Australia 12, Pakistan 0: The whitewash edition

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4 Consecutive whitewashes for Australia over Pakistan at home since 1999-00. That translated to 12 successive Test wins for Australia and a ninth series loss down under for Pakistan.

6 At the SCG, Pakistan lost their sixth consecutive Test and recorded their worst losing streak in history, eclipsing the one in 1999-00 when they were beaten thrice by Australia and then twice by Sri Lanka.

60.54 Combined average of the Pakistan bowlers - their second-worst display in a series of three or more Tests. They were unable to take 20 wickets in any of the Tests, with Australia declaring on them four times out of five innings.

1.85 Pakistan's win-loss ratio under Misbah-ul-Haq before these five consecutive losses; they had won 24 and lost 13. The ratio has now dropped down to 1.33 - 24 wins and 18 losses.

4 Catches by Jackson Bird in this match, equaling the record for a substitute fielder in Test cricket. He took two in each innings, although none of them would be added to his career tally. In the eight Tests, he was actually in the XI, he has only two catches.

9977 Younis Khan's career tally after the Sydney Test. He was 36 short of becoming the first Pakistani batsman to 10,000 when he walked out to bat in the second innings but fell for 13.

0 Five-wicket hauls in this series from either side. This is only the second series of three or more Tests with no-one taking a five-for, following New Zealand's tour to Pakistan in 1964-65. The best figures in this series was Mitchell Starc's 4 for 36.

2009 Last time Australia won a series, of three or more matches, with none of their bowlers taking five wickets in an innings - in South Africa. Overall, this is their 14th series of three-plus matches with no five-fors.

2 Man-of-the-Match awards for David Warner in successive Tests at SCG. He claimed the award in the last year's New Year Test as well, against West Indies, for his unbeaten 122 off 103 balls. This is his sixth such award in Tests and since his debut in December 2011 only Steven Smith (7) and Rangana Herath (9) have been named Man of the Match more often.

228 Wickets for Nathan Lyon in Tests. He is now the joint tenth-highest wicket-taker for Australia equaling Ray Lindwall. Among Australian spinners, only Shane Warne (708) and Richie Benaud (248) have more wickets.