Over the course of the first three ODIs, Glenn Maxwell has managed only 58 runs while falling three times to the same bowler, Yuzvendra Chahal. What are the cunning plans behind India's success against him?
Despite a century from Aaron Finch, Australia conceded many clutch moments and, subsequently, the series, plagued by a familiar batting collapse
Aakash Chopra dissects Aaron Finch's well-paced century, Hardik Pandya's growth as a batsman, and Australia's new-ball tactics
The most consecutive wins for India, Hardik Pandya's six-hitting prowess and Australia's 11-match winless run feature in the statistical highlights from the third ODI
No other batsman has come close to the rate at which Rohit Sharma has cleared the boundary over the last four years. On Sunday, his stand-and-deliver style helped him dominate Australia
No. of fifties for Pandya in ODIs, including the one in this match. All have come this year and all at strike rate of over 100.
Last time India had a century opening partnership in ODIs at home, before this match. Dhawan and Rahane had shared 231 runs v SL in Cuttack then. This is India's 6th such stand this year.
Runs for which Australia lost 5 wickets after being 224/1 in the 38th over, which started with Finch's dismissal.
No. of centuries for Finch outside Australia out of his 8, including today's. This is also his first century in 14 innings in Asia.
No. of consecutive ODIs without a 50+ opening stand for Australia since Warner and Head added 284 v Pak at Adelaide. Warner & Finch added 70 in this match.
India's win-loss record at Holkar Stadium in Indore, before today's game. They have won all their 4 ODIs and 1 Test played at the venue.