Bangladesh and India will meet on Tuesday (2nd July) at Edgbaston (Birmingham) in the match 40 of the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.
Both teams have played seven matches in this tournament. India have earned 11 points after winning five matches, suffering one defeat and one had no result. Meanwhile, Bangladesh have gained seven points in this tournament as they have won thrice, lost thrice and their one match had no result.
Before this 40th match of the ongoing 2019 CWC, here we are with some crucial statistical preview.
Teams’ recent ODI form
Bangladesh (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Won, Won, Won, Won, Lost, Lost, Won, Lost and Won
India (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Lost, Lost, Lost, Won, Won, Won, Won, Won and Lost
ODI records at Edgbaston (Birmingham)
Head-to-Head ODI records
Overall (35 matches): Bangladesh won 5 ODIs; India won 29 ODIs (1 no result)
At neural venues (10 matches): Bangladesh won 1 ODI; India won 9 ODIs
In England (1 match): Bangladesh won 0 ODIs; India won 1 ODI
At Edgbaston, Birmingham (1 match): Bangladesh won 0 ODIs; India won 1 ODI
In the World Cup (3 matches): Bangladesh won 1 ODI; India won 2 ODIs
In the last ten matches: Bangladesh won 2 ODIs; India won 7 ODIs (1 no result)
- Last time, Bangladesh beat India in an ODI match on 21st June 2015 at Dhaka. Since then, India have beaten Bangladesh in four successive ODIs.
i) As a Bangladesh captain, Mashrafe Mortaza has already taken 98 ODI wickets. He is two wickets away to become the first Bangladesh ODI captain to pick up 100 wickets.
ii) In Cricket World Cup history, Mashrafe Mortaza has taken 19 wickets. Only Shakib Al Hasan (33 wickets) and Abdur Razzak (20 wickets) have picked up more CWC wickets than Mortaza while he will surpass Abdur Razzak after taking two more wickets.
i) It will be Tamim Iqbal’s 200th ODI match for Bangladesh. After Mashrafe Mortaza (213 matches), Mushfiqur Rahim (211 matches) and Shakib Al Hasan (204 matches), Tamim will be the fourth Bangladesh cricketer to play 200 ODI matches.
ii) The left-handed opening batsman Tamim Iqbal has scored 996 international runs against India. Scoring four more runs, Tamim will become the second Bangladesh batsman to score 1,000 international runs against India. Mushfiqur Rahim was the first Bangladesh cricketer to achieve this feat as he has scored 1,106 international runs against India.
i) Bangladesh cricketer Mahmudullah Riyad has already scored 3,947 runs in ODI career. The right-handed batsman is 53 runs behind to complete his 4,000 ODI runs. Till the date, only three Bangladesh batsmen have reached the 4,000 runs milestone in ODI cricket.
i) In the Cricket World Cup history, Virat Kohli has already scored 969 runs. He is going to be the third Indian to score 1,000 CWC runs after adding 31 more runs. Sachin Tendulkar (2,278 runs) and Sourav Ganguly (1,006 runs) were the first two Indians to score 1,000 CWC runs.
ii) Indian captain Virat Kohli has already scored 382 runs in the ongoing 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. As an Indian captain, only Sourav Ganguly scored more runs in a CWC edition (465 runs in 2003 CWC), and Kohli is 84 runs away to create a new record.
i) The Indian pacer Mohammed Shami has already claimed 30 wickets in his Cricket World Cup career. After Zaheer Khan (44 wickets), Javagal Srinath (44 wickets) and Anil Kumble (31 wickets), Shami is in the fourth position in India’s most CWC wickets list. Two more wickets will help Shami to climb up to the third position in this list after surpassing the former Indian leg-spinner, Anil Kumble.
i) Indian pace bowler Jasprit Bumrah has already taken 95 ODI wickets, and he is five wickets away to complete his 100 ODI wickets. India’s fastest 100 ODI wickets record holder is Mohammed Shami who achieved this feat in 56 ODIs. While Bumrah has already played 55 ODIs, he has the chance to become India’s joint fastest 100 ODI wicket-takers.
ii) Jasprit Bumrah has also bagged 195 wickets in the international career. With five more wickets, he will complete 200 wickets in the international career.
i) Indian wicketkeeper MS Dhoni has made seven stumpings in the Cricket World Cup history. At present, Dhoni is in the joint second position in the most CWC stumpings list along with Adam Gilchrist (Australia), Moin Khan (Pakistan) and Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh). Former Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara is on top of this list with 13 CWC stumpings.
i) Indian medium-pacer Hardik Pandya has taken 49 wickets in 51 ODIs. He will complete his 50 ODI wickets by taking one more wicket.