Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Chennai Super Kings and Kochi Tuskers Kerala.
# Michael Hussey (32 off 37 balls) has completed his 400 runs in the IPL 4, aggregating 425 at an average of 47.022 in 11 matches.
# S Badrinath (362), Suresh Raina (353) and Murali Vijay (328) are the next three in terms of run-aggregate for Chennai in the IPL 2011.
# In the course of his 9 off six balls, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has completed his 1300 runs in the IPL, totalling 1304 at an average of 38.35 in 56 matches.
# Dhoni (1969) needs 31 runs to complete his 2,000 runs in Twenty20.
# Rudra Pratap Singh has extended his wickets' tally to 64 at an average of 24.59 in 56 games - the most by a bowler in the IPL.
# Singh has bagged 13 wickets at an average of 26.53 in 14 matches - the highest for Kochi in the IPL 4.
# Brad Hodge (51 not out off 42 balls) has recorded his first half-century in the IPL 2011.
# Hodge's aforesaid innings is his fifth fifty in 33 matches in the IPL.
# Hodge has extended his record for the highest run-aggregate to 3690 (ave 35.14) in 127 matches - the most by a batsman in Twenty20.
# Brendon McCullum has totalled 357 at an average of 27.46 in 13 matches - the highest by a Kochi batsman in the IPL.
# Doug Bollinger (15), Ravichandran Ashwin (15) and Albie Morkel (14) are three top wicket-takers for Chennai in the IPL 4.
# Chennai Super Kings have won 35 and lost 23 out of 59 played - success per centage 60.16 (Tied 1).
# Chennai's tally of 35 victories and winnng per centage of 60.16 are records in the IPL overall.
# Parthiv Patel has completed his 1,000 runs in Twenty20, aggregating 1002 at an average of 20.04 in 57 matches.
# Patel, as a batsman, has been a failure in the IPL - 718 (ave 21.11) in 40 matches with just three fifties.
# Mahendra Singh Dhoni's winning per centage of 60.71 as captain is quite impressive in the IPL - 34 wins and 22 defeats in 56 matches.
# Chennai Super Kings became the first team to register nine victories in the IPL 2011. They have lost four out of 13 played.
# Chennai Super Kings remain unbeaten at home in the IPL 2011, winning all seven played so far.
# Wriddhiman Saha (46 not out) has recorded his second highest innings in the IPL - the highest being 59 not out off 32 balls for Kolkata against Punjab at Mohali on May 3, 2008.
# Saha has been adjudged the Man-of-the-Match for the first time in the IPL.