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India vs Australia Head to Head

India and Australia are perhaps the cricketing giants of today's world. The two national teams faced each other for the first time back in 1947 for a Test match. That match was won by Australia. Over the years India and Australia have faced each other many times. India vs Australia head to head statistics has been given under.


Table of Contents


  1. Test Statistics
  2. ODI Statistics
  3. T20I Statistics
  4. India vs Australia at the ODI World Cup



Australia v India - 4th Test: Day 5


Test Statistics


India vs Australia head to head statistics in Tests are given below :


Series-wise Statistics


First Bilateral Series1947/48Won by Australia
Last Bilateral Series2020/21Ongoing

The first Test series was played between India and Australia in 1947/48 and was won by Australia.


Till date, India and Australia played a total of 26 series against each other. (These were not all bilateral series).Out of the 26 series played so far, Australia have dominated with 12 series wins with India only managing 9 Test series victories. There have been five series which have been drawn so far.


Total No. of SeriesWon by IndiaWon by AustraliaDrawn
269125

Match-wise Statistics


First Match1947Won by Australia
Last Match2021Match was Drawn

In terms of the number of Test matches played, again Australia has dominated. Of the 101 Test matches played between these two nations, only 29 have been won by India and Australia have come out on top on 43 occasions. The remaining 28 games have ended in a draw with one tie.


Total No. of MatchesWon by IndiaWon by AustraliaDrawnTied
1012943281

*Last updated on 14th January 2021


India v Australia - ICC Cricket World Cup 2019


ODI Statistics


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Given below, are IND vs AUS head to head numbers in ODI:


Series-wise Statistics


First Bilateral Series1984/85Won by Australia
Last Bilateral Series2020Won by Australia

With the first ODI match being played between these two teams in 1980, India and Australia played their first ODI series in 1984/85. It was won by Australia.


Till date, India and Australia played a total of 59 ODI series against each other. (These were not all bilateral series).


Out of the 59 series played so far, only 15 have been won by India and Australia have been able to win on 27 occasions. Out of the remaining, one has been shared between the two and 16 have been won by another country.


Total No. of SeriesWon by IndiaWon by AustraliaSharedWon by Another Team (Non-bilateral Series)
591527116

Match-wise Statistics


First Match1980Won by India
Last Match2020Won by India

In terms of the number of ODI matches played, again Australia National cricket team has won more number of matches. Of the 148 ODI matches played between these two nations, 80 have been won by Australia and India have managed to win only 53 games. While 10 games ended in No Result, five games were either abandoned or cancelled.


Total No. of MatchesWon by IndiaWon by AustraliaNo ResultAbandoned/Cancelled
1485380105

*Last updated on 22nd Dec 2020


India v Australia - T20I: Game 2


T20I Statistics


Find below India vs Australia head to head record in T20 International games:


Series-wise Statistics


First Bilateral Series2008Won by India
Last Bilateral Series2020Won by India

The first T20 series was played between Australia and India in 2008/09 and was won by India.


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Till date, India and Australia played a total of 15 T20 series against each other. (These were not all bilateral series).Out of the 14 series played so far, five have been won by India and Australia have managed to win only two. The remaining 8 were won by other nations being non-bilateral series.


Total No. of SeriesWon by IndiaWon by AustraliaWon by Another Team (Non-bilateral Series)
15528

Match-wise Statistics


First Match2007Won by India
Last Match2020Won by India

In terms of the number of T20 matches played, again India national cricket team have won more number of matches. Of the 24 T20 matches played between these two nations, 13 have been won by India and Australia have managed to win only 9 games. One match each have ended with No result and Abandonment.


Total No. of MatchesWon by IndiaWon by AustraliaNo ResultAbandoned
2413911

*Last updated on 22nd Dec 2019


India v Australia - ICC Cricket World Cup 2019


India vs Australia at the ODI World Cup


Match-wise Statistics


First ODI World Cup Match1983Won by Australia
Last ODI World Cup Match2019Won by India

India and Australia have faced each other for a total of twelve occasions at the ODI World Cup. They met at the centre for the first time at the World Cup in 1983. That game was won by Australia.


Out of the total 12 times these two teams have faced each other in the World Cup, Australia have come out victorious 8 times while India has been able to manage a win only 4 times.


Total No. of MatchesWon by IndiaWon by Australia
1248

*Last updated on 16 Dec 2019

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"Indian bowling attack was very disciplined" - Marnus Labuschagne

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"It seemed like Ashwin gave Washington Sundar the guru-mantra on how to dismiss Smith, along with his cap"- Zaheer Khan

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"A dream season for Natarajan" - Twitter reacts to an absorbing day between India and Australia at the Gabba

"When you get to a hundred, just carry on" - Marnus Labuschagne disappointed after getting out

"When you get to a hundred, just carry on" - Marnus Labuschagne disappointed after getting out

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"I really wish Navdeep Saini comes back and bowls the first over tomorrow" - Washington Sundar

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"T Natarajan did better than what was expected from him" - Zaheer Khan

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"Everything you do is just fire!" - Twitter erupts as T Natarajan's twin strikes bring Team India back in the game

"Ati Sundar!" - Twitter reacts as Washington Sundar dismisses Steve Smith for his maiden Test wicket

"Ati Sundar!" - Twitter reacts as Washington Sundar dismisses Steve Smith for his maiden Test wicket

"A crazy but positive move" - Twitter reacts as T Natarajan & Washington Sundar make Test debuts

"A crazy but positive move" - Twitter reacts as T Natarajan & Washington Sundar make Test debuts

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Hanuma Vihari - The wounded warrior

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"When you play after a long time, small mistakes do happen" - Pragyan Ojha backs Rohit Sharma to come good in Brisbane

"Team India will need to go with one extra batsman in Brisbane" - Pragyan Ojha

"Team India will need to go with one extra batsman in Brisbane" - Pragyan Ojha

Vikram Rathour reveals Rishabh Pant wasn't even aware that Steve Smith had allegedly scuffed his guard marks

Vikram Rathour reveals Rishabh Pant wasn't even aware that Steve Smith had allegedly scuffed his guard marks

"If he can play, he will play" - batting coach Vikram Rathour provides crucial update on Jasprit Bumrah's availability

"If he can play, he will play" - batting coach Vikram Rathour provides crucial update on Jasprit Bumrah's availability

"I was the reason he wasn't at his best" - Tim Paine blames himself for Mitchell Starc's poor showing at the SCG

"I was the reason he wasn't at his best" - Tim Paine blames himself for Mitchell Starc's poor showing at the SCG

Have Team India ever won a Test at the Gabba?

Have Team India ever won a Test at the Gabba?

"I am always up for that" - Tim Paine ready to engage in banter during the Gabba Test

"I am always up for that" - Tim Paine ready to engage in banter during the Gabba Test

"India don't need to play Jasprit Bumrah in all four Test matches against England" - Gautam Gambhir

"India don't need to play Jasprit Bumrah in all four Test matches against England" - Gautam Gambhir

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