IND vs NZ ODI Records: A total of 113 ODIs have been played between India vs New Zealand so far. In this, Team India won 55 matches and New Zealand won 50 matches.
IND vs NZ ODI Head to Head Records: Indian team is ready to play ODI and T20 series against New Zealand. The three ODI series between the two teams will start from January 18, Wednesday. The first match of this series will be played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. New Zealand is currently the number one ODI team. So there is no doubt that it will not be easy for India to win this series. Now let’s find out who has the upper hand in the ODIs between the two teams so far.
India vs New Zealand ODI records
A total of 113 ODIs have been played between the two teams so far. In this the Indian team won 55 matches and New Zealand won 50 matches. Apart from this, 7 matches remained scoreless. One match ended in a tie. According to statistics, Indian team is ahead of New Zealand in wins. Team India has won 52.35 percent so far. Also New Zealand won 47.64 percent of the matches.
Batters who scored most runs..
Former Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar topped the list of highest runs scored in ODIs between the two teams. The little master scored 1750 runs in 41 matches in 41 innings at an average of 46.05. In this, Sachin’s highest score was 186* runs. It is noteworthy that this is the highest score by any batsman. 5 centuries and 8 fifties came from Sachin’s bat.
Bowlers who took most wickets..
Former Indian fast bowler Jagwal Srinath took the highest number of 51 wickets in ODIs between the two teams. He took these wickets in 30 matches at an average of 20.41.
Most Centuries, Fifties..
Virender Sehwag scored the highest 6 centuries between the two teams. On the other hand, Virat Kohli is number one among those who crossed the 50-run mark most times. Virat has crossed this number 13 times.
Glenn Turner scored the first century in ODI cricket between the two teams on June 14, 1975 in Manchester. He played an unbeaten innings with 114 runs off 117 balls.
Wicket keeping records..
Indian wicket keeper Nayan Mongia sent the highest number of 36 batsmen to the pavilion from behind the stumps in ODIs between the two teams. It included 24 catches and 12 stumpings. Also former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is in second place with 33 outs.
New Zealander Ross Taylor took the highest number of catches in ODIs between the two teams with 19 catches. He got these catches in 35 matches.