Gros Islet: Statistical highlights on day 4 of the third Test between India and West Indies.
Ajinkya Rahane (51 not out off 93 balls) has recorded his eighth Test fifty - his first vs West Indies.
Rahane, in the current series, is averaging 108. 00 - his aggregate being 216 in four innings, including a hundred - 108 not out at Kingston.
Rahane is averaging 51.23 under Virat Kohli's captaincy - his tally being 871 in 21 innings, including four hundreds and three fifties.
Shikhar Dhawan, in his 37-innings Test career, has got out below thirty on 24 occasions.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (5/33) has recorded his third five-wicket hauls in Tests. His excellent figures are his second best behind the 6 for 82 vs England at Lord's in July 2014.
Kumar's only other five-wicket haul is 5 for 82 vs England at Nottingham in July 2014. As compared to his wicket-aggregate of 25 wickets (ave. 28.28) in seven overseas Tests, Kumar has claimed only 9 wickets (ave. 37.88) in six home Tests.
Kumar's superb figures are the best by any bowler in Tests at Gros Islet, eclipsing Kemar Roach's 5 for 42 for West Indies vs Bangladesh in September 2014.
Virat Kohli (3 & 4) has managed just 7 runs in the Gros Islet Test - his joint-lowest match aggregate when he batted in both the innings of a Test match. In the 2014 Old Trafford Test against England, he had made 7 (0 & 7).
Kohli's aggregate of seven runs is the third lowest by an Indian number three batsman while batting in both the innings, in the Caribbean - the first two being Gulabrai Ramchand (0 & 2) at Georgetown in March 1953 and Ravi Shastri (5 & 0) at Kingston in April/May 1989
Kohli is averaging just 19.40 in six innings as number three batsman - his aggregate being 97 runs in six innings without a fifty.
Rohit Sharma has registered three sixes during his unbeaten 41 off 57 balls - a feat recorded by him for the first time in a Test innings outside the subcontinent. On two previous occasions in a Test innings, he posted three sixes - vs West Indies at Mumbai in November 2013 and vs Sri Lanka at Colombo (PSS) in August 2015.
Since registering 50 vs Sri Lanka at Colombo (SSC) in August/September 2015, the above innings is Rohit's highest in six outings in Tests.
West Indies' last six wickets have recorded just 23 runs - their second lowest in a home Test. Against Australia at Port of Spain in 1998-99, they had added only 18 runs.
Three stands of 50-plus have been recorded for the first four wickets for West Indies - the last instance for them in a Test match vs India in the West Indies being in the 2002 St. John's Test.