5 Years since India have taken five wickets before lunch on the first day of a Test. The last instance was against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2010. Sri Lanka were 65 for 5 at Lunch on the first day of this Test.
10.3 Number of overs (or 63 balls) in which Ashwin completed his five-wicket haul, the fewest he has taken in Tests. Ashwin had earlier taken 16.2 overs (98 balls) against New Zealand (first innings) in 2012.
0 Fifty-plus opening stands for Sri Lanka in 2015. In fact, Sri Lanka only average 27.3 per opening stand this year. Sri Lanka's openers only managed to add 15 runs in the first innings of this Test.
73-0 Sri Lanka's score from the first 18 overs after lunch. They only managed 45 for 5 in the next 8.2, and had scored 65 for 5 in the 23 overs till lunch.
2 Times in the last 20 years that Sri Lanka lost three wickets for 50 runs or less in a home Test against India - both times in Galle. Sri Lanka were 27 for 3 in the first innings of this Test. Interestingly, Sri Lanka's fourth wicket added exactly 27 runs on both occasions.
79 The sixth-wicket partnership between Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews, the highest for Sri Lanka against India when five wickets have fallen for 100 runs or less. Their stand was only the second time that Sri Lanka's sixth-wicket pair had posted 50-plus runs against India after being five down for 100 runs or less.
13 Indian batsmen who have scored 1000 Test runs in 25 innings or less. Shikhar Dhawan, who reached this mark in exactly 25 innings, is the 13th Indian to achieve this feat.
2 Sri Lankan players who have played 50-plus Tests and have a 50-plus batting average - Kumar Sangakkara (57.8) and Angelo Mathews (51.9). Mathews is currently playing his 50th Test match.
42 Runs scored by Rohit Sharma in his last 10 Test and ODI innings in Sri Lanka. He averages 4.2 runs per innings in this period, with scores of 4, 0, 11, 5, 5, 0, 0, 4, 4 & 9.