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Stats Analysis

India's 117 all out leads to their biggest defeat in ODI history batting first

Mitchell Starc goes level with Brett Lee as the Australian with the most five-fors in ODI cricket

117 India's total against Australia in Visakhapatnam is their fourth-lowest in ODIs at home. Their lowest is 78 all out against Sri Lanka in Kanpur 1986, followed by 100 all out against West Indies in Ahmedabad 1993 and 112 all out against Sri Lanka in Dharamsala 2017.
234 Balls remaining when Australia reached the target, making it the biggest margin of victory - in this category - for any team against India. New Zealand had recorded the previous best when they beat India with 212 balls remaining in Hamilton 2019. This is also the third-biggest ODI win for Australia in balls remaining.
3 This is India's third-lowest total against Australia in ODIs behind their 63 all out in Sydney 1981 and 100 all out at the same ground in 2000. India's previous lowest ODI total at home against Australia was 148 all out in Vadodara 2007.
26 Overs that India batted before being bowled out, making it their fifth-shortest all-out innings in all ODIs and second-shortest all-out innings at home, behind the 24.1-over collapse against Sri Lanka in 1986.
9 Five-wicket hauls for Mitchell Starc in ODI cricket, the joint-most by any bowler for Australia, alongside Brett Lee. Starc's nine five-fors are also the joint-third most for any bowler in this format. He is now only behind Waqar Younis (13) and Muthiah Muralidaran (10), and level with Shahid Afridi (9).
222 Balls bowled in Visakhapatnam, the second-fewest in a completed men's ODI hosted by India (excluding shortened games). The shortest was between Kenya and New Zealand during the 2011 World Cup in Chennai, which lasted only 191 balls.
10 Indian wickets shared by the Australian pacers in this match, only the second instance of India losing all their wickets to pace bowlers in a home ODI. Australia's pacers took all ten wickets in the Guwahati ODI in 2009 while bowling out the hosts for 170.
4 Wickets for Starc in the first ten overs of the Indian innings. It is only the second time a bowler has taken four or more wickets for Australia in the first ten overs of an ODI innings in the last 15 years. The other instance was also provided by Starc, who took four wickets against West Indies in the 2013 Perth ODI.
4 Indian batters dismissed for a duck during their 117 all out, the joint-most for them in an ODI innings. There have been five previous instances of four ducks in the same ODI innings for India, with the last of them coming against Sri Lanka in 2017.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo