The arch-rivals England and Australia will meet on Tuesday (25th June) at Lord’s (London) in the match 32 of the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.
The home team England and the defending champions Australia both have played six matches in this tournament. Out of these matches, while this English team has won four matches, Australia has managed five victories.
Before this 32nd game of this tournament, here we are with some vital statistical preview of this match.
Teams’ recent ODI form
England (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Lost, Won, Won, Won and Lost
Australia (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Lost, Won, Won and Won
ODI records at Lord’s (London)
Head-to-Head ODI records
Overall (147 matches): England won 61 ODIs; Australia won 81 ODIs (2 ties and 3 no results)
In England (68 matches): England won 34 ODIs; Australia won 30 ODIs (2 ties and 2 no results)
At Lord’s, London (14 matches): England won 5 ODIs; Australia won 8 ODIs (1 tie)
In the World Cup (7 matches): England won 2 ODIs; Australia won 5 ODIs
In the last ten matches: England won 9 ODIs; Australia won 1 ODI
- Last time England beat Australia in the Cricket World Cup in March 1992. Since then, Australia has won three successive CWC matches against England.
i) The right-arm pacer Jofra Archer has taken 15 wickets in this Cricket World Cup. Only Ian Botham took more wickets for England in a CWC edition as he picked up 16 wickets in 1992 Cricket World Cup. With two more wickets, Archer will create a new record for England.
i) English batsman Joe Root has already scored 13,302 runs in the international career. Scoring 30 more runs, Root will surpass Ian Bell (13,331 runs) and will become the third most international run-scorer for England. Only Alastair Cook (15,737 runs) and Kevin Pietersen (13,779 runs) will remain ahead of Joe Root in the most international runs table for England.
i) English leggie Adil Rashid has bagged 35 ODI wickets against Australia. His performance is equal to another former English pacer Ian Botham who also took 35 ODI wickets against Australia. Among the English bowlers, only James Anderson has taken more ODI wickets against Australia than Rashid and Botham as the pacer has claimed 38 ODI wickets against Australia.
i) The left-handed batsman Eoin Morgan has already scored 3,949 ODI runs as an England captain. With 51 more runs, he will become the first England ODI captain to score 4,000 runs.
i) Wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler has scored 901 ODI runs against Australia. By scoring 99 more runs, Buttler will become the fourth England batsman to score 1,000 ODI runs against Australia.
i) As an Australian captain, Aaron Finch has scored 396 runs in Cricket World Cup. Only Steve Waugh (398 runs) and Ricky Ponting (1,160 runs) scored more CWC runs as an Australian captain than Finch. Scoring three more runs, Finch will surpass Waugh in this list.
i) The left-handed opening batsman David Warner has scored 12,945 runs in the international career. He needs to add 55 more runs to become the ninth Australian batsman to score 13,000 international runs.
i) The all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has scored 999 ODI runs. By adding one more run, Stoinis will complete his 1,000 ODI runs.