India vs England: Statistical highlights, Day 1

Updated: 22 July 2011 11:10 IST

Following are the statistical highlights of the first day's play of the first Test between India and England at Lord's, London.

India vs England: Statistical highlights, Day 1
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Following are the statistical highlights of the first day's play of the first Test between India and England at Lord's, London.

# Jonathan Trott's unbeaten 58 is his fourth innings of 50 or more at Lord's. He has totalled 564 (ave.141.00) at a strike rate of 56.68 in six innings at this venue.

# Trott's first half-century against India is his seventh in Tests.

# Trott's home Test record is splendid - 1154 runs at an average of 82.42 in 17 innings, including four centuries and four fifties.

# Alastair Cook has been dismissed by Zaheer Khan four times in Tests - once each at Lord's & Nottingham in July 2007, at Mohali in December 2008 and Lord's on July 21, 2011.

# Cook has taken his run-aggregate to 591 at an average of 98.50 in six innings (five Tests), including three hundreds and two fifties - the most by a batsman in 2011.

# Cook has managed 539 runs in eight Tests at an average of 38.50) against India.

# Cook (12) has missed an opportunity to equal a world record for most fifties in consecutive innings. Prior to his innings today, he had made 82 & 189 against Australia and 133, 96, 106 & 55 against Sri Lanka in his last six innings.

# Sir Everton Weekes (West Indies), Andy Flower (Zimbabwe) and Shivnarine Chanderpaul (West Indies) are the only three batsmen to record fifties in seven successive innings.

# A history has been created with the start of the 2000th Test match - the 100th Test between India and England.

# Strauss has been dismissed by Zaheer six times in six Tests. Shane Warne had dismissed him eight times in ten Tests.

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