After pummeling England in the first ODI at Rajkot, Indian players not only look to extend their series lead to 2-0 but also achieve some individual milestones in the second ODI at Indore on Monday.
After pummeling England in the first ODI at Rajkot, Indian players not only look to extend their series lead to 2-0 but also achieve some individual milestones in the second ODI at Indore on Monday. (AP Photo)
Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh completed 300 Test wickets in the recently concluded Test series with Australia. Another milestone awaits the 'spinning Sikh' as he needs just 4 wickets to complete his 200 wickets in ODIs. He would be the sixth Indian bowler to achieve the distinction. The five Indian bowlers in the 200-wicket club are: Anil Kumble (337), Javagal Srinath (315), Ajit Agarkar (288), Kapil Dev (253) and Zaheer Khan (213). At present Venkatesh Prasad (196 in 161) and Harbhajan (196 in 176) share the sixth place. (AP Photo)
Two Indians are on the verge of completing their 1,000 runs in the calendar year 2008 - Gautam Gambhir (995) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (994). Yuvraj Singh (706) and Virender Sehwag (662) are other top ODI scorers for India this season. (AP Photo)
Andrew Flintoff (34 in 26 games) needs two wickets more to become the leading wicket-taker in India-England ODIs. At present Javagal Srinath is the leading wicket-taker in the series - 35 in 21. James Anderson, follows Flintoff with 26 wickets. From the Indian camp, Harbhajan Singh leads the present lot with 29 scalps. (AP Photo)
Yuvraj Singh (942 in 23) requires 58 runs to become the second batsman to aggregate 1,000 runs in India-England ODIs. The top six batsmen in terms of run-aggregate in India-England ODI series are: Sachin Tendulkar (1274), Sourav Ganguly (975), Yuvraj Singh (942), Mohammad Azharuddin (911), Rahul Dravid (888), Paul Collingwood (800). (AP Photo)