4 - The number of times India have been whitewashed in a bilateral ODI series of three or more matches, including this 3-0 result against New Zealand. The first two instances came in the 1980s, against West Indies, both 5-0, while the previous time was a 3-0 loss to Sri Lanka in 1997. India had also lost 4-0 to South Africa in 2006, but that was a five-match series with one game abandoned, so it does not qualify as a whitewash. This series against New Zealand is India's first whitewash in a series of three matches or more in any format under Virat Kohli.
2 - New Zealand's two highest successful chases against India have come in this series - 348 in the first match and 297 in the third. Before this series, their best chase against India was 281. In this series, New Zealand also defended a score of 273 in the second match in Auckland. In the last two-and-a-half years, India have failed to chase targets of 275 or less only three times, and two of those have come against New Zealand - the World Cup semi-final and the Auckland ODI.
21.66 - Average of India's top-three batsmen in this series, which is their lowest in any series or tournament since the 2014 three-match series in Bangladesh when they averaged 19.33. The openers - Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal - have averaged 28 and 12 respectively here, while No. 3 Virat Kohli averaged 28. On the other hand, New Zealand's openers averaged 47.66 and hit four fifties.