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IND vs AUS ODI WC: India-Australia clash 12 times in ODI World Cup, know who is ahead

Sports Desk. Indore. The Indian team’s first match in the Cricket World Cup (IND vs AUS ODI WC), which is going to start from October 5, is against Australia. This match will be played in Chennai on Sunday, October 8.

There have been 12 matches so far in the ODI World Cup between India and Australia. Australia is ahead by winning 8 matches. However, just before this World Cup, there was a three-match ODI series between the two countries, which India won 2-1.

India vs Australia Head to Head in World Cup

  1. 13 June 1983: Australia won by 162 runs (Trent Bridge, Nottingham)
  2. 20 June 1983: India won by 118 runs (County Ground, Chelmsford)
  3. 9 October 1987: Australia won by 1 run (MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai)
  4. 22 October 1987: India won by 56 runs (Feroze Shah Kotla, Delhi)
  5. 1 March 1992: Australia won by 1 run (The Gabba, Brisbane)
  6. 27 February 1996: Australia won by 16 runs (Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai)
  7. 4 June 1999: Australia won by 77 runs (Oval, London)
  8. 15 February 2003: Australia won by 9 wickets (SuperSport Park, Centurion)
  9. 23 March 2003: Australia won by 125 runs (The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg)
  10. 24 March 2011: India won by 5 wickets (Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad)
  11. 26 March 2015: Australia won by 95 runs (Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney)
  12. 9 June 2019: India won by 36 runs (The Oval, London)

India and Australia ODI World Cup They have faced each other in 12 matches in nine editions. Australia continues to lead with a 75% win record.

Both the teams came face to face for the first time on 13 June 1983. Then India became the World Cup champion. There were two matches between India and Australia in that World Cup. India had lost to Australia by a huge margin of 162 runs in the league stage, but Kapil Dev’s team bounced back with a 118-run win in Chelmsford in the second league game.

Both teams played their first match in the 1987 World Cup on 9 October 1987 in Chennai (then Madras). Australia defended 270 runs and won by 1 run.

India got the better of Australia in the second league game in Delhi. Batsmen like Sunil Gavaskar, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Dilip Vengsarkar and Mohammad Azharuddin scored half-centuries as India scored 289 runs for 6 wickets after 50 overs. Azharuddin and left-arm spinner Maninder Singh took three wickets each and reduced the Australian innings to 233 runs in 49 overs.

After this, the 1992 World Cup was jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand. Then

Australia had registered a thrilling 1 run victory over India.

India and Australia have played a World Cup final only once, in the 2003 edition in Johannesburg. Thanks to the brilliant performance of captain Ricky Ponting (140 not out) along with Damien Martyn (88), Australia scored a mammoth score of 359/2. India were bowled out for 234 in the second innings and Australia defended their title with a comprehensive 125-run win.

India avenged the 2003 World Cup victory eight years later when the two teams met in the quarter-finals of the 2011 World Cup at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. Chasing the target of 260, India registered victory thanks to the brilliant batting of Yuvraj Singh (57 runs not out) and Suresh Raina (34 runs not out). This was India’s first win against Australia in the World Cup since 1987.

Australia defeated India in the second semi-final of the 2015 World Cup at the Sydney Cricket Ground. India had won the latest encounter between the two sides at the Oval in London in the 2019 World Cup.

Posted By: Arvind Dubey

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