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Bravo's best, and Gayle's worst

West Indies' three-wicket win against India in the third ODI at Chennai was the result of an amazing turnaround in the field and superb batting displays from Marlon Samuels and Brian Lara. Cricinfo looks at the stats highlights from the match

7 for 41 - India's collapse in the last 17 overs. After 33, they were 227 for 3; at a similar stage in their innings, West Indies were 217 for 3.

4 - The number of boundaries for India after the 20th over. In the first 20 overs they slammed 20 fours and two sixes.

316.67 - Robin Uthappa's scoring rate against Dwayne Bravo. In six deliveries, he hammered Bravo for 19 runs.

4 for 39 -Bravo's bowling figures, which are his best in an ODI and a testament to how he came back after the initial mauling. These figures beat his earlier record of 3 for 14 against Bangladesh in the Champions Trophy last year.

42.22 - Marlon Samuels's ODI average against India in India, which is much better than his career average of 29.37. In only 11 such games, he has hit one hundred and three half-centuries.

33.50 - Brian Lara's ODI average against India. His 83 at Chennai was only his sixth fifty-plus score in 41 games against them.

16 - The number of ducks for Chris Gayle in ODIs, which puts him level with Brian Lara as the two batsmen with the most number of zeroes for West Indies in ODIs.

7.73 - Sreesanth's economy rate in the West Indian innings (67 runs in 8.4 overs). It was the sixth time in 24 ODIs that he has gone for more than seven runs per over.