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A Walkthrough Over Odi Records Of India And Australia Cricket Teams

By Author: cricketbolo
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India and Australia are the two teams that has been always on top of the ODI format, even if the latter has more much World Cups than the former. Both the teams have played 123 matches in overall and Australia’s side is quite heavy. The team won 72 matches, while India won 41. Australia is dominant in the format winning 63.71% of the matches in campaigns against India. In bilateral tournaments as well, Australia has a better record. Of their seven-bilateral series in India, the team defeated India in four. In the first series in 1984-85, Australia won by 3-0, but in the next season, that is, 1986-87, India won by 3-2. India won two bilateral tournaments since 2010. In the season, the teams play only a single ODI, which India won. Back in 2013-14 season, India nicked another victory by 3-2, at home.

Since 2011, the matches between India and Australia cricket teams has become high scoring affairs. Back in 2013 and 2016, the lowest inning score have been only 295. In 2013, the teams scaled 300 plus runs in 11 innings while, in 2016, it was in eight occasions. 383 is the highest score in an India-Australia ODI. It was scored by India back in 2013, November 2. The next highest score is also by India. It was in October 16, 2013, reaching 362 runs. In contrast, India also scored the lowest score of 63 in 1981, January. The match was at Sydney. Australia’s lowest total is 101, in a match at Perth back in 1991, December 8.

In batting, the top scorers are Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting. However, lately, Rohit Sharma is starting to make a strong mark in the tournaments. For the batsman, Australia has been the favorite team as his ODI career set off. Rohit Sharma has been an excellent opener against Australia. The batsman amassed 1104 runs in 13 matches as an opener. His first double century in the format was also against Australia. His double ton is the highest individual score so far. This has also put Sharma as the fifth leading scorers between the countries. Sachin Tendulkar’s knock of 175 runs in November 2009 is the second. In terms of centuries, Sachin Tendulkar has 71 followed by Ricky Ponting at 59.

In bowling, India’s figure is dismaying. The top five wicket takers in bilateral series between the countries are from Australia. The best figure of 39 runs for 6 was achieved by Ken MacLeay in 1983 World Cup. The next best figure is from Greg Chappell with 5 wickets for 15 runs. The match was at Sydney in 1981.

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