India and South Africa will meet in the virtual quarter-final at The Oval on Sunday    Getty Images
India and South Africa will meet in the virtual quarter-final at The Oval on Sunday Getty Images

3 encounters between India and South Africa in Champions Trophy history, in 2000, 2002 and 2013. All of them won by India. The last time they faced was in 2013. India won the match by 26 runs at Cardiff. Their next clash will take place at The Oval.

4 wins for India at The Oval in ODIs and 8 defeats. South Africa have won only 3 out of 8 matches at this venue and lost 5. However, this will be the first clash between both these teams at this venue.

1.8 win-loss ratio of South Africa in ODIs since 2015 World Cup (27 wins, 15 defeats), 3rd-best by any team. India stand at 7th spot with 1.23 (16 wins, 13 defeats).

3 out of 6 ODIs won by chasing side at The Oval since 2015 World Cup, while 2 won by batting first.

332 average total at The Oval since 2015 World Cup for side chasing side. For sides batting first the corresponding number is 316.

7 times South Africa have been all out in ODIs since 2015 World Cup, more than India s 6. All 13 instances have ended in defeats.

6.19 India s economy rate in middle overs (25-40 overs) in the last 5 ODIs, way more than South Africa s 5.79. Going by the scoring rate, India are better in this department as with 6.75. South Africa have 6.09.

32 runs needed for Shikhar Dhawan to touch the 1,000-run mark in ICC ODI tournaments, while Virat Kohli needs 61 to touch the landmark. Whosoever reaches there first will become the 6th Indian to do so after Sachin Tendulkar (2,719), Sourav Ganguly (1,671), Rahul Dravid (1,487), Virender Sehwag (1,232) and Yuvraj Singh (1,069).

5 wickets needed for Ravichandran Ashwin to complete 150 wickets in ODIs. He will become the 13th Indian bowler and 4th Indian spinner to do so, after Anil Kumble (334), Harbhajan Singh (265) and Ravindra Jadeja (151). Tendulkar also has 154 wickets with his mixed bag of seam and spin.

1 more win under AB de Villiers captaincy will make him the 3rd-most successful captain for his team in ODIs. He will go past Shaun Pollock s tally of 59 and will be behind only Hansie Cronje (99) and Graeme Smith (92).

6 wickets needed for Wayne Parnell to complete 100 wickets in ODIs. He will become the 12th South Africa bowler and 1st South African left-arm bowler to do so.