• Mohandas Menon
  • Mohandas Menon

    Mohandas Menon is India's best known cricket statistician. You can follow him on Twitter @mohanstatsman
Panchal, Nadeem, and the cream of the Ranji 2016-17 crop

Panchal, Nadeem, and the cream of the Ranji 2016-17 crop

A season of neutral venues produced not only a thrilling final but also some mesmerising numbers read more

Stats: England in hunt of only second ODI series win in India

India have dominated recent encounters at home, with Yuvraj Singh proving a thorn in the flesh of read more

2016 in review: Kohli, Ashwin top 2016’s honours board

The Indian pair end as the calendar year’s best batsman and bowler across three formats respectively, read more

The Nair tome, and India’s streak

Karnataka batsman is quickest to a Test triple-ton, while Kohli’s men are rewriting history books read more

Kohli’s mastery matched by Ashwin’s wizardry

India make it five on the trot as the skipper and the offspinner join hands to drive England to their knees

Ashwin’s rare double and Kohli’s record run

Karun Nair becomes part of an unwanted club, while the gap between Parthiv Patel’s Test appearances makes for interesting reading

Pujara’s tons, Kohli’s runs and Ashwin with big guns

The second Test between India and England saw several landmarks achieved, with the home team setting most of them

Cook keeps piling them on

Kohli joins in the captains’ feast, Hameed storms record books and Moeen joins an elite club

India can seek comfort in cold stats

England have the better overall head-to-head record, but in their backyard, India have more than held their own

The first time an England team came to India

The tryst began in the 1880s with the Parsees going on tour, before the Englishmen arrived at the turn of the decade and popularised the game further

Mishra magic, Dhoni delight and the Kiwi collapse

While becoming the first team to play 900 ODIs, India also were the first to lose 400; all that and more in this stats wrap

Gugale, Bawne assured of place in history

They might have stopped short of the Sangakkara-Jayawardene mark, but the effort of the Maharashtra pair has put many legends of the game in the shade

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