79- The highest score in the Australian batsman series, which was the final test by Marcus Harris. Australia is the highest score in the last 100 years in two or more tests. The indictment reached eight centuries, but no one got three figures. On the other hand, the Indian battles lasted for five centuries, making Cheteshwar Pujara one of three.
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27.02- It is the average of the six major Australian departments, that is to say In the second, in a home session of two or more games in the last 100 years. The first six-test average in India 37.51.
4- The Indian partners exceeded an average of 40 series: Cheteshwar Pujara (74.42), Mayank Agarwal (65), Rishabh Pant (58.33) and Virat Kohli (40.28). At home, there was no sudden average 40. Harris, Travis Head and Marnus Labuschangne in the 30s.
167- Australia's No.3 batman was ranked Usman Khawaja, an average of 27.83, fifty. Number 3 of India – Pujara – 521 scaled the average of 74.42 and Serial Players. Subida received 1258 shipments, that is, the Khawaja double more than 509 balls. Pujara played more ball than Australia's first two run-getters.
30.90- Combined bowling in the first three Australian races – Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood – in this series. By comparison, the fast pace of Indian Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami was 21.62. Starc has an average rating of 34.53 The third-worst in the domestic series, Hazlewood's 30.61, is the second of the worst in the domestic series.
17.00- Bumrah's average, fifth best, pacer visitor in a series of australian wickets of 20 or more. The 21 wickets of Bumrah have also been the fastest in the Australian series, South Africa, England or New Zealand.
24.75- The average Indian runner of the fastest seven opponents, an old balloon, that is, between the 41s and the 80s. Indian racing won 20 wickets with an old ball. On the other hand, Australian midfielder only managed eight wickets at an average of 68.88. However, Australia's races have improved with a new ball from 1 to 20, compared to India.
8.79- In India's average batting and bowling series, the fifth best ever was played in Australia, South Africa, England and New Zealand. India average 34.69 and 25.90 balls.
SENA: South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia