After NZ’s 2-0 win, the record of Tests between these teams stands at:
A strong home advantage on both sides.
It is also worthwhile to see the WTC points table as on 03 March, where NZ has gained 120 points and India none:
We now look at individual performances, starting with
Most runs, (700 and above):
Taylor and Kohli have the highest totals among current players. Pujara and Williamson are further down.
The most centuries are by Dravid (6), and the most 50+ scores are 12 by Dravid and Tendulkar.
Highest innings scores (150 and above):
While there have been many high scores in the past, this was a low-scoring series. See the scores of Kohli, Rahane and other current players in recent years.
Mankad’s 231 was India’s highest Test score until Gavaskar crossed it with 236* in 1984.
Best batting averages (Min 20 innings, all instances):
Dravid has by far the highest average, followed by Dowling of the 1960s. Williamson and Taylor are further down.
Best strike rates (Min 1000 balls faced, all instances):
Sehwag is the fastest scorer by a large margin. Taylor and Kohli are the fastest among current players, followed by Rahane and Williamson.
To be continued