India vs West Indies 2019 ODI Series: Statistical Overview

Hosts India completed a T20I series win over West Indies and will be looking to continue their good form in this one-day series.

On the other hand, Virat Kohli and co. will be looking to maintain their winning momentum in the one-day series against West Indies. Ravendra Jadeja, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammad Shami have made their comeback to the limited-overs squad.

West Indies Skipper Kieron Pollard will be hoping that the side can make a strong comeback in this one-day series that starts from 15th December. Sunil Ambris, Romario Shepherd, Hayden Walsh and Alzarri Joseph have been included in the squad for the one-day series.

Here are some of key statistics with regards to India vs West Indies 2019 ODI Series.

2002 was the last time West Indies won a bilateral one-day series against India in India. Earlier this season, West Indies lost their one-day series to India in the Caribbean.

74.13 is the average for Virat Kohli against West Indies in one-day cricket. He has scored 2150 runs from 37 one-day matches against West Indies. He has scored nine one-day series against West Indies.

290 runs needed by Indian opener Lokesh Rahul to complete 1000 runs in one-day cricket. Rahul currently has scored 710 runs in 24 one-day matches at an average of 37.36 with two centuries and four half-centuries to his name.

113 runs needed by West Indies wicket-keeper Shai Hope to complete 3000 runs in one-day cricket. Hope currently has scored 2887 runs in 70 matches at an average of 52.49 with eight centuries and 14 half-centuries to his name.

18 wickets needed by West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder to complete 150 wickets in one-day internationals. Holder currently has claimed 132 wickets in 110 matches at an average of 35.37.

4 wickets needed by Indian left-arm Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav to complete 100 wickets in limited-overs cricket. Yadav currently has taken 96 wickets in 54 matches at an average of 24.33

14 wickets needed by West Indies left-arm quick Sheldon Cottrell to complete 50 wickets in limited-overs cricket. He currently has taken 36 wickets in 28 matches at an average of 31.55

278 runs needed by Indian opener Rohit Sharma to complete 9,000 runs in limited-overs cricket. Sharma currently has scored 8722 runs in 219 one-day matches at an average of 48.45 with 27 centuries to his name.

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