India vs Australia: Ranchi ODI - Statistical highlights
Ranchi: Statistical highlights of the abandoned fourth cricket one-dayer between India and Australia here on Wednesday.
• Mohammed Shami (3/42) recorded his best bowling figures in ODIs.
• George Bailey has registered his eleventh fifty in ODIs - his third in four innings against India. His brilliant 98 off 94 balls is the highest individual score at Ranchi.
• Bailey recorded his second highest score in ODIs behind only to the 125 not out off 110 balls vs West Indies at Perth on February 3, 2013.
• Bailey enjoys an excellent record in ODIs vs India - his tally being 318 (ave.106.00) in four innings. He became the first batsman to amass 300 runs in the current series.
• Bailey has set an Australian record and became the first captain to amass 300-plus in a bilateral series, eclipsing Ricky Ponting`s tally of 295 in five innings (ave. 73.75), including a century and two fifties against West Indies in Australia in 2009-10.
• The previous highest by an Australian skipper against India in a bilateral series was 267 (ave.44.50) in six games in 2009-10 by Ponting.
• The Ranchi ODI has provided the ninth occasion between the two countries when a match has failed to produce a result.
• Australia (295 for eight) have registered the highest total at Ranchi.
• For the seventh time in an innings in ODIs, two batsmen got dismissed in the nervous nineties. Sri Lanka and Australia provide three instances each and New Zealand one.
• Glenn Maxwell (92 off 77 balls) has recorded a career-best score in ODIs, outstripping an unbeaten 56 vs Pakistan at Sharjah on September 3, 2012. His fourth fifty in ODIs is his second against India.
• Bailey and Maxwell were involved in a 153-run stand - Australia`s highest fifth-wicket partnership against India in ODIs, surpassing the 144 between Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin at Bangalore on September 29, 2007.
• The above stand is Australia`s fifth highest for the fifth wicket in ODIs.
• Australia have registered 38 sixes - the most hit by them in a bilateral series, eclipsing the 34 hit vs India in seven games in 2007-08.
• Mahendra Singh Dhoni has led India 146 times, emulating Sourav Ganguly`s tally. Only Mohammad Azharuddin (174) has led India more times than Dhoni. Ganguly`s overall tally of 147 times includes one for Asia XI.