England v Australia, 3rd ODI, Old Trafford September 8, 2015

Boundary-shy centurions and Australia's streak ends

Stats highlights from the third ODI between England and Australia in Manchester

James Taylor, in his last four innings against Australia, has struck 291 runs. In his first three, he had struck nine © Getty Images

9 ODIs Australia had won on a trot before the defeat in Manchester. This was only the second loss for Australia in 18 ODIs in 2015, the other handed to them by New Zealand in the group stages of the World Cup.

1989 The last time that England won an ODI by a higher margin, batting first against Australia. That 95-run win, incidentally, had come at the same venue. Overall, the 93-run win for England in this match was their fourth-best in terms of margin of runs in ODIs against Australia.

1993 The last time that an England No. 3 hit an ODI hundred against Australia at home. James Taylor's 101 in the third ODI of this series follows Robin Smith's unbeaten 167 at Edgbaston. Taylor's was also the first century by an England No. 3 against Australia since Jonathan Trott's 137 at the SCG in 2011. Overall, including Taylor's, there have only been seven centuries by England's No. 3 against Australia in ODIs.

79 Runs conceded by Mitchell Starc in this match - the most he has conceded in an ODI. His previous worst had also come against England, at Edgbaston in the Champions Trophy in 2013, when he gave away 75 from his 10 overs.

5 Boundaries hit by Taylor in his innings of 101 in this match - the least by any batsman to make an ODI century in England. There have been five instances of batsmen with as few as six boundaries while hitting a ton in England.

97.00 Taylor's batting average in his last four ODIs against Australia. He has scores of 98*, 49, 43 and 101. In his first-three innings against Australia he had scored just nine runs.

2004 The last time that at least three of England's top-four batsmen made fifty-plus scores in an ODI against Australia. Taylor (101), Jason Roy (63) and Eoin Morgan (62) followed up Marcus Trescothick, Michael Vaughan and Andrew Strauss, who had made scores of 81, 86 and 52 respectively. This was only the fifth such occurrence for England against Australia in ODIs.

1980 The last and only time before this that England made more runs at home in an ODI against Australia. They tallied 300 for 8 in Manchester, but 35 years earlier England had put up 320 for 8 in a 55-overs-a-side match. The Manchester match was also only the sixth time in 134 innings that England has posted a total of 300 or more in an ODI against Australia.

67/6 Australia's score in overs 26 to 40 in this match after being 110 for 3. Teams chasing in this series have lost their way during this period after doing reasonably well in the first 25 overs. Both teams have lost at least five wickets in this phase in each of the three chases so far. England, who batted second in the previous two matches, had scores of 74 for 5 and 94 for 5 during this period after being 146 for 2 and 136 for 3 respectively, by the end of the 25th over.

2009 The last time Australia won chasing in England. This was their fourth defeat in five ODIs while chasing in England. One of them had ended with no result. They last won batting second against the hosts at Trent Bridge in September 2009.