India vs Australia, 2nd ODI: India defeated Australia (India vs Australia) by eight runs in the second ODI on Tuesday (March 5th) at the Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) Stadium, with their 500th win in ODI cricket. Has entered According to Cricinfo, India has played 963 matches in one-day cricket so far, out of which it has won 500 matches and lost 414 matches.

Two-time world champion India (1983 and 2011) has 49 wins in 133 matches against Australia and 74 defeats. At the same time, against West Indies, he has won 59 of 126 matches and has lost 62.

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The team has 54 wins in 131 matches against Pakistan, and 73 are losers. Against England, he won 53 of the 99 matches and lost 41. India have won 29 out of 35 matches and five losses against Bangladesh.

India has won all three matches against Ireland He has played 158 matches against Sri Lanka, in which he has won 90 and lost 56. He has won one of two matches against Afghanistan.

The Indian team has won against South Africa in 34 out of 83 matches, while in 46 it has been beaten. Right now, against New Zealand, he has won 55 of the 106 matches and lost 45.

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Against Zimbabwe, India have so far won 51 out of 63 matches and lost 10. India has won all three matches against United Arab Emirates. India has won two out of two against the Netherlands, two out of two against Hong Kong, 11 out of 13 against Kenya and one in Scotland against each other.

Know what country has won, how many ODIs
Australia – 1971-2019 – 924 (match) – 558 (won) – 323 (lost)
India – 1974-2019 – 963 (match) – 500 (won) – 414 (lost)
Pakistan- 1973-2019 – 907 (match) – 479 (won) – 401 (losers)
West Indies – 1973-2019 – 793 (match) – 390 (won) – 365 (losers)
South Africa – 1991-2019 – 606 (match) – 374 (won) – 210 (lost)
England – 1971-2019 – 726 (match) – 362 (won) – 330 (lost)
New Zealand – 1973-2019 – 758 (match) – 342 (wins) – 370 (losers)

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