If Australia lose the first two T20Is, it will be the first time Australia lose six consecutive games in their T20I history.
Rohit Sharma needs 65 runs and Virat Kohli needs 170 runs to top the all-time leading run-scorer list in T20Is.
Kohli needs 73 runs to become only the fourth Indian – after Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid – to score 3000 international runs against Australia.
— BCCI (@BCCI) 20 November 2018
Rohit needs four more sixes to become the first Indian to hit 100 sixes in T20Is.
Rohit and Virat are vying for the top spot in the most 50-plus scores list:
- Rohit – 19
- Kohli – 18
If India win the first T20I, they will become the first team to beat Australia in five consecutive games in Australia.
India will break the record for winning the most T20I series, comprising of three or more matches.
- India – 11
- Pakistan – 11
Kohli needs 77 more runs to become the first batsman to score 500 T20I runs against Australia.
If he scores a century, he will be the joint second highest – along with Brian Lara and Jack Hobbs – for most international centuries against Australia, with 12.
Jasprit Bumrah needs seven wickets to go past R Ashwin as the leading wicket-taker for India in T20Is.