Australia and India are two of the most successful and popular teams in ODI cricket. They have played some thrilling and memorable matches over the years, and have produced some of the greatest players of the game. However, when it comes to head-to-head records, Australia has a clear edge over India in ODI cricket.
first India vs. Australia ODI was held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) as part of the 1980 Benson & Hedges World Series Cup, with Sunil Gavaskar leading the Indian side to a 66-run victory, thanks in part to Sandeep Patil's impressive 70-ball 64.
In the most recent ODI match between the two teams, India secured a 13-run victory over Australia in Canberra on December 2, 2020.
Nevertheless, Australia has been the more dominant team in this format, claiming victory in 80 of the 143 matches played against India, while India has won 53 times in this head-to-head competition.
India and Australia have played 143 ODIs so far, with Australia winning 80, India winning 53, and 10 matches ending without a result
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According to the latest statistics, Australia has won 80 out of 143 ODI matches played against India, while India has won only 53 matches. 10 matches ended without a result. This means that Australia has a win percentage of 55.94% against India, while India has a win percentage of 37.06% against Australia.
These are some of the possible reasons why Australia dominates India in ODI cricket. However, this does not mean that India cannot challenge or beat Australia in the future. India has a talented and young team that can improve and learn from their mistakes. They also have some of the best players in the world who can perform on any given day. They just need to be more consistent and confident in their abilities, and play with more passion and pride.
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