1958 Last time before Asad Shafiq a Pakistan batsman made a hundred in a Test against a team following a pair against them in the previous Test. Wazir Mohammad made 106 in Pakistan's second innings of the Jamaica Test in 1958. He got a pair in Port of Spain in the match before that. Shafiq got a pair in his previous Test at Edgbaston.
193 Number of innings taken by Younis Khan to make 32 Test hundreds. Of the other nine batsmen who have got at least as many Test centuries, only Ricky Ponting (176) and Sachin Tendulkar (179) have taken fewer innings.
15 Number of times Younis has completed a century out of the last 20 times he has crossed fifty in Tests. Overall, he has made only 30 fifties in Tests and has been dismissed only 27 times in those innings. Younis is one of the only two batsmen in the 30-centuries club - the other being Matthew Hayden - to have made more hundreds than fifties in Tests.
23 Previous most wickets by an England bowler in a Test series against Pakistan - by James Anderson in the 2010 series. Chris Woakes went past that tally with the wicket of Misbah-ul-Haq in this match. Woakes has now taken 25 wickets in the series at an average of 15.76.
2 Number of Pakistan batsmen to make a hundred at The Oval batting at No. 4 before Shafiq. Mohammad Yousuf hit a century in Pakistan's first innings in 2006. Before that, Javed Miandad made 260 in Pakistan's first innings in 1987. Overall, Shafiq's is the tenth century by a Pakistan No. 4 in Tests in England.
0 Hundreds by Shafiq in Tests batting at No. 4 before this; this was only his fourth innings at No. 4 in Tests. All his previous eight hundreds had come at No. 6. Shafiq has made 2871 runs at 42.85 and has 15 fifties in addition to his nine hundreds.
1992 The last time Pakistan had a 150-run stand for their fourth wicket in Tests in England. Miandad and Saleem Malik put on a 322-run stand in Pakistan's first innings at Edgbaston on that occasion. The partnership between Shafiq and Younis Khan is the fourth stand of 150 or more for the fourth wicket for Pakistan in Tests in England. Overall this was the 13th 150-plus stand for Pakistan for any wicket in Tests in England.
2001 Last time Pakistan's No. 4 and No. 5 got hundreds in the same Test innings outside of Asia. Inzamam-ul-Haq and Mohammad Yousuf got 130 and 203 respectively in Pakistan's first innings in Christchurch 15 years ago. Overall, this is just the fifth such instance for Pakistan in Tests outside of Asia, including the 1987 Test at The Oval when Miandad and Malik had got 260 and 102 respectively.
2013 The last time two or more Pakistan batsmen got hundreds in a Test innings outside of Asia. On that occasion, too, the centuries had come from the same pair, Younis and Shafiq in the Cape Town Test in 2012-13. Overall, this was the 20th instance for Pakistan when two or more of their batsmen had got hundreds in a Test innings outside of Asia.
5.18 Moeen Ali's economy in this innings - currently the fifth worst for any England bowler to have bowled at least ten overs in a Test innings at home. Moeen has conceded 83 runs off his 16 overs in this innings so far, including seven fours and three sixes. His career economy of 3.78 is currently the second worst for any spinner who has bowled at least 500 overs in Tests. Only New Zealand's Mark Craig is more expensive.

Shiva Jayaraman is a senior sub-editor (stats) at ESPNcricinfo.com @shiva_cricinfo