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Monday, 16 June 2014

Stats: Bangladesh vs India, 1st ODI – Sahara Cup 2014

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Including Parvez Rasool and Akshar Patel, seven players have debuted for India in ODIs over the last one year. No other Full Member nation has had more debutants in this period. England have had as many debutants as India in this phase. (Useful Link: Report: Bangladesh vs India, 1st ODI – Sahara Cup 2014)

This is the second time that two spinners are making their ODI debuts for India in the same match and the 35th time that two or more India players are making their debut in the same match.

Robin Uthappa scored exactly 50 before being dismissed today. His last four 50+ scores have been between 50 and 55. Today's match was also the first time that Uthappa bowled in 39 ODIs.

India's five regular bowlers had collectively played 56 previous games. Bangladesh's bowlers in today's match had collective experience of 529 games.

Cheteshwar Pujara has now scored two ducks in his three ODI innings. He scored 13 in his only other innings, which means that his ODI average is a disappointing 4.33.

Mahmudullah played his 100th ODI today. He has now become the 10th player to play 100 ODIs for Bangladesh. Mahmudullah's batting average of 69 and bowling average of 198 against India, are his highest and lowest respectively against any team in ODIs.

Bangladesh have now scored 250+ runs in an ODI innings against India on eight occasions. They have not done this more than three times against any other opposition, except Zimbabwe (11 times).

Both Indian openers, Ajinkya Rahane and Robin Uthappa, scored a fifty each today, making this only the second instance of both Indian openers scoring fifties in an ODI against Bangladesh.

Shakib Al Hasan's 52 off 58 balls, was his fifth half century against India in only nine ODIs.

source: cricinfo.com

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