India vs England head to head stats and records ODI 2023

India and England will lock horns in Match No.29 of World Cup 2023 on Sunday, October 29. The Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow will host the contest.

In July 2022, cricket enthusiasts witnessed a thrilling ODI series between India and England when India visited English shores. Spanning three matches, India showcased their prowess by clinching the series 2-1. The inaugural match saw a dominant Indian side, winning by a staggering 10 wickets.

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However, England bounced back in the second ODI, securing a victory with a margin of 100 runs. The decider was a testament to India's resilience, where they bested the home team by 5 wickets, sealing the series in their favor.

Diving into the historical context, India and England have locked horns in 106 ODIs till date. The balance slightly tilts in India's favor with 57 victories, while England trails with 44 wins. Analyzing their recent encounters, out of the last five ODIs, India emerged victorious in three, leaving England with two wins. This ongoing rivalry and the closely fought matches reflect the competitive spirit and the rich cricketing legacy shared by these two nations.

India vs England head to head team ODI records and stats

ODIs

Matches Played106
India Won57
England Won44
Tie2
No Result3
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India vs England head to head player stats (ODI)

ODI batting records

Most runs

MS Dhoni is the leading run-scorer in India vs England head to head ODIs. In 48 matches, he scored 1546 runs at an average of 46.84 and a strike-rate of 87.94 with one hundred and 10 fifties to his name.

BatterRuns
MS Dhoni (IND)1546
Yuvraj Singh (IND)1523
Sachin Tendulkar (IND)1455
Virat Kohli (IND)1340
Suresh Raina (IND)1207

Highest Individual score  

BatterScore
Andrew Strauss (ENG)158
Yuvraj Singh (IND)150
Rohit Sharma (IND)137 not out
Denniss Amiss (ENG)137
Navjot Sindh Sidhu (IND)134 not out

Highest average (min. 10 innings)

BatterAverage
Mohammad Azharuddin (IND)65.07
Yuvraj Singh (IND)50.76
Allan Lamb (ENG)50.54
Robin Smith (ENG)50.50
MS Dhoni (IND)46.84

Most centuries  

BatterCenturies
Yuvraj Singh (IND)4
Virat Kohli (IND)3
Joe Root (ENG)3
Jonny Bairstow (ENG)2
Ian Bell (ENG)2
Rohit Sharma (IND)2

Most sixes

BatterSixes
MS Dhoni (IND)34
Yuvraj Singh (IND)29
Jonny Bairstow (ENG)26
Suresh Raina (IND)25
Andrew Flintoff (ENG)24

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ODI bowling records

James Anderson is the leading wicket-taker in India vs England head to head ODIs. He has picked up 40 wickets from 31 matches at an economy rate of 5.17 with two four-wicket hauls to his name.

Most wickets

BowlerWickets
James Anderson (ENG)40
Ravindra Jadeja (IND)38
Andrew Flintoff (ENG)37
Harbhajan Singh (IND)36
Ravi Ashwin (IND)35

Best bowling figures  

BowlerFigures
Jasprit Bumrah (IND)6-19
Ashish Nehra (IND)6-23
Reece Topley (ENG)6-24
Kuldeep Yadav (IND)6-25
Sreesanth (IND)6-55

Best bowling average (Min 10 innings)

BowlerAverage
Ashley Giles (ENG)23.35
Javagal Srinath (IND)23.68
Irfan Pathan (IND)24.50
Ravindra Jadeja (IND)24.63
Harbhajan Singh (IND)25.33

ODI Wicket-keeping records

Most dismissals (overall)

WicketkeeperDismissals
MS Dhoni (IND)55
Jos Buttler (ENG)35
Matt Prior (ENG)20
Alec Stewart (ENG)16
Craig Keiswetter (ENG)13

Most dismissals (single match)

Wicket-keeperDismissal
MS Dhoni (IND)6
Sadanand Vishwanath (IND)5
Jos Buttler (ENG)5
Bob Taylor (ENG)4
Alec Stewart (ENG)4

ODI fielding records

Most catches (overall)

FielderCatches
Paul Collingwood (ENG)24
Ian Bell (ENG)19
Mohammad Azharuddin (IND)18
Virat Kohli (IND)17
Virender Sehwag (IND)15

Most catches (single match)

FielderCatches
Bishen Singh Bedi (IND)3
Mohammad Azharuddin (IND)3 (2 times)
Kapil Dev (IND)3
Graeme Hick (ENG)3
Harbhajan Singh (IND)3

Individual ODI records

Most matches

PlayerMatches
Suresh Raina (IND)37
Sachin Tendulkar (IND)37
Yuvraj Singh (IND)37
Virat Kohli (IND)35
Paul Collingwood (ENG)34

India vs England: What happened in their last meeting?

India beat England by five wickets when the two teams last met in an ODI back on July 17, 2022 at the Old Trafford in Manchester. After being put in to field first, the Three Lions scored 259 in 45.5 overs. The hosts lost the early wickets of Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root, who both failed to get off the mark.

But a 54-run stand between Jason Roy and Ben Stokes brought the English innings back on track. Thereafter, skipper Jos Buttler came to the party and guided his team through to a respectable score.

Buttler went on to score 60 runs off 80 balls with three fours and two sixes. Moeen Ali, Liam Livingstone, David Willey and Craig Overton also played handy knocks. Hardik Pandya was the pick of the Indian bowlers after he picked up four wickets for only 24 runs to go with three maidens.

India found themselves in a hole after being reduced to 72 for four in 16.2 overs. But Hardik and Rishabh Pant put on 133 runs for the fifth wicket to put India in a position of command. India eventually chased down the target with 7.5 overs to spare and won the three-match series 2-1.

IND vs ENG last match scorecard

England

RoyC Pant b Pandya41
BairstowC sub (Iyer) b Siraj0
RootC Sharma b Siraj0
StokesC & b Pandya27
ButtlerC Jadeja b Pandya60
MoeenC Pant b Jadeja34
LivingstoneC Jadeja b Pandya27
WilleyC Yadav b Chahal18
OvertonC Kohli b Chahal32
CarseNot out3
TopleyB Chahal0
Extraslb 2, w 13, nb 217
Total45.5 overs259

India

RohitC Root b Topley17
DhawanC Roy b Topley1
KohliC Buttler b Topley17
PantNot out125
SuryakumarC Buttler b Overton16
HardikC Stokes b Carse71
JadejaNot out7
Extrasw 3, lb 3, b 17
Total42.1 overs261/5

T20Is

Matches Played23
India Won12
England Women11
Tie0
No Result0

India vs England head to head player stats (T20I)

T20I batting records

Virat Kohli is the leading run-scorer in India vs England head to head T20Is. Kohli has scored 639 runs from 20 matches at an average of 39.93 and a strike-rate of 135.66 with five half-centuries and a top score of 80 not out.  

Most runs

BatterRuns
Virat Kohli (IND)639
Jos Buttler (ENG)475
Rohit Sharma (IND)410
Jason Roy (ENG)356
Eoin Morgan (ENG)347

Highest Individual score  

BatterScore
Suryakumar Yadav (IND)117
KL Rahul (IND)101 not out
Rohit Sharma (IND)100 not out
Alex Hales (ENG)86 not out
Jos Buttler (ENG)83 not out

Highest average (min. 5 innings)

BatterAverage
MS Dhoni (IND)49.33
Suryakumar Yadav (IND)45.66
Alex Hales (ENG)41.37
Virat Kohli (IND)39.93
Dawid Malan (ENG)37.85

Most centuries  

BatterCenturies
KL Rahul (IND)1
Rohit Sharma (IND)1
Suryakumar Yadav (IND)1

Most sixes

BatterSixes
Jos Buttler (ENG)21
Jason Roy (ENG)20
Alex Hales (ENG)18
Virat Kohli (IND)18
Eoin Morgan (ENG)10

T20I bowling records

Chris Jordan is the leading wicket-taker in India vs England head to head ODIs. The fast bowler has picked up 21 wickets from 15 matches at an economy rate of 9.12 with one four-wicket haul to his name.

Most wickets

BowlerWickets
Chris Jordan (ENG)21
Yuzvendra Chahal (IND)16
Hardik Pandya (IND)14
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (IND)9
Harbhajan Singh (IND)8

Best bowling figures  

BowlerFigures
Yuzvendra Chahal (IND)6-25
Kuldeep Yadav (IND)5-24
Harbhajan Singh (IND)4-12
Jade Dernbach (ENG)4-22
Chris Jordan (ENG)4-27

Best bowling average (Min 5 innings)

BowlerAverage
Yuzvendra Chahal (IND)21.12
Jofra Archer (ENG)22.14
Jade Dernbach (ENG)22.42
Tim Bresnan (ENG)23.33
Hardik Pandya (IND)24.42

T20I Wicket-keeping records

Most dismissals (overall)

WicketkeeperDismissals
Jos Buttler (ENG)13
MS Dhoni (IND)12
Craig Keiswetter (ENG)6
Rishabh Pant (IND)6
Dinesh Karthik (IND)4

Most dismissals (single match)

Wicket-keeperDismissal
MS Dhoni (IND)5
Dinesh Karthik (IND)4
Craig Keiswetter (ENG)3
Craig Keiswetter (ENG)2
MS Dhoni (IND)2 ( 2 times)

T20I fielding records

Most catches (overall)

FielderCatches
Virat Kohli (IND)10
Ajinkya Rahane (IND)8
Dawid Malan (ENG)7
Suryakumar Yadav (IND)7
Suresh Raina (IND)6

Most catches (single match)

FielderCatches
Ajinkya Rahane (IND)4
Ajinkya Rahane (IND)3
Virat Kohli (IND)3
Harbhajan Singh (IND)2
Stuart Broad (ENG)2 (2 times)

Individual T20I records

Most matches

PlayerMatches
Virat Kohli (IND)20
Eoin Morgan (ENG)16
Chris Jordan (ENG)15
Jason Roy (ENG)15
Rohit Sharma (IND)15

India vs England: What happened in their last meeting?

India and England last met in T20Is in the semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022 at the Adelaide Oval. The Men in Blue, led by Rohit Sharma, lost to the Three Lions by 10 wickets and crashed out of the multi-nation event on Australian soil.

After being put in to bat first, England scored 168 for the loss of six wickets in 20 overs. Virat Kohli held the innings together with a knock of 50 off 40 balls before Chris Jordan accounted for his wicket. Thereafter, Hadik Pandya wielded the willow to good effect and scored 63 runs off 33 balls with four fours and five sixes.

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The run-chase was a completely one-sided affair in favour of England, who romped home with four overs to spare. Alex Hales stayed not out on 86 runs off 47 balls as he played at a strike-rate of 182.97. Jos Buttler lent him support as he milked the Indian bowling to rack up 80 runs off 49 balls with nine fours and three sixes.

IND vs ENG last match scorecard

India

RahulC Buttler b Woakes5
RohitC Curran b Jordan27
KohliC Rashid b Jordan50
SuryakumarC Salt b Rashid14
HardikHit wicket b Jordan63
PantRun out (Buttler/Jordan)6
AshwinNot out0
Extrasw 33
Total20 overs168/6

Australia

ButtlerNot out80
HalesNot out86
Extrasw 44
Total16 overs170/0

Tests

Matches Played131
India Won31
England Won50
Tie0
No Result50

India vs England head to head team records and stats

India vs England head to head player stats (Tests)

Test batting records

Sachin Tendulkar is the leading run-scorer in India vs England head to head Tests. Tendulkar has scored 2535 runs from 32 matches at an average of 51.73 with seven hundreds and 13 fifties to his name.

Most runs

BatterRuns
Sachin Tendulkar (IND)2535
Joe Root (ENG)2526
Sunil Gavaskar (IND)2483
Alastair Cook (ENG)2431
Virat Kohli (IND)1991

Highest Individual score  

BatterScore
Graham Gooch (ENG)333
Karun Nair (IND)303 not out
Alastair Cook (ENG)294
Geoffrey Boycott (ENG)246 not out
Ian Bell (ENG)235

Highest average (min. 10 matches)

BatterAverage
Kenneth Barrington (ENG)75.27
Ian Botham (ENG)70.64
Joe Root (ENG)63.15
Rahul Dravid (IND)60.93
Kevin Pietersen (ENG)58.55

Most centuries  

BatterCenturies
Joe Root (ENG)9
Alastair Cook (ENG)7
Rahul Dravid (IND)7
Sachin Tendulkar (IND)7
Mohammad Azharuddin (IND)6

Most sixes

BatterSixes
Ian Botham (ENG)24
Kapil Dev (IND)21
Rishabh Pant (IND)21
Salim Durani (IND)13
MS Dhoni (IND)12

Test bowling records

James Anderson is the leading wicket-taker in Tests between India and England. The fast bowler has picked up 139 wickets from 35 matches with six five-wicket hauls to his name.

Most wickets

BowlerWickets
James Anderson (ENG)139
BS Chandrasekhar (IND)95
Anil Kumble (IND)92
Ravi Ashwin (IND)88
Bishen Singh Bedi (IND)85

Best bowling figures  

BowlerFigures
Frederick Trueman (ENG)8-31
Vinoo Mankad (IND)8-55
BS Chandrasekhar (IND)8-79
John Lever (ENG)7-46
Ian Botham (ENG)7-49

Best bowling average (Min 10 innings)

BowlerAverage
Alec Bedser (ENG)13.11
Frederick Trueman (ENG)14.84
Hedley Verity (ENG)16.18
Michael Hendrick (ENG)16.65
Geoffrey Arnold (ENG)18.66

Test Wicket-keeping records

Most dismissals (overall)

WicketkeeperDismissals
MS Dhoni (IND)67
Allan Knott (ENG)54
Matt Prior (ENG)51
Rishabh Pant (IND)46
Syed Kirmani (IND)42

Most dismissals (single match)

Wicket-keeperDismissal
Bob Taylor (ENG)10
Jos Buttler (ENG)8
Allan Knott (ENG)7
Bob Taylor (ENG)7
Kiran More (IND)7

Test fielding records

Most catches (overall)

FielderCatches
Alastair Cook (ENG)38
Sunil Gavaskar (IND)35
Rahul Dravid (IND)30
Joe Root (ENG)26
Virat Kohli (IND)25

Most catches (single match)

FielderCatches
Yajurvindra Singh (IND)7
KL Rahul (IND)7
Virender Sehwag (IND)6
Moeen Ali (IND)6
Zak Crawley (ENG)6

Individual Test records

Most matches

PlayerMatches
Sunil Gavaskar (IND)38
James Anderson (ENG)35
Sachin Tendulkar (IND)32
Alastair Cook (ENG)30
Gundappa Vishwanath (IND)30

India vs England: What happened in their last meeting?

India lost to England by seven wickets when the two teams last met in a Test match back in July 2022 at the Edgbaston in Birmingham. After being put in to bat first, India scored 416 in 84.5 overs.

Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja scored 146 and 104 respectively and guided India to a decent score. The duo also put on 222 runs for the sixth wicket after the visiting team was reduced to 98 for five in 27.5 overs. James Anderson showed his class after he picked up five wickets. Matthew Potts also got two crucial wickets of Hanuma Vihari and Virat Kohli.

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In response, England conceded a lead of 132 runs after being bowled out for 284. Barring Jonny Bairstow, who scored 106 runs, none of the English batters stepped up. Mohammed Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah picked up four and three wickets respectively.

India were bowled out for 245 in their second innings as they set England a mammoth target of 378 to chase down. Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant scored 66 and 57 respectively. Ben Stoks bowled brilliantly after he picked up four wickets.

England found themselves in a hole after being reduced to 109 for three in 24.1 overs. However, Root and Bairstow rose to the occasion. The duo put on 268 runs for the fourth wicket to take England home.

IND vs ENG last match scorecard

India (1st innings)      

GillC Crawley b Anderson17
PujaraC Crawley b Anderson13
VihariLbw Potts20
ViratB Potts11
PantC Crawley b Root146
ShreyasC Billings b Anderson15
JadejaB Anderson104
ShardulC Billings b Stokes1
ShamiC Leach b Broad16
BumrahNot out31
SirajC Broad b Anderson2
ExtrasB 4, lb 17, nb 14, w 540
Total84.5 overs416

England (1st innings)

LeesB Bumrah6
CrawleyC Gill b Bumrah9
PopeC Shreyas b Bumrah10
RootC Pant b Siraj31
BairstowC Kohli b Shami106
LeachC Pant b Shami0
StokesC Bumrah b Thakur25
BillingsB Siraj36
BroadC Pant b Siraj1
PottsC Iyer b Siraj19
AndersonNot out6
ExtrasB 16, lb 5, nb 13, w 135
Total61.3 overs284

India (2nd innings)

GillC Crawley b Anderson4
PujaraC Lees B Broad66
VihariC Bairstow b Broad11
KohliC Root b Stokes20
PantC Root b Leach57
ShreyasC Anderson b Potts19
JadejaB Stokes23
ShardulC Crawley b Potts4
ShamiC Lees b Stokes13
BumrahC Crawley b Stokes7
SirajNot out2
ExtrasB 6, lb 7, w 3, nb 319
Total81.5 overs245

England (2nd innings)

LeesRun out (Shami/Jadeja56
CrawleyB Bumrah46
PopeC Pant b Bumrah0
RootNot out142
BairstowNot out114
ExtrasB 8, lb 7, nb 2, w 320
Total76.4 overs378/3