England and India will meet on Sunday (30th June) at Edgbaston (Birmingham) which will be the 38th match of the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.
The home team England has earned eight points after winning four out of seven matches of this tournament (lost three matches). Meanwhile, India is still unbeaten in this tournament as they have earned 11 points after winning five out of six matches in this CWC (one no result).
Before this 38th match of 2019 CWC, here we are with some important statistical preview of this match.
Teams’ recent ODI form
England (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Won, Won, Won, Lost, Won, Won, Won, Lost and Lost
India (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Won, Lost, Lost, Lost, Won, Won, Won, Won and Won
ODI records at Edgbaston (Birmingham)
Head-to-Head ODI records
Overall (99 matches): England won 41 ODIs; India won 53 ODIs (2 ties and 3 no results)
In England (41 matches): England won 21 ODIs; India won 16 ODIs (1 tie and 3 no results)
At Edgbaston, Birmingham (4 matches): England won 1 ODI; India won 3 ODIs
In the World Cup (7 matches): England won 3 ODIs; India won 3 ODIs (1 tie)
In the last ten matches: England won 4 ODIs; India won 4 ODIs
- Since the 1992 Cricket World Cup, England has never won against India in CWC. In their last three CWC meetings, India won twice, and the other one had a tie result.
i) In the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, English pacer Jofra Archer has picked up 16 wickets. It is the joint most wickets for an England bowler in an edition of the Cricket World Cup. In 1992 CWC, English pacer Ian Botham took 16 wickets.
i) It will be Eoin Morgan’s 304th international match for England. In international cricket history, he will be the second most-capped player for England. Only James Anderson has played more international matches for England than Morgan as Anderson has featured in 361 international matches for this team.
ii) Eoin Morgan has scored 3,953 ODI runs as an England captain. Scoring 47 more runs, Morgan will become the first England ODI captain to score 4,000 runs.
i) English cricketer Joe Root has already scored 13,310 runs international career. Scoring 22 more runs, he will surpass Ian Bell (13,331 runs) and will become the third leading international run-scorer for England. The top two English batsmen in this list are Alastair Cook (15,737 runs) and Kevin Pietersen (13,779 runs).
i) English opener Jason Roy has scored 3,896 runs in the international career. He is 104 runs away to complete 4,000 international runs.
i) The left-arm chinaman Kuldeep Yadav will play his 50th ODI.
i) The right-arm medium-pacer Hardik Pandya has taken 49 ODI wickets. He is one wicket away to complete his 50 ODI wickets.
i) The right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni has scored 1,504 ODI runs against England. Among the Indian batsmen, only Yuvraj Singh scored more ODI runs against England than Dhoni. Yuvraj scored 1,523 ODI runs against this side while Dhoni is 19 runs behind of Yuvraj.
ii) MS Dhoni has scored 16,965 runs in the international career. Scoring 35 more runs, Dhoni will become the fifth Indian batsman to score 17,000 international runs.
iii) MS Dhoni has also scored 2,957 international runs against England. The right-handed batsman is 43 runs away to complete his 3,000 international runs against this side. After Sachin Tendulkar (3,990 runs) and Virat Kohli (3,028 runs), Dhoni will be the third Indian cricketer to score 3,000 or more international runs against England.
iv) MS Dhoni has already made seven stumpings in Cricket World Cup, and one more stumping will put him to the second position in the most stumpings list in CWC history. Former Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara is on top of this list with 13 CWC stumpings.