Pakistan vs Australia Head to Head | Pakistan vs Australia H2H Stats & Records in T20 World Cup

Pakistan vs Australia Head to Head record in T20Is and T20 World Cup

Pakistan dominate Australia in terms of head-to-head record in T20Is.

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Semi-final 2 of the T20 World Cup 2021 would see Pakistan taking on Australia at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Thursday (November 11). Both sides have been phenomenal in this competition so far and it would be interesting to see how this game pans out. Having won their all five games in the league stage, Pakistan would be high on confidence and would like to extend their winning streak. On the other hand, Australia’s campaign had a hiccup in form of an eight-wicket defeat against arch-rivals England. Besides this, however, the Aussies won their remaining games.

Head to Head record:

Pakistan dominate Australia in terms of head-to-head record in T20Is. These two teams have played 23 T20I matches so far. Out of which 13 have been won by the Men in Green while the Aussies have won seven games. One of their clashes got washed out due to rain. As far as T20 World Cups are concerned, these two teams have five times and the head-to-head record stands 3-3.

T20Is

Played Won by Australia Won by Pakistan Tie No Result
23 9 13 0 1

T20 World Cups

Played Won by Australia Won by Pakistan Tie No Result
6 3 3 0 0

Top Performers:

Veteran Australian opener David Warner boasts of an exceptional record against the Pakistan side. He has scored the most runs (348) in the clashes. Among active cricketers, the veteran is followed by Umar Akmal (335) and Aaron Finch (326). The bowling chart is topped by Mohammad Amir. He has picked up the most wickets (17). The left-arm speedster is followed by Mitchell Starc (13), and Andrew Tye (10).

Last T20 World Cup meeting:

As mentioned above, these two sides met four times in T20 World Cups. The last of those meetings occurred in the 2016 edition. Australia had won the toss in Mohali and elected to bat on a decent-looking wicket. While skipper Steve Smith scored a fiery half-century, Glenn Maxwell and Shane Watson chipped in with handy cameos. As a result, the Aussies posted 193/4.

Chasing the challenging target, Pakistan looked in the hunt for the best part as the likes of Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Umar Akmal, and Shoaib Malik played handy cameos. However, James Faulkner dented their plans with a five-fer as the Shahid Afridi-led side was restricted to 172/8, losing the contest by 21 runs.

T20Is

Date Winner Won By Venue
18 Sep 2007 Pakistan 6 wickets Johannesburg
7 May 2009 Pakistan 7 wickets Dubai (DSC)
5 Feb 2010 Australia 2 runs Melbourne
2 May 2010 Australia 34 runs Gros Islet
14 May 2010 Australia 3 wickets Gros Islet
5 Jul 2010 Pakistan 23 runs Birmingham
6 Jul 2010 Pakistan 11 runs Birmingham
5 Sep 2012 Pakistan 7 wickets Dubai (DSC)
7 Sep 2012 Pakistan Super Over Dubai (DSC)
10 Sep 2012 Australia 94 runs Dubai (DSC)
2 Oct 2012 Pakistan 32 runs
Colombo (RPS)
23 Mar 2014 Pakistan 16 runs Dhaka
5 Oct 2014 Australia 6 wickets Dubai (DSC)
25 Mar 2016 Australia 21 runs Mohali
2 Jul 2018 Australia 9 wickets Harare
5 Jul 2018 Pakistan 45 runs Harare
8 Jul 2018 Pakistan 6 wickets Harare
24 Oct 2018 Pakistan 66 runs Abu Dhabi
26 Oct 2018 Pakistan 11 runs Dubai (DSC)
28 Oct 2018 Pakistan 33 runs Dubai (DSC)
3 Nov 2019 Abandoned Sydney
5 Nov 2019 Australia 7 wickets Canberra
8 Nov 2019 Australia 10 wickets Perth

T20 World Cups

Date Winner Won By Venue
18 Sep 2007 Pakistan 6 wickets Johannesburg
2 May 2010 Australia 34 runs Gros Islet
14 May 2010 Australia 3 wickets Gros Islet
2 Oct 2012 Pakistan 32 runs
Colombo (RPS)
23 Mar 2014 Pakistan 16 runs Dhaka
25 Mar 2016 Australia 21 runs Mohali

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