Australia pummelled India by a 10-wicket margin in the first ODI of the three-match series, at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. The teams will now meet for the second ODI, at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot. Ahead of the match, here is a statistical preview.
0.641 win-loss ratio of India against Australia (50 wins, 78 defeats), their worst against any opposition.
1 wicket needed by Kuldeep Yadav (99) to become the 22nd Indian and 151st overall to take 100 ODI wickets.
2 wickets needed by Pat Cummins (98) to become the 17th Australian and 151st overall to take 100 ODI wickets.
2 matches played at SCA Stadium so far and India have lost both – by 9 wickets to England in 2012-13 and by 18 runs to South Africa in 2016-17. However, they do hold a 6-5 record at Madhavrao Scindia Ground, also in Rajkot.
8 hundreds for Virat Kohli against Australia, the 2nd-most. Kohli needs 1 more to draw level with Sachin Tendulkar (9).
9 runs needed by Rohit Sharma and Kohli (991) to reach the 1,000-run mark against Australia as a pair. They will become the 2nd Indian pair and 5th overall to do this. The record is held by Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit (1,286).
46 runs needed by Rohit (8,954) to become the 6th Indian and 21st overall to reach 9,000 ODI runs.
46 runs needed by David Warner and Aaron Finch (954) to reach the 1,000-run mark against India as a pair. They will become the 3rd Australian pair and 8th overall to do this.
115 runs needed by Kohli (11,624) to go past Inzamam-ul-Haq (11,739) and become the 6th-highest run-getter in ODI history.
421 ODIs lost by India, in 982 matches (they have won 511), the joint-most. One more defeat will take them past Sri Lanka (849 matches, 421 defeats).