Sachin Tendulkar: He averages 47.53 outside
Yuvraj Singh: He has been the best batsman in the given time frame with the averages of 52 plus out of
Virender Sehwag: Sehwag averages 29.69 out of
Rahul Dravid: As expected, the wall averages 56.66 in 26 matches in
Mahendra Singh Dhoni: This hard hitting batsman seems to be hitting harder at home than abroad. He averages 62.5 in 26 matches in
Suresh Raina: He averages 34.9 in 16 matches at home but a pathetic 20.23 in 20 matches away.
Though, he generally comes late down the order when he has to throw his bat around. He was said to be the future of Indian middle order. But is the future is averaging in 20s when it comes to playing away, it doesn’t seem to be very bright.
Md. Kaif: He is termed as a disappointment. And if we look at his record at home, 18.66 in 12 matches in
Irfan Pathan: He was said to be future Kapil Dev of
Saurav Ganguly: The most talked about name after Chappel. He averages 31.8 in 11 matches while playing away. He was one of the top scorers in the WC 2007. But if we remove his scores of 66 and 89 against minnows, his average falls down to very early 20s. He has recently made a comeback and played mostly in
Ajit Agarkar: The best “potential all-rounder” in the world possesses batting records which even Murali would not find difficult to break. He averages 5.93 in 28 matches while playing away but has taken 42 wickets at 25.21 a piece. At home, he 11.42 in 20 matches and has taken 28 wickets at 29.85.
Harbhajan Singh: Bhajji has taken 9 wickets in 14 matches at 59.33 while playing away and 32 wickets in 25 matches at 27.50. Even Sehwag has a better bowling average while playing away. If this is how our ace spinner is going to bowl on non-indian pitches, we better play Sehwag as a bowling all-rounder.