England vs Australia head to head share a huge history when it comes to facing each other in the One-Day International format.
The two teams locked horns against each other for the first time in 1971 and since then have in total faced 155 ODI encounters.
Australia have won a total of 87 matches while England emerged victorious in 63 of those. Two matches ended in a tie and three encounters ended with no result. When it comes to the World Cup, the Ashes rivals have played a total of nine matches against each other with Australia winning six and England winning three matches.
The 36th match of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup is scheduled to be played between England and Australia at the iconic Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on November 4 (Saturday).
England have been shocking in this World Cup and that has certainly taken the shine out of some of the marquee matches in the competition. They are already out of the tournament now with five losses in six matches while Australia look more certain to make it to the semifinals.
However, with Champions Trophy qualification coming into the picture, England will be looking to finish in the top eight teams in the points table. Currently, they are in the 10th position and only wins in the remaining games will help them in this aspect.
Australia, on the other hand, started their World Cup campaign with twin losses but have been on a roll since then. The five-time champions are on a four-match winning streak and are coming off a thrilling five-run win over New Zealand in Dharamsala. A win here will take them one step closer to the semifinal qualification.
- 1 England vs Australia head to head team ODI records and stats
- 2 England vs Australia head to head player stats (ODI)
- 3 ODI Bowling records
- 4 ODI Wicket-keeping records
- 5 ODI Fielding records
- 6 Individual ODI recordsMost matches
- 7 England vs Australia: What happened in the last meeting?
- 8 AUS vs ENG last match scorecard
England vs Australia head to head team ODI records and stats
England and Australia have faced each other so many times and a World Cup game just adds more significance to this face-off. While England will looking to reduce the deficit in the head to head records, this is a way more crucial game for them given the current context. Here’s a detailed look at how the two teams have fared in ODIs against each other:
England vs Australia head to head player stats (ODI)
ODI Batting records
Former England skipper Eoin Morgan is at the top of this list with 1952 runs to his name. However, none of the current cricketers are at the top five in the list of most run-scorers in ENG vs AUS ODIs.
Highest individual score
Highest average (min. 50 runs scored)
|AJ Finch (AUS)||7|
|GA Gooch (ENG)||4|
ODI Bowling records
Brett Lee is sitting pretty at the top in this list of most wickets in ENG vs AUS matches with 65 scalps to his name. Among active players, only Adil Rashid is part of this list with 45 wickets and will be looking to climb up the ladder in the upcoming game on November 4.
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
England vs Australia: What happened in the last meeting?
England and Australia last faced in ODIs on November 22, 2022, at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground and Australia registered a comfortable win by 221 runs.
After being invited to bat first, Australia amassed 355 runs for the loss of five wickets in a 48-over per side match. Travis Head and David Warner were the stars smashing 152 and 106 runs, respectively. For England, Olly Stone was the top bowler returning with figures of 4/55.
In response, England were timid in their approach as they were looked like chasing down the total. After Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins picked early wickets, Adam Zampa ran through their line-up to skittle the visitors for just 142 runs in the 32nd over.
Travis Head was named the player of the match for his 152 off 130 with 16 fours and 4 sixes to his name.
Match date: 22nd November,2022
Result: Australia won by 221 runs
AUS vs ENG last match scorecard
|Travis Head||152||b Stone|
|David Warner||106||c Willey b Stone|
|Steven Smith||21||c †Buttler b Stone|
|Marcus Stoinis||12||c sub (CJ Jordan) b Dawson|
|Mitchell Marsh||30||c Dawson b Stone|
|Alex Carey †||12||not out|
|Marnus Labuschagne||8||not out|