England vs India 2018, 2nd ODI – Statistical Preview
All the stats and numbers ahead of the 2nd ODI between England and India at the Lord’s.
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England once again failed to cop with Kuldeep Yadav’s magic and ended up scoring just 268 in the first ODI against India at Trent Bridge where they posted 440+ totals in their previous two completed ODIs. The small total hardly put on any pressure on the Indians as they kept going at nearly seven an over and still got home with almost 10 overs to spare. The hosts need to produce a special performance in the 2nd game at Lord’s to stay alive in the ODI series. In three of the last four matches on this tour, England were outplayed by the visitors which they need to make a note of.
All the stats and numbers ahead of the 2nd ODI between England and India at Lord’s:
7 – Rohit Sharma has scored at least one century in all the seven ODI series/tournaments he has played since the start of the Champions Trophy 2017.
He is the first player to score a century in seven consecutive ODI series/tournaments (including one-off matches). Virat Kohli had scored centuries in six consecutive ODI series/tournaments he played between 2011 and 2012.
10 – If India win this series, it will be their 10th consecutive bilateral ODI series win. Only West Indies (15 between 1980 and 1988 including one-off) have won more consecutive bilateral ODI series than India.
26 – Kuldeep Yadav has taken 26 wickets in the last eight ODI matches he has played. He has a bowling average of 11.65 in these eight ODIs.
33 – Number of sixes Rohit Sharma has hit in International cricket in 2018 thus far. This is the 6th consecutive year where Rohit hit 30 and more International sixes in a calendar year. No other player has hit 30 and more sixes in more than four consecutive calendar years.
39 – The Nottingham ODI was Virat Kohli’s 50th match as captain in ODI format. His 39 wins are the joint-most along with Clive Lloyd and Ricky Ponting in the first 50 ODIs as skipper.
180 – Runs Joe Root has scored in his last ten innings in International cricket. He scored only one fifty in these ten innings which was against Australia in the first ODI at The Oval.
1065 – Virat has scored 1065 runs in International cricket in 20 innings this year. This is the 9th consecutive year since 2010 in which Kohli has scored at least 1000 runs.
2004 – Last time India won an ODI at Lord’s was back in 2004. They lost to the hosts on the 2007 tour and the game in 2011 ended in a tie. They won three consecutive ODIs at this venue between 2002 and 2004.
7941 – Runs Suresh Raina has scored in his International career so far. The left-hander needs 59 more runs to become the 15th player to score 8000 runs for India in International cricket.
9967 – MS Dhoni has 9967 runs in his 318-match ODI career thus far. The keeper-batsman just has to score 33 more runs to become the 12th player and the 4th Indian to score 10000 runs in this format.