After big win in Test, India look to improve poor ODI record against Australia

After big win in Test, India look to improve poor ODI record against Australia

The last time India had won against Australia in an ODI, at home, was way back in 2007.

Even though the Indian women’s team has come up with great performances in the last two Tests, it is ODIs which has been a problem, especially against Australia. More often than not, India has found it tough to beat their Aussie counterparts. As the three-match ODI series begins at the Wankhede Stadium on Thursday, it is important to look at India’s dismal record against the best team in the world.

As per the records, in all the India vs Australia encounters, our women have won only 10 matches, to go with 40 losses in 50 ODIs. If that is not enough, India has a terrible record at home in India vs Australia matches, having won only four, to go with 17 defeats. India has not won any ODI against the Aussies at home since February 2007.

Chance to Improve Record

Under the leadership of Harmanpreet Kaur, there is no reason why the Indian team can’t better the standing record, which would give them decent practice time before the World Cup 2025. The team has added the likes of Shreyanka Patil, Saika Ishaque, Mannat Kashyap, and Titas Sadhu for the ODIs.

While Beth Mooney, Phoebe Lichfield, and Ellyse Perry will be the main threats for India, as these girls have shown good form with the bat.


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