts 30 113 29.0 Ind Melbourne 10.01.81
3 Win 10 wkts 89 172 45.1 Zim Birmingham 20.06.83
4 Ind 10 wkts 170 97 21.4 Srl Sharjah 08.04.84
5 Win 10 wkts 154 117 24.2 NZl Port of Spain 17.04.85
6 Pak 10 wkts 164 65 22.4 NZl Sharjah 15.04.86
7 Win 10 wkts 64 192 39.2 NZl Christchurch 28.03.87
8 Win 10 wkts 19 221 46.5 Pak Melbourne 23.02.92
9 Win 10 wkts 145 153 25.5 SAF Trinidad 11.04.92
10 Ind 10 wkts 101 113 23.1 Win Trinidad 27.04.97
11 Win 10 wkts 32 200 44.4 Ind Bridgetown 03.05.97
12 Ind 10 wkts 120 197 30.0 Zim Sharjah 13.11.98
13 SAF 10 wkts 124 165 29.2 Ind Sharjah 22.03.00
14 Eng 10 wkts 88 170 35.2 Win Che-le-St 15.07.00
15 Aus 10 wkts 163 124 22.5 Win Adelaide 26.01.01
16 Srl 10 wkts 97 166 33.5 Eng Col-SSC 27.03.01
17 Ind 10 wkts 231 91 11.3 Ken Bloemfontein 12.10.01
18 SAF 10 wkts 178 155 20.2 Ban Benoni 06.10.02
19 Aus 10 wkts 226 118 12.2 Eng Sydney 23.01.03
20 SAF 10 wkts 172 141 21.2 Ken Potchefstroom 12.02.03
21 Srl 10 wkts 173 125 21.1 Ban PM Burg 14.02.03
22 SAF 10 wkts 228 109 12.0 Ban Bloemfontein 22.02.03
23 Srl 10 wkts 217 89 13.5 Eng Dambulla 18.11.03
24 Srl 10 wkts 99 191 33.3 Ban Col-RPS 23.07.04
25 Eng 10 wkts 151 191 24.5 Ban The Oval 16.06.05
26 Aus 10 wkts 186 140 19.0 Ban Manchester 25.06.05
27 SAF 10 wkts 85 189 35.5 Ind Kolkata 25.11.05
28 Win 10 wkts 134 153 27.4 Zim Gros Islet 10.05.06
29 Win 10 wkts 80 162 36.4 Ban Jaipur 11.10.06
30 Ken 10 wkts 191 134 18.1 Ber Nairobi-J 29.01.07
31 SAF 10 wkts 216 108 14.0 Pak Cape Town 11.02.07
32 NZl 10 wkts 138 149 27.0 Aus Wellington 16.02.07
33 Aus 10 wkts 49 105 13.5 Ban North Sound 31.03.07
34 Win 10 wkts 213 81 14.3 Net Dublin 10.07.07
35 NZl 10 wkts 264 94 6.0 Ban Queenstown 31.12.07
36 NZl 10 wkts 107 165 18.1 Eng Hamilton 12.02.08
37 Pak 10 wkts 182 116 19.4 Ban Karachi 04.07.08
38 Eng 10 wkts 215 84 14.1 SAF Nottingham 26.08.08
39 NZl 10 wkts 252 70 8.0 Ken Chennai 20.02.11
40 NZl 10 wkts 99 163 33.3 Zim Ahmedabad 04.03.11
41 Pak 10 wkts 175 113 20.5 Win Dhaka 23.03.11
42 Srl 10 wkts 63 230 39.3 Eng Col-RPS 26.03.11
43 Win 10 wkts 159 140 23.3 Pak Providence 05.05.11
44 Eng 10 wkts 145 171 23.5 Srl Nottingham 06.07.11
45 Pak 10 wkts 47 226 42.1 Zim Harare 11.09.11
46 Eng 10 wkts 227 68 12.1 Srl Manchester 28.05.14
47 NZl 10 wkts 46 236 42.2 Zim Harare 04.08.15
48 NZl 10 wkts 250 118 8.2 Srl Christchurch 28.12.15
49 Ind 10 wkts 169 124 21.5 Zim Harare 15.06.16
50 Eng 10 wkts 95 255 34.1 Srl Birmingham 24.06.16
51 SAF 10 wkts 43 279 42.5 Ban Kimberley 15.10.17
52 Srl 10 wkts 229 83 11.5 Ban Dhaka 25.01.18
53 Afg 10 wkts 173 135 21.1 Zim Sharjah 16.02.18
54 NZl 10 wkts 203 137 16.1 Srl Cardiff 01.06.19
55 Aus 10 wkts 74 256 37.4 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20

It also provides the fifth occasion of Australia winning a one day game by ten wickets and the first such win against India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Margin BR Target Overs Opp Ground Date
1 Aus 10 wkts 163 124 22.5 Win Adelaide 26.01.01
2 Aus 10 wkts 226 118 12.2 Eng Sydney 23.01.03
3 Aus 10 wkts 186 140 19.0 Ban Manchester 25.06.05
4 Aus 10 wkts 49 105 13.5 Ban North Sound 31.03.07
5 Aus 10 wkts 74 256 37.4 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20

It also provides the fifth occasion of India losing a one day game by ten wickets and the first such loss against India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Margin BR Target Overs Opp Ground Date
1 NZl 10 wkts 30 113 29.0 Ind Melbourne 10.01.81
2 Win 10 wkts 32 200 44.4 Ind Bridgetown 03.05.97
3 SAF 10 wkts 124 165 29.2 Ind Sharjah 22.03.00
4 SAF 10 wkts 85 189 35.5 Ind Kolkata 25.11.05
5 Aus 10 wkts 74 256 37.4 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20

It also provides the eighth occasion of a team winning a one day game by ten wickets chasing a margin of 200 plus runs in the history of one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Margin BR Target Overs Opp Ground  Date
1 SAF 10 wkts 43 279 42.5 Ban Kimberley 15.10.17
2 Aus 10 wkts 74 256 37.4 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20
3 Eng 10 wkts 95 255 34.1 Srl Birmingham 24.06.16
4 NZl 10 wkts 46 236 42.2 Zim Harare 04.08.15
5 Srl 10 wkts 63 230 39.3 Eng Col-RPS 26.03.11
6 Pak 10 wkts 47 226 42.1 Zim Harare 11.09.11
7 Win 10 wkts 19 221 46.5 Pak Melbourne 23.02.92
8 Win 10 wkts 32 200 44.4 Ind Bridgetown 03.05.97

It also provides the third occasion of a team winning a one day game by ten wickets chasing a margin of 200 plus runs in the history of one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Margin BR Target Overs Opp Ground Date
1 SAF 10 wkts 43 279 42.5 Ban Kimberley 15.10.17
2 Aus 10 wkts 74 256 37.4 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20
3 Eng 10 wkts 95 255 34.1 Srl Birmingham 24.06.16

Australia’s win in this game by ten wickets provides the ten wickets win chasing second highest target in the  history of one day games. South Africa had chased 279 runs posting a ten wicket win against Bangladesh at Kimberley on 15.10.17

No Team Margin BR Target Overs Opp Ground Date
1 SAF 10 wkts 43 279 42.5 Ban Kimberley 15.10.17
2 Aus 10 wkts 74 256 37.4 Ind Mumbai 14.01.20