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  Statistical Highlights - Australia v. New Zealand - 13/11/2015  
  Usman Khawaja scored 174 runs from 239 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his second century in consecutive matches, see Batting Progressive Average and Aggregate , and first at the W.A.C.A. Ground. See Performances in Australia. Usman Khawaja has now scored 681 runs at an average of 40.06. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Dave Warner scored 253 runs from 286 balls in the first innings, of the match, which was his highest score, and first double century, see Best Batting Performances, the second highest score at the W.A.C.A. Ground, see Highest Scores at W.A.C.A. Ground, and the second highest score in the 2015 calendar year. See Players with Highest Individual Innings in 2015 . Dave Warner also recorded his third century in successive innings, see Players Scoring 100s in Three or more Consecutive Innings , and fourth century against New Zealand, where he averages 137.0. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. Warner has now scored 4,181 runs at an average of 51.62, see Australian Players Batting 30 Innings with Average of 45 or Better, and his scoring rate of 75.63 is the second highest by an Australian player. See Fastest Scoring Rates for Players with Minimum 1000 Runs.

Kain Williamson scored 166 runs from 250 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his twelfth century, second against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, second in Australia, and first at the W.A.C.A Ground. See Performances in Australia. Kain Williamson is New Zealand's leading run scorer in 2015, with 841 runs at an average of 105.13, see Players Scoring Most Runs in 2015 , has scored 3,564 runs, and his average of 48.82 is the best by a New Zealand player. See New Zealand Players Batting 30 Innings with Average of 45 or Better.

W.A.C.A.Ground has two new partnership records. A new second wicket partnership record of 302 which was set by D A Warner & U T Khawaja (AUS), and a new third wicket partnership record of 265, which was was set by K S Williamson and L R Taylor (NZL). See Ground Partnership Records (Test Cricket) at W.A.C.A. Ground.

New Zealand scored 624 runs in the first innings of the match, which was their fifth highest score, highest score in Australia, and their seventh score over 600. See Innings Scores in Selected Range of 600 or more by New Zealand. During the Innings, New Scored 85 "fours", which was their highest number in a Test innings. See Most 4s Scored in an Innings.

Ross Taylor scored 290 runs from 374 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his highest score and second double century, see Best Batting Performances, the third highest score by a New Zealand player, see Players Scoring Double Centuries , the highest score by a visiting player in Australia, see Best Batting Performances Versus Australia, the second highest innings at the W.A.C.A. Ground, see Highest Scores at W.A.C.A. Ground, and the highest innings in the 2015 calendar year. See Players with Highest Individual Innings in 2015 . Also, it was the second highest innings by a New Zealand player batting at number four, Highest Scores in Each Batting Position For New Zealand, and the innings included 43 "fours", which is the highest number by a New Zealand player. See Players Scoring Most 4s in an Innings. Ross Taylor has now scored 5,085 runs, and he became the fifth New Zealand player to achieve the 5,000 runs milestone, see New Zealand Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs.

W.A.C.A.Ground recorded its fourth draw in the 7 matches between Australia and New Zealand. See Australia v New Zealand at W.A.C.A Ground. Overall, the ground has had 8 draws (19.05%) in the 42 matches played at the ground. See W.A.C.A.Ground . The Ground has the highest scoring rate of the Australian Grounds where ten or more Tests have been played. See Runs Scored per Over at Grounds in Australia.

Steve Smith scored 138 runs from 185 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his twelfth century, first against New Zealand, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, seventh in Australia, second at the W.A.C.A. Ground, see Performances in Australia, and his first century in the third innings of the match. See Performance Analysis by Innings Number . Steve Smith has scored 12 centuries, and 12 half centuries, giving him a 50/100 conversion rate of 50%, which is the highest percentage of current Australian players. See Scoring 2,000 Runs with a 50/100 Conversion Rate of 40% or Better . Smith has now scored 1,193 runs at an average of 70.18 in the 2015 calendar year, see Players Scoring Most Runs in 2015 , and overall has scored 3,309 runs, and his average of 56.08 is the highest of the current players. See Players Batting 30 Innings with Average of 45 or Better.

Adam Voges scored 119 runs from 240 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his second century, first against New Zealand, See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and first in Australia. See Performances in Australia. Adam Voges has now scored 612 runs at an average of 61.2. Adam Voges.

 
 
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