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Stats - Conway in Gavaskar's vicinity

Boult's No. 300, Latham and Fleming's exclusive club and more

2 - Number of 250-plus scores by Tom Latham in Tests. He joins Stephen Fleming as the only two New Zealand batters with multiple 250-plus Test scores. Latham's 252 at the Hagley Oval is now the ninth-highest individual score for New Zealand in Tests.
1 - Only one opener has more 250-plus scores in Tests than Latham - Virender Sehwag (four). Sanath Jayasuriya, Graeme Smith, Chris Gayle, Alastair Cook and David Warner - all have two 250-plus scores in this format as openers.
3 - Three individuals have racked up scores more than Latham's 252 against Bangladesh. Kumar Sangakkara is the only triple centurion against Bangladesh, with the 319 he scored in Chattogram in 2014. Ramnaresh Sarwan scored an unbeaten 261 in Kingston in 2004, while Marlon Samuels made 260 in Khulna in 2012.
1 - Latham's 252 is the highest individual score for a New Zealand skipper while opening the batting in Test cricket, eclipsing Graham Dowling's 239 against India in 1968. It is the fifth-highest score by a New Zealand captain in Tests. Latham is also one of six captains with 250-plus Test scores as an opener.
12 - All of Latham's 12 Test tons have come as an opener. These are the joint-most Test hundreds by a New Zealand opener alongside John Wright. Latham's 12 hundreds are also the joint-fourth most by New Zealander.
1 - Devon Conway became the first player in Test cricket with fifty-plus scores in the first innings of his first five Tests. Six batters before Conway had at least one fifty-plus score in their first five Tests, among which Bert Sutcliffe was the only New Zealander.
623 - Runs Conway has racked up in Tests so far. Only two others - Sunil Gavaskar (831) and George Headley (714) - have made more runs in their first five Tests.
363 Runs aggregated by New Zealand before the fall of the second wicket, the third-most by them in a Test innings. New Zealand lost their second wicket at 482 against West Indies in 1972 in Georgetown and 382 runs against India in Mohali in 2003.
301 - The number of wickets Trent Boult has in Tests currently. He is the fourth New Zealander to take 300-plus Test wickets. Boult is also one of the seven left-arm bowlers and the fifth left-arm pacer with 300 Test wickets.
19 - Runs by Bangladesh's top five batters, the joint-fewest runs they have scored in a Test innings. Bangladesh's top five aggregated 19 runs in the first innings of the 2001 Dhaka Test against Zimbabwe.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo