India’s home ODI record
Australia and West Indies are the two visiting teams against whom India have an inferior head to head record at home. India have been dominant at home against New Zealand and Sri Lanka, while their home record in ODIs against South Africa is decent. India have won 58.58 per cent of their home ODIs and lost 38.03 of them. They have been involved in two ties and nine matches have failed to produce a result.
India’s away ODI record
India have never been a good travelling side and the numbers above reflect their struggles away from home. They have won only 22.91 per cent of their matches in Australia, while their ODI record in England (39.47 win per cent), New Zealand (29.41 win per cent) and West Indies (38.88 win per cent) is only slightly better. They have a better head to head record against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in their own backyards, while the record against Pakistan in Pakistan isn’t bad.
Overall, India have won 42.68 of their ODI matches away from home and lost 50.60 per cent of them.
India’s ODI record at neutral venues
Pakistan are the team who have played against India the most at neutral venues and they also have a superior head to head record against their arch-rival, winning an impressive 55.55 per cent of the matches. Australia are the only other team who have a superior win record against India at neutral venues, though they have played against India at neutral venues only 24 times compared to the 72 meetings between India and Pakistan.
Overall, India’s win percentage in ODIs at neutral venues is 53.33, with their losing 41.75 per cent of their neutral ODIs.
India’s overall ODI record
India have won 51.43 per cent of their ODIs and lost 43.55 per cent of them. They have been involved in seven tied one-dayers, while 40 matches have failed to produce a result.
Glossary: NR-No Result, AFG-Afghanistan, Aus-Australia, Ban-Bangladesh, Ber-Bermuda, Eng-England, HKG-Hong Kong, IRE-Ireland, NAM-Namibia, NZ-New Zealand, NED-Netherlands, PAK-Pakistan, SA-South Africa, SL-Sri Lanka, UAE-United Arab Emirates, WI-West Indies, ZIM-Zimbabwe