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India v England: The Stats

The numbers put the overall and tournament history on India's side, while the venue and country give England an advantage

India v England: The Stats - Cricket News
Ravindra Jadeja is the first Indian bowler to take a five-wicket haul in the ICC Champions Trophy.
England and India have met 86 times in ODI cricket with India winning 46 matches and England 35 with two ties and three no-results.
In England, they have met 33 times, with England leading 18-11 with one tie and three no-results.
They have met twice in the ICC Champions Trophy with India winning both matches.  It won by eight wickets at Colombo in 2002 and by four wickets at Jaipur in 2006.
India was joint-winner of the tournament in 2002.  England reached the final in 2004.
Lie of the Land
England has played 31 ODIs at Edgbaston with 19 wins and 10 defeats with two no-results.  India has played six games at the venue, winning three and losing three.
42 day ODIs have been played at the ground. 18 been won batting first and 20 batting second with one tie and three no-results.
In those 42 matches, 10 captains won the toss and chose to bat and 32 chose to bowl.
The average first innings score is 232.
Recent ODI form
England has played 15 ODIs so far in 2013, winning eight and losing seven.  It beat South Africa by seven wickets at The Oval in its semi-final, having beaten Australia by 48 runs, lost to Sri Lanka by seven wickets and beaten New Zealand by 10 runs to finish top of Group A.
India has won eight and lost three of its 11 ODI matches in 2013.  It beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets at Cardiff in its semi-final, having beaten South Africa by 26 runs, the West Indies by eight wickets and Pakistan by eight wickets (D/L) to finish top of Group B.
Upcoming milestones
This is the 100th ICC Champions Trophy match to be played.
99 batsmen have been dismissed stumped in ODI cricket in England.
Reliance ICC Rankings News
No matter what the result, India will stay top and England second in the Reliance ICC One-Day International Championship.
Jonathan Trott is England’s highest-rated batsman in a career-best fourth place.  He averages 75.77 with a strike rate of 80.04 in his last 12 matches.
Alastair Cook is not far behind him at number eight, but he is 24 matches without a century.  Ian Bell averages 51.10 in his last 11 matches to sit 18th, and Joe Root is already up to a career-best 33rd with 585 points.
Steven Finn is fourth among the bowlers, with James Anderson at number five thanks to 28 wickets at 15.85 in his last 12 matches.  Graeme Swann has struggled since the start of 2012, with just 14 wickets at 42.78 in 15 matches, whereas James Tredwell has 25 wickets at 19.40 in the same period to reach a career-best 28th.
Virat Kohli is India’s highest-ranked batsman in third place.  In his last 21 matches he averages 67.93 with five centuries.  MS Dhoni is two places behind him, with Suresh Raina 14th.
Shikhar Dhawan has scored 332 runs in his four innings so far to break into the world’s top 40 batsmen.
Ravindra Jadeja became the first Indian bowler to take a five-wicket haul in the ICC Champions Trophy against the West Indies.  His last eight matches have brought him 168 runs and 19 wickets at 11.89 to move him to third in the world’s bowling and all-rounders tables.
R Ashwin is also inside the top 15 bowlers, and Bhuvneshwar Kumar is a career-best 43rd after six inexpensive wickets in the tournament so far.

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