ICC ODI World Cup 2023: Australia vs. Pakistan Head-To-Head Records & Stats In ODIs. Australia and Pakistan’s head-to-head ODI statistics and records are up for discussion as they prepare to face off in the 18th Match of ODI World Cup 2023 on 20th October. This epic showdown between two of the world’s top-ranked teams will take place at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.
In the ODI WC 2023, Australia played in three matches, securing victory in the previous match and facing two losses in their first two matches. However, they currently hold 7th place on the points table with a total of 2 points. Meanwhile, Pakistan has also played three matches, winning 2 and suffering 1 loss against India. Pakistan is positioned in the 4th rank on the points table with 4 points.
During Australia’s tour of Pakistan in 2022, Pakistan registered an amazing 9-wicket win against Australia. In the first innings, Australia batted and set a total of 210 runs on the scoreboard. Regardless, Pakistan successfully chased down the total and emerged as the victors in this match. Pakistan won this ODI series by 2-1 to Australia.
Australia vs. Pakistan Head-To-Head Records and Stats In ODI
Total Matches: 107
Australia Won: 69
Pakistan Won: 34
Match Tied: 1
No Result: 3
Highest Individual Score: 179 Runs (David Warner)
Most Centuries: 3 Century (Babar Azam)
Highest Average: 56.73 (Michael Bevan)
Most Sixes: 27 Sixes (Shahid Afridi)
Most Wickets: 67 Wickets (Wasim Akram)
Australia vs. Pakistan Head-To-Head Records In ODI World Cup
Total Matches: 10
Australia won: 6
Pakistan won: 4
No Result: 0
Highest Total: 310 Runs by Australia
Lowest Total: 132 Runs by Pakistan
Australia Full Squad ODI World Cup 2023
Pat Cummins (Captain), Steve Smith, Marcus Stoinis, Josh Inglis, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Marnus Labuschagne, Sean Abbott, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Alex Carey, Mitch Marsh, and Adam Zampa.
Pakistan Full Squad ODI World Cup 2023
Babar Azam (captain), Mohammad Nawaz, Salman Ali Agha, Shadab Khan, Iftikhar Ahmed, Saud Shakeel, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Wasim, Shaheen Afridi, Usama Mir, Fakhar Zaman, Abdullah Shafique, Haris Rauf, Imam-ul-Haq, and Hasan Ali.