198 balls, no wickets, a first for spinners in India

Kuldeep Yadav completes his action BCCI

198 - Deliveries bowled by spinners in this match without picking any wicket, which is the most in an ODI in India. India spinners bowled 126 balls and West Indies 72 balls. There have been only four ODIs overall where spinners bowled more deliveries without finding any wicket.

2 - Number of higher individual scores in successful chases against India than Shimron Hetmyer's 139 in this Chennai ODI. The highest is Sanath Jayasuriya's 151 not out at Wankhede in 1997. The previous highest by a West Indies batsman in a successful chase versus India was Ricardo Powell's 124 in the final of Singapore Challenge in 1999.

2 - Instances of two batsmen scoring centuries in a successful chase against India. The first was by Australia in 2016 in Perth where Steven Smith and George Bailey scored hundreds. It was the third instance of two West Indies batsmen scoring centuries in a successful chase.

218 - The partnership between Hetmyer and Shai Hope in this game, which is the highest by a West Indies pair while chasing. The previous highest was unbeaten 200-run stand between Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Stuart Williams at Bridgetown in 1997.

It is also the second-highest by any pair against India while chasing, behind 242 between Smith and Bailey in Perth three years ago.

0 - Number of bigger targets chased by West Indies while losing two or fewer wickets than the 288 in this game. Their previous highest successful chase losing two or fewer wickets was 248 against Australia at St George's in 2003. This is West Indies' third-highest successful run-chase against India.

85(50) - Hetmyer's numbers against Ravindra Jadeja on this tour. In the three innings Jadeja has bowled to Hetmyer, he has been smashed for 85 runs off 50 balls including nine sixes. Hetmyer has hit 19 sixes in the four matches on this tour - three T20Is and an ODI - and nine of those hits have come against Jadeja in three meetings.

8.68 -Shivam Dube's economy in this game is the worst by an India bowler on his ODI debut bowling five or more overs. The previous worst was Ashok Mankad's 8.05 (47 runs in 5.5 overs) in 1974.