Statistical highlights of the second one-dayer between India and Australia here.
* Shikhar Dhawan’s 95 off 86 balls is his first fifty in ODIs in India.
* In the Indian wins, Dhawan is averaging 51.56 – his tally being 825 in 17 matches, including three centuries and four fifties.
* Dhawan’s tally of 809 (ave.53.93) in 16 matches, including three hundreds and three fifties, is the second highest by an Indian batsman in ODIs in 2013, next only to Virat Kohli – 850 (ave.50.00) in 24 matches.
* India has won three consecutive ODIs at Jaipur for the first time – one each vs South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.
* India’s nine-wicket triumph is their biggest in terms of wickets against Australia in ODIs.
* India enjoys a 100 per cent record against Australia at Jaipur, winning both its ODIs.
* India (362 for one) has recorded its highest successful chase in ODIs, eclipsing the 330 for four vs Pakistan at Mirpur on March 18, 2012. The score is the second highest successful chase in ODIs behind South Africa’s 438 for nine with one ball to spare against Australia at Johannesburg on March 12, 2006.
* India achieved the target successfully for the loss of one wicket – the highest ever for the loss of one wicket in ODIs, eclipsing Sri Lanka’s 348 for one vs India at Kingston on July 2, 2013.
* India successfully chased a total of 300 or more against Australia in ODIs for the first time, eclipsing the 292 for five at Visakhapatnam on October 20, 2010.
* India’s run-rate of 8.32 is the fourth highest in successful chase of 300 or more in the history of ODIs.
* Of the top six successful chases in ODIs, five have been registered against Australia.
* Glenn Maxwell (53 off 32 balls) has posted his third fifty in ODIs – his first vs India.
* Australia’s 359 for five is now the second highest by any team at Jaipur. It has emulated its highest total vs India in ODIs, having scored 359 for two at Johannesburg on March 23, 2003 and 359 for five at Sydney on February 8, 2004.
* Rohit Sharma and Dhawan put on 176 – India’s highest opening partnership vs Australia in ODIs, eclipsing the 175 between Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar at Kanpur on April 7, 1998.
* Rohit and Kohli put on a second-wicket stand of 186 (unbroken) – India’s highest partnership for any wicket in ODIs at Jaipur. The partnership is also the highest for the second wicket by any pair at this venue.
* Forty eight boundaries (36 fours and 12 sixes) have been recorded in Australia’s innings – their highest against India. Fifty boundaries (39 fours and 11 sixes) have been recorded in India’s total – their highest vs Australia in ODIs.
* Overall, the match has witnessed 75 fours and 23 sixes and 438 runs have been recorded through boundaries in the match – the third highest tally in this way in an ODI.
* The South Africa-Australia game at Johannesburg on March 12, 2006 had witnessed 504 runs through boundaries – 87 fours and 26 sixes – a record.
* Phillip Hughes (83 off 103 balls) has posted his maiden half-century away from home in six ODIs.
* Aaron Finch (50 off 53 balls) has registered his second fifty in ODIs.