Most Consecutive ODI Series Win: Rohit Sharma’s JUGGERNAUT marches on, extend Home Series WINNING STREAK to 7, 2 series wins away from breaking England’s World Record, Check OUT

Most Consecutive ODI Series Win: Most Consecutive Home Series Win – Rohit Sharma & Co are just 2 home series wins away…

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Most Consecutive ODI Series Win: Most Consecutive Home Series Win – Rohit Sharma & Co are just 2 home series wins away from creating a World Record. With a clinical performance in 2nd ODI, India have not only clinched the series against NewZealand but bettered their winning streak to 7. With win over Australia, India will inch closer to the record. England hold the Most Consecutive Home ODI Series Win record with 9 between 2016-2020. India last lost a home series back in 2019 against Australia. Follow IND vs NZ LIVE Updates on InsideSport.IN.

  • 9 – England (2016-2020)
  • 8 – New Zealand (2013-2017) – including one-off match series against Australia
  • 7 – India (2019-2023) *
  • 7 – Bangladesh (2018-2023)
  • 6 – Australia (2013-2017)

Most Consecutive ODI Series Win: Rohit Sharma’s JUGGERNAUT marches on, extend Home Series WINNING STREAK to 7, 2 series wins away from breaking England’s World Record, Check OUT

IND vs NZ Highlights: Rohit & Shami star as clinical India thrash Kiwis by 8 wickets to clinch series 2-0: Watch IND NZ 2nd ODI Highlights

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India’s previous best runs were between 2009-11 and 2016-18 when India won 6 consecutive home series in ODIs. India’s current home run began in 2019 with 2-1 series win over West Indies.

  • 7* – in 2019-22
  • 6 – in 2009-11
  • 6 – in 2016-18
  • 5 – in 2013-14

India’s Record Home Run – 

  1. 2-1 vs West Indies (2019)
  2. 2-1 vs Australia (2020)
  3. 2-1 vs England (2021)
  4. 3-0 vs West Indies (2022)
  5. 2-1 vs South Africa (2022)
  6. 3-0 vs Sri Lanka (2023)
  7. 2-0 vs New Zealand (2023) – TBC

Most Consecutive ODI Series Win: Rohit Sharma’s JUGGERNAUT marches on, extend Home Series WINNING STREAK to 7, 2 series wins away from breaking England’s World Record, Check OUT

India already hold the World Record for Most Consecutive Series win against an opponent. India are on a 12-series winning streak against West Indies in ODIs. India’s victory march began in 2007 and since then, India haven’t lost a single series — home or — away to Windies.

IND vs NZ 3rd ODI Highlights: As for the 3rd ODI, Indian pacers shrugged off a disappointing outing in 1st ODI to make merry of a Green Top in Raipur. Mohammad Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur and Hardik Pandya made merry to bundle out Kiwis for just 108. In reply, Rohit Sharma smashed a brilliant half-century while Shubman Gill scored an unbeaten 40 to seal win the 2nd ODI by 8 wickets in Raipur.

Indian pacers were criticised heavily after leaking 90 runs in the last 10 overs. However, on Saturday, they were clinical. Siraj continued his red-hot form with the new ball.

He bagged just a wicket but conceded only 10 runs in 6 overs. Both Shami and Siraj had dot ball percentage of 83% in their 6 overs each. Hardik Pandya was equally brilliant too, scalping 2 wickets with dot-ball percentage of nearly 81%. As a result, Kiwis folded for just 108.

Chasing the target, the hosts had a shaky start with the Indian captain getting beaten and surviving a close call in the very first over. However, Rohit pulled Henry Shipley for a boundary in the second over to get things going for. The openers didn’t face any discomfort after initial few overs as they started to middle the ball and caress boundaries with ease.

Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill stitched together a 72-run opening stand. While Rohit fell shortly after his half-century, Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan completed the formalities in 20.1 overs.

Most Consecutive ODI Series Win: Rohit Sharma’s JUGGERNAUT marches on, extend Home Series WINNING STREAK to 7, 2 series wins away from breaking England’s World Record, Check OUT

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