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England vs Bangladesh Head To Head

England vs Bangladesh Head To Head

Bangladesh and England both rank among the top 10 international teams in limited-overs cricket. While England boasts a track record of success, clinching multiple ICC trophies, including the 2015 Cricket World Cup and the 2022 T20 World Cup, Bangladesh is yet to secure their first senior men’s trophy.

Shifting our focus to One Day International (ODI) cricket, the encounters between the Bangladesh and English cricket teams have been relatively brief. Their inaugural face-off in this format took place at Nairobi during the ICC Knockout in October 2000, with England emerging victorious, largely thanks to Alec Stewart’s half-century.

Since that initial clash, England has maintained a dominant position in head-to-head ODI matchups against Bangladesh, securing victories in 17 out of 21 encounters, while the Bangla Tigers have managed to secure only four wins.

In the most recent showdown between the two teams, which occurred at Cardiff during the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, England emerged victorious. Conversely, Bangladesh’s last ODI victory against the English side dates back to October 2016 in Mirpur.

Matches played10241
Bangladesh Won150
England Won9191
Bangladesh Win %1020.83%0
England Win %9079.16%100%

England vs Bangladesh Head To Head In ODI

Highest Team Total

England holds the record for the highest team total in ODIs between these two teams. In June 2005, powered by Andrew Strauss’ remarkable 152 and Paul Collingwood’s impressive 112, England amassed a massive 391/4 at Nottingham. Collingwood also shone with the ball, taking six wickets, restricting Bangladesh to 223 in their pursuit.

Bangladesh has breached the 300-run mark against England only once in this format. Tamim Iqbal’s century propelled the Bangla Tigers to 305/6. However, Joe Root’s brilliant 129-ball 133 during the chase guided England to an eight-wicket victory.

Lowest Team Total

Remarkably, six of the ten lowest ODI team totals in this rivalry belong to Bangladesh. The lowest ever, 134/9 in 50 overs, was scored in November 2003, led by Khaled Mahmud, and remains the lowest in this rivalry.

England’s lowest team score against Bangladesh is 204. In that encounter, Jos Buttler and his team fell short of Bangladesh’s total by 34 runs in October 2016 at Mirpur.

Most Runs

Former English captain Andrew Strauss holds the record for the most runs in England vs. Bangladesh ODIs. Strauss amassed 610 runs in just eight matches, boasting a stunning average of 87.14. Strauss recorded three half-centuries and two centuries against Bangladesh in this format, with a high score of 154.

Among active players, Tamim Iqbal (488 runs) and Mushfiqur Rahim (485 runs) rank second and third on the all-time list.

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Most Wickets

Bangladesh’s Mashrafe Mortaza leads the wicket-takers against England in ODIs with 17 wickets in 14 matches, the highest by any player in this rivalry. 

With an economy rate of 5.01, the Norail-born bowling all-rounder took a wicket for every 36.70 runs conceded. Mortaza’s best bowling figures are 4/29 against England, achieved during the Bangla Tigers’ victory at Mirpur in October 2016.

Shakib Al Hasan, with 14 wickets, and Andrew Flintoff, with 12 wickets, complete the top three on this list.

Highest Individual Score

Andrew Strauss not only holds the record for most runs but also registered the highest individual score in this rivalry. Known as Straussy, the former skipper scored 154 off 140 balls at Birmingham in July 2010. His incredible performance helped England defeat Bangladesh by 144 runs in that match.

Another Englishman, Jason Roy, came close to breaking the record in June 2019 at Cardiff with his 153-run knock off 121 balls, featuring 14 fours and five sixes.

Paul Collingwood’s 6/31 at Nottingham in June 2005 stands as the best bowling figures in this rivalry. The all-rounder played a pivotal role in England’s victory as Bangladesh chased a formidable target of 392. 

Collingwood also bowled a maiden and maintained an impressive economy rate of 3.10 in the match.

England’s Jake Ball is the only other bowler to have taken a five-wicket haul in this head-to-head. Andrew Flintoff, Adil Rashid, and Mashrafe Mortaza are prominent among the bowlers with four-wicket hauls in England vs. Bangladesh ODIs.

Highest Partnership

Once again, Andrew Strauss features prominently in an ODI record between these two nations. Strauss, alongside Jonathan Trott, established a partnership of 250 runs at Birmingham in July 2010, which stands as the highest partnership in this rivalry.

Strauss also contributed to the second-highest partnership with Collingwood, a 210-run stand at Nottingham in June 2005. Additionally, an unbeaten partnership of 192 with Marcus Trescothick places Strauss in all of the top three partnerships in this fixture.

MatchesBangladesh wonEngland wonTiedNo result

England vs Bangladesh Head To Head In T20Is

In the fast-paced world of T20 International cricket, England and Bangladesh have crossed paths just once, but that single encounter in October 2021 left a clear mark on their head-to-head statistics.

With only one match played between these two cricketing nations in the T20I format, England emerged victorious, making it a perfect 100% win record for the English side. Bangladesh, unfortunately, is yet to secure a win against England in this format.

In their solitary T20I clash, England comfortably clinched the victory, showcasing their dominance. Jason Roy led the charge for England with the bat, amassing an impressive 61 runs, underlining his prowess in the shortest format of the game. 

On the other side, Bangladesh’s top scorer in that match was Mushfiqur Rahim, who contributed 29 runs to the Bangladeshi total.

When it comes to bowling, Tymal Mills was the standout performer for England, claiming three crucial wickets in that match. Meanwhile, Nasum Ahmed and Shoriful Islam were the lone wicket-takers for Bangladesh, each with a solitary wicket to their name.

Although their T20I encounters may have been limited to just one match so far, it’s clear that England holds the upper hand, maintaining a 100% win record in this format against Bangladesh. 

As the cricketing world continues to evolve, fans eagerly await future encounters to see if Bangladesh can level the playing field or if England will continue their T20I dominance.

  • Matches Played – 1
  • ENG Won – 1
  • BAN Won – 0
  • Most Runs For England: Jason Roy (61)
  • Most Wickets For England: Tymal Mills (3)
  • Most Wickets For Bangladesh: Nasum Ahmed/ Shoriful Islam (1)
  • Most Runs For Bangladesh: Mushfiqur Rahim (29)

England vs Bangladesh Head To Head In Test Matches

In the realm of Test cricket, England and Bangladesh have engaged in a total of 10 matches over the years. The statistics paint a picture of dominance by the English side, with England emerging victorious in nine of these encounters. 

Bangladesh, on the other hand, has managed to secure just one win, marking their Test journey against England with a modest 10% win rate.

The history of Test matches between England and Bangladesh began in October 2003 and continued through their last encounter in October 2016. 

During this period, England established a stronghold over the series, consistently outperforming their Bangladeshi counterparts.

England’s Test cricket legacy is characterized by strong performances, and their track record against Bangladesh has been no exception. The English side has consistently displayed their cricketing prowess, showcasing both batting and bowling strength.

While Bangladesh’s solitary win against England stands as a testament to their potential, it’s clear that they face a formidable challenge when taking on the English team in the longest format of the game.

As cricket enthusiasts eagerly anticipate future Test clashes between these two sides, it remains to be seen whether Bangladesh can enhance their performance and secure more victories against England or if England will continue to maintain their dominance in Test cricket when facing the Bangladeshi team.

Matches Played10
Bangladesh Won1
England Won9
No Result0
Bangladesh Win %10%
England Win %90%

Summing Up!

The head-to-head encounters between England and Bangladesh across various formats of cricket tell a story of contrasting fortunes. In limited-overs cricket, England has maintained a strong position with multiple victories and impressive individual performances, while Bangladesh continues to strive for that elusive senior men’s trophy.

In the T20I format, England has a perfect record against Bangladesh, winning their sole encounter in October 2021. Jason Roy’s explosive batting and Tymal Mills’ impactful bowling were key contributors to their victory.

In Test cricket, England has been the dominant force, winning nine out of the ten matches played against Bangladesh, with Bangladesh securing just one victory. While Bangladesh’s triumph in Test cricket stands as a memorable moment in their cricketing history, England has consistently displayed their prowess in both batting and bowling.

As the cricketing world evolves and teams continue to grow and adapt, future clashes between England and Bangladesh promise to be exciting contests. Bangladesh will undoubtedly seek to improve their record and challenge England more convincingly, while England will strive to maintain their dominance across formats.


How many T20I matches have England and Bangladesh played, and who holds the winning record?

England and Bangladesh have played one T20I match, with England holding a 100% winning record.

What is England's Test cricket record against Bangladesh, and when was their last encounter?

England has won nine out of the ten Test matches played against Bangladesh, with Bangladesh secured one victory. Their last Test encounter was in October 2016.

Who are the standout performers in England vs. Bangladesh limited-overs cricket?

In limited-overs cricket, England has seen notable performances from players like Jason Roy, Andrew Strauss, and Tymal Mills, while Bangladesh's top contributors include Mushfiqur Rahim and Mashrafe Mortaza.

What is the overall win percentage for each team in their cricketing encounters?

England has a 90% win rate in Test matches against Bangladesh, while Bangladesh has a 10% win rate. In T20Is, England maintains a 100% win record against Bangladesh.

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