IND vs ENG Stats Preview 3rd ODI India vs England
IND vs ENG Stats : India will face off England in the third and final ODI match at MCA Stadium in Pune on Sunday, 28 March. The series is leveled at 1-1 after England’s come back win in the second ODI and now both the sides will look to give their best in this series decider.
IND vs ENG Stats Preview
India’s batting performance has been good so far but their openers need to be aggressive in the first power play and then in the middle overs batsmen have to attack England’s spinners and captain Kohli needs to convert his fifties into big hundreds and then the trio of KL Rahul, Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya can score quick runs in the end overs and India can finish much better. In bowling pacers have been impressive but the spin duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Krunal Pandya have been very poor so far and team might play Chahal in this big match. On the other side, England’s batting is in top form and their attacking approach worked very well in the last game and they will come with the same intent in this match as well and it’s going to be a good fight between them and Indian bowlers.
India vs England Statistical Preview of the Third ODI :
A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the Third ODI between India and England in Pune –
Head to Head in ODI Cricket : India vs England record in ODI Cricket.
IND vs ENG in ODI Cricket :
Matches – 102
IND won – 54
ENG won – 43
Tied – 2
No Results – 3
21.06 – Jos Buttler averages only 21.06 against India in ODIs. He has 316 runs at this average in 15 innings with 2 fifties.
613 – KL Rahul has scored 613 runs at an average of 68.11 in 11 ODI innings with 2 hundreds and 4 fifties since the start of 2020.
5000 – Virat Kohli needs just 13 more runs to become the second Indian batsman after Sachin Tendulkar (6976) to score 5000 ODI runs at home in India.
329 – Jonny Bairstow has scored 329 runs in his last 3 ODI innings against India. His last 3 ODI scores against India are – 123, 94 and 111.
6000 – Shikhar Dhawan needs 90 more runs to complete 6000 runs in ODI Cricket. He will become tenth Indian batsman to achieve this milestone and he is also 102 runs away from completing 10,000 runs in International Cricket.
100 – Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow have put 100 or more runs partnerships in each of the last three ODI matches against India. Their these three opening stands are – 110, 135 & 160.