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Stats Analysis

West Indies eye first away win against Pakistan in 26 years

West Indies have never lost a Test when chasing targets of less than 200; however, they last beat Pakistan away from home in 1990

Bharath Seervi

West Indies have won only two away Tests against top-eight teams since 2000  •  ESPNcricinfo Ltd

2-56 West Indies' win-loss record in Tests outside home since 2000, excluding in Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, before this match. The two wins: Edgbaston in 2000 and Port Elizabeth in 2007-09.
0 West Indies have never lost a Test when chasing targets of less than 200 - they have won 51 and drawn six. They're 114 for 5 in their chase of 153 in this Test. That is the fourth-smallest target Pakistan have set in Tests in UAE.
1990 Last time West Indies won a Test against Pakistan outside home - in Faisalabad. Since then, Pakistan have won nine of the 11 Tests played against West Indies either at home or in UAE. Two Tests were drawn.
186 Runs scored by Kraigg Brathwaite in this match, which is currently his second-highest in any Test. The highest was 216 runs against Bangladesh in Kingstown in 2014 which included a double-century. He is yet to be dismissed in this match.
474 Runs by Azhar Ali in this series - the fifth-highest by a Pakistan opener in any Test series. The last Pakistani opener to score more runs than him in a series was Shoaib Mohammad (507), against New Zealand in 1990-91. This is also the first time Azhar has scored more than 400 runs in any series.
0 Number of five-wicket hauls for Jason Holder in Tests prior to this match. In fact, he had never taken more than three wickets in an innings. He took 5 for 30 in the second innings to register his maiden five-for in his 20th Test. He is the sixth West Indies captain to take a five-wicket haul in Tests.
58.3 Holder's bowling strike rate in this series, which is his best among the eight series he has appeared in. He has taken nine wickets in 87.3 overs in the series. In the recent home series against India, he had picked only one wicket from his 86.2 overs - a strike rate of 518, his worst. His last nine Test wickets before this series, had taken him 227.2 overs (1364 balls) to get.

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath