England will look to continue their winning momentum when they take on Australia in the second ODI match at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Saturday.
Jason Roy's poor form is a concern for England as the opener hasn't scored a fifty-plus score since his 180 against Australia earlier this year and in the bowling department, England has been doing well even without Chris Woakes and Ben Stokes.
On the other hand, a depleted Australian side needs to win this game to stay alive in this series. In the first game, it was batting that let down them as they could score only 214 runs on a good batting track, though bowlers put up a great fight in that low scoring game and would love to repeat that performance again to secure a win.
England leads in the series by 1-0 after a 3 wickets victory in the first match at The Oval.
All the major stats and facts all you need to know as England take on Australia in the second ODI match at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff :
Head to Head in ODIs -
1 - Australia have only 1 win from last 15 ODI matches away from home. They lost 12 out of 15 games and 2 games ended in no result.
2 - England has won both the ODI matches they played against Australia at the Sophia Gardens, Cardiff. And at this venue Australia have won 4 out of 5 ODIs, the only win came against Pakistan in June 2001.
3 - Adil Rashid needs 3 more wickets to become the 2nd spinner after Graeme Swann and overall 7th English bowler to take 100 wickets in ODI cricket.
5 - Aaron Finch has scored 5 hundreds against England in ODI cricket - the joint most for Australia against England. Ricky Ponting also scored 5 ODI tons against England.
13.17 - Alex Hales' batting average against Australia in ODI cricket - the lowest for him against an opponent in ODIs (Min 5 innings played).
80 - Shaun Marsh needs 80 more runs to complete 2000 runs in ODI cricket. He has scored 1920 runs at an average of 37.64 in 54 matches with 3 hundreds.
5376 - Runs scored by Eoin Morgan in ODIs for England and needs 41 more runs to go past Ian Bell's tally of 5416 runs to become all-time leading run scorer for England in ODI cricket.