India vs England ODI Series: Statistical Preview

Virat Kohli and co. will be pleased after completing a T20I series win in England. The visitors will be keen to do well in a three-match one-day series that starts from 12th July. England are currently no.1 side in limited overs cricket and would be keen to extend their lead at the top of ICC Rankings. Eoin Morgan will be wary of threat that India pose as a side in limited-overs cricket. With the likes of Lokesh Rahul, Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav, the men in blue will certainly put in a tough fight against England in the one-day series. The test series will also be played after one-day series and will begin from 1st August.

Here are some of the statistics ahead of India vs England 2018 series:

79 runs needed by Virat Kohli to complete 1,000 runs against England in limited overs cricket.

Indian Captain has scored 921 runs in 26 games at an average of 41.86 with three centuries to his name.

15 wickets picked up by England’s pace bowler Chris Woakes against India in one-day cricket. He has two four-fors against India in the format.

2014 was last time India played a one-day series in England. The visitors came out on top in the five-match series by 3-1 margin. Virat Kohli and co. will be looking to win this series as well.

1 win for India out of three games played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. India came out on top against England in the game played in 2014 at the same venue.

2 consecutive games England have scored over 400 runs in an innings. Will England do a third against Virat Kohli and co.on Thursday?

2 back-to-back hundreds scored by Alex Hales at his home venue i.e. Trent Bridge, Nottingham. He averages 88.20 from 6 games played for England at this venue.

7 wickets needed by Yuzvendra Chahal to reach 50 wickets in one-day internationals. He currently has 43 wickets from 23 games at an average of 21.83

It is certainly to be epic series as England take on India in three-match one-day series.


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