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  Statistical Highlights - Australia v. India - 6/01/2015  
  Dave Warner scored 101 runs from 114 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his twelfth century, see Players Scoring Ten Centuries , fourth against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, first at the Sydney Cricket Ground, see Performances in Australia, and he has now scored 3,129 runs at an average of 48.89. See Australian Players Batting 30 Innings with Average of 45 or Better. Also, his scoring rate of 74.54 is the second highest by an Australian player. See Fastest Scoring Rates for Players with Minimum 1000 Runs.

Chris Rogers scored 95 runs from 1?? balls in the first innings of the match, which was the first time that he has been dismissed in the 90's, see Batting Progressive Average and Aggregate , it was was his tenth half century, fifth against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and it was his fifth half century in consecutive innings. See Players Scoring 50s in Most Consecutive Innings . Rogers has now scored 1,479 runs at an average of 38.92. See Australian Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.

Steve Smith scored 117 runs from 208 balls in the first innings of the match against India, which was his eighth century, fourth in consecutive matches, see Players Scoring 100s in Three or more Consecutive Matches, fourth century in the series, see Players Scoring 3 Hundreds in a Series , fourth century against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, first at the Sydney Cricket Ground, see Performances in Australia, and he has scored seven of his eight centuries when Australia bats first, where he averages 82.8. See Performance Analysis by Innings Number . Smith has now scored 2,233 runs, see Australian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs. and his average of 51.93, is the best by a current Australian player. See Australian Players Batting 30 Innings with Average of 45 or Better. Also, his 50/100 conversion ratio is 47.0%, which is the third best by a current Australian player. See Scoring 2,000 Runs with a 50/100 Conversion Rate of 40% or Better .

Shane Watson scored 81 runs from 183 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his twenty fourth half century, fifth against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and his 50/100 conversion ratio is 14.29%, which is the third worst by an Australian player scoring over 2,000 runs, but the worst by an Australian player who has batted in positions 1 to 6. See Scoring 2,000 Runs with a 50/100 Conversion Rate of Less than 20% . Watson has now scored 3,630 runs at an average of 35.94. See Australian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

Mohammad Shami took 5/112 in the first innings of the match, which was the second time that he has taken five wickets in an innings, first against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 46 wickets at an average of 36.22. See Mohammed Shami.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar took 0/122 in the first innings of the match, which was the first time that he has conceded more than 100 runs without taking a wicket, see Bowlers Conceding 100 Runs in an Innings without Taking a Wicket, and he has now taken 28 wickets at an average of 34.61. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Chris Rogers scored 56 runs from 77 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his eleventh half century, sixth against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and it was his sixth half century in consecutive innings. See Players Scoring 50s in Most Consecutive Innings . Rogers has now scored 1,535 runs at an average of 39.36. See Australian Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.

Virat Kohli scored 147 runs from 230 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his tenth century, sixth against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, fourth in this series, see Players Scoring 3 Hundreds in a Series , first at the Sydney Cricket Ground, see Performances in Australia, and seven of his ten centuries scored when India bat second. See Performance Analysis by Innings Number . Kohli has now scored 2,501 runs at an average of 46.31. See Indian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

Ravi Ashwin scored 50 runs from 111 balls in the first innings of the match, which took his aggregate to 1,006 runs at an average of 37.26, and he became the ninth Indian player to reach the 1,000 runs/100 wickets milestone. See Indian Players Scoring 1000 Runs and Taking 100 Wickets.

Australia drew the match with India at the Sydney Cricket Ground, and they have now won 28, lost 5, and drawn 11 of the 44 matches played between the two countries in Australia, see Australia v India, and won 5, lost 1, and drawn 5 of the 11 matches between the two countries at the Sydney Cricket Ground. See Australia v India. Australia won the the 4 match series 2-0, and have now won 8 , lost 0, and drawn 3 of the 11 series played against India at home. See Test Series for Australia Versus India at Home . The series win enabled Australia to regain the Border Gavaskar Trophy. See Test Series -The Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Australia - India) -History.

Sydney Cricket Ground has now had 18 draws (17.48%) in 103 matches after the drawn match between Australia and India. See Sydney Cricket Ground. The 17.48% of drawn matches ranks fourth in a comparison of Australian Grounds. See Home /Away Side Win Percentage for Grounds in Australia.

Virat Kohli scored 46 runs from 95 balls in the second innings of the match, which took his aggregate for the series to 692 runs at an average of 86.5, which is the most runs by an Indian player in a 4 match series. See Players Scoring Most Runs in Series with 4 Tests. Virat Kohli has now scored 2,547 runs at an average of 46.31. See Indian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

Steve Smith scored 71 runs from 70 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his tenth half century, third against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and it took his aggregate in the series to 769 runs at an average of 128.17, which is the highest of any player. See Players Scoring Most Runs in Series with 4 Tests. Steve Smith has now scored 2,304 runs at an average of 52.36. See Australian Players Batting 30 Innings with Average of 45 or Better.

 
 
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