We crunch the numbers ahead of the fifth and final ODI between the Proteas and Sri Lanka at Centurion.
The Proteas have played 35 ODIs at Supersport Park since 1992, winning 23, losing 11 and one ending in a no-result, giving them a winning percentage of 67.64, not counting the no-result.
The team batting first has gone on to win 16 times and the team batting second has won 18 times.
The highest total for a team batting first at Supersport Park is 392-6 by the Proteas against Pakistan in a massive 164-run victory in 2007.
The highest total for a team batting second at Supersport Park was also by the Proteas, 319-3 in a seven-wicket victory over England last year.
The lowest total for a team batting first happened when India were bowled out for 125 against Australia in the 2003 World cup.
The lowest total for a team batting second was when the Proteas bowled out Zimbabwe for 119 runs in 2009.
The highest individual score by a batsman at Supersport Park was scored by Quinton de Kock, who scored 178 runs in a magnificent innings against Australia last year.
Hashim Amla has scored the most centuries at the ground, four. He has scored one more than Quinton de Kock, who has three.
Graeme Smith has scored the most runs at the ground, 861 in 17 innings, at an average of 53.81.
Shane Watson and Ricky Ponting share the highest partnership – they scored 252 runs in an unbroken partnership against England in 2009.
The best bowling figures at the ground was achieved by Trent Johnston, who took 5-14 runs in his 10 overs against Canada in 2009.
Shaun Pollock is the leading wicket-taker at the ground, as he took 32 wickets in the 16 innings that he bowled there.
Four bowlers have taken five or more wickets in an ODI innings at Supersport Park. Wayne Parnell was the last one to do so back in 2009 against New Zealand.
The Proteas have won four in a row at the ground and would like to make it five.
If the Proteas defeat Sri Lanka on Friday, they will win the ODI Series 5-0, and in doing so, become the No 1 ODI team in the world.
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