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India vs West Indies: Statistical highlights

Roseau (Dominica): Statistical highlights of the fourth day`s play in the third and final cricket Test between India and West Indies here.

  • Fidel Edwards (5/103) has registered his second five-wicket instance against India. In the Bridgetown Test, he had captured 5 for 76 in India`s second innings total of 269 for six wickets declared.
  • Edwards has taken five wickets or more in an innings ten times in Tests.
  • In the present series, Edwards has claimed 18 wickets at an averge of 20.05 - his best figures in a Test series, outstripping the 15 wickets at 25.13 runs apiece in three Tests against Australia in 2008.
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni (74 off 133 balls) has posted his highest Test innings against the West Indies, bettering the 69 at St.John`s in 2006.
  • Praveen Kumar (23) has recorded his highest Test innings, outstripping the 12 at Bridgetown last month.
  • Darren Bravo became the first West Indian to manage 200 runs in the present rubber - 205 (ave. 34.16), including two fifties.
  • Marlon Samuels has recorded his first duck against India - his fifth in Tests.
  • Kirk Edwards (110 off 195 balls) has posted a hundred on Test debut - the 13th West Indian to achieve the distinction. Lawrence Rowe had posted 214 and 100 not out on Test debut against New Zealand at Kingston in 1971-72.
  • Kirk Edwards has become the third West Indian to post a century on Test debut against India, joining Bruce Pairaudeau and Gordon Greenidge.
  • Shivnarine Chanderpaul`s unbeaten 73 off 201 balls is his 11th fifty against India - his 56th in Tests.
  • Chanderpaul, in the course of his aforesaid knock, has completed his 5,000 runs in Tests in the West Indies - 5055 at an average of 57.44, including 15 centuries and 27 fifties, in 66 Tests.
  • Chanderpaul is the second batsman to manage 5,000 runs or more in the West Indies, joining Brian Lara (6217 at an average of 58.65 in 65 Tests).

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