Prithvi Shaw-led India are one step away from glory    Getty Images
Prithvi Shaw-led India are one step away from glory Getty Images

3 Under-19 World Cup titles for both India (2000, 2008, and 2012) and Australia (1988, 2002, and 2010), the most. The other teams to win the Under-19 World Cup are Pakistan (2004 and 2006), England (2002), South Africa (2014), and West Indies (2016).

3 instances of a side winning every single match in an edition of the World Cup Australia (8 in 2002), India (6 in 2008), and South Africa (6 in 2014). India have won all 5 matches here, and can become the first side to achieve this twice.

7 consecutive wins for India Under-19 against their Australian counterparts. They also have a win-loss ratio of 1.428 (20 wins, 14 defeats).

2 four-wicket hauls for Anukul Roy in Under-19 World Cups. If he takes 4 wickets in the final he will hold the joint-most record for most four-wicket hauls, along with Riaz Afridi (Pakistan), Enamul Haque Jr (Bangladesh), Mluleki Nkala (Zimbabwe), and Lakpa Lama (Nepal).

6 catches by Jason Sangha in the ongoing tournament, the 3rd-most by an Australian in a single edition. The top two Alex Gregory (8 in 1998) and Michael Hill (7 in 2008) are well within reach. The world record is held by Nasser Hussain (9 in 1988).

111 most runs in matches between the two teams in Under-19 World Cups, by Unmukt Chand. Several players are within 50 runs of that Prithvi Shaw (94), Manjot Kalra (86), Jack Edwards (73), and Shubman Gill (63).

4 most wickets in matches between the two teams in Under-19 World Cups, by Brian McFadyen, Sandeep Sharma, and Edwards. Kamlesh Nagarkoti and Shivam Mavi have 3 wickets each.

2 people have played twice in the clashes between these teams in Under-19 World Cups Mohammad Kaif and Reetinder Singh Sodhi. A lot of players are likely to equal that.

0 boys have led twice in India-Australia matches in Under-19 World Cup. Shaw and Sangha are set to become the first two.