India won this series 2-1, after winning the T20I series 3-0.
This summarises all ODIs played between these teams:
India lead England 57-44 in ODIs, although England lead 23-18 for ODIs played in England.
We now look at individual performances.
Most runs (600 or more):
The most runs are 1546 by Dhoni and 1523 by Yuvraj, and the highest is 1163 by Bell.
Kohli (1340) has the most by current players.
The most centuries are 4 by Yuvraj, followed by 3 by Kohli and Root.
The most 50+ scores are 12 by Kohli, Raina and Tendulkar. The most for England is 9 by Pietersen.
Highest innings scores (115 and more):
The highest by a current player is 137* by RG Sharma, while the highest in this series is 125* by RR Pant. The highest for England is 158 by Strauss in the 2011 World Cup.
Batting averages (Minimum 20 innings and 30.00):
Led by Azharuddin by a large margin. Pietersen has the highest average for England, and Jadeja (!) the highest among current players.
Strike rates (Minimum 500 balls faced and 75.00):
The current pair of Bairstow and Stokes have the highest strike rates, followed by Sehwag and Yuvraj for India.
Most wickets (20 or more):
The highest are by Anderson and Jadeja. The latter has the highest for India and current players.
The most 5wis are 2 by Harbhajan, and the most 4wis are 2 by several players.
Best innings performances (including all 5wi):
The best performance here is Bumrah’s 6-19 which is the best for Ind vs Eng, surpassing Nehra’s 6-23 (in SA) and K Yadav’s 6-25 in England.
Similarly R Topley’s 6-24 is the best for Eng v Ind, surpassing RS Irani’s 5-26 in 2002
It is also the best for England in all ODIs, surpassing Collingwood’s 6-31 against BD in 2005.
Best bowling averages (Minimum 1000 balls bowled, all cases):
Srinath and current player Jadeja have the best averages. Flintoff has the best for England
The best economy rates are by Kapil and Harbhajan.
The best strike rates are by Jadeja and Srinath.
To be continued.