Australia vs Bangladesh head to head takes place for the first time in ODI cricket since the 2019 World Cup. They have been locking horns in the 50-over format since 1990.
Australia are dominating the rivalry record having won 19 out of 21 matches played against Bangladesh. The only win for the Tigers over Australia came back in 2005 in Cardiff ODI.
Regarding the World Cup, they have played each other in three matches with Australia winning all of them pretty comfortably.
Meanwhile, Australia and Bangladesh are scheduled to face each other in the 43rd match of the Cricket World Cup in India. The match is set to be played at the MCA Stadium in Pune and it is a day game starting at 10:30 AM IST.
Bangladesh have a Champions Trophy qualification in mind while Australia have qualified for the semifinals with a magical win over Afghanistan in the last game thanks to Glenn Maxwell’s madness.
They won against Sri Lanka a few days ago, but their skipper Shakib Al Hasan got injured during that match and has been ruled out.
On the other hand, Australia are sitting pretty in third place with six consecutive matches.
They had started their tournament with twin losses but have won six on the bounce since then. Given Bangladesh’s current form, there is every chance for Australia to win their seventh match consecutively.
They will be high on confidence despite a below-par show against Afghanistan. The five-time champions were reeling at 91/7 at one stage, chasing a mammoth total of 292 runs. But Glenn Maxwell smashed a brilliant unbeaten double century to take his team home along with his skipper Pat Cummins.
- 1 Australia vs Bangladesh head to head team ODI records and stats
- 2 Australia vs Bangladesh head to head player stats (ODI)
- 3 ODI Bowling records
- 4 ODI Wicket-keeping records
- 5 ODI Fielding records
- 6 Individual ODI records
- 7 Australia vs Bangladesh: What happened in the last meeting?
- 8 AUS vs BAN last match scorecard
Australia vs Bangladesh head to head team ODI records and stats
Australia and Bangladesh last played in a bilateral series back in 2011. Since then, they have locked horns only during the ICC events. Here’s a detailed look at how the two teams have fared in last five ODIs against each other.
|05/06/2017||No result||–||The Oval|
Australia vs Bangladesh head to head player stats (ODI)
ODI Batting records
Adma Gilchrist is at the top of the list of most run-getters having amassed 444 runs against Bangladesh in ODIs. Clarke, and Hussey are next with 392 and 376 runs respectively.
Highest individual score in Australia vs Bangladesh head to head
Highest average (min. 100 runs scored)
Most centuries in Australia vs Bangladesh head to head
ODI Bowling records
Left-arm wrist spinner Brad Hogg is on top of this list of most wicket-takers with 18 scalps to his name. Only one Bangladesh bowler is in top five with 15 scalps in 16 matches against Australia.
Best bowling figures
ODI Wicket-keeping records
Most dismissals (overall)
Most dismissals (single match)
ODI Fielding records
Most catches (overall)
Most catches (single match)
Individual ODI records
Australia vs Bangladesh: What happened in the last meeting?
Australia and Bangladesh last faced in ODIs in the June 2019 World Cup, and Australia managed to win that game by 48 runs. David Warner starred for Australia batting first as he smashed 166 runs while Usman Khawaja hit 89 runs as the Aussies posted a mammoth total of 381 runs on the board.
In response, Tamim Iqbal scored a valiant half-century while Mushfiqur Rahim scored 102 runs with Mahmudullah also mustering 69 runs as Bangladesh fought well to reach 333 runs in their 50 overs. They agonisingly fell short by 48 runs in the match in Nottingham.
Match date: June 20, 2019
Result: Australia won by 48 runs
AUS vs BAN last match scorecard
|David Warner||166||c Rubel Hossain b Soumya Sarkar|
|Aaron Finch||53||c Rubel Hossain b Soumya Sarkar|
|Usman Khawaja||89||c Mushfiqur Rahim b Soumya Sarkar|
|Glenn Maxwell||32||Run-out (Rubel Hossain)|
|Marcus Stoinis||17||Not out|
|Steve Smith||1||lbw Mustafizur Rahman|
|Alex Carey||11||Not out|
|Tamim Iqbal||62||b Starc|
|Soumya Sarkar||10||run out (Finch)|
|Shakib Al Hasan||41||c Warner b Stoinis|
|Mushfiqur Rahim||102||Not out|
|Liton Das||20||lbw Zampa|
|Mahmudullah||69||c Cummins b Coulter-Nile|
|Sabbir Rahman||0||b Coulter-Nile|
|Mehidy Hasan Miraz||6||c Warner b Starc|
|Mashrafe Mortaza||6||c Maxwell b Stoinis|