India vs England, 4th Test, Nagpur: Statistical highlights, Day 4

It was not a great day for a team looking for a Test win desperately. On the other hand, it was an excellent day for a team looking for a series win desperately.

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Last updated on Sunday, 16 December, 2012 18:49 IST
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New Delhi: Fourth day's highlights - Nagpur Test

# Graeme Swann is the first bowler to take 20 wickets (ave.24.75) in the current rubber. (Photo credit: BCCI)

# Jonathan Trott (66 not out) has recorded his third fifty against India - his 14th in Tests.

# Pragyan Ojha is the second bowler after Graeme Swann to claim 20 wickets (ave.29.30) in the current Test series.┬ He has accomplished the feat for the second time in his Test career. Against the West Indies in 2011-12, he had first captured 20 wickets at 22.50 runs apiece.

# For the fifth time in a Test innings, Monty Panesar has delivered 52 overs - his first instance of bowling 50 overs in an innings against India.

# Panesar's impressive economy rate of 1.55 is his best in Tests when he has bowled 10 or more overs in a Test innings,

# Alastair Cook has set a record by facing 1285 balls in the present series while totalling 562 runs at an average of 80.28 - the most by a visiting batsman in a Test series in India. ┬

# Cook's runs' tally is the highest by a visiting player in a four-Test series in India.┬ Just six batsmen have recorded more runs in a Test series than Cook against India on Indian soil. Everton Weekes (WI) heads the table with 779 runs (ave.111.28) in five Tests in 1948-49.

# Only Clive Lloyd (636 in 1974-75) and Kim Hughes (594 in 1979-80) have recorded more runs as captain than Cook against India in India.

# Cook's magnificent tally is the third highest by a left-handed captain against India in a Test series, behind Lloyd (636 in 1974-75) and Gary Sobers (597 in┬ 1970-71.

# Cook's strike rate of 13.97 is his worst in a Test innings when he has posted atleast ten.

Story first published on: Sunday, 16 December 2012 18:42 IST

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