Mumbai: Following are the statistical highlights of the 4th ODI between India and England in Mumbai on Sunday.
# Jonathan Trott is the first England batsman to manage 1300 runs or more in a calendar year - 1310 at an average of 54.58 in 28 ODIs.
# Trott's ODI record against India is quite impressive -466 (ave.58.25) in 9 matches, including four fifties, with a highest of 98 not out at Mohali on October 20, 2011.
# Trott has managed 197 runs at an average of 65.66 in four games, including one fifty - the most by an English player in the present series.
# Suresh Raina (80 off 62 balls) has posted his third innings of 80 or more against England in ODIs.
# Raina has recorded his seventh fifty against England - his 19th in ODIs.
# Raina is averaging fifty-plus in a winning cause - 2026 runs at an average of 51.94 in 75 matches - his tally includes two centuries and 16 fifties.
# Raina, thanks to his excellent knock, is averaging 40.11 against England - 682 in 21 matches, including seven fifties.
# Raina has got his third Man of the Match award against England - his seventh in ODIs.
# India's splendid six-wicket victory is their first in three matches over England at Wankhede Stadium in ODIs.
# India have won ten games and lost six out of sixteen contested at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. India have won their last four matches at this venue - one each against South Africa, Australia, Sri Lanka and England.
# Under Dhoni's captaincy, India have won 63 and lost 38 out of 111 played (Success % 62.13) - Tied 2 & NR 8.
# Dhoni's outstanding winning % of 62.13 is the best amongst Indian captains, who have led in atleast ten games in ODIs.
# England (220) have posted their lowest total in three ODIs at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.
# Tim Bresnan (45) has posted his highest innings against India, bettering the 28 at The Oval on September 9, 2011.
# Bresnan's aforesaid innings is his second highest innings in ODIs - the highest being 80 against Australia at Centurion on October 2, 2009.
# Varun Aaron's excellent figures of 3 for 24 are the best by an Indian bowler on debut at home and the second best overall, next only to the 3 for 21 by Noel David against West Indies at Port of Spain on April 27, 1997.
# Both Ravindra Jadeja (7 wickets at 22.00) and Ashwin (7 at 24.85) have captured seven wickets each for India in the present series.
# Steven Finn (3/45) has recorded his best bowling figures in ODIs.
# Virat Kohli became the first batsman to amass 200 runs in the present series - 270 at an average of 135.00 in four matches.
# Virat's magnificent unbeaten 86 off 99 balls is his 17th fifty in ODIs - his second against England.
# Virat has averaged 59.00 against England, aggregating 472 runs in ten ODIs, including two centuries and two fifties.
# Virat's tally of 1138 (ave.47.41) in 28 matches is the second highest in ODIs in 2011.
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