Updated: 08 October 2023
ICC World Cup 2023: India vs Australia Head-To-Head Stats And Records In ODI: India will host the ICC Men’s One-Day International World Cup 2023. The competition, which will include ten teams, will take place from October 5 to November 19. For the first time in the competition’s history, India will host the whole tournament this year, with 48 matches spread over 10 locations. The final will be played in the world’s largest cricket stadium in Ahmedabad. World Cup excitement has returned, as have cricket rivalries.
India vs Australia is one of the most intense cricket rivalries in the world since these two top ICC sides often fight against each other in ICC games and other tournaments. The last time India and Australia played in World Cup Knockout Games, was in the World Cup 2003 final, where Australia beat India and won the World Cup.
The two countries’ most recent bilateral series took held in 2023. In contrast, the World Cup and other ICC tournaments are constantly concerned with the fans and never miss an international competition in which India and Australia meet. Here is the head to head records of India vs Australia clashes.
India will start its World Cup 2023 campaign against Australia on October 8 in Chennai. Before the mega tournament, both teams are facing each other in 3 ODIs series. Its like dress rehearsal for teams for ODI World Cup.
Stats And Records Of India vs. Australia In ODI Matches
No of Matches Played- 147
Australia Won- 82
India Won- 55
Most home Wins- 38 Australia
Most Away Wins- 32 Australia
Most Neutral Wins- 12 Australia
Highest team total- 389/4 by Australia at Sydney in 2020.
Lowest team total- 63/10 by India at Sydney in 1981.
Highest individual- 209 by Rohit Sharma at Bangalore in 2013.
Best bowling figures- 6/27 by Murli Kartik at Wankhede in 2007.
Most Runs- 3077 by Sachin Tendulkar
Most Wickets- 55 by Bret Lee
Largest Victory- 208 runs by Australia in Sydney 2004
Smallest victory- 1 run by Australia at Chennai in 1987
India To Play Australia In Their Opening Match Of World Cup 2023
According to ICC World cup schedule, which was released on June 27 team India will face Australia in the opening match of the showcase event in Chennai’s Chepauk Stadium. Following their match against Australia, India will face Afghanistan on October 11.
In all, 48 matches will be contested among the World Cup’s ten countries, with India, England, Australia, South Africa, Bangladesh, Pakistan, New Zealand, and Afghanistan gaining direct qualifying. Sri Lanka and Netherlands added to the list through a qualifying competition in Zimbabwe in June.