41.1 Jason Holder's average when batting at No. 8 or below, the second-highest for any West Indies batsman in Test history (min. 250 runs) after John Goddard who averaged 42.9.

77 The partnership between Holder and Kemar Roach, the highest ninth-wicket stand for West Indies against Australia at home and their second-highest against any team in a home Test. Lance Gibbs and Desmond Lewis once added 84 runs for the ninth wicket against India in Guyana in 1971.

2 Number of ducks scored by Rajendra Chandrika in this Test. He is the first West Indian opening batsman to score two ducks on Test debut. This has happened to three other openers in all Test cricket - Ken Rutherford (1985), Saeed Anwar (1990) and Dirk Viljoen (1998).

32 Number of years since both West Indies openers have been dismissed for ducks - versus India in Port of Spain in 1983. In fact, each of the last three such instances for the West Indies have been against India. Both West Indies openers - Chandrika and Kraigg Brathwaite - were dismissed for ducks in the fourth innings.

130.2 Holder's batting strike rate during his 63-ball 82* in the first innings, the highest ever for any batsman making a 50-plus score against Australia when batting at No. 8 or below.

26.9 David Warner's batting average in Tests against West Indies, his lowest against any team. Warner has an average of more than 40 against every other team. His score of 62 in the first innings is his highest Test score against West Indies.

3 Number of international five-wicket hauls for Josh Hazlewood in the last 12 months, the most for any Australia bowler. Nathan Lyon and Mitchell Starc have two each. Across countries, only Sri Lanka's Rangana Herath has more (4). Hazlewood returned figures of 5 for 38 in the first innings.

46 Number of years since both Australian openers have been dismissed in the 60s in the same Test innings - Shaun Marsh (69) and Warner (62). The last time this happened was also against West Indies in Adelaide in 1969.

5 Number of catches taken by Brad Haddin in the first innings. Haddin has now done this six times in Tests. Only three other keepers have taken five catches in an innings on six or more occasions, with two of them also being Australian - Rod Marsh and Ian Healy. The only non-Australian in the group is South Africa's Mark Boucher.