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Hundred ODIs for Amla

David Warner walks back after being dismissed Getty Images

0 Number of times in 2014, before this ODI, that both Australian openers had been dismissed in single figures. This has happened to Australia at least three times each in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

1 Number of times Australia have beaten South Africa after being bowled out, at Docklands Stadium, Melbourne, in 2006. Australia have now been bowled out against South Africa on 27 occasions in ODIs. The only other game that they didn't lose was the famous tied semi-final in the 1999 World Cup.

2 Number of previous instances in the last seven years when South Africa's pacers took all 10 opposition wickets in an ODI. It has been 14 years since South Africa's pace bowlers have done this against Australia.

3 Number of five-fors taken by South African bowlers in Australia, prior to Morne Morkel's haul in this game. All of those hauls, by Richard Snell, Lance Klusener and Makhaya Ntini, were at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Morkel's figures of 5 for 21 are his career-best in ODIs.

4 Sixes hit by Mitchell Marsh off the bowling of Dale Steyn in ODIs. No other player has hit Steyn for more than three sixes. Across formats, Kevin Pietersen has hit Steyn for five sixes, the most.

5 Number of years since David Warner made a duck in ODIs . His last, and only other, duck came against Scotland in August 2009, 39 innings ago.

6 Number of single-digit scores for Quinton de Kock in his last eight ODI innings. He averages 18.71 in this period.

7 Number of instances of an Australian bowler ending up on the losing side in an ODI despite picking up a five-wicket haul. Six of these instances have involved pace bowlers, with Michael Clarke being the only spinner on the list.

3 Number of wickets by which South Africa won this ODI. The target of 155 in this game is the lowest that South Africa have achieved for the loss of seven or more wickets. All other games that South Africa have won by a margin of three wickets or fewer have had larger targets.

100 Number of ODIs that Hashim Amla has now played. He is the 222nd player overall, and the 18th South African to play 100 ODIs.