Statistic highlights: India vs West Indies

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

  • India (308 for six) have posted the first total of 300 or more in the present rubber.
  • Abhinav Mukund (62 off 149 balls) has registered his maiden Test fifty.
  • Virat Kohli (30) has recorded his highest innings in Tests, bettering the 27 at Bridgetown last month.
  • VVS Laxman (56 off 129 balls) has posted his 52nd fifty in Tests - his tenth against the West Indies.
  • The top three run-scorers for India in the present series are - Laxman (240), Raina (224) and Dravid (217).
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni (65 not out off 109 balls) has posted his second fifty against the West Indies - his 21st in Tests.
  • Dhoni`s captain knock is his tenth away from home in 48 innings - his 12th as captain.
  • In the course of his aforesaid innings, Dhoni became the first Indian wicketkeeper to manage 3000 runs in Tests -3013 at an average of 39.12 in 57 Tests.
  • Dhoni and Suresh Raina were associated in a partnership of 103 for the sixth wicket - India`s third highest in the Caribbean - the best is 137 between Dilip Sardesai and Eknath Solkar at Kingston in 1970-71.
  • Fidel Edwards has claimed 15 wickets at an average of 22.53 in the present rubber, emulating his previous best performance. Against Australia in the Frank Worrell Trophy in 2008, he had captured 15 wickets at 25.13 runs apiece in three Tests.
  • Laxman`s performance against the West Indies is excellent, totalling 1414 in 19 Tests at a strike rate of 43.70. His tally includes three centuries and ten fifties.
  • Laxman has been a consistent performer since January 2008, aggregating 2783 at an average of 55.66, including five hundreds and 22 fifties.
  • Suresh Raina (50 off 103 balls) has registered his third fifty against the West Indies - his fifth in Tests.
  • In terms of run-aggregate, the present series is Raina`s best - 224 at an average of 56.00, including three fifties, bettering the 223 (ave.111.50) in two Tests against Sri Lanka on debut.


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