Australia vs India, 2019: 2nd ODI – Statistical Preview
All the key stats and numbers that matter ahead of the crucial ODI at the Adelaide Oval.
Updated - Jan 14, 2019 1:10 pm
Australia took early lead in the 3-match ODI series against India as they defeated them in the first match at Sydney by 34 runs. The Aussie pacers put India’s formidable top-order under pressure which made the difference in the first ODI. Rohit Sharma’s stand-alone performance wasn’t enough to guide India home as no other batsman supported him in the cause. Australia would require a better batting show than playing it safe as they did in the previous game if they want to win this series.
All the key stats and numbers that matter ahead of the crucial ODI at the Adelaide Oval:
1-4 – India’s win-loss record against Australia in ODI cricket at the Adelaide Oval. However, India won seven of the nine ODIs they played at this venue against other countries losing one while the other ending in a Tie.
4 – Australian team has won only four of their last 20 ODI matches. They won both their ODIs at the Adelaide Oval and two of the six ODIs against India among these 20 games.
5 – They won all the five ODIs since the start of 2014 at the Adelaide Oval. Between 2011 and 2013, Australia lost four of the five ODI matches they played at this venue including their only defeat to India here.
17.6 – Rohit Sharma’s ODI batting average at the Adelaide Oval. In five innings at this venue, Rohit aggregates 88 runs with the best score of 33. Across all formats, Rohit scored 206 runs from ten innings with the best score of 43.
He has scored a century at four out of five Australian venues where he batted three or more times with Adelaide being the only exception.
22 – Virat Kohli’s score of 3 in the Sydney ODI was his first single-digit score in 22 ODI innings. His last single digit score in this format was a duck against Australia in September 2017. Kohli scored less than 20 only once in the 21 ODI innings between these two single-digit scores.
95.81 – Rohit’s ODI batting average as an opener against Australia. In 19 innings as an opener, he has scored 1533 runs against the Aussies with seven centuries and four fifties.
His average shoots up to 106.57 considering his record against Australia in Australia as an opener. In 8 ODI innings, Rohit aggregated 746 runs with four centuries and a 99.
661 – Runs Virat Kohli has scored at the Adelaide Oval in International cricket; the most for him at any venue outside Asia. In ten innings across all formats at this venue, Kohli scored 661 runs with four centuries and a fifty at an average of 73.44.
4935 – Runs Shikhar Dhawan has scored in his ODI career thus far. He needs 65 more runs in this series to become the 4th fastest to 5000 runs in ODI cricket.