7.53 Run rate in Australia's second innings - 241 in 32 overs - the highest, by a distance, in any team innings of 100 or more runs, beating West Indies' 6.82 in total of 173 against India while chasing in Kingston in 1982-83. Australia's run rate in their second innings in this series has been 6.23 - easily their best in any series; it was never more than five per over in any other series where they scored 250-plus runs. They had scored 202 at 5.17 in their second innings at Gabba.
8.85 Yasir Shah's economy rate in the second innings - the worst by a bowler delivering 10 or more overs in an innings. The next worst is Shahadat Hossain's 8.41 at Lord's in 2005. This is the first time Yasir has conceded at more than six an over in his career.
23 Balls taken by David Warner to reach his fifty - the second-quickest in Test history. The fastest fifty was off 21 balls by Misbah-ul-Haq against Australia in Abu Dhabi in 2014-15. The previous fastest by an Australia batsman was Bruce Yardley's 29-ball effort in Bridgetown in 1977-78. The previous fastest by any player against Pakistan was Kapil Dev's, off 30 balls, in Karachi in 1982-83. Warner had raced to 50 in 42 balls and 100 in 78 balls in the first innings.
203.70 Warner's strike rate in his cameo of 27-ball 55 - the highest by any opener scoring 50 or more runs, beating Chris Gayle's 173.91 (80* off 46) against New Zealand in Port-of-Spain in 2014 and the third-highest for a 50-plus innings. Warner's strike rate of 137.70 in the match, which included a 95-ball 113 in the first innings, is the third-highest for a batsman with 150-plus runs in a Test.
287 The highest target successfully chased at the SCG, by the hosts against South Africa in 2006. No touring team has won chasing more than 200 at the venue. Pakistan are 410 runs behind with 98 overs scheduled to be played on the final day.
7 Innings for Peter Handscomb in his Test career and he has not got out without scoring at least a fifty. No other player in the history had started his Test career in this fashion. South Africa's Jimmy Blanckenburg and England's James Anderson had started with six consecutive innings from debut without getting out for less than 50. Handscomb's scores so far, when dismissed - 54, 105, 54, 110 - and when not out - 1*, 35* and 40*.
4 Higher scores by batsmen at No. 4 position at the SCG than Younis Khan's 175 not out. There have been two double-centuries at that position - Brian Lara's 277 and Sachin Tendulkar's 241 not out. Younis' score is the highest by any Pakistan player at the SCG, eclipsing Ijaz Ahmed's 137 in 1995-96, the last time Pakistan won a Test in Australia.
672Runs conceded by Yasir in this series - the most by any bowler in a three-match series. The previous most was Muttiah Muralitharan's 649 in a home series against Australia in 2003-04. Anil Kumble gave away 710 runs in three matches he played in Australia in 2003-04, but that was a four-match series. In this series, Yasir averages 84, has a strike rate of 111.1 and economy rate of 4.53 - all being his worst in any series.
4 Instances of Australia's both opening batsmen scoring 50 or more in both innings of a Test. Warner and Matt Renshaw scored centuries in the first innings and then Warner and Usman Khawaja scored fifties in the second innings. The 431 runs scored by their openers in this match are their fourth-highest ever in any Test.
2 The top two individual scores for Pakistan in Australia have come in this series - Azhar Ali's 205 not out at the MCG in the last match and Younis' 175 not out. The top score before this was Majid Khan's 158 way back in 1972-73. There were only three 150-plus scores by Pakistan players in Australia before coming into this series.