ICC World Cup 2019: Match 32, England vs Australia – Statistical Preview

ICC World Cup 2019: Match 32, England vs Australia – Statistical Preview

All the key stats and numbers ahead of the big game between Australia and England.

England team
England team. (Photo by Harry Trump/Getty Images)

England is put into a spot of bother after their narrow loss against Sri Lanka as they now stand at No.4 with four wins from six matches. The hosts are left to face Australia, New Zealand and India out of which they have to win at least one to finish among the top four. They will now take on Australia at Lord’s on Tuesday in what is expected to be a cracker of a contest. The Aussies won five of the six matches they played till date and are only one win away from becoming the first side to seal the semi-final berth.

All the key stats and numbers ahead of the big game between Australia and England:

1Australia have won only one of their last ten International matches against England on their soil. In fact, they lost their last seven Internationals against England in England including six ODIs.

3 – Australia won their last three World Cup games against England – in 2003, in 2007 and in 2015. England’s last win against the Aussies came way back in 1992. Australia leads the head to head record by 5-2 as they won in 1975 and 1987 as well while England gained the upper hand in 1979.

5Jofra Archer has taken at least three wickets in five out of six matches in this tournament. He claimed 3-fers in each of his previous four matches. Prior to this World Cup, no player had picked more than four 3-wicket hauls in their World Cup careers.

6Aaron Finch scored six centuries in ODI cricket against England; the most by any player against the England team in this format. The Australian captain scored 1153 runs in 24 innings against England at an average of 50.13 with six tons and four half-centuries.

6 – England won each of their last six ODI matches they played at home against Australia. In fact, the Aussies defeated the English team only once in their last 12 ODIs and twice in their last 15 ODIs they played.

9 – Australia won nine of the 11 ODI matches they played since the start of 1999 at Lord’s. Out of those 11 ODIs, the Aussies faced England on seven occasions and won in five of them. England won the game played in 2012 by 12 runs while the 2005 Tri-Series final ended in a Tie.

27.85 – Australia is the only full-member nation against which Joe Root averages less than 50 in ODI cricket. In 23 ODI innings against the Aussies, Root scored 557 runs at an average of 27.85 and scored five fifties.

37.38 – Mitchell Starc’s bowling average of 37.38 in ODIs against England is his lowest against any team in this format. Starc has 21 wickets from 14 ODIs against the English team but concedes runs at an economy of 6.04.

1815 – Eoin Morgan has scored the most runs in the England-Australia ODI matches. The skipper amassed 1815 runs in 50 ODIs against the Aussies while playing for England. He bagged a duck in the only ODI he played for Ireland over Aussies. Morgan’s tally of 1815 runs against Australia is the 6th most by any player.