When we dive into the India vs Pakistan head to head stats and records, one thing becomes clear: Pakistan has indeed held the upper hand.
Out of the 132 ODIs these two teams have clashed in, Pakistan has emerged victorious in 73 of them, 56 went India’s way, and 4 matches concluded without a result.
Now, let's throw a fascinating twist into the mix. When we zero in on the India vs Pakistan head to head stats from the last decade, it becomes evident that the tide is shifting. Out of the 16 showdowns between these rivals, Pakistan has only clinched victory in 4 matches, while India has claimed triumph in 11 of them.
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In the ODI World Cups, India has a perfect record against Pakistan, winning all seven of their encounters.
This recent trend suggests that India is swiftly emerging as the dominant force in this historic rivalry. The future might just see a new chapter being written in the pages of the India vs Pakistan rivalry.
In this World Cup game, cricket fans will have to hold their breath in anticipation, waiting to see if Pakistan can finally break their World Cup jinx against India. The blazing form of their batter, Mohammad Rizwan, with a century in the last game against Sri Lanka, offers a ray of hope.
Yet, the Indian camp isn't short on firepower either. Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and KL Rahul, the top-order trio, are displaying their batting prowess, and the addition of Shubman Gill to the squad could pose a formidable challenge for Pakistan.
However, the unpredictability of the Pakistan cricket team is no secret. They have a knack for pulling off surprises when least expected. This Saturday, a clash of titans is on the horizon, and fans worldwide are eager to witness the drama unfold.
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- 1 India vs Pakistan head to head team ODI records and stats
- 2 India vs Pakistan head to head player stats (ODI)
- 2.1 Batting records
- 2.2 Bowling records
- 2.3 Wicket-keeping records
- 2.4 Fielding records
- 2.5 Individual ODI records
- 3 India vs Pakistan head to head – what happened in their last meeting?
India vs Pakistan head to head team ODI records and stats
Although overall head-to-stats suggest Pakistan to the better team, recent performance favors India. Also, Pakistan has yet to beat India in the ODI cricket World Cup, so this will also be a mental factor for them going into this game.
India vs Pakistan head to head player stats (ODI)
Sachin Tendulkar, the cricketing legend, holds the record for the highest number of runs in ODIs between India and Pakistan. Remarkably, the top five positions in this list are currently occupied by retired players, with no active cricketers among them.
Highest individual score
Highest average (Min. 10 innings)
Best bowling figures
|Players||Best bowling figures|
Best bowling average
|Players||Best bowling average|
Most dismissals in a match
Most catches (overall)
Most catches (in a match)
Individual ODI records
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India vs Pakistan head to head – what happened in their last meeting?
In a high-stakes encounter during the Super 4 stage of the 2023 Asia Cup, India faced off against arch-rivals Pakistan. It turned out to be a one-sided affair as India delivered a stunning performance, crushing Pakistan by a whopping 228 runs.
Due to persistent rain, Pakistan's innings were postponed to the reserved day. However, when it was finally time to face the music, they found themselves struggling to contend with the magic of Kuldeep Yadav's spin. Pakistan's batting lineup crumbled, and they were bowled out for a total of 128 runs.
Match date: 10 September, 2023
Venue: R Premadasa Stadium
Result: India won by 228 runs
India vs Pakistan last match scorecard
India 356/2 (50 overs)
|Rohit Sharma (c)||c Faheem Ashraf b Shadab Khan||56||49||6||4||114.28|
|Shubman Gill||c Agha Salman b Shaheen Shah Afridi||58||52||10||0||111.53|
|Virat Kohli||not out||122||94||9||3||129.78|
|KL Rahul||not out||111||106||12||2||104.71|
|Extras||(nb 1, w 8)||9|
|Shaheen Shah Afridi||10||0||79||1||7.9|
Pakistan 128 all out (32 overs)
|Fakhar Zaman||b Kuldeep Yadav||27||50||2||0||54|
|Imam-ul-Haq||c Shubman Gill b Bumrah||9||18||1||0||50|
|Babar Azam (c)||b Pandya||10||24||2||0||41.66|
|Mohammad Rizwan †||c †Rahul b Thakur||2||5||0||0||40|
|Agha Salman||lbw b Kuldeep Yadav||23||32||2||0||71.87|
|Iftikhar Ahmed||c & b Kuldeep Yadav||23||35||1||0||65.71|
|Shadab Khan||c Thakur b Kuldeep Yadav||6||10||0||0||60|
|Faheem Ashraf||b Kuldeep Yadav||4||12||0||0||33.33|
|Shaheen Shah Afridi||not out||7||6||0||1||116.66|
|Naseem Shah||absent hurt||–||–||–||–||–|
|Haris Rauf||absent hurt||–||–||–||–||–|
|Extras||(lb 3, w 14)||17|