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Ind vs Eng ODIs: A look at some interesting stats and records

As India and England gear up for their 5-match One-Day International series today, we take a look at some important ODI statistics and figures in their previous clashes.

Sachin Tendulkar, Andrew Flintoff, Andrew Strauss and Ashish Nehra
(L-R) Sachin Tendulkar, Andrew Flintoff, Andrew Strauss and Ashish Nehra. Pic - AFP/ Midday

  • The highest team total was by India when they scored 387/ 5 at Rajkot in November 2008. India went on to win the match by 158 runs.

  • The lowest team total is by England when they were bowled out for 125 runs at the Champions Trophy match at Jaipur in October 2006.

  • The largest victory was recorded by England when they won by 202 runs at Lord’s in June 1975. Sunil Gavaskar scored 36 runs off 174 balls in that match.

  • Sachin Tendulkar is the highest run scorer with 1, 455 runs.

  • Andrew Flintoff is the highest wicket taker with 37 wickets.

  • Andrew Strauss holds the record for highest individual score when he scored 158 runs off 145 balls at Bangalore in February 2011 during the ICC World Cup.

  • Ashish Nehra holds the best bowling figures with 6/23 at Durban in February 2003.

  • Mohammad Azharuddin holds the highest batting average with 65.07 in 24 matches.

  • Yuvraj Singh holds the record for most ODI centuries scored with 3. Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for most ODI fifties with 12.

  • Ian Bell holds the record for most runs in a single series with 422 runs at the 2007 Natwest Series.

  • Paul Jarvis holds the record for most wickets in a single series with 15 during the ODI series in 1992/93.

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