Following a 2-1 win in the Twenty20 International series, England are now eyeing a series of three ODIs, the first of which will be played in Manchester today. This will be the 150th one-day international between Australia and England.
In the 149 ODIs played between Australia and England so far, Australia has won 82 and England 62. The two are tied 2 matches while 3 matches are incomplete.
Australia has a good overall record against England but the weight of the host team is heavy in the matches played in England. Australia have won 31 of the 70 ODIs they have played in England, losing 35. 2 matches are tied while 2 matches are incomplete. Australia also has a strong presence in day and night matches. He has won 43 out of 70 matches. England have won 25 matches while 3 matches have been incomplete.
In the last 5 matches played between Australia and England, England has won 4 and Australia has won 1 match. The two had met twice in the 2019 World Cup in England, winning one match each.
England scored 481 for 6 in 50 overs in the match played at Nottingham on 19 June 2018, which is its highest score against Australia as well as the highest score in one-day international cricket. Australia’s highest score against England is 342 for 9, which they made in 50 overs on 14 February 2015 in Melbourne.
In the match played in Birmingham on 4 June 1977, all the Australian players were dismissed for 70 runs in 25.2 overs, which is his lowest score against England. England’s lowest score against Australia is 86 in 32.4 overs which they made on 14 June 2001 in Manchester.
Jason Roy scored 180 off 151 balls with 16 fours and 5 sixes in the match played on January 14, 2018 in Melbourne, which is the highest individual score by England against Australia. It is also the highest individual score for England in one-day international cricket. Australia’s highest score against England is 161 not out, which Shane Watson made in Melbourne on January 16, 2011 with the help of 12 fours and 4 sixes off 150 balls.
Andrew Bukhl bowled seven wickets for 20 runs in a World Cup match in Port Elizabeth on March 2, 2003, which is the best bowling performance for Australia against England. The record for England is held by Chris Vokes, who took six wickets for 45 runs on January 30, 2011 in Brisbane.