MS Dhoni on the cusp of breaking two records in 2nd ODI    AFP
MS Dhoni on the verge of breaking two records in 2nd ODI AFP

1 win-loss ratio for India against South Africa at SuperSport Park, Centurion, venue of the 2nd ODI, their best on any ground in South Africa. They have won 2 (their first 2, in fact, in 1992-93 and 2001-02) and lost 2(in 2006-07 and 2010-11), while a match was washed out in 2013-14. Against other teams on the same venue, India have won 2 matches and lost 3.

0.285 India s win-loss ratio against South Africa in South Africa (6 wins, 21 defeats), their second-worst against any country at their den with a 5-ODI cut-off. However, they have done a reasonable job against other countries in South Africa, winning 12 and losing 5.

98 runs needed by MS Dhoni (9,902) to become the 4th Indian after Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, and Rahul Dravid and the 12th overall to the 10,000-run mark. Of these, 174 runs have come for Asia XI.

2 dismissals needed by MS Dhoni (293 catches, 105 stumpings) to become the 4th cricketer after Kumar Sangakkara, Adam Gilchrist, and Mark Boucher to the 400-dismissal mark. Of these, 3 catches and 3 stumpings have come for Asia XI.

2 uncapped ODI players in the South African squad Lungi Ngidi and Khaya Zondo. They can become the 124th and 125th ODI players for South Africa.

1 catch needed by David Miller to reach the 50-catch mark. He will become the 12th South African and 110th overall non-wicketkeeper to the landmark.

1 catch needed by Virat Kohli (14) to reach the 3rd spot among non-wicketkeepers for most catches in India-South Africa ODIs. Kohli will go past Jonty Rhodes. The list is led by Graeme Smith (19), followed by Rahul Dravid (17).