Australia vs India 2019 ODI Series: Statistical Overview

India became the first Asian team to win a Test match series in Australia. It has been a historic achievement for Virat Kohli’s men who were thrashed in England four months ago. Cheteshwar Pujara and Jaspreet Bumrah played leading roles to see India complete a historic series win down under. India will now turn their attention towards upcoming three-match one-day series. The visitors will be keen to continue their winning streak in the one-day series as well.

On the other hand, Australia will be disappointed as they were completely outplayed in the four-match Test series. Australia ODI Captain Aaron Finch will need to lead from the front with the bat. The inclusion of experienced players like Usman Khuwaja, Nathan Lyon and Peter Siddle will value to the side struggling to get good results in limited-overs format. Virat Kohli will lead India for the Australia vs India 2019 ODI Series.

Here are some of the important statistics for Australia vs India 2019 ODI series.

6 victories for India out of 28 one-day games played between India and Australia in Australia since 2000. India lost their previous one-day series in Australia.

71 one-day games have been played between India and Australia since Jan 2000. Australia have dominated the proceedings with 41 victories to their name. India have only managed to win 23 games with 7 ended in no-result.

2 victories for Australia out of 13 one-day games played since January 2018. Australia last one-day series win came in Jan 2017 against Pakistan.

170 runs needed by Opener Aaron Finch to complete 1,000 runs against India in one-day internationals. He currently has scored 830 runs in 17 games at an average of 51.87 with two centuries to his name.

65 runs needed by India’s Shikhar Dhawan to complete 5,000 runs in the limited-overs format. He currently has scored 4935 runs in 115 games at an average of 45.69 with 15 centuries to his name.

1 wicket needed by medium pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar to complete 100 wickets in one-day cricket. Kumar currently has 99 wickets from 95 games at an average of 38.22.

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