India and Windies will meet on Thursday (27th June) at Old Trafford, Manchester in the match 34 of the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.

India has played five matches in this tournament and has earned nine points (won four matches and one had no result). Meanwhile, Windies has played six matches in this tournament and has won three points (one victory, four defeats and one no result.)

Ahead of this match between India and Windies, here we are with some statistical preview of this match.

Teams’ recent ODI form

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

Windies (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Lost, Won, Lost, Lost, Won, Lost, No Result, Lost, Lost and Lost.

ODI records at Old Trafford (Manchester)

India

Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
9 4 5 0/0

 

Windies

Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result
7 2 5 0/0

 

Head-to-Head ODI records

Overall (126 matches): India won 59 ODIs; Windies won 62 ODIs (2 ties and 3 no results)

At neutral venues (35 matches): India won 18 ODIs; Windies won 15 ODIs (1 tie and 1 no result)

In England (5 matches): India won 3 ODIs; Windies won 2 ODIs

At Old Trafford, Manchester (1 match): India won 1 ODI; Windies won 0 ODIs

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In the World Cup (8 matches): India won 5 ODIs; Windies won 3 ODIs

In the last ten matches:  India won 6 ODIs; Windies won 2 ODIs (1 tie and 1 no result)

  • Last time Windies beat India in the Cricket World Cup history was on 10th March 1992 at Wellington. Since then, India has won three successive CWC matches against Windies.

 

Players’ stats

(India)

MS Dhoni

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i) The wicketkeeper MS Dhoni has made seven stumpings in Cricket World Cup which is the equal CWC stumpings record of Adam Gilchrist (Australia), Moin Khan (Pakistan) and Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh). Only the former Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara is ahead of them with 13 CWC stumpings.

ii) MS Dhoni has scored 16,909 runs in the international career. By scoring 91 more runs, Dhoni will become the fifth Indian batsman to score 17,000 international runs.

 

Virat Kohli

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i) Indian captain Virat Kohli has scored 19,963 runs in international career after playing 416 international innings. While Kohli will become the 12th batsman to score 20,000 international runs, he also has an excellent chance to become the fastest batsman to score 20,000 international runs. In the fastest 20,000 international runs record, Brian Lara (West Indies) and Sachin Tendulkar (India) are jointly on top as both achieved this feat in 453 international innings.

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ii) Virat Kohli has already scored 1,840 ODI runs against Windies. Only the former Pakistan cricketer Javed Miandad scored more ODI runs against Windies than Kohli as Miandad scored 1,930 ODI runs against this Caribbean team.

 

Kuldeep Yadav

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i) The left-arm chinaman Kuldeep Yadav has picked up 149 international wickets. Another wicket will help him to complete his 150 international wickets.

 

Hardik Pandya

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i) Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya will play his 50th ODI during this match.

ii) Hardik Pandya has already claimed 48 ODI wickets. Another two wickets will help him to complete his 50 ODI wickets.

 

(Windies)

Jason Holder

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i) It will be the 150th international match for Jason Holder.

ii) Jason Holder has scored 2,979 international runs as a Windies captain. He is 21 runs away to become the seventh Windies captain to score 3,000 international runs.

iii) As a Windies captain, Jason Holder has taken 96 ODI wickets. He is four wickets away to become the first Windies captain to claim 100 ODI wickets.

 

Chris Gayle

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i) While it will be Chris Gayle’s 454th international game, he will be the joint most-capped international player for Windies. He will level the record of the former Caribbean cricketer Shivnarine Chanderpaul who also played 454 international matches.

ii) Chris Gayle has already scored 10,290 ODI runs. He will surpass Brian Lara (10,348 runs) after scoring 59 more ODI runs and he will become the new leading ODI run-scorer as a Windies batsman.

iii) Chris Gayle has already scored 1,138 runs in Cricket World Cup. Scoring 88 more runs, Gayle will become the most CWC run-scorer for Windies after breaking Brian Lara’s record of 1,225 CWC runs.

 

Ashley Nurse

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i) Off-spinner Ashley Nurse has already taken 49 ODI wickets and another wicket will help him to complete his 50 ODI wickets.