On Thursday (6th June), the defending champions Australia will face Windies at Trent Bridge (Nottingham) in the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.

Both won their respective opening matches of this tournament and the upcoming game will be their second game of this tournament. In their respective first matches of this tournament, Australia defeated Afghanistan (by seven wickets) and Windies thrashed Pakistan (by seven wickets).

Ahead of this 10th match of this ongoing Cricket World Cup, let’s look at some vital statistical preview of this match.

Teams’ recent ODI form

Australia (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Lost, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won and Won.

Windies (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Won, Lost, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won and Lost.

 

ODI records at Trent Bridge (Nottingham)

Australia

Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
8 3 4 1/0

 

Windies

Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
8 6 1 0/1

 

Head-to-Head ODI records

Overall (139 matches): Australia won 73 ODIs; Windies won 60 ODIs (3 tied and 3 no results)

At neutral venues (14 matches): Australia won 7 ODIs; Windies won 7 ODI

In England (5 matches): Australia won 1 ODI; Windies won 4 ODIs

At Trent Bridge, Nottingham: Never played

In the World Cup (9 matches): Australia won 4 ODIs; Windies won 5 ODIs

In the last ten matches:  Australia won 9 ODIs; Windies won 1 ODI

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Players’ stats

(Australia)

David Warner

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i) With one more catch, David Warner (49 catches) will complete his 50 ODI catches.

 

Mitchell Starc

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i) After playing 76 ODIs, the left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc has taken 146 wickets. With four more wickets, Starc will complete his 150 ODI wickets. Currently, the fastest bowler to complete 150 ODI wickets is Saqlain Mushtaq (Pakistan) who took 78 ODIs to achieve this feat.

 

Marcus Stoinis

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i) The all-rounder Marcus Stoinis needs to score 37 more runs to complete his 1,000 ODI runs as he has scored 963 runs. He has also picked up 28 wickets in ODI career. With 37 more runs, Stoinis will become the 19th Australian cricketer to score 1,000 ODI runs as well as to take minimum 25 ODI wickets.

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(Windies)

Jason Holder

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i) Windies captain Jason Holder has taken 95 wickets as ODI captain. With five more wickets, he will be the first Windies captain to take 100 ODI wickets.

 

Shimron Hetmyer

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i) The youngster Shimron Hetmyer has already scored 906 runs in ODI career. With 94 more runs, he will complete 1,000 ODI runs.

 

Chris Gayle

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i) The Caribbean star Chris Gayle is currently the joint record holder along with Carl Hooper to take most ODI catches for Windies as a non-wicketkeeper. Like Hooper, Gayle has also grabbed 120 ODI catches and he will surpass Hooper by taking one more ODI catch.

ii) Chris Gayle has scored 994 runs in Cricket World Cup. By scoring six more runs, Gayle will become the third Windies cricketer to score 1,000 runs in Cricket World Cup. The first two Caribbean batsmen to achieve this feat were Sir Viv Richards (1,013 runs) and Brian Lara (1,225 runs).

 

Andre Russell

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i) Windies all-rounder Andre Russell has scored 998 ODI runs and with two more runs, he will complete his 1,000 ODI runs. Moreover, the right-arm pacer has also picked up 67 ODI wickets. Till the date, a total of 10 Windies cricketers have scored 1,000 ODI runs and also taken 50 or more ODI wickets.