The 3-match series in July 2018 was won 2-1 by England. We now look at the complete records of ODIs played between these teams.
Note India’s strong home advantage, though England also lead on their home grounds. But India have a strong overall lead.
Most runs (750 and above):
It will be interesting to see if Dhoni catches up with Yuvraj. Others such as Kohli will take a while.
Yuvraj has the most centuries (4). For scores above 50, Tendulkar and Raina have 12 (but note that Raina has only one century and 11 scores between 50 and 99).
Highest innings (110 and above):
Only RG Sharma and Root figure from current players.
Highest batting averages (minimum 20 innings, all instances):
Azharuddin is much ahead of the others. Dhoni, Kohli and Raina are there from the current players.
Highest strike rates (minimum 500 balls faced, 80.00):
Sehwag and Yuvraj lead. Dravid scored too slowly to make this list.
Most wickets (20 and above):
Anderson is closely followed by several others.
Best innings bowling (includes all figures of 5wi and above):
Kuldeep Yadav is just behind the record holder Ashish Nehra,
Best bowling averages (Minimum 1000 balls, all instances):
Headed by Srinath, with current players Jadeja and Ashwin close behind. Kapil has the best economy rate (3.76) and Jadeja the best strike rate (29.7).
Most dismissals (15 and above):
Dhoni is far above the rest with 55, with Collingwood having the best (24) for non-keepers.
Best innings dismissals (4 and above):
Led by Dhoni. Non-keepers have less than 4 in an innings.
Best dismissal rate (minimum 20 innings, 0.400):
Dhoni is far ahead of the rest. Azharuddin has the best for non-keepers.
Overall (see criteria):
Only Flintoff qualifies.
Match performance (minimum 40 runs and 4 wickets):
Yuvraj’s performance would be the best.