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England's first five-for on debut

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0 Number of England bowlers to take a five-for on debut in ODIs before Jake Ball. The previous best by an England bowler on debut was Adam Hollioake's 4 for 23 against Pakistan at Edgbaston in 1996. Ball's 5 for 51 are the fourth-best figures by an England bowler in ODIs in Asia and only the fifth five-wicket haul. Ball is the 14th England player to win the Man-of-the-Match award on debut.

17 Runs for which Bangladesh lost their last six wickets - equals their seventh-worst collapse in ODIs. They looked set to win the match at 271 for 4 in the 42nd over before Ball's twin strikes triggered the collapse. Their worst had come against India at the same venue in 2014 when they lost their last six wickets for just nine runs in a low-scoring game.

1 Number of centuries by England batsmen at No. 5 or lower in ODIs in Asia before Ben Stokes' 101 in this match. Eoin Morgan had made 110 not out against Bangladesh at the same venue in 2010. This was Stokes' highest score in ODIs passing his 75 against Pakistan in Cardiff earlier this year.

165.78 Jos Buttler's strike rate in his innings of 68 - the seventh time he has made 50 or more runs in a ODI at a strike rate of 150-plus. Overall, including the seven innings from Buttler, there have been only 21 such innings by England batsmen in ODIs.

4/55 Adil Rashid's previous best bowling figures in ODIs, which had come against New Zealand at Edgbatson in 2014. His 4 for 49 in this match was his best and the third four-wicket haul he has taken in ODIs. Rashid's figures in this match were also the sixth-best by an England spinner in ODIs in Asia.

2 Number of England batsmen younger than Ben Duckett who have made fifty or more on their debut in ODIs. Ben Hollioake was just 19 years and 195 days old when he made 63 on his ODI debut, against Australia in 1997. Andrew Flintoff made 50 at the age of 21 years and 122 days against Pakistan in 1999. Duckett was 21 years and 356 days old.

95.10 Duckett's batting average in List A matches in 2016; he has made 951 runs from 12 innings at a strike rate of 112.67 with three hundreds and five fifties. Duckett made a double-hundred against Sri Lanka A batting at No. 3 for England Lions earlier this year: only the second ever by a non-opener in a 50-over List-A match.

5 Number of stands of 150-plus for England in ODIs in Asia before the 153-run partnership between Duckett and Stokes in this match. This was also only the seventh 150-plus stand for England for the fourth wicket in ODIs.

136 Wickets by Shakib Al Hasan in ODIs at home - the second highest by any spinner in ODIs at home after Muttiah Muralitharan's 154 wickets in Sri Lanka. Shakib went past Shane Warne's tally of 134 wickets at home when he dismissed Jason Roy. Overall, only three other bowlers - Shaun Pollock (193 wickets), Brett Lee (169) and Glenn McGrath (160) - have taken more wickets at home in ODIs than Shakib.

0 Number of times England had made a total of 300 or more from eight ODIs in Bangladesh before this. England's previous highest total in Bangladesh was the 284 for 5 which they had made against Bangladesh in Chittagong in 2010.

1 Number of instances of a Bangladesh batsman making a hundred in a chase of 300 or more runs before Imrul Kayes. Tamim Iqbal scored 154 while chasing a target of 313 against Zimbabwe in 2009. This was Imrul's first ODI hundred since February 2010 when he had made 101 against New Zealand in Christchurch. Between the two centuries, Imrul had played 49 ODI innings- the most by a batsman in the top three in this period without getting a hundred.

2 Number of instances of a Bangladesh batsmen at No. 6 or lower who have made more runs in a chase than Shakib in this match. Nasir Hossain had made 100 against Pakistan at the same venue in 2011-12 and Alok Kapali scored 89 not out in 2002-03, both of which also came in a losing cause. This was Shakib's highest score against England in ODIs and his second fifty against them. Before this innings, he had made 182 runs against them at an average of 22.75.