The second ODI of the three-match series between India and England will be held today (14 July) at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
After a 10-wicket win at the Kennington Oval, Rohit Sharma’s men will be eager to take an unassailable 2-0 lead at the Rhodes in the series.
The pitch at this venue also helps batsmen and bowlers. The Lord’s pitch report will be broadcast a few minutes before the game, but before that, there are some important stats you need to know from previous ODIs at the stadium.
Lord’s Cricket Ground ODI Statistics
Participated in ODI competitions: 67
The first team to bat wins the game: 31
Games won by the second-placed team: 33
Matching matches: 2
Matches with no results: 1
Highest team score: 334/4 – England v India, 1975
Minimum team score: 107 – South Africa v England, 2003
Personal highest score: 138* – Sir Viv Richards (Wisconsin) v England, 1979
Best Bowling Figures: 6/35 – Shaheen Shah Afridi (PAK) v Bangladesh, 2019
Average first-inning score: 237
Lord’s Cricket Ground last ODI match
England beat Pakistan by 52 points in the previous ODI at the venue. The game happened last year and the away team won the toss and chose to play first.
Phil Salt and Half a Century James Vince Helped England hit 247 points on the board.
Chasing 248 wins, Pakistan have lost all wickets in 195 matches. shat shaqr Hit 77 overs 56, but the rest of the batsmen didn’t make much of an impression as the Greens suffered 52 losses.
In that ODI game, a total of six sixes were broken. Twenty wickets were knocked down in two innings, 16 of which were speed bowlers.