India will be looking to make a strong comeback in the five-match one-day series against Australia that starts from 2nd March in Hyderabad.
Skipper Aaron Finch will need to lead from the front for Australia in this one-day series. Shaun Marsh, Usman Khuwaja, Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis are experienced players for the side for the upcoming one-day series.
On the other hand, India will be keen to start afresh after losing the two-match T20I series. Captain Virat Kohli will lead India for the five-match ODI series. Vijay Shankar, Ravendra Jadeja and Siddharth Kaul are included in the limited-overs squad for the one-day series.
Hardik Pandya and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will not make their appearance due to various reasons. It will be interesting to see how India perform in this one-day series against Australia.
Let’s take a look at some of the important statistics related to India vs Australia 2019 ODI Series
2009 was the last time Australia won a bilateral one-day series in India. Skipper Aaron Finch will be hoping to spring a surprise and win the one-day series against India.
131 matches have been played between Australia and India in limited-overs cricket. Australia clearly have dominated the proceedings with 74 victories. India have managed to win 47 games in the format. 10 one-day games have ended in a no-result.
29 wickets needed by Indian leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal to complete 100 wickets in the 50-over format. He currently has taken 71 wickets in 40 matches at an average of 23.83
192 runs required by India’s Rohit Sharma to complete 8000 runs in limited-overs cricket. Sharma currently has scored 7808 runs in 201 matches with 22 centuries to his name.
193 runs needed by Australia’s Marcus Stoinis to complete 808 runs in limited-overs cricket. Stoinis currently has scored 807 runs in 24 matches at an average of 42.47.
222 runs required by India’s Rohit Sharma to complete 2000 runs against Australia in limited-overs cricket. Sharma currently has scored 1778 runs in 31 matches with seven centuries to his name.