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ICC World Cup 2015: India vs West Indies - Facts and figures

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Chris Gayle once again got out cheaply on Friday

- Number of hundreds scored by Chris Gayle in his last 20 ODIs against India. The 35-year-old’s last ton against the Men in Blue came in 2006, when he scored a 130-ball 123 in Kingston, Jamaica.

- Number of times in the last five ODI innings that Suresh Raina has been dismissed for less than 25 runs. He was dismissed by Dwayne Smith for 22 on Friday.

4.23 - There is no doubt that the Indian bowlers have bowled splendidly in this World Cup and that is reflected by their economy rate of 4.23, which is the best for any team in the tournament.

- Number of times that the West Indies have been bowled out in a World Cup game against India, which is the most for them against any opponents.

8 - This is India’s 8th straight victory at the ICC Cricket World Cup, a streak which began against the West Indies in 2011.

10 - Number of instances when the West Indies have lost 4 wickets with 50 or less runs on the board versus India. The only other team against whom they have found themselves in such a precarious position is Australia, who have removed four West Indies wickets for 50 or less runs on 14 occasions.

12 - Number of runs scored by India in the first 5 overs during their chase of 183 on Friday, their second lowest score in the first 5 overs against the West Indies since 2001 and their lowest while chasing a score.

59 - MS Dhoni is now India’s most successful captain in overseas ODIs with 59 wins in 111 away matches to his name. Sourav Ganguly had won 58 out of the 110 away ODIs he had captained India in.

105.14 - Dhoni has the highest average for any batsman in ODIs in successful chases. 

174 - This match was Dhoni’s 174th game as Indian captain, which is the joint highest number of matches for an Indian skipper. Mohammad Azharuddin also captained the side in 174 ODIs.

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