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Stats Analysis

Australia unbeaten at the Gabba since 1988

The Gabba continued to be a fortress for Australia in Test cricket, at Pakistan's expense

Josh Hazlewood celebrates a wicket, Australia v Pakistan, 1st Test, Brisbane, November 24, 2019

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31 - Consecutive matches in which Australia have been unbeaten at the Gabba. The last time they lost a Gabba Test was way back in 1988 against West Indies. This is their seventh successive win there. Their last draw at the venue was against South Africa in 2012.
13 - Consecutive losses for Pakistan in Australia - this is the longest streak for any touring team in a country. The previous longest streak was nine by India in Australia between 1948 and 1977, and West Indies in Australia between 2000 and 2009.
18 - Wickets for the Australian pacers in this Test - the most in a Gabba Test since 2009. Mitchell Starc took seven wickets, Josh Hazlewood took six and Pat Cummins took five in the match.
50.82 - Nathan Lyon's average against Pakistan - his worst against any country he has played against. Lyon does not have a five-wicket haul against Pakistan and has a strike rate of 92.7. Lyon's stats are not heavily influenced by his record in the UAE. His record at home against Pakistan is also poor - at home he has taken 13 wickets from eight innings against them, at an average 47.38.
3 - Centurions for Pakistan at the Gabba. Babar Azam joined Saeed Anwar and Asad Shafiq on the list. All three centuries were scored in the second innings, but in a losing cause.
36.21 - Babar Azam's average at the end of his 22nd Test; he has 1340 runs at an average of 36.21 with two centuries. That's up from an average of 25.94 at the end of his first 10 Tests.
95 - Highest score made by a Pakistan wicketkeeper in Australia in Tests. Mohammad Rizwan's 95 went past the unbeaten 72 scored by Sarfaraz Ahmed in Sydney in 2017.

Gaurav Sundararaman is a senior stats analyst at ESPNcricinfo