Ind vs Aus ODI Head-to-Head Record: Clash of Titans in ICC World Cup 2023 Final

ICC World Cup 2023 Final IND vs AUS Head-to-Head Records.
ICC World Cup 2023 Final IND vs AUS Head-to-Head Records. Image Source: India/ Australia Instagram

In what promises to be an epic showdown, India and Australia, two cricketing powerhouses, are set to clash in the ICC World Cup 2023 Final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on November 19. As Rohit Sharma’s India aims to maintain its unbeaten streak in the tournament, Pat Cummins‘ Australia seeks redemption after a league stage loss to the hosts.

Head-to-Head Record Ind vs Aus:

In their 150 ODI encounters, Australia holds a statistical advantage with 83 victories compared to India’s 57, with 10 matches ending in No Result. However, the recent trend favors India, having won the last three meetings between the teams.

Australia has been formidable when batting first, securing 49 wins, while India boasts 33 victories when chasing. Notably, India has won the last three encounters against Australia, showcasing their current dominance.

Top Performers:

  • Most Runs (All Time): Sachin Tendulkar (India) – 3077 runs, Ricky Ponting (Australia) – 2164 runs
  • Most Runs (Current): Rohit Sharma (India) – 2332 runs, Steve Smith (Australia) – 1306 runs
  • Highest Scorer: Rohit Sharma (India) – 209, George Bailey (Australia) – 156
  • Most Wickets (All Time): Kapil Dev (India) – 45, Brett Lee (Australia) – 55
  • Most Wickets (Current): Ravindra Jadeja (India) – 37, Adam Zampa (Australia) – 34
  • Best Bowling: Murali Kartik (India) – 6/27, Mitchell Starc (Australia) – 6/43

World Cup Encounters:

In the World Cup history, the teams have met 13 times, with Australia leading 8-5. India secured a crucial victory in their most recent encounter at the 2023 World Cup, winning by 6 wickets.

Record at Narendra Modi Stadium:

The iconic Narendra Modi Stadium has witnessed three clashes between India and Australia, including a memorable 2011 World Cup quarterfinal where India triumphed by 5 wickets. India has a 2-1 advantage at this venue against Australia.

Ongoing Dominance:

India and Australia have been consistent performers at the Narendra Modi Stadium in recent times. India holds an 11-8 record, with a notable 7-wicket victory over Pakistan in their latest encounter.

As the cricketing world eagerly awaits this titanic clash, fans can expect a nail-biting finale with both teams vying for glory in the ICC World Cup 2023.

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