4 - Bowlers to have taken five-wicket hauls against nine different Test teams. Shakib Al Hasan has joined Rangana Herath, Dale Steyn and Muttiah Muralitharan in this elite club. Shakib is easily the quickest to this feat having got there in his 50th Test. Muralitharan is the second-quickest, completing the set in his 66th Test. Shakib has 16 five-wicket hauls to his credit, with three coming against Zimbabwe.
8 - Test matches in which Shakib Al Hasan has scored a fifty and taken a five-wicket haul. Only Ian Botham has achieved this more often, having done so 11 times. Seven of Shakib's eight instances have come at home.
47 - Wickets taken by Bangladesh's spinners out of the 48 taken by all their bowlers in the last three Tests played in Bangladesh. The only wicket taken by a pace bowler was by Kamrul Islam Rabbi. Spinners have averaged 19.61 in these three Tests.
217 - Australia's lowest team score against Bangladesh, in six innings. This is also the second instance of Bangladesh getting a lead against Australia. They took a first-innings lead of 158 in Fatullah in 2006. However, Bangladesh went on to lose that Test.
7 - Scores between 15 and 35 for Peter Handscomb in his nine innings in Asia. He has one 50-plus score, against India in Ranchi. Handscomb averages 28.87 from nine innings in Asia.
2 - Dismissals for the Australian batsmen while using their feet against the spinners. Steven Smith and Glenn Maxwell were the batsmen dismissed. They scored 14 runs from 10 balls while using their feet.
148 - Balls survived by Pat Cummins and Ashton Agar during their partnership of 49 for the ninth wicket. This was the second-best partnership of the innings for Australia. Peter Handscomb and Matt Renshaw added 69 for the fifth wicket. Cummins and Agar helped Australia reduce their deficit, taking them from 144 for 8 to 193.