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Lyon: most five-fors in Asia in 2017

The offspinner also has the most seven-fors by a visiting bowler in Tests in Asia

Lyon leads the way with most five-wicket hauls in Asia in 2017

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4 - Five-wicket hauls for Nathan Lyon in Asia this year - the most for any bowler in the region. Rangana Herath and Ravindra Jadeja have three each. Lyon has taken just 10 innings to get there. He now has 77 wickets in Asia - the second-most for an Australian. Shane Warne tops the list with 127 wickets.
3 - Seven-wicket hauls for Lyon in Asia - the most for any visiting bowler in Tests. Lyon's 7 for 94 was his second-best bowling figures in Tests. Along the way, he also became only the fourth spinner to take a seven-wicket haul against Bangladesh.
0 - Wickets for Australia fast bowlers in the first innings in Chittagong, the first instance since 1989 where they haven't struck in the first innings. Allan Border, Trevor Hohns and Peter Taylor took all 10 wickets against the West Indies then.
2 - Consecutive fifty plus scores for David Warner in Asia. This is the first time he's done this in the subcontinent. Warner now has three fifty plus scores from his last five Test innings in Asia. He had five from his previous 24 innings.
18 - The number of consecutive series since debut where Steven Smith has scored at least one half-century. It's the joint second-highest along with Len Hutton in the last 100 years. England's Marcus Trescothick leads this pack with a half-century in each of the 22 Test series he was a part of.
2 - Only twice have Australia passed 200 for the loss of no more than two wickets in Asia since 2008.
1 - Only one wicket has fallen to a Bangladesh fast bowler in the last four Tests at home. Mustafizur Rahman struck early on the second day in Chittagong to remove Matt Renshaw. Fifty eight of the sixty wickets Bangladesh have taken at home in the last four Tests have gone to the spinners.

Gaurav Sundararaman is a senior stats analyst at ESPNcricinfo