India Tour of England 2018: Head-To-Head ODI Record of India vs England Matches Played in England
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Team India is on a roll at the moment; however, sterner tests for them lie ahead. After registering series’ victories against Ireland and England, the Indian cricket team under the leadership of Virat Kohli is on a high. However, with five One-Day Internationals (ODIs) lined-up, and five Test matches scheduled to be played after the ODI series, India would be looking forward to securing wins in them too, given the form they are in, currently.

On the other hand, the England team might have faltered to a 2-1 defeat in the recently concluded Twenty20 series against India, their ODI side was on a roll against the visiting Australian side only a couple of weeks back, after they defeated them 5-0.

India is set to play a full-fledged ODI series and Test series, which will start on July 12, at Trent Bridge, in Nottingham. It will be an intriguing watch to see how the young-Indian team, under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, fares in English conditions. As India is set to take on England in less than 24 hours, we take a look at the last three ODI series India played in England.

India in England, 2014: ODI Series’ Match Results

Sr. No Date Venue Brief Scores Results
1. August 25, 2014 County Ground, Bristol - Match Abandoned Due to Rain
2. August 27, 2014 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff India – 304/6; Suresh Raina: 100 (75)

England – 161; Alex Hales: 40 (63)

India Won by 133 Runs (D/L Method)
3. August 30, 2014 Trent Bridge, Nottingham England – 227; Alastair Cook: 44 (65)

India – 228/4; Ambati Rayudu: 64* (78)

India Won by 6 Wickets
4. September 2, 2014 Edgbaston, Birmingham England – 206; Moeen Ali: 67 (50)

India – 212/1; Ajinkya Rahane: 106 (100)

India Won by 9 Wickets
5. September 5, 2014 Headingley, Leeds England – 294/7; Joe Root: 113 (108)

India – 253; R Jadeja: 87 (68)

England Won by 41 Runs
(India Won the Series 3-1)

India in England, 2011: ODI Series’ Match Results

Sr. No Date Venue Brief Scores Results
1. September 3, 2011 Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street India – 274/7; Parthiv Patel: 95 (107)

England – 27/2; Jonathan Trott: 14* (14)

No Result Due to Heavy Rain
2. September 6, 2011 Rose Bowl, Southampton India – 187/8; Ajinkya Rahane: 54 (47)

England – 188/3; Alastair Cook: 80* (63)

England Won by 7 Wickets
3. September 9, 2011 The Oval, London India – 234/7; R Jadeja: 78* (89)

England – 218/7; Craig Kieswetter: 51 (46)

England Won by 3 Wickets (D/L Method)
4. September 11, 2011 Lord’s, London India – 280/5; Suresh Raina: 84 (111)

England – 270/8; Ravi Bopara: 96 (111)

Match Tied (D/L)
5. September 16, 2011 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff India – 304/6; Virat Kohli: 107* (93)

England – 241/4; Jonathan Trott: 63 (60)

England Won by 6 Wickets
(England Won the Series 3-0)

India in England, 2007: ODI Series’ Match Results

Sr. No Date Venue Brief Scores Results
1. August 21, 2007 Rose Bowl, Southampton England – 288/2; Ian Bell: 126* (118)

India – 184; Rahul Dravid: 46 (72)

England Won by 104 Runs
2. August 24, 2007 County Ground, Bristol India – 329/7; Sachin Tendulkar: 99 (112)

England – 320/8; Ian Bell: 64 (96)

India Won by 9 Runs
3. August 27, 2007 Edgbaston, Birmingham England – 281/8; Ian Bell: 79 (89)

India – 239; Sourav Ganguly: 72 (104)

England Won by 42 Runs
4. August 30, 2007 Old Trafford, Manchester India – 212; Yuvraj Singh: 71 (104)

England – 213/7; Paul Collingwood: 47 (55)

England Won by 3 Wickets
5. September 2, 2007 Headingley, Leeds India – 324/6; Yuvraj Singh: 72* (57)

England – 242/8; Paul Collingwood: 91* (71)

India Won by 38 Runs
6. September 5, 2007 The Oval, London England – 316/6; Owais Shah: 107* (95)

India –317/8; Sachin Tendulkar: 94 (81)

India Won by 2 Wickets
7. September 8, 2007 Lord’s, London India – 187; MS Dhoni: 50 (57)

England – 188/3; Kevin Pietersen: 71* (96)

England Won by 7 Wickets
(England Won the Series 4-3)

India has had bitter-sweet outings in ODI matches in England in the last decade. The Indian players have struggled to adapt to foreign conditions over the years. However, this time around, the Indian team would be fancying their chances, given the fact that the Indian squad looks comparatively stronger than the sides that toured England previously. And with a victory in both the series concluded recently, the confidence-levels amongst the team members is sky-high.

Captain Virat Kohli would be facing selection dilemmas as all the players are in form, currently. It will tough for him to pick the first-choice XI players for the playing XI. However, with the presence of MS Dhoni in the line-up, the former Indian captain would be looking forward to setting things in order, when the chips are down!