Records for all West Indies-India ODI matches-2

Continuing from https://abn397.wordpress.com/2017/07/07/records-for-all-west-indies-india-odi-matches-1/ where we looked at the records after the ODI series which concluded on July 6, 2017.

Bowling figures: 20 or more wickets:

WI-Ind wkts

Walsh heads the list, closely followed by Kapil and Kumble. Jadeja (29) and U.Yadav (25) have the most wickets among current players.

M Dillon is the only one with two fivers. Rampaul has the most four-fors (4) followed by Shami with 3.

Best innings bowling (including all 5-fors):

WI-Ind innings bowling

Kumble has the best analysis of 6-12, while the lesser-known Patterson has the best (6-29) for the West Indies. Only JO Holder’s 5-27 is here from the current series.

Bowling averages (minimum 1000 balls bowled):

WI-Ind bowling Avg

Surprisingly the non-regular bowler Viv Richards has the best average. He seems to have done particularly well as a bowler against India.

The best economy rate is 3.17 by Marshall and the best strike rate 28.4, again by Richards. Jadeja has the best average among current players.

Fielding (12 or more dismissals):

WI-Ind dismissals

Dhoni (40) is followed by Dujon (38) at the top. Dhoni has the most stumpings (12) followed by More with 10. Dujon has the most catches by a keeper (34) while Richards (26) and Hooper (25) the most catches by non-keepers.

Best innings fielding (4 and more):

WI-Ind innings fielding

Ramdin is the only one with 5 dismissals and 5 catches as keeper. Dravid has the most catches (4) by a non-keeper.

Best dismissal rate (minimum 20 innings and 0.400):

WI-Ind dism rate

Ramdin has the highest average, followed closely by Dhoni and Jacobs. Richards has the highest for non-keepers

All-round overall performance (see the criteria):

WI-Ind AR overall

Richards tops again, ahead of Hooper and Kapil who were more typical all-rounders.

All-round match performance (40 runs and 4 wickets):

WI-Ind AR match

Only Richards has achieved this.

 

 

Batting last in Tests in India

It is difficult to win a Test in India when the target is over 100, particularly if you are facing Indian bowling.

Here is a list of matches won with the target 100 or more on Indian grounds:

WinChase

Note that the best score by a visiting side is 276/5, by the West Indies team including Viv Richards who scored a century. Australia could successfully chase a target over 100 only once, making 195/2 coincidentally also at Bengaluru. Mark Taylor scored a century on that occasion.

Here are the highest innings scores (50 and above) in successful chases of targets of 100 or more:

Topscorechase

We see the centuries by Viv Richards and Mark Taylor here. Sachin Tendulkar is the only  other one to make a century under these conditions.

Clive Lloyd was making his Test debut, adding to his 82 in his first innings. AR Lewis was also making his debut, and was captain at this stage. He made up for his duck in his first innings.

And these are the best innings bowling figures in Tests won by the bowling side in the 4th innings, where the target was 100 or more:

Fourthinningsbowl

The top spot is Kumble’s ten-for, followed by Klusener’s 8-64 (the best by a visiting bowler) and Hirwani’s 8-75 on debut (adding to 8-61 in his first innings). Ashwin makes numerous appearances here, accompanied by several other Indian spinners.