The statistical highlights from the first ODI between India and the West Indies at Cuttack.
# India's one-wicket triumph is their narrowest victory margin in terms of wickets over the West Indies.
# India have won just two games by one-wicket margin in ODIs - their first being against New Zealand at Auckland on January 11, 2003.
# India have won ten games in succession at home for the first time - the sequence commenced from March 20, 2011 against West Indies at Chepauk.
# India have won five and lost three ODIs under Virender Sehwag's captaincy - winning % 62.50.
# Among the captains with more than five ODIs for India, both Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virender Sehwag enjoy the same winning % 62.50.
# India have now won all three ODIs against West Indies at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack.
# West Indies have won ten and lost 14 out of 25 played under Darren Sammy's captaincy - winning % 41.66 (NR 1).
# India have won 43 and lost 56 out of 102 played against the West Indies (Tied 1 & NR 2) - winning % 43.50.
# West Indies' 211 for nine is their second highest total against India at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, next only to the 251 for nine on November 9, 1994.
# Darren Bravo (60) has recorded his sixth fifty in ODIs - his second against India.
# Bravo's highest innings against India is his career-best - 86 off 99 balls at Kingston on June 16, 2011.
# Danza Hyatt (31) has posted his highest innings against India.
# Hyatt's aforesaid innings is his second highest in ODIs, next only to the 39 against Bangladesh at Dhaka on October 15, 2011.
# Umesh Yadav (2/33) has produced his second best bowling figures in ODIs, next only to the 2 for 32 against England at Hyderabad on October 14, 2011.
# Varun Aaron (2/47) has recorded his second best bowling performance in ODIs - his best being 3 for 24 against England at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on October 23, 2011.
# The 75-run stand for the fourth wicket between Hyatt and Bravo is West Indies' second best for any wicket against India at Barabati Stadium, next only to the 91 between Keith Arthurton and Brian Lara for the fourth wicket on November 9, 1994.
# Virat Kohli took his runs tally this year to 1141 at an average of 43.88 in 30 ODIs, surpassing Shane Watson's tally of 1139 at an average of 56.95 in 23 matches.
# Only Jonathan Trott has amassed more runs than Kohli in ODIs this year - 1315 (ave.52.60) in 29 matches.
# Kemar Roach (3/46) has produced his best bowling performance against India, obliterating the 2 for 52 at Kingston on June 16, 2011.
# Roach has completed his 50 wickets (ave.25.22 in 32 ODIs).
# Ravindra Jadeja and Rohit Sharma shared a partnership of 83 for the sixth wicket - India's highest against the West Indies at Barabati Stadium.
# The aforesaid stand is India's second highest against West Indies at Barabati Stadium, next only to the 176 for the first wicket between Ajay Jadeja and Sachin Tendulkar on November 9, 1994.
# Rohit Sharma (72 off 99 balls) has recorded his fourth fifty against the West Indies in ODIs - his ninth in ODIs.
# Rohit, for the first time, has registered back to back fifties against West Indies - in his previous innings, he had made 57 at Kingston on June 16, 2011.
# Rohit's highest against the West Indies is 86 not out at North Sound on June 11, 2011.
# Rohit enjoys an impressive record against the West Indies - 344 in nine innings at an average of 57.33 - his strike rate being 81.71.
# Rohit has been adjudged the man-of-the-match for the third time in ODIs - his second against the West Indies.
# For the first time in a calendar year, Rohit has received two MOM awards - both against the West Indies. He had first received the MOM award against the West Indies for posting an unbeaten 68 at Port of Spain on June 6, 2011
# Ravindra Jadeja (38) has posted his highest innings against the West Indies.
# Jadeja's 38 is his highest innings in a winning cause, bettering the 30 not out against Sri Lanka at Rajkot on December 15, 2009.
# Vinay Kumar (18) has posted his highest innings in ODIs.
# Andre Russell (2/29) enjoys an excellent record against India - 12 wickets in five matches at an average of 15.41.