New Delhi: A look at the statistics at the Barabati stadium in Cuttack which hosts the first One Day International between India and West Indies on Monday.
India have played 13 ODIs at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, winning nine and losing four.
India have won both their encounters against West Indies at this venue as under:
India (256/2) beat West Indies (252) by 8 wickets on November 9, 1994. Ajay Jadeja got the MOM award for posting 104. He had shared a match-winning 176-run stand with Sachin Tendulkar (88) for the first wicket.
India (189) defeated West Indies (169) by 20 runs on January 24, 2007. Dinesh Karthik had top scored 63. He was justifiably adjudged the Man of the Match.
India's four defeats at this venue had come against England (2), New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
India have won the last three ODIs played at Barabati Stadium as under:
|20 runs||India||West Indies||24.1.2007||Dinesh Karthik 68|
|6 wickets||India||England||26.11.2008||Virender Sehwag 91 off 73 balls|
|7 wickets||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka||21.12.2009||Ravindra Jadeja 4/32(Sachin remained unbeaten on 96)|
The leading run-getter at this venue: Sachin Tendulkar - 469 (ave.58.62) in 10 matches, including one century and three fifties.
The leading wicket-takers at this venue:
Ajit Agarkar - 7 (ave.32.71) in 5 matches
Anil Kumble - 7 (ave.16.85) in 3 matches