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Australia vs India: Numbers from Day 2 at the Sydney Cricket Ground

Australia vs India: Numbers from Day 2 at the Sydney Cricket Ground

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  1. Cheteshwar Pujara’s 1258 balls faced is the most by a visiting batsman in a four-match series in Australia.
  2. Rishabh Pant’s 159* is the highest score by an Indian wicket-keeper overseas, eclipsing MS Dhoni’s 148 at Faisalabad.
  3. Since 2018, only Virat Kohli and Babar Azam average more than Rishabh Pant in international cricket among batsmen with at least 56 innings.
  4. 7/622 is India’s third highest innings total outside Asia.
  5. Since his debut, nobody has scored as many scores above 90 as Pant.
  6. Australia has bowled 4000+ balls in a four-match series sixteen times, the most recent two coming in their last three series.
  7. Pujara has left 274 balls in the series, only 12 fewer than Tim Paine, Aaron Finch, Marcus Harris, Travis Head, Peter Handscomb and Mitchell Marsh combined.
  8. Mitchell Starc’s average speed in the series is 147.5 km/h, his all-time highest.
  9. Australian fast-bowlers have bowled only 8.5% of the balls at the stumps, the second lowest rate at home since 2007.
  10. India is the only side to declare in three consecutive innings against Australia, once in 2008 at Delhi and Mohali and now in this series.
  11. India has the highest number of 600+ totals at the SCG by a visiting side.
  12. Nathan Lyon has the only LBW dismissal of the series by an Australian, 25 times Indians got out this way in the series against England.
  13. Pujara has batted over 1700 minutes in this series, time enough to have batted throughout a Test match all on his own.

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