India’s winning run began with a triumph against Afghanistan at the last T20 World Cup, and they are now on their way to their 12th straight victory in the shortest format. With their 11th consecutive T20I victory and eighth straight series triumph at home on Saturday, the Rohit Sharma-led Indian team grabbed an unassailable 2-0 lead against Sri Lanka. Shreyas Iyer led the batting charge in Dharamsala, putting up an undefeated 58-run partnership with Ravindra Jadeja, who smashed 45 off 18 balls to secure the victory with 17 balls to spare. Iyer, who was awarded Player of the Match, smashed his second straight fifty for India and was helped along by Sanju Samson, who hit 39 off 25 balls to keep the needed run-rate under control.

On Sunday, India will play the last match of the three-match series at the same stadium, hoping to add not one, but three more feathers to their already legendary cap. In T20Is, the hosts are presently tied with New Zealand for the most victories (at home). New Zealand and India are now tied for first place with 39 victories apiece. India, on the other hand, would have a chance to remove the Kiwis if they win the current T20I series 3-0. With one more T20I victory, India would have 40 victories from 61 games, one more than the Black Caps.

New Zealand has 39 victories in 73 games, whereas India has the same amount of victories in 60 games. South Africa is third on the list, having won 37 T20Is out of 70, followed by the West Indies and Australia, who have 32 and 31 victories respectively. Rohit became the most successful T20I skipper at home grounds after India’s triumph against Sri Lanka on Saturday. He now has 16 victories in 17 games, which puts him ahead of England’s Eoin Morgan and New Zealand’s Kane Williamson. Rohit Sharma has three more wins than former Indian captain Virat Kohli.

If they defeat Sri Lanka on Sunday, though, their 12-game winning streak will be the most important record. Afghanistan and Romania are the only other teams in the world to have won as many T20I matches in a row. As a result, India will have a chance to break the world record. In the lead-up to this year’s T20 World Cup, India seemed to have settled out their ideal team composition. India has already defeated the West Indies 3-0, and the in-form team will want to repeat the feat against Sri Lanka. With so much talent at its disposal, India has a serious possibility of completing another complete sweep.