On Tuesday (5 March), India and Australia will meet in the second ODI of the five-match ODI series at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium (Jamtha, Nagpur).
The host side India is currently leading the series by 1-0 after winning the first ODI of the series. On last Saturday (2 March), India won the first ODI of the series at Hyderabad by six wickets (with ten balls remaining).
1. The Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium (Jamtha, Nagpur) has organised eight ODIs where the first batting side won twice and the second batting team won six times.
2. At Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium (Jamtha, Nagpur), the first batting average is 292.38 (average run-rate = 5.93) and the second batting average is 259.63 (average run-rate = 5.69).
3. India has played five ODIs at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium (Jamtha, Nagpur). Out of those, they won thrice and lost the other two times.
4. Australia has played four ODIs at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium (Jamtha, Nagpur). They won only once and lost the other three times.
5. India and Australia have played three ODIs at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium (Jamtha, Nagpur). India won all those matches.
1. In their last 10 ODIs, India won eight matches and lost the other two times.
2. In their previous 10 ODIs, Australia won only twice and lost eight times.
3. India and Australia have played 57 ODIs in India. Out of those, India won 26 ODIs, and Australia won 26 ODIs, while five had no results.
4. In the last 10 ODIs between India and Australia in India, India won seven matches, Australia won two games, and one had no result.
Indian cricketers’ stats
1. All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja (1,990 runs) needs to score ten more runs to complete his 2,000 ODI runs. He will be the third Indian cricketer to score 2,000+ ODI runs and also to take 150+ ODI wickets (171 wickets).
Australian cricketers’ stats
1. Glenn Maxwell (46 wickets) needs to pick up four more wickets to complete his 50 ODI wickets. He will be 10th Australian spinner to take 50 or more ODI wickets. Moreover, he will also become the ninth Australian cricketer to score 2,000+ ODI runs (2,367 runs) and also to pick up 50 or more ODI wickets.
2. Adam Zampa (97 wickets) is three wickets away to complete his 100 List A wickets. Meanwhile, he (44 wickets) is also six wickets away to complete his 50 ODI wickets.
3. Marcus Stoinis (1,971 runs) in 29 runs away to complete his 2,000 List A runs. Moreover, he (48 wickets) is also two wickets away to complete his 50 List A wickets.
4. Alex Carey (999 runs) is one run away to complete his 1,000 List A runs.
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