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Thursday, 28 August 2014

Stats Highlights: England vs India, 2nd ODI | Royal London ODI Series

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Alex Hales was making his ODI debut for England. He became 236th player to represent England in ODIs. (Also Read: Centurion Raina stars in India’s victory - England vs India, 2nd ODI)

Virat Kohli was dismissed for a duck in an ODI for the third time against England. He has not scored more than one duck against any other opponent.

Suresh Raina (100) scored his fourth ODI hundred – first outside the subcontinent. 

Raina, on 2, completed his 1000 ODI runs against England. He became sixth batsman after Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni, Rahul Dravid and Virender Sehwag to reach this landmark.

Raina’s hundred was only the third ODI hundred by an Indian batsman against England in England. Indians have scored 9 hundreds against other sides in England though!

Suresh Raina and MS Dhoni average 60.07 while batting together in ODIs. This is the highest average for any pair in ODIs having batted together in at least 50 innings.

The Raina-Dhoni pair became the first pair to aggregate 1,000 runs against England in ODIs (in 16 innings). In doing so, the pair surpassed the previous record held by Australia’s Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden, who had aggregated 989 in 22 innings.

India made 304 for six – the same score they had made against the same side at same venue three years ago!

India’s 304 for six was their 79th score of 300 or more in ODIs- most for any side. Australia are second with 77 such instances.

Ravindra Jadeja’s figures of 4 for 28 are the best by any bowler at Cardiff, beating New Zealand’s Kyle Mills’ 4 for 30 in 2013

It was only the third time in 17 matches at Cardiff that side batting first won a match.

The defeat was England’s first at Cardiff in 8 matches. They have four games here, while 3 matches ended without producing a result.

The win by 133 runs is India’s second biggest against England. The details:

India’s biggest wins over England
Margin
Venue
Year
158 runs
Rajkot
2008
133 runs
Cardiff
2014
127 runs
Kochi
2013
126 runs
Hyderabad
2011
95 runs
Kolkata
2011
86 runs
Sydney
1985

India’s win by 133 runs is their fourth biggest in opponent’s home. The details:

India’s biggest win against an opponent in opponent’s home


Margin
Opponent
Venue
Year
200 runs
Bangladesh
Dhaka
2003
161 runs
Zimbabwe
Harare
2005
147 runs
Sri Lanka
Colombo RPS
2009
133 runs
England
Cardiff
2014
107 runs
Australia
Perth
1991
102 runs
West Indies
Port-of-Spain
2013

India have now won six matches on the trot in England. They had won five in a row in 2013 Champions Trophy.

source:bcci.tv

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