201 - Leading score courtesy of Louis Oosthuizen, who shot a third round 67 today. 15 under par is Oosthuizen's lowest 54-hole score in more than four years (2012 WGC - HSBC Champions).
3 - Oosthuizen has missed just three greens in regulation this week, hitting 17 in each of his three rounds so far. If the South African hits 17 greens tomorrow he'll tie the European Tour record for greens in regulation at one event (68).
26.3 - Putts per round for Peter Uihlein. The American is three shots back with one round to play but leads the field in Putts per Round and Putts per GIR (1.56).
3 - Australians in the top ten in Perth - Jason Scrivener (fourth), Brett Rumford (fifth) and Marcus Fraser (tied for sixth). No Australian has ever lifted the title at the ISPS HANDA Perth International.
5 - Shots is all Rumford needed to play the par four 14th and par five 15th today. It's the first time this season a player has carded back-to-back eagles.
18 - Brett Rumford has made par or better 18 times from his last 19 visits to greenside bunkers.
31 - The biggest move on moving day. Last week's Maybank Championship Malaysia winner Marcus Fraser moved 31 places up the leaderboard after a bogey-free third round that included seven birdies.
38 - of 42 fairways hit by Adilson De Silva through three rounds. The Brazilian has led The European Tour in driving accuracy in three of the past four seasons.
20 - At least 20 bogeys were carded on each of the last three holes today. None of the other 15 holes on the course saw more than 17. On average players dropped 0.9 shots on this tough finishing stretch.
1 - Damaged club for Rhein Gibson. After hitting a shot out of the trees, Gibson's club hit a tree and bent the shaft. He continued to use it as is permitted under the R&A rules.