India vs England ODI Record in Tournaments

India and England have met 22 times in tournaments. Starting from ICC World Cup 1975 at Lord’s till Carlton Series in Australia, 2015, India has won 13 of them, while England has won 7. One match (2011, Bangalore was tied, while 2002 Natwest Trophy match was abandoned. They have played against each other in 7 countries, including their own. India and England have met 7 times at World Cup, and 15 times in other tournaments. India won 13 of them, one produced no result and they also played a tie between them. In the decade of 2010, for the first time England has won more matches against India. Here is the complete statistics of captains, man of the match awards, wicketkeepers, ODI records and list of all the 22 ODIs played between them in tournaments till the end of 2016.

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Tournament Statistics between India and England

    1. Starting from World Cup at Lord’s in 1975, in every decade since 1980s India has defeated England more except 2010 onward where with twin wins at Australia in 2015, England has won a match more.

      1970s: 1 (Eng 1)
      1980s: 5 (Ind 4, Eng 1)
      1990s: 5 (Ind 3, Eng 2)
      2000s: 7 (Ind 5, Eng 1, NR 1)
      2010s: 4 (Eng 2, Ind 1, Tie 1)

    2. In 15 venues of 7 countries, England leads only in Australia, while India has defeated them more in other 6 countries, including their home, England.

      (E): England won, (I): India won), NR: No Result, T: Tie

        Eng (8: IND 5, ENG 2, NR 1): Lord’s (E), Manchester (I), Birmingham (I), Lord’s (I), Chester-le-Street (NR), The Oval (E), Lord’s (I), Birmingham (I)
        India (IND 2, ENG 1, Tie 1): Mumbai (E), Bangalore (T), Kanpur (I), Jaipur (I)
        Aus (4: ENG 3, IND 1): Perth (E), Sydney (I), Brisbane (E), Perth (E)
        UAE (4: IND 3, ENG 1): Sharjah
        SL: Colombo RPS (I)
        SA: Durban (I)

    Captains: Eng 13, Ind 10 (highest 6 matches each for Nasser Hussain and Ganguly)

      Mike Denness (Eng), S Venkataraghavan (Ind),
      Bob Willis (Eng), Kapil Dev (Ind)
      David Gower (ENG), Gavaskar (IND)
      John Emburey (ENG), Kapil Dev (IND)
      Mike Gatting (ENG), Kapil Dev (IND)
      Gooch (ENG), Srikkanth (IND)
      Gooch (ENG), Azharuddin (IND)
      Adam Hollioake (ENG), Tendulkar (IND)
      Alec Stewart (ENG), Azharuddin (IND)
      Alec Stwart (ENG), Ajay Jadeja (IND)
      Alec Stwart (ENG), Azharuddin (IND)
      Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND)
      Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND)
      Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND)
      Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND)
      Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND)
      Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND)
      Flintoff (ENG), Dravid (IND)
      Andrew Strauss (ENG), Dhoni (IND)
      Cook (ENG), Dhoni (IND)
      Morgan (ENG), Dhoni (IND)
      Morgan (ENG), Dhoni (IND)

    Man Of Match Awards: Eng 8, Ind 13, Kapil and Strauss received Man of the Matches as captain

      Dennis Amiss (137)
      Mohinder Amarnath (2/27, 46 runs with 4 4s 1 six)
      Srikkanth (53-ball 57 with 10 4s)
      Captain Kapil Dev (1/30, 54-ball 64)
      Gooch (115)
      Chetan Sharma (2/78, 101*)
      Ian Botham (9, 2/27)
      Alec Stewart (116)
      Ajay Jadeja 21, 3/3 in 1 over)
      Venkatesh Prasad (3/35)
      Ganguly (40, 3/27)
      Yuvraj (3/39, 64*)
      Ronnie Irani (53, 5/26)
      Kaif (87*)
      Sehwag (104-ball 126 with 21 4s one six)
      Nehra (6/23)
      Munaf Patel (3/18)
      Captain Strauss (158)
      Ravindra Jadeja (25-ball 33*, 2/24)
      Finn (5/33)
      James Taylor (82)

    Wicketkeepers: Ind 9, Eng 9, 10 maximum for Alec Stewart, 6 for Dravid. Stewart, Dravid and Dhoni are captain wicketkeepers.

      Ind: Farokh Engineer, Eng: Alan Knott
      Ind: Kirmani, Eng: Ian Gould
      Ind: Sadanand Viswanath, Eng: Paul Downton
      Ind: Sadanand Viswanath, Eng: Jack Richards
      Ind: Kiran More, Eng: Paul Downton
      Ind: Kiran More, Eng: Jack Russell
      Ind: Kiran More, Eng: Alec Stewart
      Ind: Saba Karim, Eng: Alec Stewart
      Ind: Nayan Mongia, Eng: Alec Stwart
      Ind: Nayan Mongia, Eng: Alec Stwart
      Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
      Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
      Ind: Ajay Ratra, Eng: Stewart
      Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
      Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
      Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
      Ind: Dravid, Eng: Chris Read
      Ind: Dhoni, Eng: Matt Prior
      Ind: Dhoni, Eng: Jos Bulter
      Ind: Dhoni, Eng: Jos Bulter
      Ind: Dhoni, Eng: Jos Bulter

ODIs in World Cup

    Eng def Ind by 202 runs (Group Match at Lord’s, 1975)
    Ind def Eng by 6 wkts (Semifinal at Manchester, 1983)
    Eng def Ind by 35 runs (Semifinal at Mumbai, 1987)
    Eng def Ind by 9 runs (Group Match at Perth, 1992)
    Ind def Eng by 63 runs (Group Match at Birmingham, 1999)
    Ind def Eng by 82 runs (Group Match at Durban, 2003)
    Match Tied (Group Match at Bangalore, 2011)

Benson & Hedges World Cup (in Australia/New Zealand) 1984/85: Ind def Eng by 86 runs (Group Match, Sydney 1985)
Sharjah Cup 1986/87: Ind def Eng by 3 wickets (Group Match, Sharjah 1987)
MRF World Series (Nehru Cup) 1989/90: Ind def Eng by 6 wickets (Group Match, Kanpur, 1989)
Akai-Singer Champions Trophy 1997/98: Eng def Ind by 7 runs (Group Match, Sharjah 1997)
Coca-Cola Cup 1998/99

    Ind def Eng by 20 runs (Group Match, Sharjah 1999)
    Ind def Eng by 9 runs (Group Match, Sharjah 1999)

NatWest Series 2002

    Ind vs Eng by 6 wickets (Group Match, Lord’s 2002)
    No Result (Group Match, Chester-le-Street 2002)
    Eng def Ind by 64 runs (Group Match, The Oval 2002)
    Ind def Eng by 2 wickets (Final, Lord’s 2002)

ICC Champions Trophy

    Ind def Eng by 8 wickets (Colombo RPS, 2002)

ICC Champions Trophy 2006/07

    Ind def Eng by 4 wickets (Group Match, Jaipur 2006)
    India def Eng (D/L Method) by 5 runs (Final, Birmingham, 2013)

Carlton Tri Series, Australia 2015

    Eng def India by 9 wickets (Brisbane, 2015)
    Eng def India by 3 wickets (Perth, 2015)

Matches by Dates and Details

    1. Eng def Ind by 202 runs (Group Match at Lord’s, 1975)
    Captains: Mike Denness (Eng), S Venkataraghavan (Ind), MOM: Dennis Amiss (137)
    Scores: ENG: 334/4 (60 overs), IND: 132/3 (60)
    100s/50s: 137 (Dennis Amiss), 68 (Keith Fletcher), 51* (Chris Old)
    4/6: Eng: 30/4, Ind: 8/0
    100+ Partnerships: 176 2nd Dennis Amiss, Keith Fletcher
    Best Bowling: 2/58 Syed Abid Ali
    Maidens: Ind: 4, Eng: 12
    Run outs: 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Farokh Engineer, Eng: Alan Knott
    Unique: Gavaskar’s 174-ball 36 runs with a boundary, 18 4s by Dennis Amiss

2. Ind def Eng by 6 wkts (Semifinal at Manchester, 1983)

    Captains: Bob Willis (Eng), Kapil Dev (Ind), MOM: Mohinder Amarnath (2/27, 46 runs with 4 4s 1 six)
    Scores: 213 (60 overs) (ENG), 217/4 (54.4) (IND)
    100s/50s: 61 Yashpal Sharma, 51* Sandeep Patil
    4/6: Eng: 12/0, Ind: 21/3
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 3/35 Kapil Dev
    Maidens: Ind 5, Eng 10
    Run outs: Eng 2, Ind 1
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Kirmani, Eng: Ian Gould
    Unique: Indians reached first time world cup final, both teams had bowlers as captains. 4 maidens by Ian Botham

3. Ind def Eng by 86 runs (Group Match, Sydney 1985)

    Captains: David Gower (ENG), Gavaskar (IND), MOM: Srikkanth (53-ball 57 with 10 4s)
    Scores: Ind 235/9 (50 overs), Eng 149 (41.4 overs)
    100s/50s: 57 Srikkanth
    4/6: Eng 2/0, Ind 14/1
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 3/59 Norman Cowans, 3/30 Shastri, 3/39 Laxman Sivaramakrishnan
    Maidens: Ind 2, Eng 2
    Run outs: Eng 0, Ind 2
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Sadanand Viswanath, Eng: Paul Downton
    Unique: 100+ strike rate of K Srikkanth

4. Ind def Eng by 3 wickets (Group Match, Sharjah 1987)

    Captains: John Emburey (ENG), Kapil Dev (IND), MOM: Kapil Dev (1/30, 54-ball 64)
    Scores: Eng 211/7 (50 overs), Ind 214/7 (48.5 overs)
    100s/50s: 57 (Chris Broad), 56 (Srikkanth), 64 (Kapil Dev)
    4/6: Eng 10/1, Ind 14/2
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 3/47 Shastri, 3/38 Emburey
    Maidens: Ind 4, Eng 4
    Run outs: Eng 1, Ind 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Sadanand Viswanath, Eng: Jack Richards
    Unique: Captain Kapil won MOM

5. Eng def Ind by 35 runs (WC Semifinal at Mumbai, 1987)

    Captains: Mike Gatting (ENG), Kapil Dev (IND), MOM: Gooch (115)
    Scores: Eng 254/6 (50 overs), Ind 219 (45.3 overs)
    100s/50s: 115 (Gooch), 56 (Gatting), 64 (Azharuddin)
    4/6: Eng 21/0, Ind 20/0
    100+ Partnerships: 117 3rd Gooch, Gatting
    Best Bowling: 4/52 Eddie Hemmings, 3/47 Neil Foster, 3/54 Maninder Singh
    Maidens: Ind 2, Eng 2
    Run outs: 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Kiran More, Eng: Paul Downton
    Unique: England avenged 1983 WC SF defeat

6. Ind def Eng by 6 wickets (Group Match, Kanpur, 1989)

    Captains: Gooch (ENG), Srikkanth (IND), MOM: Chetan Sharma (2/78, 101*)
    Scores: Eng 255/7 (50 overs), Ind 259/4 (48.1 overs)
    100s/50s: 91 (Allan Lamb), 61 (Alec Stewart), 61 (Navjot Sidhu), 101* (Chetan Sharma, 96 balls, 8 4s, 1 six)
    4/6: Eng 20/0, Ind 20/2
    100+ Partnerships: 130 4th Lamb, Stewart, 105 3rd Sidhu, Chetan Sharma
    Best Bowling: 2/56 Kapil Dev
    Maidens: Ind 1, Eng 2
    Run outs: Eng 1, Ind 1
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Kiran More, Eng: Jack Russell
    Unique: Century by bowler Chetan Sharma (taken a hattrick too in ODIs)

7. Eng def Ind by 9 runs (Group Match at Perth, 1992)

    Captains: Gooch (ENG), Azharuddin (IND), MOM: Ian Botham (9, 2/27)
    Scores: Eng 236/9 (50 overs), Ind 227 (49.2 overs)
    100s/50s: 51 (Gooch), 91 (Robin Smith), 57 (Shastri)
    4/6: Eng 14/2, Ind 17/1
    100+ Partnerships: 110 2nd Gooch, Robin Smith
    Best Bowling: 3/38 Dermot Reeve
    Maidens: Ind 4, Eng 0
    Run outs: Eng 0, Ind 2
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Kiran More, Eng: Alec Stewart
    Unique: Ian Botham opened innings, 3 maidens by Manoj Prabhakar

8. Eng def Ind by 7 runs (Group Match, Sharjah 1997)

    Captains: Adam Hollioake (ENG), Tendulkar (IND), MOM: Alec Stewart (116)
    Scores: Eng 250 (49.5 overs), Ind 243 (49.3 overs)
    100s/50s: 116 (Stewart), 91 (Tendulkar), 50 (Ajay Jadeja)
    4/6: Eng 16/3, Ind 14/3
    100+ Partnerships: 108 5th Tendulkar, Ajay Jadeja
    Best Bowling:4/45 Matthew Fleming, 3/37 Srinath, 3/50 Abhay Kuruvilla
    Maidens: Ind 0, Eng 1
    Run outs: Eng 2, Ind 1
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Saba Karim, Eng: Alec Stewart
    Unique: Wicketkeeper Stewart gets century and MOM. India lose by 3 balls remaining

9. Ind def Eng by 20 runs (Group Match, Sharjah 1999)

    Captains: Alec Stewart (ENG), Azharuddin (IND), MOM: Ajay Jadeja 21, 3/3 in 1 over)
    Scores: Eng 202 (47.5 overs), Ind 222/5 (50 overs)
    100s/50s: 60 (Sadagoppan Ramesh), 74* (Azharuddin), 57 Neil Fairbrother
    4/6: Eng 15/2, Ind 12/2
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 3/3 Ajay Jadeja, 3/28 Venkatesh Prasad
    Maidens: Ind 4, Eng 1
    Run outs: Eng 1, Ind 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Rahul Dravid, Eng: Alec Stewart
    Unique: Ajay Jadeja’s 3 wickets in 1 over

10. Ind def Eng by 9 runs (Group Match, Sharjah 1999)

    Captains: Alec Stwart (ENG), Ajay Jadeja (IND), MOM: Venkatesh Prasad (3/35)
    Scores: Eng 230 (48.5 overs), Ind 239/6 (50 overs)
    100s/50s: 63 (Dravid), 74* (Ajay Jadeja), 84 (Nick Knight), 79 (Graham Thorpe)
    4/6: Eng 16/7, Ind 21/0
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 3/35 Venkatesh Prasad
    Maidens: Ind 4, Eng 5
    Run outs: Eng 2, Ind 1
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Nayan Mongia, Eng: Alec Stwart
    Unique: 4 6s by Nick knight

11. Ind def Eng by 63 runs (Group Match at Birmingham, 1999)

    Captains: Alec Stwart (ENG), Azharuddin (IND), MOM: Ganguly (40, 3/27)
    Scores: Eng 169 (45.2 overs), Ind 232/8 (50 overs)
    100s/50s: 53 (Dravid)
    4/6: Eng 17/1, Ind 24/0
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 3/27 Ganguly
    Maidens: Ind 5, Eng 4
    Run outs: Eng 0, Ind 1
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Nayan Mongia, Eng: Alec Stwart
    Unique: Ganguly’s all round performance

12. Ind vs Eng by 6 wickets (Group Match, Lord’s 2002)

    Captains: Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND), MOM: Yuvraj (3/39, 64*)
    Scores: Eng 271/7 (50 overs), 272/4 Ind (48.5 overs)
    100s/50s: 86 Trescothick, 54 Nasser Hussain, 71 Sehwag, 73* Dravid, 64* Yuvraj
    4/6: Eng 20/1, Ind 27/1
    100+ Partnerships: 109 1st Sehwag, Ganguly
    131* 5th Dravid, Yuvaraj
    Best Bowling: 3/39 Yuvraj Singh, 3/33 Ronnie Irani
    Maidens: Ind 0, Eng 1
    Run outs: Eng 1, Ind 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
    Unique: Two 100+ Partnerships by India

13. No Result (Group Match, Chester-le-Street 2002)

    Captains: Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND)
    Scores: Eng 53/1 (12.3 overs), Ind 285/4 (50 overs)
    100s/50s: 105* (Tendulkar), 82 (Dravid)
    4/6: Eng 6/0, Ind 24/2
    100+ Partnerships: 169 4th Tendulkar, Dravid
    Best Bowling: 2/52 Gough
    Maidens: Ind 0, Eng 1
    Run outs: 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
    Unique:

14. Eng def Ind by 64 runs (Group Match, The Oval 2002)

    Captains: Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND), MOM: Ronnie Irani (53, 5/26)
    Scores: Eng 229/8 (32 overs), Ind 165 (29.1 overs)
    100s/50s: 53 Ronnie Irani, 51 Flintoff
    4/6: Eng 16/3, Ind 18/2
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling:5/26, Ronnie, 3/52 Zaheer
    Maidens: Ind 0, Eng 1
    Run outs: 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Ajay Ratra, Eng: Stewart
    Unique: 5-wicket haul by Ronnie Irani

15. Ind def Eng by 2 wickets (Final, Lord’s 2002)

    Captains: Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND), MOM: Kaif (87*)
    Scores: Eng 325/5 (50 overs), Ind 326/8 (50 overs)
    100s/50s: 109 (Trescothick), 115 Nasser Hussain, 60 Ganguly, 69 Yuvraj, 87* Kaif
    4/6: Eng 21/3, Ind 34/5
    100+ Partnerships: 185 2nd Trescothick, Nasser Hussain
    106 1st Sehwag, Ganguly
    121 6th Yuvraj, Kaif
    Best Bowling: 3/62 Zaheer Khan
    Maidens: Ind 1, Eng 1
    Run outs: 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
    Unique: India chased highest total to win a final, Two centuries by England

16. Ind def Eng by 8 wickets (Colombo RPS, 2002)

    Captains: Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND), MOM: Sehwag (104-ball 126 with 21 4s one six)
    Scores: Eng 269/7 (50 overs), Ind 271/2 (39.3 overs)
    100s/50s: 50 Nick Knight, 82 Blackwell, 126 Sehwag, 117* Ganguly
    4/6: Eng 19/3, Ind 34/4
    100+ Partnerships: 104 6th Blackwell, Stewart
    192 1st Sehwag, Ganguly
    Best Bowling: 2/49 Nehra, 2/58 Kumble
    Maidens: Ind 2, Eng 0
    Run outs: Eng 1, Ind 1
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
    Unique: 21 4s by Sehwag, India won with 63 balls remaining

17. Ind def Eng by 82 runs (Group Match at Durban, 2003)

    Captains:Nasser Hussain (ENG), Ganguly (IND), MOM: Nehra (6/23)
    Scores: Ind 250/9 (50 overs), Eng 168 (45.3 overs)
    100s/50s: 50 Tendulkar, 62 Dravid, 64 Flintoff
    4/6: Eng 14/3, Ind 24/3
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 6/23 Nehra
    Maidens: Ind 3, Eng 2
    Run outs: Eng 1, Ind 1
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dravid, Eng: Stewart
    Unique: 6 wickets by Ashish Nehra

18. Ind def Eng by 4 wickets (Group Match, Jaipur 2006)

    Captains: Flintoff (ENG), Dravid (IND), MOM: Munaf Patel (3/18)
    Scores: Eng 125 (37 overs), Ind 126/5 (29.3 overs)
    100s/50s: 0
    4/6: Eng 11/0, Ind 17/0
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 3/18 Munaf
    Maidens: Ind 6, Eng 1
    Run outs: Eng 1, Ind 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dravid, Eng: Chris Read
    Unique: England’s lowest score vs India, India’s biggest win with 123 balls remaining

19. Match Tied (Group Match at Bangalore, 2011)

    Captains: Andrew Strauss (ENG), Dhoni (IND), MOM: Strauss (158)
    Scores: Ind 338 (49.5 overs), Eng 338/8 (50 overs)
    100s/50s: 120 Tendulkar, 51 Gambhir, 58 Yuvraj, 158 Strauss, 69 Ian Bell
    4/6: Eng 29/5, Ind 35/7
    100+ Partnerships: 134 2nd Tendulkar, Gambhir
    170 3rd Strauss, Ian Bell
    Best Bowling: 5/48 Bresnan, 3/64 Zaheer
    Maidens: Ind 0, Eng 2
    Run outs: 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dhoni, Eng: Matt Prior
    Unique: Captain wins MOM, Highest score for a Tie in ODI, Only tie between these two, 18 4s by Strauss equals English record of Amiss, 5 6s by Tendulkar highest vs Eng by Indian in tournaments

20. India def Eng (D/L Method) by 5 runs (Final, Birmingham, 2013)

    Captains: Cook (ENG), Dhoni (IND), MOM: Ravindra Jadeja (25-ball 33*, 2/24)
    Scores: Ind 129/7 (20 overs), Eng 124/8 (20 overs)
    100s/50s: 0
    4/6: Eng 7/3, Ind 9/4
    100+ Partnerships: 0
    Best Bowling: 3/20 Ravi Bopara
    Maidens: Ind 1, Eng 1
    Run outs: Eng 1, Ind 1
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dhoni, Eng: Jos Bulter
    Unique: Dhoni becomes first captain to win all 3 ICC Trophy

21. Eng def India by 9 wickets (Brisbane, 2015)

    Captains: Morgan (ENG), Dhoni (IND), MOM: Finn (5/33)
    Scores: Ind 153 (39.3 overs), Eng 156/1 (27.3 overs)
    100s/50s: 88* Bell, 56* James Taylor
    4/6: Eng 13/0, Ind 7/3
    100+ Partnerships: 131* 2nd Ian Bell, James Taylor
    Best Bowling: 5/33 Finn, 4/18 Anderson
    Maidens: Ind 0, Eng 2
    Run outs: 0
    Wicketkeepers: Ind: Dhoni, Eng: Jos Bulter
    Unique: 135 balls remaining is England’s biggest win over India by balls, 5 dismissal by Butler

22. Eng def India by 3 wickets (Perth, 2015)

    Captains: Morgan (ENG), Dhoni (IND), MOM: James Taylor (82)
    Scores: Ind 200 (48.1 overs), Eng 201/7 (46.5 overs)
    100s/50s: 73 Rahane, 82 James Taylor, 67 Butler
    4/6: Eng 14/0, Ind 16/2
    100+ Partnerships: 125 6th James Taylor, Butler
    Best Bowling: 3/36 Finn, 3/33 Stuart Binny
    Maidens: Ind 2, Eng 3
    Run outs: 0
    Wicketkeepers: Dhoni, Eng: Jos Bulter
    Unique: England win both at Australlia
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