ENG vs IND 2018 : 3rd T20I - Statistical Preview

All the major stats and facts you need to know as England take on India in the third T20I match in Bristol.

Virat Kohli yet to score a fifty plus score in T20Is in 2018 | Getty

The 2007 WT20 champions India will be eying their maiden T20I series victory in England when they take on the hosts England in the third and last T20I at County Ground in Bristol on Sunday evening. I

India outplayed the hosts in the all three departments of the game in the first T20I in Manchester and in the second T20I England bounced back and leveled the series after a 5 wickets thrilling win in Cardiff. Both the teams have been playing quality cricket for the last 12 months and the series decider is going to be another nail-biting contest. 

All the major stats and facts you need to know as England take on India in the third T20I match in Bristol :

Head to Head in T20Is -

 Team  Match    Won    Lost    Tied    NR  
 England    13  7  6  0  0
 India   13  6  7  0  0

2 - England has lost both the T20I matches they played at County Ground in Bristol. 

7 - Number of consecutive T20I innings for Virat Kohli without a 50 plus score. His last fifty plus score came against New Zealand (65 at New Delhi). 

14 - Rohit Sharma needs 14 more runs to become the second Indian player to score 2000 T20I runs after Virat Kohli (2059) who achieve this milestone in the first T20I of this series.

47 - Number of sixes hit by MS Dhoni in T20I format and he needs 3 more sixes to become the fourth Indian player to hit 50 T20I sixes after Rohit Sharma (84), Yuvraj Singh (74) and Suresh Raina (58).

299 - Suresh Raina (299) needs to hit 1 more six to become the second Indian player to hit 300 sixes in T20 cricket after Rohit Sharma (308).

972 - Runs scored by Shikhar Dhawan in T20I format and he needs 28 more runs to become the 6th Indian player to score 1000 T20I runs after Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh. 

1117 - Runs scored by Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan as a pair in T20Is and needs 38 more runs to go past David Warner and Shane Watson's 1154 runs record to become the leading pair in T20Is. 

1487 - MS Dhoni (1487 runs) needs 13 more runs to become the 4th Indian player to score 1500 runs in T20I format after Virat Kohli (2059), Rohit Sharma (1986) and Suresh Raina (1605). 


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 08 Jul, 2018

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