ODI World Cup Head to Head Records

The Cricket World Cup 2023 is right around the corner, with the marquee event all set to begin on October 5, it is being completely hosted by India for the first time. As the competition looms around the corner, some of the best sides in world cricket will be keen on putting in their best performances and hopefully bringing the title home. 

Teams like Australia, India, England, New Zealand, and many more will be taking on each other once again as they look to add several more matches to better up their head-to-head records. Australia is the most successful teams in the World Cup, and they will look to add to the ODI World Cup All-Time Records once again when they take the centre stage.

The tournament kicks off with defending champions England and New Zealand taking on each other at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 5 and the outcome of the game could well decide the flow of the tournament for both sides.

Pakistan (PAK) Bangladesh (BAN)
Pakistan vs Netherlands Bangladesh vs Afghanistan
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka England vs Bangladesh
India vs Pakistan New Zealand vs Bangladesh
Australia vs Pakistan India vs Bangladesh
Pakistan vs Afghanistan South Africa vs Bangladesh
Pakistan vs South Africa Netherlands vs Bangladesh
Pakistan vs Bangladesh Pakistan vs Bangladesh
New Zealand vs Pakistan Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka
England vs Pakistan Australia vs Bangladesh

Netherlands (NED) Sri Lanka (SL)
Pakistan vs Netherlands South Africa vs Sri Lanka
New Zealand vs Netherlands Pakistan vs Sri Lanka
South Africa vs Netherlands Australia vs Sri Lanka
Netherlands vs Sri Lanka Netherlands vs Sri Lanka
Australia vs Netherlands England vs Sri Lanka
Netherlands vs Bangladesh Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka
Netherlands vs Afghanistan India vs Sri Lanka
England vs Netherlands Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka
India vs Netherlands New Zealand vs Sri Lanka