Australia v India, 2nd Test, Brisbane, 4th day December 20, 2014

The highest Test run-rate in Australia

Stats highlights from the fourth day of the second Test between India and Australia in Brisbane

Shane Watson has been dismissed by Ishant Sharma six times in Tests, the third most by any bowler © Getty Images

5 Number of times a team has lost a Test inside four days after making 400-plus in the first innings of the match. Australia won four of those Tests, while India won the other.

4.12 The overall run rate during this match, the highest for a Test in Australia and the ninth highest ever. The run-rate during the first Test in Adelaide was 3.98, the third highest for a Test in Australia.

60 The partnership between Shikhar Dhawan and Umesh Yadav for the eighth wicket - the highest stand for the eighth, ninth or tenth wickets during the second innings of a Gabba Test.

6 Number of consecutive Tests India have lost in Australia. Also, Australia extended their unbeaten streak in Brisbane to 26 Tests - 19 wins and seven draws.

46 Number of innings Cheteshwar Pujara took to pass 2000 Test runs, the eighth fastest by an Indian. Rahul Dravid holds the Indian record - 40 innings.

9 Number of consecutive Test innings where India have lost a cluster of five or more wickets for 100 runs or less. India lost five wickets for 41 runs during their second innings in this Gabba Test, going from 1 for 76 to 6 for 117.

6 Number of times Shane Watson has been dismissed by Ishant Sharma in Tests - only Stuart Broad (seven) and James Anderson (eight) have dismissed Watson more times.

17.10 Mitchell Johnson's bowling average when he bowls in Tests after having made a 50-plus score. Johnson scored 88 in Australia's first innings, and then returned figures of 4 for 61 in India's second innings.

9 Number of opening batsmen who have made 50-plus scores in both innings of a Test in Brisbane. Chris Rogers made 55 in both innings in this Test. The last Australian batsman to do this was Justin Langer, in 2006.

8 Number of times MS Dhoni has been dismissed for a duck when captaining India - the most ducks in Tests by captain-keeper and the third most for any captain, after Graeme Smith (10) and Stephen Fleming (13).

9 Number of catches taken by Brad Haddin in this Test, the second most by an Australian. Adam Gilchrist took ten catches against New Zealand in Hamilton in 2000. Overall, there have been 19 instances of a keeper taking nine or more catches in a Test.

9 Number of players who have won a Man-of-the-Match award on captaincy debut; Steven Smith is the ninth. The others are Anil Kumble, Brendon Taylor, Greg Chappell, Imran Khan, Kevin Pietersen, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Shakib Al Hasan and Waqar Younis.

Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor at ESPNCricinfo. @bishen_jeswant

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