2 Individual scores higher than Adam Voges' unbeaten 174 in Tests in Hobart. The only double-hundred at this venue was scored by Ricky Ponting against Pakistan in 2010-11. Kumar Sangakkara's 192 in 2007-08 is the only other higher score at this venue.

438 Runs scored on the first day in Hobart - the seventh highest on any day of a Test in Australia and the highest at this venue. The previous highest scored in a day of play in Hobart was the 411 scored by the hosts against New Zealand in 2001-02. This is also the third-highest score on the first day of a Test in Australia.

1931 The last time before this Test when West Indies conceded over 400 runs in a single day's play. On that occasion the same opponents had amassed 428 runs for the loss of three wickets on the first day of the Brisbane Test. The only other instance when West Indies conceded 400-plus in a day had happened a year before that, when England made 411 runs on the second day of the Jamaica Test. The 438 runs that they conceded today are the most they have conceded in a day in Tests.

100 Balls taken by Voges to complete his century in this innings - the fastest hundred in Tests in Hobart. The previous fastest at this venue was Adam Gilchrist's 110-ball hundred against Pakistan in 1999-00.

7 Number of hundreds by Voges in first-class cricket in 2015 - the most he has scored in a year. Voges has made 2346 runs at 67.02 in 2015. This was Voges' third Test century. He has made 827 runs at 68.91 in Tests. Among players to make their debut after the age of 35, Voges's average is currently the highest.

11 Number of fifty-plus scores by David Warner in 2015 - the most by any Australia opener in Tests in a calendar year. Before Warner this year, Matthew Hayden and Simon Katich had each made 10 such scores in 2001 and 2009 respectively. Warner has made 1277 runs at 58.04 in 2015.

1565 Runs added by Australia's first wicket in Tests this year; this is the most they have added in any single year. They had scored 1546 runs in 25 innings in 2001, which was their previous highest. The 75-run stand between Warner and Joe Burns was Australia's 12th fifty-plus opening stand in Tests in 2015 - the most, by far, by any team this year.

6 Number of 300-run stands for Australia's fourth wicket in Tests including the one between Voges and Shaun Marsh. The last such partnership came between Michael Clarke and Ricky Ponting, who added 386 in the first innings at the Adelaide Oval against India in 2011-12.

1 Partnerships that have added more runs than the one between Voges and Marsh in Tests in Hobart. Ponting and Clarke had added 352 against Pakistan in 2009-10. The fourth-wicket stand in Australia's innings was only the third 250-plus partnership in Tests in Hobart. Click here for a list of 300-run stands for the fourth wicket in Tests.

847 Total runs scored in the day in the ongoing Tests in Dunedin and Hobart - the most that have been scored in a day with a maximum of two Tests in progress. While Australia ended the day at 438 for 3, New Zealand made 409 for 8 in Dunedin. The previous highest was 823 runs, scored on September 7, 2001, when 409 runs were made on second day at the SSC and 414 on the first day of the Harare Test.

18 Innings played by Shaun Marsh since his last century in Tests. Before his 139* in this innings, he had made 148 in Centurion last year. This was his third hundred in Tests. He also completed 1000 Test runs during his innings.

2006 The last time before this Test when four bowlers, who sent down at least ten overs each, leaked runs at an economy rate of 5 or worse. In this innings Jerome Taylor, Kemar Roach, Shannon Gabriel and Jomel Warrican have conceded runs at more than 5 an over so far. On the last such occasion, four Pakistan bowlers had suffered this, in the Lahore Test. Apart from this, there is only one such instance, which came in the second innings of the SSC Test in 2001, when four Bangladesh bowlers were at the receiving end.

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