Statistical Highlights of India vs West Indies:
# India's marvellous win by eight wickets is their biggest against the West Indies in England in ODIs. Overall, they have won three and lost two out of five played against the West Indies in England.
# West Indies have lost their first game at The Oval in the ICC Champions Trophy. They had won the first three games at this venue - by five wickets vs South Africa on September 18, 2004; by two wickets vs England on September 25, 2004 and by two wickets vs Pakistan on June 7, 2013.
# India's win by eight wickets is their second over the West Indies in four matches in the ICC Champions Trophy - their first being by 7 wickets at Johannesburg on September 30, 2009.
# India have won three ODIs by eight wickets vs West Indies in ODIs (one each at Cuttack, Toronto and The Oval)but their biggest win is by ten wickets against them at Port of Spain on April 27, 1997.
# India's eight-wicket victory is their second biggest against a Test-playing nation in terms of wickets in ODIs in England - the biggest is nine-wicket win over England at The Oval on May 24, 1986.
# India have won three ODIs by eight wickets - one each against Kenya, England and West Indies - in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Rohit Sharma enjoys playing against the West Indies. He is averaging 62.90 against the West Indies in ODIs - his aggregate being 629 in 15 matches, including seven fifties.
# Rohit's average of 62.90 is the highest amongst the Indian batsmen with 500 runs or more against the West Indies in ODIs.
# Rohit's 52 off 56 balls is his 15th fifty in ODIs - his second in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Rohit has recorded three fifties as an opener - one each against South Africa, England and the West Indies.
# Shikhar Dhawan (102 not out) has posted his first century against the West Indies, eclipsing the 51 at Port of Spain on June 6, 2011.
# Dhawan has recorded two hundreds and a fifty in seven innings in ODIs.
# Dhawan, for the first time, has posted three successive innings of century-plus in international cricket - 187 vs Australia in the 2012-13 Mohali Test; 114 vs South Africa at Cardiff on June 6, 2013 and 102 not out vs West Indies at The Oval on June 11.
# Dhawan, with 216 runs at an average of 216.00 in two games, is the top run-getter in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
# Dhawan's superb knock is the highest individual score by an Indian batsman against the West Indies in England in ODIs, eclipsing Yashpal Sharma's 89 at Manchester on June 9, 1983.
# Dhawan has set a record for the highest individual score by an Indian player against the West Indies in the ICC Champions Trophy, obliterating Sourav Ganguly's 83 off 116 balls at Dhaka on October 31, 1998.
# In International cricket, Dhawan is averaging 66.57 in Indian wins - 466 runs in eight innings, including three hundreds - two in ODIs and one in Tests.
# Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan became the first Indian opening pair to register two successive stands of 100-plus in the ICC Champions Trophy - 127 vs South Africa at Cardiff on June 6, 2013 and 101 vs West Indies at The Oval on June 11, 2013.
# Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar had shared three successive stands of fifty-plus - all three in Nairobi (Gym.) in 2000 - 66 vs Australia; 66 vs South Africa and 141 vs New Zealand.
# Rohit and Shikhar became the first set of Indian openers to register fifties in the same match twice in ICC Champions Trophy - both instances being in the present competition vs South Africa and the West Indies.
# Rohit and Shikhar's 101-run stand is India's first century stand for the first wicket against the West Indies in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# The aforesaid partnership, in fact, is India's first century stand for any wicket against the West Indies in the ICC Champions Trophy, obliterating the 92 for the third wicket between Virat Kohli and Dinesh Karthik at Johannesburg on September 30, 2009.
# India have recorded four century stands for the first wicket in the ICC Champions Trophy - one each against South Africa, West Indies, England and New Zealand. India's tally of four opening stands of 100-plus is the most by a team in the ICC Champions Trophy. West Indies and South Africa share the second place with three stands of 100-plus for the first wicket.
# Johnson Charles (60 off 55 balls) has posted his first fifty in ODIs. In his last four innings, he has recorded two hundreds and a fifty - his sequence of scores being 100 vs Australia at Melbourne on February 10, 2013, 130 vs Zimbabwe at St.George's on February 22, 9 vs Pakistan at The Oval on June 7 and 60 vs India at The Oval on June 11.
# Charles has been dismissed by a left-arm bowler five times in thirteen ODI innings.
# Chris Gayle is averaging just 17.00 in ODIs in 2013 - 70 runs in five innings - the strike rate being 77.77. His sequence of scores being 4, 4 & 2 vs Australia; 39 vs Pakistan and 21 vs India.
# The 25-run stand between Gayle and Charles is the highest first-wicket partnership for the West Indies in nine innings against India in ODIs, obliterating the 18 between Lendl Simmons and Adrian Barath at Cuttack on November 29, 2011.
# Ravindra Jadeja (5/36) has produced his best bowling performance in ODIs - his first five-wicket haul. He is the first Indian bowler to capture five wickets in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Ramnaresh Sarwan's wicket is Jadeja's 75th in 67 ODIs.
# Jadeja is the first Indian spinner to take five wickets in an ODI in England. Kapil Dev, Venkatesh Prasad and Robin Singh were the three Indian speedsters to capture five wickets in an innings in England.
# Jadeja is the fourth Indian bowler to bag five wickets in an innings against the West Indies in ODIs, joining Anil Kumble, Nikhil Chopra and Sanjeev Sharma.
# Jadeja (7 wickets at 9.57 runs apiece) and McLaren (7 at 12.71) are the leading wicket-takers in the present competition.
# Jadeja, with 20 wickets (ave.13.45) in just nine games, is the top wicket-taker for India in ODIs in 2013.
# Jadeja's first MOM award against the West Indies is his sixth in ODIs.
# Sarwan is averaging 30.08 in the ICC Champions Trophy - 361 runs in 16 matches, including three fifties. In his last three innings in this tournament, he has scored 7 vs Australia at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on November 5, 2006; 1 vs Pakistan and 1 vs India - both at the Oval in June 2013.
# Darren Bravo (35 off 83 balls) has recorded his highest score in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Bravo's strike rate of 42.16 is his worst when he has scored atleast 25 in an innings in ODIs.
# Darren Sammy's first fifty (56 not out off 35 balls) against India is his fifth in ODIs.
# Thanks to his first fifty in the ICC Champions Trophy, Sammy is averaging 41.33 in this competition - 124 runs in four innings.
# Sammy and Roach were involved in a stand of 51 (unbroken) off 4.3 overs - the highest tenth-wicket partnership in the ICC Champions Trophy. Kyle Mills and Shane Bond had shared a 50-run stand for the tenth wicket for New Zealand against Australia at Colombo, SSC on September 15, 2002.
# Sammy and Roach's run-rate of 11.33(51 off 27 balls) is the second quickest tenth-wicket partnership in ODIs, next only to the 15.60 (52 (unbroken) off 20 balls by Shane Bond and Lou Vincent for New Zealand against India at Auckland on January 11, 2013. (minimum 50 runs)
# For the first time in his ODI career, Ravichandran Ashwin has bowled two maiden overs in an innings.
# Dinesh Karthik (51 not out) has recorded his highest score in the ICC Champions Trophy, surpassing the 34 against the West Indies at Johannesburg on September 30, 2009.
# Karthik's third fifty against the West Indies is his sixth in ODIs. India have all six ODIs when Karthik has registered fifties.
# Karthik and Dhawan have shared a stand of 109 (unbroken) - India's second century stand for the third wicket in the ICC Champions Trophy - the highest being 140 between Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid against Australia at Dhaka on October 28, 1998.
# The 109-run stand is India's highest for any wicket vs the West Indies in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# For the second time in a match in the ICC Champions Trophy, two century stands have been recorded for India - the first instance being against Australia at Dhaka on October 28, 1998.