Hosts and number one ranked ODI team England will be looking to return on winning ways when they take on Australia in the first ODI at the Kennington Oval in London after their 6 runs defeat against Scotland in Edinburgh on last Sunday.
Jos Buttler's return will be a big boost for England. Though they'll miss their star all-rounder Ben Stokes and strike bowler Chris Woakes who are out due to injuries. On the other hand, Australia will be playing their first game under newly appointed captain Tim Paine and coach Justin Langer. And Australia will be playing without Steve Smith, David Warner, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood.
All the major stats and facts all you need to know as England take on Australia in the first ODI match at Kennington Oval in London :
Head to Head in ODIs -
2 - If Jonny Bairstow scores a hundred in this ODI, he will become the only second player to score 4 consecutive hundred in ODI cricket after Kumar Sangakkara. Bairstow's last three ODI scores read 105 vs Scotland, 138 and 104 against New Zealand.
3 - Tim Paine will become the 3rd wicket keeper player to lead Australia in an ODI match after Adam Gilchrist and Ian Healy. Overall he will be the 25th player to lead Australia in ODI cricket.
5 - Adil Rashid needs 5 more wickets to become the 7th English player to take 100 wickets in ODI cricket.
60 - Joe Root's batting average in ODI cricket in 2018. He has scored total 480 runs at an average of 60 in 11 matches with 1 hundred and 3 fifties.
104 - Shaun Marsh needs 104 more runs to complete 2000 runs in ODI cricket. He has scored 1896 runs at an average of 37.92 in 53 matches with 3 hundreds.
992 - Runs Aaron Finch scored against England in ODIs and needs 8 more runs to become the sixth Australian player to score 1000 ODI runs against England after Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke, Shane Watson, Allan Border and Adam Gilchrist.
1664 - Eoin Morgan has scored 1664 runs in ODIs against Australia so far - the most by any player from England. In fact, he has scored most runs in England - Australia ODIs from either side.
5307 - Runs scored by Eoin Morgan in ODIs for England and needs 110 more runs to go past Ian Bell's tally of 5416 runs to become all time leading run scorer for England in ODI cricket.