- Eight of the last completed 10 One Day Internationals between these teams have been won by the chasing team.
- However, the most recent clash, at Dhaka in June 2014, saw India successfully defend a total of 105, bowling Bangladesh out for 58.
- Kohli has reached 50 in five of his six innings against Bangladesh (three of which have been converted into centuries), averaging 126.5 with a strike rate of exactly 100.
- That average of 126.5 is the highest any player holds against an opponent, minimum 500 runs scored.
- All six of the ODIs between these teams at neutral venues have been won by the team that batted second.
- India have won five of these contests, Bangladesh’s victory coming at the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup – the only World Cup meeting (Edit: apart from the opening game in the 2011 CWC).
- Since falling for a first ball duck in his first World Cup innings when batting second in 2007, MS Dhoni has hit 281 runs (two dismissals) in six knocks when chasing – India have won all six games.
- No Bangladesh batsman hit a century in any of the team’s first 28 matches at World Cups – there have been two in the last two, both recorded by Mahmudullah.
- Since the start of the 2007 World Cup MS Dhoni has been dismissed once by bowlers in the Bangladesh squad, scoring 142 runs from 155 balls faced