Virat Kohli © AFP
Virat Kohli © AFP

49 wins for India against New Zealand till date. If they win at Mumbai they will register 50 ODI wins against six countries — Sri Lanka (88), West Indies (56), England (52), Pakistan (52), and Zimbabwe (51). On the other hand, New Zealand have won 43 ODIs against India — their second-most against any country, after Sri Lanka (45).

1 team against whom New Zealand have played more ODIs than India — Australia. New Zealand have played 136 ODIs against Australia and 98 against each of India and Pakistan

1.43 win-loss ratio for India at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (10 wins, 7 defeats). The two teams have never played each other at the ground.

200 ODIs for Virat Kohli. He will become the 13th Indian and 72nd overall to the milestone. For numbers related to Kohli’s 200th ODI, click here.

103 runs needed by Kane Williamson to go past Craig McMillan (4,707). In the process he will also surpass Martin Crowe (4,704). Williamson will become 7th on the all-time list of run-scorers for New Zealand. Teammates Ross Taylor (6,486) and Martin Guptill (5,500) occupy 3rd and 5th spots respectively.

1 bowler for either team to have taken 100 ODI wickets — Tim Southee (160). Trent Boult has 90 wickets. Among Indians, Bhuvneshwar Kumar (80) has most.

6 wickets needed by Mitchell Santner to reach 50 ODI wickets. He will become the 29th New Zealand bowler to reach the landmark.

4 wickets needed by Jasprit Bumrah to reach 50 ODI wickets. He will become the 45th Indian bowler to reach the landmark.

6 wickets needed by Akshar Patel to reach 50 ODI wickets. He will become the 45th Indian bowler to reach the landmark.

5 catches needed by Williamson to reach 50 ODI catches. He will become the 12th New Zealand outfielder to reach the landmark. Teammates Taylor (119) and Guptill (68) are second and seventh respectively.

3 catches needed by Ajinkya Rahane to reach 50 ODI catches. He will become the 17th Indian outfielder to reach the landmark. Teammates Kohli (93) and Rohit Sharma (56) are joint sixth and 13th respectively.