India vs England Head to Head Record in ODI World Cup History

India lost against England in last encounter in ODI World Cup.

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Two teams, one in the top four and the other in the bottom two, are India (IND) and England (ENG). These two sides, India and England, will face off in Match 29 of the ODI World Cup 2023 on Sunday, October 29, 2023, at the Ekana Stadium in Lucknow.

Jos Buttler and his team haven't met expectations as they've lost four matches to New Zealand, Afghanistan, South Africa, and Sri Lanka. Their sole victory came against Bangladesh in Dharamsala, a team that appeared less competitive. With only two points and a net run rate of -1.634, the reigning champions England currently sit in the ninth position in the standings. In their most recent match, England suffered a significant loss to Sri Lanka, falling short by eight wickets. In the batting department, only Ben Stokes managed to score 43 runs, and the entire team was all-out for just 156 runs. In the bowling department, David Willey took two wickets, but their efforts were insufficient to secure a victory.

On the other hand, the Men in Blue, the 2011 winners, are in outstanding form, having won their first five matches in this tournament. They boast a solid track record in the ongoing ICC event, having secured victories in their initial five fixtures against Australia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and New Zealand. These victories were not only comprehensive but also convincing. In their last match, the Men in Blue defeated New Zealand by a margin of four wickets. In the bowling department, the comeback of Mohammed Shami resulted in a five-wicket haul with his swinging deliveries, and Kuldeep Yadav claimed two wickets with his spin, helping restrict the Kiwis to 273 runs in 50 overs.

During the chase, Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill provided a solid start for India, with Rohit scoring 46 runs and Gill contributing 26 runs, becoming the fastest to reach 2000 runs in ODIs. However, it was King Kohli's performance that stole the spotlight, as Kohli hammered 95 runs. Ravindra Jadeja remained unbeaten on 39 runs, guiding India to a four-wicket victory.

India dominated their winning momentum and secure their place in the semi-finals. On the other hand, England will struggle to get the momentum and this lost close their door for the semi-finals.

England vs India Head-to-Head in ODI

Matches

107

India

58

England

44

Tie

2

NR

3

England vs India Head-to-Head in ODI World Cup

Matches

9

India

4

England

4

Tie

1

NR

0

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England vs India Head-to-Head in T20I

Matches

23

India

12

England

11

Tie

0

NR

0

England vs India Head-to-Head in T20 World Cup

Matches

4

India

2

England

2

Tie

0

NR

0

England vs India Head-to-Head in Test

Matches

131

India

31

England

50

Tie

0

Draw

50

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