India V Australia: Vizag ODI Statistical Highlights

Updated: Oct 21, 2010, 09:43 AM IST

Visakhapatnam: Following are the statistical highlights of the second ODI between India and Australia.

  • Cameron White is the top run-scorer for Australia in 2010, aggregating 813 (average 47.82) in 22 matches, including one century and six fifties.
  • White`s outstanding unbeaten 89 off 49 balls is his highest innings against India, eclipsing the 62 at Mohali on November 2, 2009.
  • Shaun Marsh has recorded his second duck in ODIs.
  • Michael Hussey (69 off 77 balls) has posted his 32nd fifty in ODIs - his sixth against India.
  • Hussey, in India, has performed quite well - 462 in ten innings at an average of 77.00, including four fifties.
  • The 137-run third wicket partnership between Kohli and Yuvraj is the highest for India at this venue.
  • Suresh Raina`s third fifty against Australia is his 16th in ODIs. His superb unbeaten 71 off 47 balls is his ninth fifty in 27 innings in India.
  • Clint McKay (3/55) has registered his best bowling figures against India, obliterating the three for 59 at Hyderabad on November 5, 2009.
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni`s first duck as captain is his sixth in ODIs. The said innings is his first duck against Australia.
  • Michael Clarke and Cameron White were involved in a fourth wicket stand of 129 (unbroken) - Australia`s highest against India, outstripping the 123 between Michael Clarke and Andrew Symonds at Hyderabad on October 5, 2007.
  • India have recorded their third victory at this venue. Their first two wins being against Pakistan by 58 runs on April 5, 2005 and by seven wickets against Sri Lanka on February 17, 2007.
  • India, under Dhoni`s captaincy, have won 50 matches out of 88 played (Lost 31 and No Result 7) - winning percentage 61.72.
  • India (292 for five) posted their highest successful chase against Australia, bettering the 275 for four at Sharjah on April 24, 1998.
  • Yuvraj Singh`s 44th fifty (58 off 87 balls) in ODIs is his third against Australia in 34 matches.

    PTI