After the bilateral series in July 2018 which was won by India 2-1, a total of 14 T20Is had been played between these teams. The last bilateral series in India in early 2017 was also won 2-1 by India. Each team has won 7 matches.
In England, England lead 4-2. (India won their first two matches in England during this series).
In India, both teams have won 3 matches.
In neutral venues, India lead 2-0.
Batting (Aggregate 100 or more runs):
Kohli is far ahead of others. Also note that Dhoni has played all 14 of these matches while Raina has played 13.
Highest innings (60 or more):
Rahul and RG Sharma both surpassed the existing record of 71 which was shared by Morgan and Rahul.
Bowling: Most wickets (5 and above):
YS Chahal continues to lead.
Best innings bowling (3wi and above):
Kuldeep Yadav’s 5-24 is the best by either side in England, though surpassed by Chahal’s 6-25 in India in the last series.
Fielding: Most dismissals (5 and above):
Dhoni has the most dismissals (6 catches and 6 stumpings) while Kohli has the most (9) catches by a non-keeper.
Most dismissals in an innings (3 and above):
Dhoni’s 5 dismissals is a share in the world T20I record and his 5 catches is also a record.
We now make a side trip into fielding records in all T20Is:
Most dismissals (50 and above):
Dhoni is followed at some distance by de Villiers and Kamran Akmal.
Dhoni also has the most catches by a keeper and most stumpings.
Most innings dismissals (4 and above):
While Dhoni shares the record of 5 dismissals in an innings with M. Shahzad, his 5 catches in the 3rd match are a record in all T20Is. Several non-keepers have taken 4 catches in an innings.
Lastly, we see overall all-round performances in England-India T20Is:
Pandya would have the best record here.
All-round match performances:
Here too Pandya has the best performance.