|First Test:||India v Australia - Nov 6-10, 2008|
|Highest total:||India (566/8) declared vs New Zealand, Nov 20, 2010|
|Most runs:||357- V Sehwag, India (2008-2010)|
|Most wickets:||13 wickets - Harbhajan Singh, India (2008-2010)|
|First ODI:||India v Australia - Oct 28, 2009|
|Last ODI:||England v Netherlands - Feb 22, 2011|
|Highest total:||Sri Lanka (215/5) vs India, Dec 9, 2009|
|Most runs:||231- MS Dhoni, India|
|Most wickets:||3 wickets - S Randiv, Sri Lanka|
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