Jason Roy produced a special innings on his home ground to power England to a 2-0 series win
England's second highest ODI run chase led the statistical gems in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka at Kia Oval
Jason Roy fell narrowly short of breaking Robin Smith's 23-year-old record for the highest ODI score by an England batsman but he is confident that one of the new generation will eclipse it before long
Plays of the day from the fourth ODI of the series between England and Sri Lanka
No. of higher successful run-chases for England in ODIs, than the 308 in this match. Last year they won chasing 350 against New Zealand at Trent Bridge.
No. of England openers who have scored 2 centuries in a bilateral ODI series, including Roy this series. Other four: Gooch, Knight, Pietersen and Cook.
No. of ODIs in England where both the teams had century stands for the second wicket, before this match - Eng vs Ken, Canterburry, 1999 World Cup.
Runs scored by Jason Roy without getting dismissed, before this match. He scored 112* at Edgbaston & 5* at Bristol. He has scored another half-century today.
Sri Lanka's run rate in this ODI, which is their 3rd highest in an ODI in England. Highest is 8.64 (324/2 in 37.3) at Leeds in 2006.
No. of consecutive partnerships of 50-plus runs between Chandimal and Mathews in ODIs this year, including four ODIs of this series.
Runs scored by SL in the first ten overs of their innings - most by either teams in this series. In the first 3 ODIs, none of them scored more than 60 in first ten.
Win-loss record for England at The Oval in ODIs since 2011. In 9 ODIs prior to that their numbers were exactly opposite: 2-7.