The match between India and Sri Lanka has helped 4 batsmen get into 300-club for the series. The consistent David Hussey is on 3rd position with 338 runs in 7 innings. Kohli leads the pack with 373 runs in 8 innings, Dilshan follows him with 363 runs in 7 innings. Both of them should be able to overtake Kohli in the last league match, based on current form.
Chandimal, the only other consistent batsman of the series besides Hussey, is tied on 308 runs with Gambhir. Both played 7 innings each. In a series dominated by bowlers these batsmen have anchored their team and created opportunities for major partnerships.
Centuries: The tournament has seen 4 centuries, 3 in vain and one in victory. While Dilshan, Sanga and Forrest hit centuries in loss, Kohli played the innings of his life for the century.
50s: 27 half-centuries have been scored in the tournament before the final league match between Australia and Sri Lanka. David Hussey with 4 centuries leads Chandimal and Gambhir who have scored 3 half-centuries each. Countrywise, Australias has hit 12 (4 by David, 2 each by Forrest, Wade and Clarke, and 1 each by Warner and Mike Hussey), SL has hit 8 of them (Chandimal 3, Mahela 2, and 1 each by Dilshan, Mathews and Thirimanne), and India has hit 7 (3 by Gambhir, 2 each by Kohli and Dhoni).
6s: Dilshan and David Hussey lead with 6 sixes. Forrest, Wade and Irfan Pathan follow them with 4 sixes each.
4s: Kohli has hit maximum 33 fours in the tournament. Dilshan has hit 31, while Gambhir has hit 25. David Hussey and Chandimal have hit 22 boundaries.
Average: Hussey has the best batting average of 84.50 and has remained unbeaten maximum 3 times, followed by Chandimal’s 61.60, and Dilshan’s 60.50. Kohli 53.28 and Dhoni 51.25 and Mathews 50.25 are the only players to have 50+ average.