ICC World Cup 2019, IND Vs ENG: Indian Cricketers On Cusp On Attaining Key Landmarks
Here are some of the key milestones which can be achieved by Indian players in the World Cup clash against England:
A lot is at stake in the high octane clash as a win for the Men in Blue will guarentee them a place in the semis. Meanwhile, England need an outright win against India to keep their hopes of making it to the semis.
Here are some of the key milestones which can be achieved by Indian players in the World Cup clash against England
MS Dhoni (1,504 runs) needs 20 runs more runs to become the leading ODI run-scorer for India against England. Yuvraj Singh is currently India's leading runs scorer (1,523 runs) against England in ODIs.
MS Dhoni (2,957 runs) needs 43 runs to complete 3,000 international runs against England. Only Sachin Tendulkar (3,990 runs) and Virat Kohli (3,028 runs) achieved this feat for India.
MS Dhoni (seven stumpings) is one stumping away to become second most succesful wicket-keeper in Cricket World Cup history. Dhoni is currently tied with Adam Gilchrist (Australia), Moin Khan (Pakistan) and Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh), who have also made seven stumpings in CWC history. Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) leads the list with 13 CWC stumpings.
Indian leg spinner Kuldeep Yadav will play his 50th ODI if he plays against England in India's World Cup clash at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
Indian allrounder Hardik Pandya (49 wickets) is one wicket away from taking 50 wickets in his one day international career.
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