Best performances - Batsmen
Player Of The Match
Player Of The Series
Hours of play (local time)
AUSTRALIA 572/7d(152.3 OVERS)1ST INNINGS INDIA 475(162 OVERS)1ST INNINGS AUSTRALIA 251/6d(40 OVERS)2ND INNINGS
Commentator: Abhishek Purohit
Aggregate runs scored this series, the most ever in a series of four or fewer Tests.
The highest 4th innings score made by an overseas team in a successful chase at the SCG in 82 years
Runs scored by Steven Smith in this series, the most by any batsman in a Test series of four or fewer matches
Number of times that a bowler has conceded 100+ runs in this series, the most ever in a Test series.
Number of Indians who have completed the allround double of 1000 runs and 100 wickets - Ashwin is the ninth
Number of previous instances where both teams have gone past 400 in the 1st innings of each Test in a series (min. 3 Tests)
Number of times that teams have gone past 400 this series, the most ever in a Test series
Number of Indian batsmen who have scored four hundreds in a series - Sunil Gavaskar (twice) and Virat Kohli
Number of hundreds scored by captains in this series, the most ever in a Test series
Years since an Indian opener played 250 balls in an inns in Australia - Ravi Shastri in 1992, and now KL Rahul (262 balls)
Balls played by Rohit Sharma, the second most by an Indian No. 3 this series (Pujara played 135 balls in the 1st inns at Adelaide)
Australia's captain Steven Smith scored yet another century - his fourth of the series - to help his side draw the fourth and final Test match against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday.
Our correspondent gets acquainted with Australian fauna, and refuses to answer questions about his wardrobe
Australia had to settle for a draw in the Sydney Test, but the sight of Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood hooping the reverse-swinging Kookaburra around late on day five was an encouraging one for the future
Stats highlights from the fifth day of the fourth Test between India and Australia, in Sydney
Faced with the negative momentum that threatened to drag India down, Ajinkya Rahane and Bhuvneshwar Kumar showed plenty of self-possession to pull their team to safety