101.75 Mushfiqur Rahim's average in Tests this year, with 407 runs in five innings. He scored 159 and 13 not out in Wellington, and 127 and 23 in Hyderabad, before adding another 85 in the first innings of this Test.
115 Runs scored by Mehedi Hasan Miraz in his last three innings, with scores of 51, 23 and 41. In his first eight innings, he had a total of 20 runs with one double-digit score. His 106-run stand with Mushfiqur was only Bangladesh's fifth century stand for the seventh wicket.
312 Bangladesh's total - their lowest to contain two century partnerships. Their opening and seventh-wicket stands were each worth 100-plus runs, but the next highest was only 28. Overall, their total is the 10th lowest to include two century stands. Incidentally, in another Test being played in Dunedin, South Africa made just 308 with two century partnerships.
285 Runs for Mushfiqur in his two Test innings in Galle. Before scoring 85 in this match, he had scored 200, which was the first double-century by a Bangladesh player, in March 2013. His aggregate in Galle is already his most at any venue outside Bangladesh.
15 Number of century partnerships Mushfiqur has been involved in - the most among Bangladesh players. The previous record-holder was Habibul Bashar (14). Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan come next with 13. Out of the five century stands Bangladesh have had this year, Mushfiqur has been invloved in three of them.
2014 Instance of a higher team total in Tests in Sri Lanka than the home team's 494 in the first innings of this match. Sri Lanka had made 533 for 9 then, against Pakistan at the same venue. Since 2015, Sri Lanka is the only country without a 500-plus team total. Eight of the last nine 400-plus totals in Sri Lanka have come in Galle.
0 Sri Lanka batsmen to complete 1000 Test runs at a younger age than Kusal Mendis, who did so on the first day of this Test at 22 years and 33 days. The previous youngest from Sri Lanka was Arjuna Ranatunga (22 years and 105 days) against Pakistan in March, 1986. Mendis fell short of his maiden double-century by six runs, becoming the sixth Test batsman from his country to get out in 190s.
2 Scores of 150-plus among Sri Lanka players since the start of 2016. Kusal Mendis has scored both. Before his 194 in this match, he made a match-changing 176 against Australia in Pallekele last year. There have been eight more centuries for Sri Lanka in this period, all below 150.