Host England will be looking to continue their winning form in home conditions when they take on Australia in the three-match ODI series that starts from 11th September. Swashbuckling opener Jason Roy has fully recovered from a side strain and included in the 14-member squad for upcoming series against Australia.
The inclusion of Jason Roy means Joe Denly has been not been included and will participate in the Vitality T20 Blast competition this week. Phil Salt, Dawid Malan and Saqib Mahmood are named as reserve players for the series.
England Skipper Eoin Morgan is expected to be fit for the opening game of the series after a minor finger injury sustained during the final game of the T20I series. Jos Buttler is subjected to go through a Covid-19 Test before he joins the squad for the one-day series.
On the other hand, Australia have included uncapped trio of Daniel Sams, Riley Meredith and Josh Phillipe for the upcoming one-day series against England. Aaron Finch will lead the side for the one-day series and will be hoping premier players can come to the party against England.
Here are some of the most important statistics related to England vs Australia 2020 ODI series.
11 victories for England out of last 13 one-day matches played against Australia since 2017. Last time, Australia suffered 5-0 whitewash at the hands of England in a one-day series played in England in 2018.
12 wickets needed by Leg-spinner Adil Rashid to complete 50 wickets against Australia in one-day internationals. Currently, he has claimed 38 wickets at an average of 28.68 with three five-wicket hauls to his name.
136 runs needed by England Captain Eoin Morgan to complete 2000 runs against Australia in limited-overs cricket. He currently has accumulated 1864 runs in 53 ODI matches at an average of 41.42 with three centuries and fourteen half-centuries to his name.
234 runs needed by England Captain Eoin Morgan to complete 7000 runs in one-day internationals. He currently has accumulated 6766 runs in 216 ODI matches at an average of 40.27 with thirteen centuries and forty-one half-centuries to his name
74 runs required by England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler to complete 1000 runs against Australia in one-day internationals. Currently, he has scored 926 runs in 29 matches at an average of 46.30 with two centuries and five half-centuries to his name.
136 runs needed by Former Australian captain Steven Smith to complete 1000 runs against England in limited-overs cricket. Currently, Smith has scored 864 runs in 30 ODI matches at an average of 33.23 with one century and three half-centuries to his name.
156 runs needed by England opening batsman Jason Roy to complete 1000 runs against Australia in one-day cricket. Currently, Smith has scored 844 runs in 17 ODI matches at an average of 49.64 with three centuries and four half-centuries to his name.
118 runs needed by Australian Captain Aaron Finch to complete 5000 runs in limited-overs cricket. Currently, Finch has accumulated 4882 runs in 126 matches at an average of 41.02 with 16 centuries and 26 centuries to his name.