What is Tim Southee’s record in the One-Day Internationals versus India?

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What is Tim Southee's record in the One-Day Internationals versus India?
Tim Southee, the speedster for New Zealand, has made his ODI team comeback after recovering from a thumb injury.
But in three ICC Cricket World Cup matches for the Black Caps, he has only claimed four wickets.
Southee is now anticipated to play against India, a team he performs well against.
In one-day international cricket versus India, he is New Zealand’s top wicket-taker.


The majority of NZ’s ODI wickets versus India
As was already established, Southee leads New Zealand  wickets taken in the 50-over format versus India.
In this aspect, the right-arm seamer has 35 scalps from 24 ODIs at 36.48. His 6.15 economy rate is on the higher end, though.
There are two four-wicket hauls in the total.
In terms of ODI wickets for New Zealand against India, Kyle Mills (32) is Southee’s closest competitor.


With over 30 ODI wickets against India, only bowlers from New Zealand
It’s important to note that in ODI cricket, Southee and Mills are the only New Zealand bowlers with over 30 wickets against India. Trent Boult is the next active cricket player after Mills, having taken 25 wickets in the format against India.


Southee’s 2023 World Cup stats
As previously mentioned, Southee has only appeared in three World Cup 2023 games for New Zealand. His current bowling statistics are as follows: 1/52 against South Africa in Pune; 1/27 against Pakistan in Bengaluru; and 2/77 against SL at Bengaluru.


Can Southee put an end to a fuming Rohit Sharma?
outhee is expected to play for New Zealand in Mumbai in a pivotal WC 2023 semi-final matchup against India.

He’ll put to the test against one of the most potent Indian batting lineups in the competition.
Notably, Southee has five wickets in the format against Indian captain Rohit Sharma. The latter blows against Southee at 69.79.
But Rohit has a strike percentage of 121.49 in WC 2023.


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