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Stats Preview: India vs Sri Lanka T20I battles

India have already won their two matches in Asia Cup on the contrary side Sri Lanka lost their last game against Bangladesh in addition to that their captain and their trumpcard Lasith Malinga is also injured when they will take on India today in Asia Cup’s 7th match which will be played at Dhaka. We have seen many good contests between India and Sri Lanka in recent past in T20Is but do you know which player from India has scored more runs against Sri Lanka or which player from Sri Lanka has taken more wickets against India. Here we have presented stats preview ahead of today’s contest between India and Sri Lanka.

Result summary:

Total matches – 9

India (won) – 5

Sri Lanka (won) – 4

Most Runs

Country Player name Matches Runs
India Suresh Raina 9 212
Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara 4 235

 

Most Wickets

Country Player name Matches Wickets
India Ravichandran Ashwin 5 11
Sri Lanka Dushmantha Chameera  3 5

 

Most Sixes

Country Player name Matches Sixes
India Yuvraj Singh 8 8
Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara 4 8

 

Most Fours

Country Player name Matches Fours
India Suresh Raina 9 24
Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara 4 27

 

Most Catches

Country Player name Matches Catches
India Suresh Raina 9 5
Sri Lanka Dushmantha Chameera  3 4

 

Most Dismissals (Wicket-keeper)

Country Player name Innings Dismissals
India MS Dhoni 9 8
Sri Lanka TM Dilshan 1 1
  D Chandimal 2 1
  N Dickwella 2 1
  K Sangakkara 4 1

 

Highest Partnership (by runs)

Country Partner-1 Partner-2 Runs Venue Date
Sri Lanka S Jayasuriya K Sangakkara 81 Mohali December 12, 2009
India MS Dhoni Yuvraj Singh 80 Mohali December 12, 2009

 

Other stats:

Most Ducks (from both the teams): TM Dilshan – 2 (8 matches)

Most fifties (from both the teams): Kumar Sangakkara – 3 (4 matches)

Highest strike rate (from both the teams – minimum 92 runs scored):  178.43 – Kumar Sangakkara (235 runs from 4 matches)

Highest Average (from both the teams): 78.22 – Kumar Sangakkara (235 runs from 4 matches)