The second ODI of the three-match series between India and England takes place today (July 14) at Heer’s cricket ground.
After a 10 wicket win over Kennington Oval, Rohit Sharma’s men will be eager to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series with a win over Lord’s.
The field at this location has assisted the batters and bowlers right away. The Heer pitch report will be broadcast a few minutes before the match starts, but before that, here are some key numbers you should know from previous ODIs played at this stadium.
Lord’s cricket ground ODI stats
ODI matches played: 67
Matches won by teams batting first: 31
Matches won by teams batting second: 33
Matches tied: 2
Matches without result: 1
Highest team score: 334/4 – England vs. India, 1975
Lowest team score: 107 – South Africa vs. England, 2003
Highest individual score: 138* – Sir Viv Richards (WI) vs. England, 1979
Best Bowling Grades: 6/35 – Shaheen Shah Afridi (PAK) vs. Bangladesh, 2019
Average 1st innings score: 237
Lord’s cricket ground last ODI match
In the previous ODI at this location, England defeated Pakistan by 52 runs. The game took place last year, where the visitors won the toss and chose to field first.
Half-centuries of Phil Salt and James Vince helped the England team put a total of 247 runs on the board.
Pakistan chased 248 for a win and lost all their wickets for 195 runs. Saud Shakeel scored a 77-ball 56, but the rest of the batters were unable to impress as the Men in Green suffered a 52-run loss.
In that ODI match, a total of six sixes were crushed. 20 wickets fell in two innings, with the speed bowlers sinking 16.
Edited by Arjun Panchadar