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ICC ODI World Cup 2023 IND vs SA: ODI Stats, Records, Schedule & Pitch Report Of Eden Gardens Stadium, Kolkata. At the ICC World Cup 2023, India and South Africa held the top positions on the points table. They are set to face each other in the 37th ODI match of the ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 on Sunday, November 5th, at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

India is currently in top form, with skipper Rohit Sharma’s astute leadership guiding Team Blue to impressive progress in the ongoing World Cup tournament. On November 2nd, India secured a victory over their Southern Asian rival, Sri Lanka, in the 33rd ODI match at Wankhede Stadium.

The Proteas recently secured a resounding victory against New Zealand, winning by 190 runs, and they maintained their impressive performance in the World Cup 2023. South Africa’s only loss came against the Netherlands, but with 12 points, they are again leading the ICC points table.

The Eden Gardens in Kolkata holds immense historical importance and is the largest stadium in India. Often referred to as “cricket’s equivalent of the Colosseum,” this venue can accommodate approximately 66,000 spectators following its renovation before the 2011 World Cup. In the past, it was believed that the stadium could hold up to 100,000 people.

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Eden Gardens Stadium Stats & Records In ODIs

Total Match Played: 36 matches

Won by Batting First: 21 matches

Won by Bowling First: 15 matches

Average 1st Innings Total: 241 runs

Average 2nd Innings Total: 201 runs

Highest Total: 404/4 runs by India 

Lowest Total: 63/10 by Indian Women

Highest Total Chased: 317/3 runs by Indian Women

Lowest Total Chased: 195/10 runs by India

ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule At Eden Gardens Stadium 

  1. Bangladesh vs Netherlands on October 28 at 02:00 PM IST (Netherlands won by 89 runs)
  1. Bangladesh vs Pakistan on October 31 at 02:00 PM IST (Pakistan won by 7 wickets)
  1. India vs South Africa on November 5 at 02:00 PM IST 
  1. England vs Pakistan on 11 November at 02:00 PM IST
  1. Semi-Final no.2 on 16 November at 02:00 PM IST

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Eden Gardens Stadium Pitch Report 

The cricket stadium at Eden Gardens in Kolkata has a renowned ability to host high-scoring matches. The average first innings score of 241 indicates the pitch’s strong bias towards the batting side. In the second innings, an average score of 201 is commonly obtained, underscoring the pitch’s tendency to offer ample run-scoring opportunities.

Moreover, spin bowlers frequently play a crucial role in the latter part of the game, asserting their dominance and adding to the captivating battle between the batsmen and spinners.

IND vs SA Head To Head Stats & Records In ODIs

Total Match Played: 90 matches

Won by India: 37 matches 

Won by South Africa: 50 matches

No Result: 3 matches

Tied: 0

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Average Total (India): 245.50

Average Total (South Africa): 250.50

Most Individual Runs (India): 2001 runs by Sachin Tendulkar 

Highest Team Total: 438 runs by South Africa

Lowest Team Total: 91 runs by India 

Most Individual Runs (South Africa): 1535 runs by Jacques Kallis

Highest Individual Score (India): 200 runs by Sachin Tendulkar

Highest Individual Score (South Africa): 135 runs by Quinton de Kock 

Most Wickets (India): 31 wickets by Harbhajan Singh 

Most Wickets (South Africa): 48 wickets by Shaun Pollock

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India Cricket Squad For World Cup 

KL Rahul, Shardul Thakur, Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas Iyer, Ishan Kishan, Ravichandran Ashwin, Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Hardik Pandya (vc), Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, Ravindra Jadeja, Rohit Sharma (c), Shubman Gill.

Prasidh Krishna replaces injured Pandya in the ongoing CWC 2023.

South Africa Cricket Squad For World Cup 

David Miller, Heinrich Klaasen, Kagiso Rabada, Aiden Markram, Reeza Hendricks, Keshav Maharaj, Quinton de Kock, Lizaad Williams, Lungi Ngidi, Rassie van der Dussen, Tabraiz Shamsi, Gerald Coetzee, Marco Jansen, Temba Bavuma (c), Andile Phehlukwayo.