India are dictating terms in the limited-overs series in England. First, they won the T20I series 2-1 against England. Now, they defeated England comprehensively in the first ODI by 8 wickets. India are on the brink of a memorable ODI series win in England if they beat Eoin Morgan and his men in the second ODI to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the series. Also, few England and Indian players are on the brink of personal milestones. Have a look at the records that can be created or broken in the second ODI between England and India.
England vs India: Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni on brink of 10,000 ODI runs
5 If India win this series, it will be their fifth bilateral consecutive ODI series win over England. England have last beaten India in bilateral ODI series in 2011.
99 MS Dhoni needs 99 runs to become the leading run-getter for India against England in ODIs. He is third in the list of run-getters for India against England in ODIs. He is behind Yuvraj Singh and Sachin Tendulkar in the list.
33 MS Dhoni is 33 runs short of becoming another Indian cricketer to cross 10,000 runs in ODIs. He currently has 9967 runs @ 51.37 in 318 ODIs for India.
337 Virat Kohli requires another 337 runs to score 10,000 runs in ODIs. He has scored 9663 runs @ 58.21 in 209 ODIs.
4 Virat Kohli needs 4 runs to total 1000 runs in ODIs against England. He has scored 996 runs in 27 ODIs.
413 Joe Root of England needs 413 runs to total 5000 runs in ODIs. He has currently 4587 in 114 ODIs.
2 MS Dhoni needs 2 catches in ODIs to complete 300 catches as a keeper. He has taken 298 catches so far.
6 Jos Buttler needs 6 catches to scalp 150 catches in ODIs. He currently has 144 catches.
4-1 England have won 4 bilateral ODI series out of last five. They lost the only one-off ODI against Scotland in 2018.