India vs Australia Head-to-Head ODI World Cup: India vs Australia always has a tough competition, fans love to watch this rivalry in every format. Both the teams have shown their best in the World Cup, India has won the ODI World Cup two times, first in 1983 under the captaincy of Kapil Dev and second in 2011 under the captaincy of MS Dhoni.
Whereas Australia has dominated in the ODI World Cup, they won 5 titles so far in the history of the Cricket World Cup. Australia won the World Cup in 1987 which was co-hosted by India and Pakistan. Then Australia made a hat-trick by winning the trophy three times in a row, 1999, 2003 and 2007. Their fifth trophy came in 2015 which was hosted by Australia and New Zealand.
Australia is the team with the most ODI World Cup trophies. This time India is hosting the tournament and they will play their first match against Australia, one of their biggest rivals in the ODI World Cup.
If you looking for the India vs Australia Head to Head ODI World Cup stats and records, then this page is going to be useful because here we have shared the complete stats of Ind vs Aus Head to Head in the ODI World Cup.
India vs Australia Head-to-Head ODI World Cup
India and Australia have faced each other 12 times in the ODI Cricket World Cup so far, in which Australia registered 8 wins whereas India could only win 4 games. It clearly shows that Australia has the upper hand over team India in the World Cup. Australia has a win percentage of 75% in the Ind vs Aus ODI World Cup Clashes.
However, in the recent ODI series played between these two nations, India won the series by 2-0. The current form of Indian batting and bowling orders has shown some great signals for the team to perform well throughout the tournament.
|Highest Score||Australia – 359 in 2003 (final)|
|Lowest Score||India – 125 in 2003 (group game)|
|Highest Individual Score||Ricky Ponting (140*)|
|Best Bowling Figures||Damien Fleming (5/36)|
Here is the complete list of all the India vs Australia ODI World Cup matches with the results…
|June 13, 1983||Australia||162 runs||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|June 20, 1983||India||118 runs||County Ground, Chelmsford|
|October 9, 1987||Australia||1 run||MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai|
|October 22, 1987||India||56 runs||Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi|
|March 1, 1992||Australia||1 run||The Gabba, Brisbane|
|February 27, 1996||Australia||16 runs||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai|
|June 4, 1999||Australia||77 runs||The Oval, London|
|February 15, 2003||Australia||9 wickets||SuperSport Park, Centurion|
|March 23, 2003||Australia||125 runs||The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg|
|March 24, 2011||India||5 wickets||Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad|
|March 26, 2015||Australia||95 runs||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney|
|June 9, 2019||India||36 runs||The Oval, London|
India vs Australia Head to Head in ODI Stats & Records
India and Australia have faced each other in 146 matches in One-Day International from 1980 to 2023. Australia has the upper hand in this rivalry with 82 wins, whereas India has won only 54 games, with 10 matches called off without any results.
Let’s take a look at the India vs Australia Head to Head in the ODI format…
India vs Australia Head to Head (Last 5 ODI Matches)
India recently hosted Australia for a 3 ODI matches series, where India’s main players Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah, and Hardik Pandya were rested for the first two matches. KL Rahul led the team in the absence of captain Rohit Sharma.
In the last 5 ODI games between India vs Australia, Australia won 3 out of 5 matches whereas, India could only win 2 matches in the last 5 ODI matches played in 2023. Here is the complete results of all the 5 matches…
|Australia tour of India, 3rd ODI (September 2023)||Australia||66 runs||Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot|
|Australia tour of India, 2nd ODI (September 2023)||India||99 runs (DLS)||Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore|
|Australia tour of India, 1st ODI (September 2023)||India||5 Wkts||IS Bindra Cricket Stadium, Mohali|
|Australia tour of India, 3rd ODI (March 2023)||Australia||21 runs||M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai|
|Australia tour of India, 2nd ODI (March 2023)||Australia||10||Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Stadium, Visakhapatnam|