Bangladesh vs India: A statistical review of fixture’s ODI history

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Bangladesh are yet to win a series against India.

After a disappointing rain affected drawn Test in Fatullah, India and hosts Bangladesh now switch their attention towards the three-match ODI series, starting Thursday.

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The next two games will be played at the same Shere Bangla National Stadium venue at Mirpur in Dhaka, on 21st and 24th of June respectively.

The two teams have so far met each other in 29 ODIs since their first encounter at the 1988 Asia Cup.

India has so far dominated the head-to-head exchanges, winning 25 of the previous encounters.

This is only the fourth bilateral series played between the two sides, all of which have been played in Bangladesh and won comfortably by the visitors.

Having relinquished test captaincy duties, MS Dhoni returns at the helm of a young Indian side and will be hoping for another whitewash over an ever improving Bangladeshi outfit.

Here, cricket statistician Mohandas Menon casts his eye over the full head-to-head records that have defined this fixture over the course of its history.

Match results          
Venue Mts Ban Ind Nr Period
In Bangladesh 19 2 16 1 1988-2014
In India 3 0 3 0 1990-1998
Neutral 7 1 6 0 1995-2015
Total 29 3 25 1 1988-2015

Result summary in bilateral series

Month, Year Mts Ban Ind NR Series won
Dec 2004 3 1 2 0 India
May 2007 2 0 2 0 India
June 2014 3 0 1 1 India
Total 8 1 5 1  

Series summary: Played 3 – Bangladesh 0-3 India
Note: The teams have played bilateral series only in Bangladesh

Highest team totals        
Bangladesh        
296-6 50 ov at Mirpur 7-1-2010 (Lost)
293-5 49.2 ov at Mirpur 16-3-2012 (Won)
283-6 50 ov at Karachi 28-6-2008 (Lost)
India        
370-4 50 ov at Mirpur 19-2-2011 (Won)
348-5 50 ov at Dhaka 27-12-2004 (Won)
302-6 50 ov at Melbourne 19-3-2015 (Won)
Lowest team totals        
Bangladesh        
58-10 17.4 ov at Mirpur 17-6-2014 (Lost)
76-10 27.3 ov at Dhaka 11-4-2003 (Lost)
99-8 45 ov at Chittagong MA 22-10-1988 (Lost)
India        
105-10 25.3 ov at Mirpur 17-6-2014 (Won)
191-10 49.3 ov at Port of Spain 17-3-2007 (Lost)
214-10 47.5 ov at Dhaka 26-12-2004 (Lost)
Total individual 100s  
Overall 15 (2- Bangladesh, 13- India)
In Bangladesh 11 (1- Bangladesh, 10- India)
Highest individual scores        
Bangladesh        
117 Mushfiqur Rahim at Fatullah 26-2-2014 (Lost)
115 Alok Kapali at Karachi 28-6-2008 (Lost)
89 Raqibul Hasan at Mirpur 12-6-2008 (Lost)
India        
175 Virender Sehwag at Mirpur 19-2-2011 (Won)
137 Rohit Sharma at Melbourne 19-3-2015 (Won)
136 Virat Kohli at Fatullah 26-2-2014 (Won)
Leading run-scorers        
Bangladesh Matches Innings Average Strike-rate
448 – Mushfiqur Rahim 15 14 40.73 77.11
426 – Tamim Iqbal 14 13 32.77 85.54
370 – Shakib Al Hasan 12 11 33.64 82.59
Most in Bangladesh: 313 runs – Mushfiqur Rahim 11 10 39.13 91.79
India        
592 – Gautam Gambhir 11 11 59.20 90.80
509 – Virat Kohli 7 7 101.80 99.03
503 – Virender Sehwag 12 12 41.92 124.20
Most in Bangladesh: 495 runs – Virat Kohli 5 5 165.00 S/r 102.27
Most individual 100s    
Bangladesh 1 Alok Kapali & Mushfiqur Rahim
India 3 Virat Kohli
Best bowling in an innings        
Bangladesh        
5/28 Taskin Ahmed at Mirpur 17-6-2014 (Lost)
4/38 Mashrafe Mortaza at Port of Spain 17-3-2007 (Won)
3/27 Shakib Al Hasan at Mirpur 19-6-2014 (No result)
India        
6/4 Stuart Binny at Mirpur 17-6-2014 (Won)
5/23 Javagal Srinath at Dhaka 10-1-1998 (Won)
4/6 Virender Sehwag at Dambulla 16-6-2010 (Won)
Leading wicket-takers    
Bangladesh    
18 Mohd Rafique in 14 mts, ave 32.50, R/o 4.72
16 Mashrafe Mortaza in 13 mts, ave 34.88, R/o 4.97
14 Shakib Al Hasan in 12 mts, ave 37.36, R/o 5.14

Most in Bangladesh: 11 wickets by Mohd Rafique in 9 mts, ave 40.82, R/o 5.28 & Shakib Al Hasan in 9 mts, ave 33.82, R/o 5.18  

India    
16 Ajit Agarkar in 8 mts, ave 17.94, R/o 4.04
12 Zaheer Khan in 9 mts,ave 27.17, R/o 4.98
12 Sachin Tendulkar in 12 mts, ave 14.58, R/o 4.55

Most in Bangladesh: 13 wickets by Ajit Agarkar in 6 mts, ave 15.77, R/o 3.87

Overall ODI record            
Bangladesh            
Venue Mts Won Lost Tie Nr %win
Home 143 54 87 0 2 37.76
Away 160 37 121 0 2 23.13
Total 303 91 208 0 4 30.03
India            
Venue Mts Won Lost Tie Nr %win
Home 302 176 115 2 9 58.28
Away 578 268 275 5 30 46.37
Total 880 444 390 7 39 50.45

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Since the armed attack on the Sri Lankan team in 2009, the PCB have been playing ‘home’ series’ in the UAE.

The safe completion of the Zimbabwe series had raised hopes that international cricket would soon make a regular return to Pakistan but the inaugural edition of the high profile T20 league would have suffered in the sub-continent country had it been played there.

“We’re going ahead with the T20 league project in UAE because of the financial reasons and gains from it as top players of the world will not come to play in Pakistan,” Shaharyar said.

“The experts we’ve engaged for the product has told us that it is important to host it in UAE to attract the best players because that would ultimately increase the hype and quality of the competition from brands point of view. The best players would attract top sponsors and broadcasters.”

Shaharyar added that the board were not interested in going ahead with the project in Pakistan with the participation of second and third grade players as it was important for those cricketers to share the same dressing room as the world’s best players and coaches.

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