178 - Quinton de Kock's score, the second-highest for South Africa in ODIs; the best is Gary Kirsten's 188* versus UAE in the 1996 World Cup. It is also the second highest by any batsman against Australia, after Rohit Sharma's 209, and the highest in South Africa. De Kock's 11 sixes is also the second highest in an ODI innings versus Australia, after Rohit's 16.

145 The partnership between de Kock and Rilee Rossouw, the second-highest opening stand for South Africa against Australia in ODIs. The highest is 160, between AB de Villiers and Graeme Smith, in the 2007 World Cup in Basseterre.

65 Innings taken by de Kock for his 11 ODI hundreds. Only Hashim Amla (64 innings) has scored 11 hundreds in fewer ODIs.

74 Balls for de Kock's hundred; among South Africa batsmen, only AB de Villiers and Mark Boucher have reached ODI hundreds off fewer balls, though de Villiers has done it seven times.

3 - Number of higher scores by any batsman in an ODI run-chase - Shane Watson's 185* versus Bangladesh, MS Dhoni's 183* versus Sri Lanka, and Virat Kohli's 183 versus Pakistan.

95.25 - de Kock's ODI average in Centurion; in nine innings he has scored 762 runs, with four hundreds and two fifties. His strike rate at the ground is 105.24.

6 - Instances of teams scoring 290-plus in a run-chase at a rate of more than eight an over. This is South Africa's second such instance, while India and Sri Lanka have also achieved this twice each.

268 Score at which South Africa lost their second wicket, the third highest total at which they have lost their second wicket in all ODIs. The two highest scores were against West Indies (439) and Netherlands (274).