57.95 Darren Bravo's average in Tests in Asia - his highest in any continent. In 26 innings in Asia, he has scored 1391 runs. Four of his seven Test centuries have also come in Asia. Outside Asia, he averages just 32.55 scoring 1823 runs in 58 innings.
0 Overseas batsmen who have scored more runs in Asia than Bravo's 1391 since his debut. Alastair Cook is the only one with more than 1000 runs in Asia among visiting batsmen since Bravo's debut. Bravo's average of 57.95 lies fourth among 16 overseas batsmen with 500 or more runs in Asia since his debut.
65 Runs scored by Marlon Samuels in the last two away tours - Sri Lanka and Australia - in nine innings. He had scores of 11, 0, 13 and 6 in Sri Lanka and 9, 3, 0, 19 and 14 in Australia in 2015-16. He has scored 76 in the first innings of this tour.
2012 The last time West Indies' No. 3 and 4 both scored 50 or more in the same Test innings, also done by Bravo and Samuels against Bangladesh in Khulna. West Indies had seven such instances between 2010 and 2012 but this innings was the first since then.
13 Consecutive partnerships between Samuels and Bravo that failed to reach 50 runs in Tests before they added 113 runs in this innings. Their last stand of 50 or more runs came at against India at Eden Gardens in 2013. Since then, the average partnership between them was only 21.15. They had three 50-plus partnerships in their first ten outings. That Khulna Test of 2012 was the last time they had a century stand.
2014 Last time West Indies reached 300 runs before losing their sixth wicket in a Test innings - against Bangladesh in Kingstown. Since then, their top-six partnerships have averaged only 29.05 per wicket, which is the lowest among all teams.
14 Maidens delivered by Yasir Shah from his 36 overs till the end of day three. West Indies had bowled only 17 maidens as a team in their 155.3 overs in the first innings. Apart from Yasir, the other Pakistan bowlers have bowled a combined 15 maidens from their 73 overs.
2 Fifties for Samuels in two Tests against Pakistan. Prior to this match, he had played only one Test versus Pakistan, in Basseterre in 2011 and had made 57 in the first innings of that match.
15 Fours conceded by Yasir in this innings so far - already the joint-most by him an innings in the UAE. He had conceded 15 fours against New Zealand in Sharjah in 2014 from his 44.1 overs. Out of his 97 runs conceded, 66 came from boundaries including one six.
Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath