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  Statistical Highlights - Australia v. Pakistan - 02/01/2017  
  Dave Warner scored 113 runs from 95 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his eighteenth century, see Players Scoring Most Centuries , third against Pakistan, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, fourteenth in Australia, and third at the Sydney Cricket Ground. See Performances in Australia. Dave Warner has scored 5,167 runs at an average of 50.17 when opening the batting, see Performance Analysis by Batting Position , and overall has scored 5,206 runs at an average of 49.11, see Australian Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs, and his scoring rate of 78.30 is fifth fastest, and second fastest by an Australian player. See Fastest Scoring Rates for Players with Minimum 1000 Runs.

Peter Handscomb scored 110 runs from 205 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his second century, both against Pakistan, and he has now scored 399 runs at an average of 99.75. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Matt Renshaw scored 184 runs from 293 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his maiden century, and he has now scored 315 runs at an average of 63.0. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Dave Warner scored 55 runs from 27 balls in the second innings of the match, and reached his half century in 23 balls, which is second fastest, and the fastest by an Australian player. See Fastest Fifties (Balls Faced. Dave Warner's scoring rate in his 10 innings at the Sydney Cricket Ground is 109.47, see Performances in Australia, and his overall rate of 78.8 is the fifth fastest, and the second fastest by an Australian player. See Fastest Scoring Rates for Players with Minimum 1000 Runs. Dave Warner has now scored 5,261 runs at an average of 49.17, see Highest Batting Average for Australia Players Batting 30 Innings, and his average of 50.21 when opening the batting is sixth highest by an Australian opener. See Players with Highest Average Batting as Opener.

Younis Khan scored 175 not out from 334 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his thirty fourth century, see Players Scoring Most Centuries , fourth against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, first in Australia, see Performances in Australia, and recorded the highest score by a Pakistan player at the Sydney Cricket Ground. See Players Scoring Centuries at Sydney Cricket Ground - (Test Cricket) . Younis Khan's score of 175 represented 55.56% of his teams total of 315, see Batsman Scoring More than 50% of Innings Total , and with 34 centuries, and 32 half centuries his 50/100 conversion rate of 51.52% is seventh highest, and the best by a Pakistan player. See Scoring 2,000 Runs with a 50/100 Conversion Rate of 40% or Better . Overall, Younis Khan has scored 9,964 runs, see Pakistan Players Scoring 8000 Career Runs, his average of 53.28 is the best by a Pakistan player, see Highest Batting Average for Pakistan Players Batting 30 Innings, and his average of 51.33 when batting at number three, is the best by a Pakistan player batting in that position. See Players with Highest Average Batting at Number Three.

Australia defeated Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground, and have now won 24, and lost 4, drawn 7 in the 35 matches against Pakistan in Australia, see Australia v Pakistan, and won 5, lost 2, and drawn 1 in the 8 matches against Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground. See Australia v Pakistan at Sydney Cricket Ground. Australia won the series 3-0, which is the fourth time in succession, that they have won 3-0 (clean sweep) against Pakistan at home, see Sides Winning Every Match in a Series , and overall, have won 9, lost 0, and drawn 3 of the 12 series against Pakistan in Australia. See Test Series for Australia Versus Pakistan at Home .

 
 
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