- It was the 1615th ODI in cricket history.
- It was the 314th ODI for England and 404th for West Indies.
- It was the 60th match between the two sides. The record now reads : England 26, West Indies 31, abandoned 3.
- The unbroken partnership of 171 runs for the first wicket between Marcus Trescothick and Alec Stewart was England's best for this wicket against West Indies in all matches. The previous highest opening wicket stand for England against West Indies was 165 run between Nick Knight and Alec Stewart at Bridgetown on 29-03-1998.
- The partnership was also the third highest for England in all ODIs after 193 run pertnership between Graham Gooch and Bill Athey against New Zealand at Manchester on 18-07-1986 and 185 run stand between Graham Gooch and Wayne Larkins against Australia at Hyderabad (India) at 19-10-1989.
- The partnership was also the second highest against West Indies for the opening wicket after the 176 run stand between Ajay Jadeja and Ravi Shastri for India at Cuttack on 09-11-1994.
- The wicket of Jimmy Adams was the 50th for Alan Mullally in his 38th match. He became the 10th Englishman and 121st bowler in all ODIs to do so.
- The victory was England's first by 10 wicket margin in a ODI. England had won by nine wickets on three occasions.The details: v India at Leeds on 02-06-1982, v Sri Lanka at Leeds on 20-06-1983 and v Kenya at Canterbury on 18-05-1999.
- It was the 14th occasion of a team registering 10 wicket win in
ODIs. The details :
India (120-0) beat East Africa (120) Leeds 11-06-1975 New Zealand (113-0) beat India (112-9) Melbourne 10-01-1981 West Indies (172-0) beat Zimbabwe (171) Birmingham 20-06-1983 India (97-0) beat Sri Lanka (96) Sharjah 08-04-1984 West Indies (117-0) beat New Zealand (116) Port of Spain 17-04-1985 Pakistan (66-0) beat New Zealand (64) Sharjah 15-04-1986 West Indies (192-0) beat New Zealand(191-9) Christchurch 29-03-1987 West Indies (221-0) beat Pakistan (220-2) Melbourne 23-02-1992 + West Indies (154-0) beat South Africa (152) Port of Spain 11-04-1992 India (116-0) beat West Indies (121) Port of Spain 27-04-1997 # West Indies (200-0) beat India (199-7) Barbados 03-05-1997 India (197-0) beat Zimbabwe (196-9) Sharjah 13-11-1998 South Africa (168-0) beat India (164) Sharjah 22-03-2000 England (171-0) beat West Indies(169-8) Chester-le-Street 15-07-2000
+ One batsman was retired hurt during the West Indian innings.
- Marcus Trescothick won his maiden Man of the Match award. He became 59th Englishman to win an award.