Australia v India, 2nd ODI, Brisbane January 15, 2016

Highest total by a visiting team at the Gabba

Stats highlights from the second ODI between Australia and India at the Gabba where the hosts recorded their 16th consecutive win at home.

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16 Number of consecutive ODIs won by Australia at home including this. This is the joint longest streak of win in ODIs at home by any team. West Indies had such a streak from 1986 to 1990 and Sri Lanka won 16 consecutive ODIs at home (excluding the walkovers against Australia and West Indies in the 1996 World Cup).

301 The previous highest target chased in ODIs at the Gabba, which the hosts themselves did against England in 2014. This is also the fourth highest target to be successfully overhauled in ODIs in Australia and only the seventh in excess of 300.

2 Instances before this match when a team failed to defend totals of 300 or more in back-to-back ODIs. West Indies had lost to India in two consecutive ODIs in 2002. In the first game though, India were declared winners on the basis of Duckworth-Lewis method by 83 runs while chasing a target of 301. The second instance came in the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy in 2007 when Australia failed to defend targets of 337 and 348 in the second and third game of the series. With this defeat India have failed to defend targets of 300 or more on ten occasions, which is second only to England's 11 instances.

2 Batsmen who have got five or more ODI hundreds against Australia before Rohit. Sachin Tendulkar made nine hundreds in 70 innings and Desmond Haynes made six in 64 innings. Rohit is the quickest among the three, having taken only 20 innings for the milestone. Tendulkar took 21 innings and Haynes 28. Rohit has made 1151 runs in ODIs against Australia at 71.93 including five hundreds and two fifties.

2 Batsmen before Rohit Sharma with back-to-back ODI hundreds against Australia in Australia. Graeme Hick had done this with hundreds in Sydney and Adelaide in 1999. VVS Laxman had got hundreds in Brisbane and Sydney in 2004.

0 Number of ODI totals by visiting teams at the Gabba higher than India's 308 in this game. The previous highest was Sri Lanka's 306 against the hosts in 2011-12, made while chasing a target of 322. India's score is also the fourth highest ODI total by any team at this venue.

295 Runs scored by Rohit between dismissals in his last two innings - he had made an unbeaten 171 in the previous ODI - which is the second highest score by a batsman between dismissals in ODIs against Australia. Haynes had made 375 runs - scores of 102*, 104*, 123* and 46 in four consecutive innings - the highest such aggregate by a batsman.

95.85 George Bailey's average in ODIs against India. His 76* in this innings was his sixth fifty-plus score against them in nine innings. In each of these innings he has scored more than 70 runs.

1 Number of batsmen before Rohit who scored three ODI hundreds against Australia in Australia. Viv Richards got three hundreds in 38 innings against them. Apart from Rohit, Laxman is the only India batsman to get more than one hundred against the hosts in Australia.

2000 The last time Australia had an opening stand in ODIs against India higher than the 145-run partnership between Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh. Adam Gilchrist and Mark Waugh had added 163 runs for the first wicket in Adelaide. The partnership in this match was Australia's joint fifth-highest opening stand against India in ODIs. This was also the fourth-highest opening stand at the Gabba in ODIs.

125 Partnership between Rohit and Virat Kohli - the third highest for any wicket by a visiting pair in ODIs at the Gabba against Australia. Rohit and Kohli have already added 332 runs in two innings in this series. This is already the third-highest runs added for the second wicket in any bilateral series against Australia. This was the ninth century stand between the two in ODIs. Click here for India pairs with most century stands in ODIs.

124 Runs by Rohit in this match - the highest by an overseas batsman in ODIs against the hosts at the Gabba and the joint second-highest by an overseas batsman against any opposition at this venue. This is also the joint second-highest score by an opener in ODIs at this venue.

2 Number of scores by India's No. 4 higher than Ajinkya Rahane's 89 in ODIs, against Australia. Ajay Jadeja is the only one to make a century against them - he had got an unbeaten 100 at the Oval in the 1999 World Cup. Mohammad Azharuddin had got 94 in Mohali. Rahane also completed 2000 runs in ODIs during his innings. He has 2041 runs at 33.45 in 63 innings including two hundreds and 14 fifties.

38/5 India's total in the last five overs of their innings. India lost four wickets in the last two overs and scored only 13 runs. India were well placed at 233 for 2 at the end of the 40th over before their innings derailed, with the last ten overs producing 75 runs for the loss of six wickets.

Shiva Jayaraman is a senior sub-editor (stats) at ESPNcricinfo.com. @shiva_cricinfo.

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