India vs Australia 2nd ODI: Stats Preview of Players' Records and Approaching Milestones
Australia will look to level the series in Indore.
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Australia (AUS) and India (IND) will play the second ODI of their three-match series at Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore on September 24. The hosts won the first match by five wickets in Mohali, and the last time India won against Australia in an ODI in Mohali was by five runs in November 1996.
Mohammed Shami starred with the ball by picking up 5/51, and Shubman Gill and Ruturaj Gaikwad dazzled with the bat, scoring 71 and 74, respectively, while KL Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav scored fifties. Ruturaj Gaikwad and Shubman will look to continue their steady opening partnership, and Suryakumar Yadav will be boosted by his fifty after 20 innings, which will help him do well in the 50-over format in upcoming matches. India will look to continue their lead in the three-match ODI series.
For Australia, David Warner scored 52, and Steven Smith (41), Josh Inglis (45), and Marnus Labuschagne (39) all got starts, but no one could convert into big scores. In the bowling department, Adam Zampa picked up two wickets, while Pat Cummins and Sean Abbott bagged one wicket each. David Warner and Steven Smith will look to score big runs in the second match, and Australia will look to level the series. Both teams have strengths and weaknesses, so the match is expected to be a close one.
Here are some important stats and numbers ahead of the 2nd ODI between India and Australia:
Head-to-Head Records: Australia leads the ODI head-to-head record against India, with 82 wins to India's 55, while ten games have ended in No Results. In 68 ODI matches played in India, Australia has won 32 matches, India has won 31 matches, and five matches have ended in no result.
1 - KL Rahul (49) needs only one more six to reach 50 sixes in ODIs.
145 - Ishan Kishan (855) needs 145 runs to complete 1000 runs in ODIs.
1 - Mohammed Shami (99) needs just one more four to complete 100 fours in international cricket.
12 - Ravindra Jadeja (188) needs 12 fours to complete 200 fours in ODIs.
20 - Steve Smith (4980) needs 20 runs to reach 5000 runs in ODIs.
2 - Steve Smith (48) needs two sixes to reach 50 sixes in ODIs.
40 - Marnus Labuschagne (4960) requires 40 runs to achieve the milestone of 5000 runs in international cricket.
83 - Mitchell Marsh (4917) needs 83 runs to complete 5000 runs in international cricket.
2 – Ravichandran Ashwin (141) needs two scalps to surpass Anil Kumble (142) to become the leading wicket-taker for India against Australia across formats.
2 – Cameron Green (48) needs two wickets to complete 50 scalps in international cricket.
5 - Marcus Stoinis (45) requires five sixes to reach a total of 50 maximums in ODI cricket.
187 - Shubman Gill (1813) needs 187 runs to complete 2000 ODI runs