Australia vs India, 4th Test: Stats Preview – India’s Tour Of Australia 2020-21
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Australia vs India, 4th Test: Stats Preview – India’s Tour Of Australia 2020-21

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The fourth and final Test between the hosts Australia and the visitors India will begin on Friday (15th January) while Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba, Brisbane) will host this Test.

Currently, this four-match Test series is level by 1-1 with one match to go. While Australia won the first Test by 8 wickets at Adelaide (day/night pink-ball Test), India won the second Test at Melbourne by 8 wickets. They met for the third Test at Sydney where the injury-prone visitors brilliantly fought and drew that Test.

Australia vs India, 4th Test: Stats Preview

Venue Stats (Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane)

Average totals in overall and each Test innings

Overall

Overall 1st innings 2nd innings 3rd innings 4th innings
281.18 337.42 321.47 245.09 173.08

In last 5 Tests

Overall 1st innings 2nd innings 3rd innings 4th innings
300.78 334.20 338 227 306

Australia and India – Test records at this venue

Team Matches Won Lost Tied Draw Win%
Australia 62 40 8 1 13 64.51
India 6 0 5 0 1
  • Since December 1989, Australia haven’t lost a Test at Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba Brisbane). Their last Test defeat at this venue was in November 1988 when West Indies beat them by 9 wickets. After that, Australia have played 31 Tests at this venue where they won 24 Tests and drew 7 other Tests.

Teams’ Stats

Australia vs India: Head-to-Head Test records

Stats Total Tests Australia Won India Won Tied Draw
Overall 101 43 29 1 28
In the last 10 Tests 10 2 5 0 3
In Australia 51 30 8 0 13
In last 5 Tests in Australia 5 1 2 0 2
At Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba, Brisbane) 6 5 0 0 1

Forms of Australia and India in last 5 Tests

Team Won Lost Tied Draw
Australia 3 1 0 1
India 1 3 0 1

 

(Australia)

David Warner – 15000 international runs

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David Warner (Credits: Twitter)

i) The left-handed batsman David Warner has scored 14982 international runs. Scoring 18 more runs, Warner will be four Australian left-handed batsman and eighth Australian batsman to score 15000 runs in international career.

– most runs as an Australian opener

i) David Warner has scored 14754 international runs as an opening batsman. The left-handed opening batsman is 72 runs away to surpass former Aussie left-handed batsman Matthew Hayden (14825 runs) and become the most international run-scorer as an Australian opening batsman.

Nathan Lyon – 100th Test

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Nathan Lyon (Photo-Getty)

i) Off-spinner Nathan Lyon will play his 100th Test. He will be 13th Australian cricketer to appear in 100 Test matches.

– 200 international wickets at home

i) The off-spinner Nathan Lyon has picked up 198 international wickets at home. He needs two more wickets to become the second Australian spinner to claim 200 international wickets at home. The legendary leg-spinner Shane Warner was the first Aussie spinner to claim 200 international wickets at home as he got 453 international wickets at home.

– 400 Test wickets

i) Nathan Lyon has taken 396 wickets in Test career. Lyon will become the third Australian bowler to claim 400 Test wickets by picking up four more wickets. The first two Aussie bowlers in this list are former leg-spinner Shane Warne (708 wickets) and right-arm pacer Glenn McGrath (563 wickets).

(India)

Cheteshwar Pujara – 1000 Test runs in Australia

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Cheteshwar Pujara (Credits – Twitter)

i) Cheteshwar Pujara has scored 912 Test runs in Australia. Scoring 88 more runs, Pujara will become the fifth Indian batsman to score 1000 Test runs in Australia.

– 10th most Test run-scorer for India

i) Cheteshwar Pujara is currently the 11th most Test run-scorer with 6030 Test runs. Scoring 51 more runs, he will surpass Gundappa Viswanath (6080 runs) and become the 10th most Test run-scorer for India.

Ravichandran Ashwin – 2500 Test runs

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Ravichandran Ashwin.. (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

i) While Ravichandran Ashwin has already taken 377 Test wickets, he has also scored 2467 Test runs. He is 33 runs away to complete his 2500 Test runs and become the only third Indian all-rounder with 2500 runs and 350+ wickets in Test career. Only Kapil Dev (5248 Test runs and 434 Test wickets) and Anil Kumble (2506 Test runs and 619 Test wickets) managed to achieve this feat for this team.