2 Number of times teams have scored more than 481, which was South Africa's total here, in the first innings of a Test in Centurion. Both scores were by South Africa against West Indies - 604 for 6 declared in 2004, and 552 for 5 declared in 2014.
154 Overs bowled by New Zealand in South Africa's first innings; only eight times have they bowled more in the first innings after winning the toss and putting the opposition in. Their highest is also against South Africa: they bowled 200.1 overs in Auckland in 1999.
2 Instances of the top five South Africa batsmen all scoring 50 or more in a Test innings - the only previous instance before this Test was also in Centurion, against India in 2010, when South Africa declared at 620 for 4 after bowling India out for 136. Overall in Test cricket teams have achieved this 23 times.
16 Innings without a Test century for Faf du Plessis before his unbeaten 112 here. In those 16 innings he averaged 21.25, with only two half-centuries. His last hundred before this Test was in December 2014, when he made 103 against West Indies in Port Elizabeth.
16.76 JP Duminy's Test average in his last 14 innings before this one, stretching back to July 2014: he had only one half-century in this period - 55 against Zimbabwe in August 2014.
95.66 Du Plessis' average against New Zealand: in four innings against them he has scored 287 runs, including two hundreds.
18.69 Neil Wagner's bowling average in Tests in 2016: he has taken 26 wickets in five Tests, with three five-fors. Among bowlers who have taken at least ten wickets this year, only Mitchell Starc (15.16) has a better average.
54 Wickets for Wagner in 11 Tests since the start of 2014; he has averaged 22.96 during this period, and taken his wickets at a strike rate of 44.2. In his first 12 Tests, he averaged 37.94 and had a strike rate of 66.6, while taking 39 wickets.
10.83 Martin Guptill's Test average in South Africa: in six innings he has scored only 65 runs, with 48 of them coming in one innings. In his other five innings, his scores are 1, 0, 1, 7 and 8.