ICC World Cup 2019: Match 34, Windies vs India – Statistical Preview
All the key stats and numbers ahead of the game between India and Windies in Manchester.
Windies stand at the brink of elimination as they take an unbeaten team, India at the Old Trafford on Friday. With three points after six matches, the West Indians need to win all the three remaining matches and hope for some other results to go their way as well. The 5-run defeat against New Zealand might haunt them as it allowed the Kiwis to get their 5th win in 6 matches. Team India, on the other hand, needs at least one win from their remaining four matches to be in the semi-finals.
All the key stats and numbers ahead of the game between India and Windies in Manchester:
2 – Windies have won just two of their last 13 ODIs against India. The Indian team won nine of those last 13 matches while one game each ended in a Tie and washout.
3 – India won each of their last three matches in the World Cup against the Windies. Last time the team from the Caribbean defeated India in a CWC game was way back in 1992.
4 – Chris Gayle has four centuries in ODIs against India; the most by a Windies batsman against India in this format. Gayle has scored 1241 runs at an average of 33.54 against India across 37 ODI innings and also scored five fifties.
15.9 – Mohammed Shami has a bowling average of 15.9 in World Cup matches. In 8 matches Shami has played in the CWC, he batted 21 wickets at a strike rate of 20.2. He also has two 4-wicket hauls to his name in those eight games.
19.82 – Kuldeep Yadav averages 19.82 with the ball in ODIs against the Windies. The left-arm wrist spinner has claimed 17 wickets from 8 ODI innings against them at a strike rate of 25.5.
64.15 – Rohit Sharma’s ODI batting average of 64.15 against Windies is his best against any team in this format. Rohit has scored 1219 runs across 25 ODI innings against the Caribbean team with two 150+ scores and 10 fifties.
70.76 – Virat Kohli has a batting average of 70.76 in ODIs against Windies; the best average for any player against an opponent in ODIs. (Min: 25 inns) Rohit Sharma’s average of 64.15 also against Windies is 4th on this list. Kohli scored 1840 runs across 32 innings against Windies with 7 centuries and nine half-centuries.
1984 – The last instance when Windies won an ODI at the Old Trafford in Manchester was against England way back in 1984. The Caribbean side has lost all four ODIs they played at this venue in these 35 years including the one against New Zealand.
2968 – Darren Bravo needs 32 more runs to complete 3000 ODI runs having scored 2968 runs thus far. No player from the Windies has touched the 3000 ODI-run mark after making his debut in the 21st century.
19963 – Virat Kohli is set to become the fastest to 20000 runs in International cricket. He needs 37 more runs for the milestone and will be batting in his 417th innings against the Windies. The current record is shared between Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara in 453 innings.