Leeds is the venue where in 1974 India started its first ever ODI series (vs England) in its Cricket history. They duly lost then but only by 4 wickets. India’s 10 wickets win here is the biggest by any team on the ground, while the highest score of the ground is also jointly held by India. Overall in 8 appearances here India has registered 3 wins and 5 losses. Check the Indian record in their last 8 ODIs at Leeds.
Indian Results so far in ODIs at Headingley, Leeds
- 1974 Bilateral Series: India lost to England by 4 wickets.
1975 World Cup: Defeated East Africa by 10 wickets
1979 World Cup: Lost to New Zealand by 8 wickets
1982 Bilateral Series: India lost to England by 9 wickets
1990 Bilateral Series: India defeated England by 6 wickets
1996 Bilateral Series: India lost to England by 6 wickets
2007 Bilateral Series: India defeated England by 38 runs
2014 Bilateral Series: India lost to England by 41 runs
Among the 14 centuries scored at Leeds, India was involved in one of them as opposition.
113 by Joe Roor 91* (2014) is the highest score on this ground when India played.
87 by Jadeja (2014) is the highest individual score by an Indian here.
Among the three 300 scores, India, Sri Lanka and England have scored one each. England lost to Sri Lanka by 23 runs despite scoring 300+ in 2006.
324/6 by India vs England in 2007 is joint highest with 324/2 by Sri Lanka vs England.
120/0 (1974 vs East Africa), 265 (1974), 233/4 (1990), 193 (1982), 182 (1979 vs New Zealand), 253 (2014 vs England)
While the ground has seen 6 instances of 5+ wicket spell, India has not been involved in any of them.
4/56 by Botham (1982) is the best when India played.
3/15 by Madan Lal (1975 vs East Africa) is the best by an Indian here.