129 - Nathan Holman’s score after 36 holes, enough for a two shot lead heading into Moving Day.
1 - First time Holman has taken a lead into the weekend on The European Tour.
6 - Birdies on the six par fives he's played so far for Holman, who averaged 301 yards off the tee on day two.
0 - Bogeys for Richard Bland who is Holman’s closest challenger two shots back. The Englishman is the only player who is yet to drop a shot heading into the weekend.
70 - Players made the cut at one under par. Several big names will not be around for the next two days, including the likes of Martin Kaymer, Thomas Pieters and Matt Fitzpatrick.
Great event though @maybankchampio1 enjoyed the week despite it not being the result I wanted!— Matt Fitzpatrick (@MattFitz94) February 19, 2016
71 - The average score in round two, exactly level par. Slightly better than the 71.1 average on day one.
5 - Shots back for Danny Willett, who shot 69 on Friday. The World Number 13 is looking to notch back-to-back wins for the first time in his career.
1 - A win for Willett would see him rise to Number One in the 2016 Race to Dubai rankings, moving above Henrik Stenson and Branden Grace. Willett finished second in the rankings last season.
Some good work out there today with how I was feeling.. Back in bed this afternoon to try to get rid of this flu.. Gonna be a good weekend.— Danny Willett (@Danny_Willett) February 19, 2016
21 - Year old Miguel Tabuena is also in the group at eight under par. The Filipino has scrambled for par seven of the eight times he’s missed a green so far.
9 - Professional wins already for Miguel Tabuena. By comparison, Rory McIlroy had just two wins before turning 22.
193 - Distance of Casey O’Toole’s hole in one on the 12th hole.
1,000,000 - Hilton Honours points O’Toole will receive thanks to his ace.
484 - Yard 18th hole is proving a tough finish for players. It has given up just 22 birdies from 302 attempts so far this week and is playing as the hardest hole on the course.