With a victory in the second One-Day International, India extended their domination over the West Indies by winning a series for the 11th time in a row, the joint highest by a team against an opponent. They carved another record against the West Indians in the third ODI. For the first time in an ODI series, India swept the West Indies. The West Indies have accomplished this feat three times in the 22 bilateral series between these two sides, including the one-match encounter in 1988. India achieved this accomplishment for the first time after 39 years of competition between the two countries.

Every player passes through a stumbling block, and Virat Kohli is no exception. In South Africa, he had a good series, scoring two fifties. However, his greatest score in this series was just 18. For the first time since his series against Bangladesh in June 2015, Kohli failed to register a 50+ in a series. He averaged only 8.7 in three innings, which is his third-lowest in an ODI series.

In this series, none of the West Indian hitters was up to par. The openers, on the other hand, have performed well after the 2019 World Cup. As a result, the openers were heavily reliant on success. The West Indies have played ten bilateral series since the World Cup, including this one. Their starters had averaged 55.1 in the first five games. Their openers, on the other hand, have averaged 28.6 in the past five series. In this series, none of the West Indian hitters were up to par. The openers, on the other hand, have performed well after the 2019 World Cup. As a result, the openers were heavily reliant on success. The West Indies have played ten bilateral series since the World Cup, including this one. Their starters had averaged 55.1 in the first five games. Their openers, on the other hand, have averaged 28.6 in the past five series.