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Home runs for Shaun Marsh

MS Dhoni dives to claim a catch from Joe Burns Getty Images

0 Fifties scored by Shaun Marsh in nine Test innings in Australia prior to his unbeaten 62 on day four of this Test. He had two hundreds and a fifty from nine innings in away Tests.

7 Shane Watson's dismissals by Ishant Sharma in Tests. Only James Anderson has dismissed him more often, eight times. Alastair Cook is the only batsman Ishant has dismissed more often, also eight times.

301 International wickets taken by Ishant. He started the innings on 299 wickets, and became the eighth Indian bowler to take 300 or more international wickets.

4 Australian openers who have made four consecutive 50-plus scores in the last ten years. Chris Rogers has made back-to-back scores of 55, 55, 57 and 69 in this series. The other Australian openers to do this are David Warner, Simon Katich and Phil Jacques.

57 The opening partnership between Warner and Rogers. It was Australia's sixth 50-plus opening stand in 2014. The only team with more 50-plus opening partnerships this year are West Indies, who have had eight such stands.

56 Runs scored for the fall of India's last seven wickets. India were 409 for 3 before being bowled out for 465. This is the fifth consecutive innings in this series in which India have lost five or more wickets for less than 100 runs.

8 Dismissals effected by MS Dhoni in this Test, the most by an Indian keeper. Dhoni himself has done this three times before, while Nayan Mongia has done it twice. If Dhoni effects two more dismissals this innings, he will become the first Indian and fifth keeper overall to effect five dismissals in both innings of a Test.

3.5 Australia's run rate during the second innings, their lowest in six innings in this series. Their run rates in the first five innings of this series were 4.3, 4.2, 4.6, 5.6 and 3.7.

4 Indian bowlers who picked up a wicket during the second innings. This was the first time in this series when each bowler used by India picked up at least a wicket.