India vs England: Fourth ODI statistical review

Suresh Raina in action during the fourth ODI Getty Images

Mumbai: Oct 24, 2011

Statistical highlights of the fourth ODI between India and England here.

# England (220) have recorded their lowest total in three ODIs at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

# India’s run-rate of 5.55 is their third highest at Wankhede Stadium, next only to the 7.47 against Sri Lanka on January 17,1987 and 5.73 against Sri Lanka on April 3, 2011.

# Tim Bresnan (45) has recorded his highest innings against India, eclipsing the 28 at The Oval on September 9, 2011.

# Bresnan’s aforesaid knock is his second highest in ODIs – the highest is 80 against Australia at Centurion on October 2, 2009.

# Jonathan Trott has become the first England player to amass 1300 runs or more in a calendar year, aggregating 1310 at an average of 54.58 in 28 ODIs.

# Trott is averaging 58.25 against India in ODIs, aggregating 466 in 9 matches, including four fifties, with 98 not out at Mohali on October 20, 2011 as his highest.

# Trott has totalled 197 runs at an average of 65.66 in four games, including one fifty – the most by an English player in the current bilateral series.

# Suresh Raina’s match-winning 80 off 62 balls is his third innings of 80 or more against England in ODIs.

# Overall, Raina has registered seven fifties against England – his 19th in ODIs.

# Raina has averaged fifty-plus in a winning cause, aggregating 2026 runs at an average of 51.94 in 75 matches, including two centuries and 16 fifties.

# Raina now averages 40.11 against England, totalling 682 in 21 matches, including seven fifties.

# Raina has received his third Man-of-the-Match award against England – his seventh in ODIs.

# India’s well-deserved six-wicket triumph is their first in three matches over England at Wankhede Stadium in ODIs.

# India’s aforesaid win is their tenth in sixteen ODIs at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. India have beaten South Africa, Australia, Sri Lanka and England in their last four games at this venue.

# Dhoni is averaging 50.56 in ODIs, aggregating 6422 in 195 matches.

# Dhoni’s average against England is quite impressive, aggregating 905 (ave 47.63) in 28 matches.

# Dhoni’s superb success percentage of 62.13 is the best amongst Indian captains, who have captained in atleast 10 games in ODIs.

# Varun Aaron’s superb bowling figures of 3 for 24 are the best by an Indian bowler on debut at home and the second best overall. Noel David had claimed3 for 21 on debut against West Indies at Port of Spain on April 27, 1997.

# Steven Finn (3/45) has produced his best bowling figures in ODIs.

# Virat Kohli is the first player to aggregate 200 runs in the present bilateral series – 270 at an average of 135.00 in four matches.

# Virat’s superb unbeaten 86 off 99 balls is his 17th half-century in ODIs – his second against England.

# Virat’s batting record is excellent against England, aggregating 472 (ave 59.00) in ten ODIs, including two centuries and two fifties.

# Virat has managed 1138 (ave 47.41) in 28 matches – the second highest in ODIs in 2011.

# Raina and Kohli were associated in a partnership of 131 for the fourth wicket – India’s highest for any wicket at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. (PTI)