In the recently concluded 2014-2015 Australia v India – Cricket Test Series the following were some of the highlights of the series:
The series was won by Australia.
The first and second tests in Adelaide and Brisbane were won by Australia and the third and fourth tests at Melbourne and Sydney were drawn.
The two captains, Smith and Kohli, were the leading run scorers for their respective sides.
Smith amassed 769 runs from 8 innings and Kohli scored 692 runs from 8 innings.
Both scored four centuries. Smith also had two scores of fifty and Kohli had one score of fifty.
The next leading scorers for Australia were Warner, with 427 runs, three centuries and no scores of fifty and Rogers with 417 runs, no centuries and 8 scores of fifty.
For India, the next leading scorers after Kohli were Vijay, with 482 runs, 1 century and 4 scores of fifty, and Rahane, with 399 runs, 1 century and 2 scores of fifty.
Australia won the recently concluded test cricket series against India. What was the winning margin?
How many runs were scored by the top three Australian batsmen in the series?
By how many runs did the top three Australian batsmen outscore the top three Indian batsmen?
Between the six batsmen how many centuries were scored?
How many innings in total were played by the six batsmen from both sides?
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Average is a statistic that is normally used by cricket statisticians to highlight a batsman's performance on a per innings basis. The average is obtained by dividing the total number of runs by the number of innings played. Who had the highest average?
Which of the six batsmen did not score a century?
Which batsman scored the highest number of fifties?
Which batsman had no scores of fifty?
Leaving out the top batsmen on either side, which country's next two best batsmen outscored the other country's next two best batsmen and by how much?
Indian batsmen outscored Australian batsmen by 37 runs.
Australian batsmen outscored Indian batsmen by 37 runs.
Australian batsmen outscored Indian batsmen by 40 runs.
Indian batsmen outscored Australian batsmen by 40 runs.