Statistical highlights: India vs Australia

Last Updated: Sunday, February 12, 2012 - 22:08

Adelaide: Statistical highlights of the one-day international between India and Australia at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday.

• India have won 37 and lost 62 out of 107 played against Australia in ODIs - winning % 37.37 (NR 8).

• India`s four-wicket win is their tenth against Australia in Australia in 38 matches (lost 27 and NR 1).

• Mahendra Singh Dhoni is averaging 60.57 in Australia in ODIs - 424 runs in twelve innings, including two fifties.

• Dhoni`s unbeaten 44 is his highest score against Australia in Australia, surpassing the 37 at Brisbane on February 3, 2008.

• In successful chases, Dhoni has averaged 104.89 while totalling 1993 runs in 49 innings. His run-aggregate includes two centuries and 14 fifties.

• Dhoni has become the first player to manage 1000 runs or more in successful chases besides averaging 100-plus in ODIs.

• Australia (269 for eight) have posted their second highest total against India at Adelaide Oval, next only to the 329 for five on January 26, 2000.

• Australia`s aforesaid 329 for five is the second highest total at Adelaide, next only to the West Indies` 339 for four against Pakistan on January 28, 2005.

• India (270/6) have registered their highest total against Australia at Adelaide Oval, surpassing the 226 on January 26, 1986

• India`s above total is their highest successful chase in Australia, obliterating the 263 for five against New Zealand at Brisbane on January 11, 1986.

• India`s previous highest successful chase against Australia in Australia was 242 for four off 45.5 overs at SCG on March 2, 2008.

• India`s previous highest successful chase at Adelaide Oval was 239 for eight off 49.1 overs against Sri Lanka on February 19, 2008.

• Daniel Christian (39 off 36 balls) has registered his highest innings in ODIs, eclipsing the 33 against Sri Lanka at WACA Ground, Perth on February 10, 2012.

• The 52-run opening partnership between Sehwag and Gambhir is India`s highest against Australia in ODIs at Adelaide.

• Gautam Gambhir has received his first Man of the Match award against Australia - his 12th in ODIs.

• The 76-run third-wicket stand between Gambhir and Rohit Sharma is an Indian record at Adelaide, bettering the 75 between Sanjay Manjrekar and Sachin Tendulkar against the West Indies on December 14, 1991.

• Rohit Sharma (33 off 41 balls) has registered his highest score against Australia at Adelaide in ODIs.

• Suresh Raina (38 off 30 balls) has posted his highest innings in Australia in ODIs, eclipsing the 24 against Sri Lanka at Perth on February 8, 2012.

• Clint McKay (3/53) has produced his second best bowling performance against India - his best are 4 for 20 at MCG on Feb.5, 2012.

• India have registered their first ODI victory against Australia in five matches at Adelaide Oval. Australia had won the first four ODIs against India at this venue.

• India have won seven and lost five out of twelve played at Adelaide Oval - two against New Zealand and one each against Australia, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Zimbabwe.

• Peter Forrest (66 off 83 balls) has made the seventh highest by an Australian batsman on ODI debut. He is the eleventh Australian player to register a fifty or more on debut.

• Forrest is the second Australian after Matthew Wade to accomplish the feat in the present series.

• Forrest and Hussey put on 98 for the fourth wicket - Australia`s highest against India at Adelaide, eclipsing the 55 between Steve Waugh and Greg Ritchie on January 26, 1986.

• Umesh Yadav (2/49) has produced his best bowling performance overseas.

• David Hussey (72 off 76 balls) has registered his highest innings against India, eclipsing the 61 not out at MCG on February 5, 2012.

• Hussey`s aforesaid innings is his third highest in ODIs - the top two being 111 against Scotland at Edinburgh on August 28, 2009 and 79 against New Zealand at Adelaide on February 10, 2009.

• Hussey has aggregated 160 runs (ave.80.00) in three matches in the Commonwealth Bank series, 2012 - the most by a batsman.

• Hussey has posted his second fifty against India – his eighth in ODIs.

• Ravindra Jadeja (10-0-50-0) has produced his worst figures against Australia in Australia.

• Gambhir`s superb 92 is his second highest against Australia, next only to the 113 at SCG on February 24, 2008.

• Gambhir has recorded his fourth fifty against Australia - his 29th in ODIs.

• Gambhir`s aforesaid innings is the highest by an Indian player against Australia at Adelaide, eclipsing the 77 off 110 balls by Sunil Gavaskar on January 26, 1986.


First Published: Sunday, February 12, 2012 - 22:08

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