Hope that you have read Part 1.
First, a summary of all ODIs between the teams:
Australia has a healthy overall lead of 77-49, though they are just ahead 29-27 for matches in India.
Coming to individual performances:
Most runs (750 and above):
The first two names would be easily guessed, while RG Sharma, Kohli and Dhoni follow. Other current players include Finch and Dhawan.
The most centuries are by Tendulkar (9), Kohli (8) and RG Sharma (7).
The most 50+ scores are by Tendulkar (24),Ponting (15) and RG Sharma (14).
Highest innings scores (115 and above):
The highest in this series was 143 by Dhawan followed by 123 by Kohli. RG Sharma made 133 earlier this year.
Highest batting average (Min 20 innings, all instances):
RG Sharma continues to head the table by a large margin. Kohli and Dhoni are the next among current players. Other current players are Finch, Dhawan, Maxwell with Jadeja bringing up the rear.
Highest strike rate (Minimum 500 balls faced, 75.00 and above):
Maxwell now moves into the top spot. Dhawan, SPD Smith, Warner and Kohli are next among current players.
Now for Bowling:
Most wickets (20 and above):
Most bowlers in this series are less experienced. Only Jadeja and B Kumar can be seen here.
The most 5wis are 4 by B Lee. No one else has more than 1.
The most 4+Wis are 4 by B Lee and 3 by Agarkar and Johnson.
Best innings bowling (including all 5wi):
The first two on the table are by relatively lesser-known players. Only PJ Cummins appears here from the current series and YS Chahal from the earlier series this year.
Best bowling average (Minimum 1000 balls, all instances):
Only Jadeja appears from the current series, and he has the worst average.
B Lee has the best average as well as strike rate, while Kapil has the best economy rate.
Now for Fielding:
Most dismissals (Minimum 10):
Gilchrist heads this table with Dhoni at some distance behind. Kohli and Maxwell are next among current players.
The most stumpings are by Dhoni (18), the most catches by a keeper are by Gilchrist (73) and most be a non-keeper are by Tendulkar (31) followed by Kohli (22).
Most dismissals in innings (4 and above):
Note Clarke’s 4 catches in an innings.
New keeper AT Carey has the only instance from current players .
Highest dismissal rate (Minimum 20 innings, 0.400):
Gilchrist and Dhoni head this table again. The best by a non-keeper is that of GJ Maxwell.
Kohli, Finch and Dhawan also appear here.
Overall (see criteria in table):
Oddly enough, the first three here are not considered to be regular all-rounders.
All-round match performances (Minimum 40 runs and 4 wickets):
Tendulkar’s performance is the best here. That came in the inaugural ICC Knock-out competition which is now known as the Champions Trophy.