KL Rahul test average against Australia pace attack

104 KL Rahul's average against Australia's pace attack - he scored 208 runs against them and was dismissed twice.
Pat Cummins dismissed him both times, conceding 51 runs, but against Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood, Rahul scored 156 runs without being dismissed.

Matt Renshaw test average against India's pace attack

16.6 Matt Renshaw's average against India's pace attack. He was dismissed three times by Umesh (average 16), and twice by Ishant Sharma (average 15).
Renshaw was far more comfortable against India's spinners, averaging nearly 50 against them. He averaged 75 against Ashwin, and 57 against Jadeja.

How many number of times David Warner was dismissed by India spinners

6 Number of times David Warner was dismissed by India's spinners, in eight innings. Unlike Renshaw, Warner was far more comfortable against pace,
averaging almost 40 against them, while his average dropped to less than 20 against spin. He was dismissed three times by Ashwin (average 22.33), and twice by Jadeja (average 13).

Steven Smith batting average against Umesh Yadav

120 Smith's average against Umesh: in 202 balls from Umesh, Smith scored 120 runs and was dismissed once. The bowler who fared best against Smith was Jadeja, dismissing him three times at an average of 40.66.

Steven Smith scored 499 in the series in india

2.15 Ratio of Steven Smith's series aggregate runs to that of the next highest for Australia. Smith scored 499 in the series, while Matt Renshaw's 232 was the next best. The ratio of 2.15 is the second-best for any overseas batsman in India in a series of three or more Tests,
next only to Matthew Hayden's ratio of 2.25 over Steve Waugh in the 2001 series, when Hayden towered over the rest of Australia's batsmen. Ironically, Australia lost both these series by an identical 2-1 margin. Overall, there have been four instances of a batsman aggregating twice as many runs as the next-best team-mate, in a series of three or more Tests in India.

Ravindra Jadeja's test average in the first-innings

22.71 Ravindra Jadeja's average in the first-innings, in which he took 14 wickets at a strike rate of 47.2. Among the four leading spinners in the series, Jadeja had the best overall numbers too, taking 25 wickets at 18.56.

Nathan Lyon's test bowling average against India series 2017

25.26 Nathan Lyon's bowling average in the series, which was marginally better than that of India's offspinner, R Ashwin (27.38). In the first innings,
Lyon took 15 wickets at 21.73, compared to Ashwin's seven wickets at 45. In the second innings, though, Ashwin was much better, taking 14 wickets at 18.57, to Lyon's four wickets at 38.50.