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Kohli could equal Dhoni's record with win at Indore

Hindustan Times logo Hindustan Times 24-09-2017 HT Correspondent

Virat Kohli is on the verge of equalling MS Dhoni's record of most consecutive wins in ODI cricket if the team beats Australia for the third time.

India lead the five-match series 2-0, and if they win on Sunday, Kohli will match Dhoni's record.

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India have so far played 37 ODIs under Kohli, and won 29. India have been on a roll the last few months, having not lost a game since the tour of Sri Lanka. India won all five ODIs in Sri Lanka apart from the three Tests and one-off T20I, and the two wins against Australia extends their winning run in ODI cricket to eight matches.

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