ENG vs AUS 2018 : 3rd ODI - Statistical Preview

All the major stats and facts all you need to know as England take on Australia in the third ODI match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

Jos Buttler (2916 runs) needs 84 more runs to complete 3000 ODI runs. (Photo - Belfast Telegraph)

Number one ranked ODI side England will be eying a series win when they take on Australia in the third ODI match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

England has outplayed Australia in all the departments of the game in the first two ODIs and would love to continue to do so. On the other hand, world champions Australia will have to win this encounter to stay alive in the series. Top order batting has let down Australia in this series as openers couldn't provide a good platform for the middle order batsmen. England lead by 2-0 in this 5 match ODI series. 

All the major stats and facts all you need to know as England take on Australia in the third ODI match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham :

Head to Head in ODIs -

 Team  Match   Won   Lost   Tied   NR 
 England  144  58  81  2  3
 Australia   144  81  58  2  3

0 - Number of wins England have against Australia in ODIs at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. England played 3 ODIs against Australia at this venue, lost 2 and 1 match was tied.

1 - If Australia loses this ODI match, for the first time ever they'll lose 4 bilateral ODI series in a row. Australia has lost to New Zealand by 2-0 and by 4-1 to India in 2017, by 4-1 to England earlier this year and is now trailing by 2-0 in this 5 match series.

14 - Australia has now lost 14 out of last 17 ODIs they played away from home since their win against Ireland at Benoni in September 2016.

136 - Jos Buttler's ODI average at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. He has scored 272 runs at an average of 136 in 4 innings with 2 fifties so far.

2916 - Jos Buttler (2916) needs 84 more runs to complete 3000 ODI runs. He has scored 2916 runs at an average of 38.88 in 111 matches with 5 hundreds and 16 fifties.

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 the all-time leading run-scorer for England in ODI cricket.


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 19 Jun, 2018

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