- M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Karnataka State Cricket Association, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Bangalore - 560001
Player of the match
Scorer: Thilak Ram | Commentator: Karthik Krishnaswamy
The Australian legspinner successfully figured out how to counter the Indian big-hitter after he had smashed him around earlier in the series
From subtle changes in line to aid the spinners to fields that did not help the fast bowlers, Aakash Chopra breaks down the Bengaluru ODI for us
The Australia opener's ODI career has hit top gear in the last two years, culminating in a record hundred in Bengaluru
Australia failed to fully capitalise on a 231-run opening stand, but better fielding than India and excellent bowling from their quicks made sure India's ODI juggernaut was halted at nine wins in a row, still their longest streak
Bengaluru's M Chinnaswamy Stadium, with its short boundaries, is a spinner's nightmare. But for Chahal, it's a ground where he thrives
No. of players to score a century in their 100th ODI, including Warner. He's the first Australia player to do so and first by any player in last 10 years.
Previous highest partnership in ODIs at Chinnaswamy for any wicket, between Watson and Haddin against Canada in 2011 World Cup. Warner and Finch have gone past that stand.
Last time an opening pair added 100+ runs against India in India, before Warner and Finch doing in this game. Finch and Hughes were the last to do in Pune in 2013-14 tour.
Australia's average first powerplay score this series in the first 3 ODIs - scores of 47, 47 and 49. In this match they added 63 runs without losing a wicket, their most in this series.
No. of ODIs for Warner. He's the 28th Australia player to appear in 100 or more ODIs.
Last time India lost an ODI at Chinnaswamy Stadium. Since then they have played 7, won 5, tied 1 and 1 was no-result. India have lost only one ODI v Aus at the venue in 6 previous encounters.