India v South Africa: Key stats

Here's all the important statistics you need to know ahead of the crucial India versus South Africa game.

Indian skipper Virat Kohli has posted 50-plus scores in two of his last three ODI innings against South Africa.   -  REUTERS

The last seven completed matches between these sides have seen the winner alternate; the Proteas claiming victory last time out (Mumbai, October 2015).
India has taken on South Africa three times previously in the Champions Trophy; winning all those encounters (2000, 2002 & 2013).
Whichever side wins this game, will qualify for the semifinal stage.
If South Africa loses this match, it’ll be the 200th time it will have tasted defeat; nine sides have already reached the milestone in ODI cricket.
The Proteas come into this match having lost five of their last nine ODIs (W4); winning 12 matches in succession immediately before this run however.
India has only progressed from the group stage once across its last four appearances in the Champions Trophy; it did go on to win it on that occasion though (2013).
South Africa has alternated between going out in the group stages and semifinals across its last five appearances in the Champions Trophy; it progressed to the final four in 2013.
Virat Kohli (India) has posted 50+ scores in two of his last three ODI innings against South Africa; recording knocks of 138 and 77 in that time.
Morne Morkel (currently 177) needs two more scalps to go sixth in the all-time list of South Africa ODI wicket-takers (leapfrogging Dale Steyn).
AB de Villiers (South Africa) has scored 1279 runs against India in this format of the game; at an average of 53.3.

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