India vs Australia 2019, 4th ODI – Statistical Preview
All the key stats and numbers ahead of the 4th game of the 5-match ODI series in Mohali.
Updated - Mar 10, 2019 2:55 am
Australia succeeded in the first of the three must-win matches in the 5-match ODI series against India with a 31-run win during the Ranchi ODI. With a 2-1 lead in the series, India could be seen making a couple of changes from this game. They already announced the idea of resting MS Dhoni for the remainder of the series. KL Rahul could get into the ODI team after a while in the place of non-performing Shikhar Dhawan or Ambati Rayudu.
All the key stats and numbers ahead of the 4th game of the 5-match ODI series in Mohali:
3-1 – Australia’s win-loss record in the ODI format against India at the PCA Stadium in Mohali. The Aussies lost to India in 1996 by a 5-run margin at this venue but defeated the hosts in 2006, 2009 and 2013 respectively.
In overall, the Australian team won five of the six ODIs they played here. On the other hand, India won five of the seven ODIs they played here in the last ten years. Both the losses came against Australia in 2009 and 2013 respectively.
28.25 – Partnership average of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan in ODI format since the start of the 2018 home ODI series against Windies. The duo added 452 runs in the 16 innings in this span with only two 50+ stands.
49 – Adam Zampa needs one more wicket for completing 50 wickets in ODI cricket. Zampa completed 100 wickets in List A cricket by dismissing MS Dhoni in the previous game.
103 – Rohit Sharma has scored only 103 runs in his previous five ODI innings against Australia with a best score of 43. Since the start of 2013, Rohit had at least one fifty-plus score across any three ODI innings against the Aussies.
315 – Runs aggregated by Rohit Sharma in ODI cricket at the PCA Stadium, Mohali. Only Sachin Tendulkar (366) and MS Dhoni (363) have more ODI runs at this venue that Rohit.
The opening batsman has scored those runs at an average of 105 including an unbeaten 208 during the previous ODI played here in 2017. Virat Kohli is the only other player with 200+ ODI runs here having scored 302 runs from six innings. He scored an unbeaten 154 the last time he played an ODI here in 2016.
2948 – Rohit needs 52 more runs for 3000 runs in ODI cricket at home. He scored 2948 runs in India in the 50-over format at an average of 61.41 with nine centuries and 12 fifties.
21978 – Shaun Marsh needs 22 more runs for completing 22000 runs in professional cricket. Marsh scored 10157 runs in first-class, 6232 runs in List A and 5589 T20 runs thus far.