Third-biggest Ashes win, Nevill's debut record
28 Number of times Australia have set their opposition a target of 500-plus runs in the fourth innings of a Test match. Australia have won 27 of these games and drawn one - versus England, in Melbourne, in 1947.
20.8 Average runs per wicket for England in this Test. They lost 20 wickets and only scored 415 runs (312 and 103). Australia on the other hand scored 820 runs in this Test (566 and 254) and lost only 10 wickets over both innings combined, which means they averaged 82 runs per wicket.
405 Australia's margin of victory in this game, their third biggest in an Ashes Test, in terms of runs. This is also the ninth-biggest win for any team in Test history, with Australia holding five of the top nine spots.
37 Overs played by England in the fourth innings of this Test. This is the second-fewest overs in which they have bowled out in the fourth innings of an Ashes Test at home, and the fourth-fewest in any innings. The only time they were bowled out in fewer overs was also at Lord's, in 1888 when they were bowled in 47 four-ball overs (or 188 balls, i.e. 31.2 six-ball overs).
1 Number of times in the last ten years that the team batting first has lost a Test match at Lord's - West Indies against England in 2012. There have been 22 Tests played in this period, with the team batting first winning 13 and the remaining eight being drawn.
81 Years since an Australia batsman has made a 200-plus score and a 50-plus score in the same Ashes Test. Steven Smith scored 215 runs in the first innings and 58 in the second. The last Australia batsman to do this was Don Bradman at The Oval in 1934.
0 Wickets taken by James Anderson this Test, the first time he has gone wicketless in a Test match at Lord's (18 Tests). This is also the first time that he has gone wicketless in the last 60 Tests. He was wicketless in three out of six Tests before this streak.
10 Instances of an Australia opener retiring hurt (and not resuming his innings) in a Test match, the most for any team. Chris Rogers, who retired on 49, was the 10th such instance for Australia.