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Jadeja equals Kohli, Vijay and Rahul

Ravindra Jadeja has been prolific with both bat and ball in this season ESPNcricinfo Ltd

6 Number of 50-plus scores for Ravindra Jadeja in this 2016-17 season, same as by Virat Kohli, Murali Vijay and KL Rahul. Only Cheteshwar Pujara (12) has made more such scores in the season. Jadeja is also the second-highest wicket-taker in the season.

3 Players to score 500-plus runs and take 50-plus wickets in a season - Kapil Dev in 1979-80, Mitchell Johnson in 2008-09 and Jadeja in this 2016-17 season. Jadeja has made 556 runs and picked up 68 wickets in 13 matches, both being higher than those of Kapil and Johnson's numbers. Jadeja averages 42.76 with bat and 23.48 with ball.

64 Wickets for Nathan Lyon against India - the second-most by a spinner. He edged past Lance Gibbs (63) and Derek Underwood (62). Only Muttiah Muralitharan (105) has more than Lyon against India. Lyon's strike rate of 56.7 is better than Muralitharan's 66.8.

5 Five-wicket hauls for Lyon against India, in 14 Tests. Against all other teams he has registered only four such hauls in 53 Tests. Out of his nine five-fors, this was his seventh in the first innings of Tests. Against India, four of his five five-fors have come in the first innings. In the Bangalore Test, he went wicketless in the second innings after taking 8 for 50 in the first innings.

64.93 Average seventh-wicket partnership for India in this season - the second-highest for any wicket. Only 4th wicket with 68.75 has been more productive. There have been four century partnerships and four fifty stands for the seventh-wicket in 17 innings of 2016-17. Incidentally, prior to this season India did not have a century stand for the seventh-wicket for 34 consecutive innings since England tour of 2014. Wriddhiman Saha had added 199 runs for this wicket with Pujara in the last Test and 96 with Jadeja this time.

5 Wickets taken by Pat Cummins off short-pitched deliveries in this series, out of his seven wickets. All other bowlers combined have managed only four wickets from those deliveries. Cummins has already bowled the most short balls in this series (112) despite not playing the first two Tests. His partner Josh Hazlewood has bowled only 86 short balls, which is 12.68% of his deliveries compared to Cummins deliveries 27.05% balls short.