Virat Kohli recently became the fourth Indian cricketer to smash a century in each of the three formats. He will next be in action in the Australia T20I series at home, starting September 20.


Kohli is the leading run-scorer against Australia in T20Is. He has slammed 718 runs from 19 T20Is at an average of 59.83 against the Aussies. Kohli has struck at a 146.23.

Bilateral fixtures

Kohli is also the leading run-scorer against Australia, as far as bilateral fixtures are concerned. He has scored 598 runs from 16 bilateral T20Is against the Aussies.


Kohli last played a T20I against Australia in December 2020. He scored a 61-ball 85 in the third T20I at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), however, India failed to chase 187.


Since November 25, 2018, Kohli has averaged 72.75 against Australia in T20Is. His last six scores against the Men in Yellow read as 85, 40, 9, 72*, 24, and 61*.


Kohli earlier held the record for smashing most runs by an Indian in a three-T20I bilateral series. He slammed 199 runs (90*, 59*, and 50). Shreyas Iyer broke Kohli's record in 2021/22 (204 runs vs SL).