ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 40): Bangladesh vs India – Stats Preview
On Tuesday (2nd July), two Asian teams Bangladesh and India will face each other at Edgbaston (Birmingham) in the match 40 of the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.
After playing seven matches in this tournament, Bangladesh has earned seven points, and India has earned 11 points. It is the must-win game for Bangladesh to stay in the semi-finals contention while India is just one point away to secure their semi-finals spot.
Ahead of this crucial match between Bangladesh and India, let’s look at some essential stats preview of this match.
Venue stats (Edgbaston, Birmingham)
Important ODI stats
|Highest total||408/9 (50 overs) by England against New Zealand on 9th June 2015||264/7 (50 overs) against India on 15th June 2017||319/3 (46 overs) against Pakistan on 4th June 2017|
|Lowest completed total||70 (25.2 overs) by Australia against England on 4th June 1977||93 (31.3 overs) against South Africa on 12th September 2004||190 (53.1 overs) against West Indies on 9th June 1979|
|Highest score||171* by Glenn Turner (New Zealand) against East Africa on 7th June 1975||70 by Tamim Iqbal against India on 15th June 2017||123* by Rohit Sharma against Bangladesh on 15th June 2017|
|Best bowling||6/52 by Josh Hazlewood (Australia) against New Zealand on 2nd June 2017||3/31 by Mashrafe Mortaza against England on 12th July 2010||5/69 by Mohammed Shami against England on 30th June 2019|
Venue’s ODI history in the first and second batting
|Stats||Total||1st batting||2nd batting|
|Innings average* (Average run-rate)*||214.16 (4.63)||232.57 (4.78)||194.07 (4.46)|
In last 10 completed ODIs
|Stats||Total||1st batting||2nd batting|
|Innings average* (Average run-rate)*||250.40 (5.68)||276.20 (5.56)||224.60 (5.83)|
(Special Note: in Innings average and Average run-rate, only incomplete innings have been excluded. Included all the completed innings and target reached)
(Special Note: Overall – In addition, one more ODI had the tie result at this venue)
Teams’ ODI records at Edgbaston (Birmingham)
Bangladesh vs India
|Stats||Total ODIs||Bangladesh Won||India Won||Tied/No Result|
|At neutral venues||10||1||9||0/0|
|At Edgbaston (Birmingham)||1||0||1||0/0|
|In the World Cup||3||1||2||0/0|
|In last 10 ODIs||10||2||7||0/1|
- Since June 2015, Bangladesh hasn’t won an ODI against India. India has won all their last four ODIs against Bangladesh.
i) Tamim Iqbal will play his 200th ODI match. He will be the fourth Bangladesh cricketer to play at least 200 ODI matches. Only Mashrafe Mortaza (213 matches), Mushfiqur Rahim (211 matches) and Shakib Al Hasan (204 matches) have played more ODIs for Bangladesh than Tamim Iqbal.
ii) Opener Tamim Iqbal (996 runs) is four runs away to complete his 1,000 international runs against India. Only Mushfiqur Rahim has achieved this feat for Bangladesh as he has scored 1,106 international runs against India.
iii) Mahmudullah (3,947 runs) needs to score 53 more runs to complete his 4,000 ODI runs. He will be the fourth Bangladesh batsman to score 4,000 ODI runs.
iv) Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza (19 wickets) is two wickets away to become the second most CWC wicket-taker for Bangladesh. Only Shakib Al Hasan (33 wickets) and Abdur Razzak (20 wickets) are ahead of Mortaza in the most CWC wickets list for Bangladesh.
v) Adding two more wickets, Mashrafe Mortaza (98 wickets) will be the first Bangladesh captain to take 100 ODI wickets.
i) One more stumping will help MS Dhoni to achieve the second most stumpings in Cricket World Cup history. Making seven CWC stumpings, MS Dhoni is currently in the joint second position along with Adam Gilchrist (Australia), Moin Khan (Pakistan) and Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh). Only the former Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara is ahead of them who made 13 stumpings in CWC history.
ii) Virat Kohli (969 runs) is 31 runs away to complete his 1,000 CWC runs. After Sachin Tendulkar (2,278 runs) and Sourav Ganguly (1,006 runs), Kohli will be the third Indian to score 1,000 CWC runs. Kohli will surpass Sourav Ganguly in this list by scoring 38 more runs.
iii) Virat Kohli (382 runs) needs to score 84 more runs to become the most run-scorer as an Indian captain in an edition of the Cricket World Cup. Only Sourav Ganguly is ahead of Kohli with 465 runs which he scored in 2003 CWC.
iv) Hardik Pandya (918 runs) needs to score 82 more runs to complete his 1,000 ODI runs.
v) One more wicket will help Hardik Pandya (49 wickets) to complete his 50 wickets in ODI career.
v) Indian pacer Mohammed Shami (30 wickets) is two wickets away to become the third most wicket-taker for India in CWC history. Only Zaheer Khan (44 wickets), Javagal Srinath (44 wickets) and Anil Kumble (31 wickets) took more CWC wickets for India than Shami.
vi) Another Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah (195 wickets) is five wickets away to complete his 200 international wickets.
vii) Jasprit Bumrah (95 wickets) is also five wickets behind to complete his 100 ODI wickets. While Bumrah has already played 55 ODIs, he can equal Mohammed Shami’s fastest 100 wickets record for India which he managed in 56 ODIs.
|Jaipur Pink Panthers||10||7||37|
|Dabang Delhi K.C.||8||6||34|
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