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.
(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.