24 - The field was cut to 24 players after the third round. Those remaining players will battle it out over five rounds of match play tomorrow.
8 - The top eight players, including Prom Meesawat and Thorbjorn Olesen, have earned a bye to the second round of the match play.
83 - Meesawat has hit 83 per cent of fairways this week, the joint-fifth best in the field.
0 - The Thai has never won a European Tour event.
9 - There were nine men contesting for eight spots in the play-off.
4 - In total, there were four play-off holes. Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Anthony Quayle contested the final three, with the former winning on the fourth extra hole.
7 - Aphibarnrat has played the 18th seven times this week and is yet to hit the Green in Regulation.
15 - Of the 24 players remaining, 15 of them are over par on the closing 18th hole, the final hole of the Super 6 that will be in use in tomorrow's match play.
25 - Dimitrios Papadatos made the biggest move to earn a place in the top eight, climbing 25 places to finish fifth.