222 - Runs added by Joe Burns and David Warner for the opening stand - the first opening double-century stand for Australia since November 2015. Incidentally, the pair on the previous occasion was also Burns and Warner when they added 237 against New Zealand in the second innings at the Gabba. This is also the third 200-plus opening stand in 2019. Only five years have had more.
95 - Runs scored by Warner in the entire Ashes series earlier this year. In his first innings at home, he has passed the entire series tally. Warner finished the second day unbeaten on 151.
131.71 - Australia's average for the first wicket against Pakistan at the Gabba - the most for any venue in Australia. At no other venue do they average more than 50 for the opening stand against Pakistan.
13 - Opening partners used by Australia since the retirement of Chris Rogers. In this period Warner and Burns have added 1064 runs with five century stands. All other pairs have six century stands in between them.
40 - International centuries for Warner - joint-second for Australia along with Matthew Hayden. Only Ricky Ponting has more - 70. Warner now has 22 Test centuries and 16 of those have come at home.
4 - Centuries for Warner at the Gabba - the most at a single venue in his career. At the end of day one, Warner averages 62.08 at home and 74 at the Gabba. This was also the fourth century for him against Pakistan in ten innings. He averages 82.88 against them.