India vs West Indies: Statistical highlights from Day 2

Updated: 23 November 2011 17:12 IST

A look at Day 2 of the final Test between India and West Indies in numbers.

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A look at Day 2 of the final Test between India and West Indies in numbers.

# West Indies (575/9) have recorded 500 or more for the first time during the last one year.  They had made 580 for nine wickets declared against Sri Lanka at Galle in November 2010.

# West Indies' aforesaid total is their second highest at Wankhede Stadium, next only to the 604 for six wickets declared in January 1975.

# Kirk Edwards (86 off 165 balls) has posted his second highest innings against India in Tests, next only to the 110 at Roseau in July this year.

# Edwards has averaged 57.80 in his first six Tests - 578 in 11 innings, including two hundreds and three fifties.

# Darren Bravo (166 off 284 balls) has recorded his highest innings against India - his second highest in Tests, next only to the 195 against Bangladesh at Dhaka in October 2011.

# Bravo is averaging 52.71 after 13 Tests - 1107, including three centuries and six fifties.

# Kieran Powell (81) has posted his career-best innings in Tests, obliterating the 72 against Bangladesh at Dhaka in October 2011.  These are his only two innings of 50-plus in Tests.

# Edwards and Bravo put on 164 for the third wicket - West Indies' highest against India in India - overall the third highest for the West Indies against India - the highest being 220 between Alvin Kallicharran and Vivian Richards at Bridgetown in March 1976.

# Bravo and Powell have shared a stand of 160 for the fourth wicket - West Indies' highest against India at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

# Bravo's innings of 166 is the third highest against India at Wankhede Stadium - the top two innings being 242 not out by Clive Lloyd in 1974-75 and 187 by Alvin Kallicharran in December 1978.

# Marlon Samuels (61) has posted his fourth fifty against India - his 13th in Tests.

# The top six West Indian batsmen have recorded 50 or more against India - the first such instance for the West Indies and the fifth overall.  Three of the five instances are against India - Pakistan at Lahore in 1989-90; Pakistan at Karachi in 2005-06 and West Indies at Mumbai in 2011-12.

# Ravichandran Ashwin (4/154) has produced his second best bowling performance in Tests, next only to the 6 for 47 at Delhi in the first Test of the present series.

# Ashwin has captured 17 wickets at an average of 27.52 in three Tests - the best bowling performance by an Indian on debut in a three-Test series.

# Ravi Shastri (15 at 18.47 against New Zealand in 1980-81) and Venkatesh Prasad (15 at 25.00 against England in 1996) had taken 15 wickets on debut in a three-Test series.

# Mahendra Singh Dhoni has effected five dismissals in an innings for the fifth time in Tests - the first Indian to perform the feat.

# Dhoni has accomplished the aforesaid feat five times - once each against New Zealand, Australia, Bangladesh,  South Africa and the West Indies.

Topics : Cricket Ravichandran Ashwin Marlon Samuels India Kieran Powell India in West Indies, 2011 Ishant Sharma Kirk Edwards Darren Sammy Gary Kirsten Ravi Rampaul MS Dhoni Bangladesh Varun Aaron Darren Berry West Indies West Indies in India, 2011
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