10 Successive ODI wins for Bangladesh at home - five against Zimbabwe, three against Pakistan, and two against India.

5 Number of ODI wins for Bangladesh against India, in 31 games. Among the top ten sides, Bangladesh have won more often against West Indies (seven out of 28) and New Zealand (eight out of 25). (Click here for their ODI record against each opposition.)

93 Bangladesh's current points tally on the ICC rankings table. Even if they lose the next game against India, and all three against South Africa, they will still be on 90 points, which is ahead of West Indies' 88.

11 Wickets taken by Mustafizur Rahman in his first two ODIs, the most by any bowler in ODI history. Mustafizur took 5 for 50 in his first ODI and 6 for 43 in the second. The only other bowler to take two five-wicket hauls in his first two ODIs was Zimbabwe's Brian Vitori, with 5 for 30 and 5 for 20 against Bangladesh in 2011.

6-43 Mustafizur's figures in the second ODI, the third-best by any Bangladesh bowler in ODIs. The only other Bangladesh bowlers to take six-wicket hauls are Mashrafe Mortaza (6 for 26 against Kenya, 2006) and Rubel Hossain (6 for 26 against New Zealand, 2013).

36 Fifity-plus scores for Shakib-Al-Hasan in ODIs, which equals the record for Bangladesh. Tamim Iqbal has 36 such scores as well. Both have played 145 ODI innings.

7 Number of 50-plus scores in ODIs for Shakib against India, from 13 innings. The only team against whom he has more 50-plus scores is Zimbabwe - nine from 39 innings.

3 Number of times India have been bowled out for 200 or less against Bangladesh, the second-most for a top-eight side. West Indies have suffered this fate four times. Each of India's three instances have come when batting first, which is the most for any top-eight side.

2 Number of times Nasir Hossain has bowled his full quota of 10 overs in an ODI, against New Zealand in 2013 and India in this game. Nasir conceded exactly 33 runs on both occasions, but was wicketless against New Zealand while he picked up two wickets against India.

3 Ducks by Indian batsmen in this ODI, the joint-most for them in an ODI against Bangladesh. The only previous instance of three Indian batsmen scoring ducks against Bangladesh was in Port-of-Spain during the 2007 World Cup.