284Runs added by David Warner and Travis Head for the opening partnership. This is the second highest opening stand in ODIs. They fell two short of the record of 286 held by Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga against England in 2006. This is also the highest partnership for any wicket for Australia going past the 260 runs added by Steven Smith and Warner against Afghanistan in Perth in 2015. In the process, Warner and Head also surpassed Australia's previous best opening stand of 246 by Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh against Scotland in Edinburgh.

6 Number of ODI centuries by Warner this season- equals the most by a batsman in any season. Kumar Sangakkara scored six hundreds in 23 innings in 2014-15. Warner is the first batsman to score six centuries from any 11 consecutive innings in ODIs.

91 Innings taken by Warner to score 13 ODI centuries - third quickest to this feat behind Hashim Amla(83 innings) and Virat Kohli(86 innings).

9 Hundreds for Warner in Australia - Joint highest by any opening batsmen in Australia equaling Adam Gilchrist. Gilchrist got there in 98 innings while Warner has taken 49 innings.

179 Runs made by Warner - the third-highest score for Australia in ODIs. It is also the highest individual score at the Adelaide Oval. Warner went past Brian Lara's 156 against Pakistan in 2005. Incidentally the top three scores at this venue are against Pakistan. This is the third time Warner has been dismissed in the 170s.

5 Number of scores above 150 for Warner - equals the most by a batsman in ODIs. Sachin Tendulkar also made five 150-plus scores.

100 Runs conceded by Hasan Ali from nine overs - the second most expensive figures by a Pakistan bowler in ODIs and the third most expensive figures in Australia. Hasan is also the first bowler to concede 100 after taking a five-wicket haul in the previous match.

369 for 7 This is Australia's highest total against Pakistan in ODIs going past the 353 they made in the previous game of this series in Sydney. This is the 18th instance of Australia scoring more than 350 runs in ODIs and six of those have come in the last two years.

307 Runs from Warner and Head, the openers, in Australia's total of 369. This is the second-highest aggregate behind the 327 runs from New Zealand's Brendon McCullum and James Marshall against Ireland in 2008.

6 Number of consecutive series wins for Australia against Pakistan in a bilateral series. The last time Pakistan won was in 2002 when they beat Australia 2-1 in Australia.

1981 Last instance of a Pakistan batsman to score a century against Australia in Australia before Babar Azam. Zaheer Abbas made 108 at Sydney. Babar Azam has now made four centuries in his last eight innings.

Gaurav Sundararaman is a senior stats analyst at ESPNcricinfo