# Wriddhiman Saha and Virat Kohli [ Images ] put on 114-run partnership for the sixth wicket -- India's third best at Adelaide -- the top two are 188 between Vijay Hazare and Dattu Phadkar in January 1948 and 147 between Yashpal Sharma and Sandeep Patil in January 1981.
# India's highest ever sixth wicket stand against Australia is 298 (unbroken) between Ravi Shastri and Dilip Vengsarkar in Mumbai [ Images ] in 1986-87. Overall nine century stands have been recorded for this wicket-position for India against Australia.
# The 114-run stand is the third 100-plus for India in the present rubber. Sachin had recorded 117 for the third wicket with Dravid at MCG and 103 for the fourth wicket with Laxman at SCG.
# Virat Kohli (116 off 213 balls) has recorded his maiden Test hundred, bettering 75 against Australia at Perth.
# Kohli became the first Indian batsman to record a hundred in the present rubber. He has top-scored in three Test innings in a row for India -- 44 & 75 at Perth and 116 at Adelaide.
# Kohli is the most successful Indian batsman in the series, aggregating 278 at an average of 39.71. Tendulkar (274 at 39.14) has the next best run-aggregate for India in the present series.
# Kohli is the tenth Indian batsman to register a hundred at Adelaide, joining Vijay Hazare, Dattu Phadkar, Sunil Gavaskar [ Images ], Mohammad Azharuddin [ Images ], VVS Laxman [ Images ], Sandeep Patil, Rahul Dravid [ Images ], Sachin Tendulkar [ Images ] and Virender Sehwag [ Images ]. Hazare is the only Indian player to register a hundred in each innings of a Test match at this venue -- 116 & 145.
# Zaheer has bagged 15 wickets in the series at an average of 30.86 -- his best performance against Australia in a Test series.
# Zaheer became the first Indian player to post 25 ducks in Tests -- his third duck in the present series is his seventh in 31 innings against Australia.
# Zaheer became the ninth player to post 25 ducks or more in Tests. Courtney Walsh [ Images ] (43) holds a world record for most ducks in Tests, followed by Glenn McGrath [ Images ] (35), Shane Warne [ Images ] (34), Muttiah Muralitharan [ Images ] (33), Chris Martin (32), Curtly Ambrose (26), Mervyn Dillon (26) and Danish Kaneria (25).
# Zaheer has recorded seven ducks against Australia -- the second highest by an Indian player, next only to Ajit Agarkar's [ Images ] tally of eight in 16 innings.
# Peter Siddle [ Images ] (5/49) has claimed his first five-wicket haul against India -- his fifth in Test Cricket.
# Apart from three five-wicket hauls against England and one against India, Siddle had produced one instance of five wickets in an innings against South Africa [ Images ] -- 5 for 59 at Sydney [ Images ] in 2008-09.
# Siddle (5/49) has recorded his best figures at Adelaide. In his first two Tests at this venue, he had just one wicket to his credit, conceding 241 runs.
# Peter Siddle's tally of 22 wickets at 17.36 runs apiece in the present Test rubber is his best performance in a Test series, bettering his tally against England in 2009 -- 20 wickets at 30.80 apiece in five Tests.
# VVS Laxman (18) has recorded only one half-century in his last nine innings -- 66 at SCG.
# Laxman is averaging 17.14 in the present rubber, aggregating 120 runs in seven innings. The figures are his worst in a Test rubber (minimum three Tests).
# Laxman's batting average against Australia is now less than 50 (49.97) -- 2399 runs in 29 Tests. His tally includes six hundreds and 12 fifties.
# Laxman is averaging 44.48 in 15 Tests in Australia -- 1201 runs, including four hundreds and four fifties.
# Shaun Marsh [ Images ] has recorded his third duck in the series against India. Overall, he has posted four ducks in eleven innings.
# Marsh has averaged 2.83 in the series against India -- 17 runs in six innings.
# Saha (35 off 94 balls) has posted his second highest Test innings, next only to the 36 against South Africa at Nagpur in February 2010.
# Hilfenhaus has recorded his best figures in a Test series, claiming 26 wickets at 16.53 apiece, including two five-wicket hauls.
# Hilfenhaus has surpassed the previous best figures by an Australian bowler in a four-Test series against India, eclipsing Brett Lee's [ Images ] tally of 24 (ave. 22.58) in 2007-08.
# In his last 12 Tests, Sachin Tendulkar has averaged just 44.04 -- 925 runs in 22 innings, including one hundred and six fifties. He is without a century in his last 21 innings.