Asia Cup 2018 : Super Four- Match 3, India vs Pakistan - Statistical Preview

All the major stats and facts you need to know as India take on Pakistan in the third match of Super Four stage.

India beat Pakistan by 8 wickets in the league match of Asia Cup 2018 in Dubai (photo - getty)

Team India will take on Pakistan in their second match of Super Four stage at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai. This will be their second meeting with Pakistan in this tournament as both teams played against each other on Wednesday in league round match at the same venue and India thrashed Pakistan by 8 wickets after dismissing them for just 162 runs. India have won all 3 matches they played in this Asia Cup so far and victory against Pakistan will almost confirm their final's ticket. Both India's batting and bowling have been excellent so far and team will be hoping for the same performance again. On the other hand, Pakistan must be high on confidence after their last over thriller victory against Afghanistan and will be eager to bounce back after a dismal show in the group match. 

All the major stats and facts you need to know as India take on Pakistan in the third match of Super Four stage :

1. Head to Head in ODIs -

 Venue   Matches      Won by IND     Won by PAK      Tied     NR   
 India     30  11  19  0  0
 Pakistan     27  11  14  0  2
 Neutral  73  31  40  0  2
 Overall  130  53  73  0  4


27 - India and Pakistan have played 27 ODIs against each other in UAE so far. India has won just 8 ODIs while Pakistan has won 19. 

48 - Number of wickets taken by Yuzvendra Chahal in ODI cricket and needs 2 more wickets to complete the 50 wickets' milestone.

50 - Babar Azam will be playing the 50th match of his ODI career. The right-hander has scored 2119 runs at an average of 54.33 in 49 matches so far with 8 hundreds and 8 fifties. 

94 - Rohit Sharma needs 94 more runs to become the 9th Indian player to score 7000 or more ODI runs.

96 - Bhuvneshwar Kumar has taken 96 wickets in ODI cricket and needs 4 more wickets to become the 19th Indian bowler to reach the 100 ODI wickets' milestone. 

1704 - Runs scored by Shoaib Malik against India in ODIs - the third most by a Pakistani batsman against India. And his 4 out of 9 ODI hundreds also came against India.

1914 - Runs Ravindra Jadeja has scored in ODIs so far and needs 86 more to complete 2000 ODI runs milestone.


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 23 Sep, 2018

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