Here are all of the ODI facts and figures between Australia and India ahead of their World Cup semi-final battle in Sydney on Thursday.
1) The two teams have played each other in 117 ODIs. Australia have won 67 times, India have won 40, while 10 have been declared no results.
2) Australia have scored 300 runs or more in an innings 16 times, compared to India’s 10. The highest was 383-6 posted by Australia in Bangalore in November 2013.
3) Between them the sides passed 300 on nine occasions in that seven match series in 2013 which India won 3-2, with both sides passing the mark in four different matches.
3) Australia’s lowest score in a completed match was 101, in Perth in 1991.
4) India’s lowest score in a completed match was 63, in Sydney in 1981.
5) There have been 31 ODI hundreds scored by Australian batsmen against India. George Bailey’s 159 in Nagpur in October 2013 is the highest.
6) There have been 32 ODI hundreds scored by Indian batsmen against Australia.
7) Rohit Sharma is the only player to have scored a double century between the sides, when he achieved 209 off 158 balls in Bangalore in November 2013. It was the third ODI double century in history, and the second highest score ever at the time.
8) Nine Australian bowlers have taken 5 wickets or more in an innings against India. The best figures were achieved by Ken MacLeay when he took 6-39 in Nottingham in 1983. Brett Lee has taken no less than four 5 wicket hauls against India.
9) Five Indian bowlers have taken a five-for against Australia. The best figures were achieved by Murali Kartik when he took 6-27 in Mumbai in 2007.
MOST RUNS BETWEEN THE TWO SIDES
3077 Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)
2164 Ricky Ponting (Aus)
1622 Adam Gilchrist (Aus)
1450 Matthew Hayden (Aus)
1212 David Boon (Aus)
1117 Steve Waugh (Aus)
1104 MS Dhoni (Ind), Allan Border (Aus)
1081 Michael Bevan (Aus)
1067 Andrew Symonds (Aus)
55 Brett Lee (Aus)
45 Kapil Dev (Ind)
43 Steve Waugh (Aus)
41 Mitchell Johnson (Aus)
36 Ajit Agarkar (Ind)
34 Glenn McGrath (Aus)
33 Javagal Srinath (Ind)
32 Harbhajan Singh (Ind)
31 Irfan Pathan, Anil Kumble (Ind)
MOST WICKETKEEPER DISMISSALS/CATCHES BY FIELDERS
79 Adam Gilchrist (Aus)
44 MS Dhoni (Ind)
31 Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)
19 Ian Healy (Aus)
18 Mohammad Azharuddin, Nayan Mongia (Ind), Ricky Ponting (Aus)
17 Allan Border (Aus)
16 Rahul Dravid, Kapil Dev (Ind), Steve Waugh (Aus)
PLAYED IN MOST MATCHES
71 Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)
59 Ricky Ponting (Aus)
53 Steve Waugh (Aus)
46 Adam Gilchrist (Aus)
43 Mohammad Azharuddin (Ind)
41 Kapil Dev, Yuvraj Singh (Ind)
40 Rahul Dravid (Ind)
38 Allan Border (Aus)
37 MS Dhoni (Ind)
234 Ricky Ponting and Damien Martyn (Johannesburg, 2003)
219 Matthew Hayden and Ricky Ponting (Visakhapatnam, 2001)
213 VVS Laxman and Yuvraj Singh (Sydney, 2004)
212 Geoff Marsh and David Boon (Jaipur, 1986)
199 Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman (Indore, 2001)
190 Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman (Gwalior, 2003)
186* Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli (Jaipur, 2013)
178 Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan (Nagpur, 2013)
176 Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan (Jaipur, 2013)
175 Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar (Kanpur, 1998)