This will be 5th clash between England and Australia in Champions Trophy history    Getty Images
This will be 5th clash between England and Australia in Champions Trophy history Getty Images

4 encounters between England and Australia in Champions Trophy history. Both have won twice each against each other. The last time they faced in 2013 edition, in which England won by 48 runs at Edgbaston. Their next clash will take place at the same venue.

21 wins for England at Edgbaston in ODIs out of 37 (3 of which have not produced a result). Australia have won only 4 out of 14 matches at this venue, lost 5, and tied 1 (surprisingly, 4 matches have been no-result). Moreover, Australia s both the defeats against England in Champions Trophy history came at the same venue in 2004 and 2013.

2.071 win-loss ratio of England in ODIs since 2015 World Cup, most by any team. Australia stands at 4th spot with 1.562. England have won 29 matches and lost 14 while Australia won 25 and lost 16.

41 no-balls delivered by England since 2015 World Cup, the most by any team, followed by Australia at second spot with 28. Moreover, England have conceded 536 extras since then, 2nd-most by any team, while Australia have given away 479.

2 wins each for side batting first and second at Edgbaston since 2015 World Cup. Even before the World Cup the count read 23-22 in favour of chasing sides.

307 average total at Edgbaston since 2015 World Cup for side batting first. For sides batting second the corresponding number is 293.

11 times Australia have been all out in ODIs since 2015 World Cup, more than England s 10. Interestingly, England have won 2 ODIs out of 10 of these but Australia won none.

6.36 England s economy rate in middle overs (25-40 overs) in the last 5 ODIs, way more than Australia s 5.77. Going by scoring rate, Australia are better in this department as well with 6.51. England has 6.03.

14 runs needed for Eoin Morgan to go past Andrew Strauss tally of 2,367 runs as England ODI captain. He will reach the 2nd spot on the list of English captains, after Alastair Cook (2,502).

92 runs required for Morgan to reach 5,000 runs for England in ODIs. He will become the 3rd England player to reach the landmark, after Ian Bell and Paul Collingwood.

43 runs required for Glenn Maxwell to reach 2,000 runs for Australia in ODIs. He will become the 26th Australian to reach the landmark.

6 runs needed for Alex Hales to reach 1,000 runs for England at home in ODIs. He will become the 18th England batsman to reach the landmark.

3 wickets needed for Moeen Ali to complete 50 wickets in ODIs, while Ben Stokes requires 1 to reach the same landmark. Whosoever gets there first will become the 26th player for England to do so and will also become the 3rd player to achieve the double of 1,000 runs-50 wickets after Ian Botham, Andrew Flintoff and Collingwood.