5 Batsmen from Australia to score more than fifty in their debut Test and ODI. Peter Handscomb scored 82 on his ODI debut in addition to 54 he made against South Africa in Adelaide on Test debut. He joined Phil Hughes, Shaun Marsh, Michael Slater and Kepler Wessels to achieve this rare double.
2 Batsmen to have made higher scores than Peter Handscomb on debut at No. 4 in ODIs. Mark Chapman and Stephen Fleming are the others.
183 Runs added by Steven Smith and Peter Handscomb for the third wicket. This is the third-highest partnership for any wicket for Australia against Pakistan.
79 Innings taken by Steven Smith to score 3000 ODI runs. He is the fastest Australian to this feat overtaking George Bailey and Micheal Bevan, who got there in 80 innings.
21 Innings taken by Babar Azam to score 1000 ODI runs. He is the joint fastest to this feat equaling Viv Richards, Kevin Pietersen, Jonathan Trott and Quinton De Kock. He is the quickest from Pakistan to get to 1000 runs going past Azhar Ali, who got there in 23 innings.
84.2 Average of Steven Smith in Perth. He has now made two consecutive hundreds at this venue. He scored 149 against India last year and an unbeaten 108 against Pakistan. Australia won both matches.
50 Runs scored by Pakistan between overs 41 and 50. When batting first, this is their third lowest in the last fifteen years when they have batted out an innings. Previously, they scored 45 runs against England in Dubai in 2012.
4 Scores higher than 263 that Pakistan have made against Australia in Australia. Incidentally three out of their top-five scores have come in Perth.