# India have lost four result-oriented games in succession away from home in ODIs - by 141 runs at Johannesburg on December 5, 2013 and 134 runs at Durban on December 8, 2013 - both to South Africa and by 24 runs at Napier on January 19, 2014 and by 15 runs at Hamilton on January 22 - both to New Zealand.
# India have lost five out of seven ODIs played at Seddon Park, Hamilton (won two). (Match Pics)
# New Zealand's 271 for seven is their highest total vs India at Hamilton, outstripping the 270 for five on March 11, 2009. (Read: MS Dhoni must be flexible in selection matters, says Sunil Gavaskar)
# New Zealand's aforesaid total is their third highest in ODIs at Hamilton - the highest being 350 for nine vs Australia on February 20, 2007. (Read: Virat Kohli's credentials as an run-chase specialist on the rise)
# India's total of 277 for nine is their highest losing score in an ODI in New Zealand, bettering the 273 for four at NapierÂ on January 19, 2014. (Read: MS Dhoni rues lack of partnerships in Hamilton loss)
# The aforesaid total is their second highest in New Zealand in ODIs, next only to the 392 for four at Christchurch on March 8, 2009.
# Kane Williamson's second fifty vs India is his eighth in ODIs.
# For the first time, Williamson has registered successive innings of fifty-plus in ODIs - 71 off 88 balls at Napier on January 19, 2014 and 77 off 87 balls at Hamilton on January 22, 2014.
# Williamson's 77 is his highest score in ODIs in New Zealand, eclipsing the 74 vs England at Hamilton on February 17, 2013.
# Williamson has received his second Man of the Match award in ODIs.Â Exactly a year ago, he had got his first MOM award for posting a career-best - 145 not out vs South Africa at Kimberley on January 22, 2013.
# Martin Guptill (44 off 65 balls) has posted his second highest score at Seddon Park, Hamilton, next only to the 65 off 70 balls vs Pakistan on February 3, 2011.
# Guptill and Williamson were involved in a stand of 89 - New Zealand's highest partnership for the second wicket vs India in ODIs at Hamilton.
# Suresh Raina's 25th wicket in ODIs is his first vs New Zealand.
# Ravichandran Ashwin has taken just a single wicket in his last five ODIs - his bowling average being 271.00.
# Ross Taylor has registered successive fifties for the first time vs India in ODIs - 55 at Napier and 57 at Hamilton.
# Taylor's fourth fifty vs India is his 26th in ODIs.
# Mohammad Shami's bowling figures of three for 55 are the best by an Indian bowler vs New Zealand at Hamilton - the second best overall by an Indian bowler at this venue, next only to Anil Kumble's 4 for 40 vs South Africa on February 18, 1995.
# Brendon McCullum's 16th duck in ODIs is his fourth vs India. His second golden duck vs India is his fourth in ODIs.
# As captain, McCullum has registered his third duck in ODIs - one each vs India, Bangladesh and Australia.Â He is the first New Zealand captain to register two golden ducks in ODIs.
# Tim Southee is the 15th New Zealand bowler to complete 100 wickets or more in ODIs - 102 at an average of 31.37 in 76 matches.
# Southee (4/72) has registered his second best bowling performance vs India, next only to the 4 for 49 at Dambulla on August 25, 2010.
# Southee's aforesaid performance is his best at Hamilton in ODIs.Â Overall, he has taken four wickets or more five times in ODIs.
# Ajinkya Rahane (36 off 42 balls) has recorded his highest score vs New Zealand in ODIs.
# Virat Kohli (78 off 65 balls) has posted his 29th fifty in ODIs - his third vs New Zealand.
# Kohli, with 201 runs at an average of 100.50 in two innings, is the top run-getter on either side in the series.
# Rahane and Kohli put on 90 runs for the third wicket - India's second highest for the third wicket vs New Zealand in New Zealand, next only to the 138 between Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh at Christchurch on March 8, 2009.
# Dhoni is the first captain-cum-wicketkeeper to complete 200 dismissals in ODIs - 142 catchesÂ 59 stumpings in 156 matches.
# Dhoni and Suresh Raina were associated in a stand of 62 - India's highest fifth-wicket partnership vs New Zealand at Hamilton in ODIs.
# Dhoni (56 off 44 balls) has registered his third fifty in New Zealand in ODIs - the first two being 84 not out off 89 balls at Napier on March 3, 2009 and 68 off 58 balls at Christchurch on March 8, 2009.
# Dhoni's 52nd fifty in ODIs is his 38th as captain.
# Dhoni is the only one to have averaged 50-plus amongst the captains with 2,000 runs or more in ODIs - his tally being 5393 at an average of 57.98 in 136 innings, including six hundreds and 38 fifties.
# Anderson has recorded his best bowling performance vs India in ODIs.
Stats courtesy: Rajesh Kumar