The Duckett-Drummond show

The unbeaten 367-run stand between Ben Duckett and Daniel Bell-Drummond is the joint second highest in the history of List A cricket Getty Images

0 - Instances, before today's game, of teams scoring 400-plus losing fewer than two wickets in a List A match. There have been two instances of teams scoring 400-plus losing two wickets, both in ODIs - South Africa made 439 for 2 versus West Indies in January 2015, and New Zealand made 402 for 2 versus Ireland in Aberdeen in 2008.

10 - Totals higher than 425 in List A games. The highest is 496 for 4, by Surrey versus Gloucestershire at The Oval in 2007. Four of those totals have been made in England, and three of them at The Oval.

220* - Ben Duckett's score, which is eighth in the list of highest scores in List A matches. This, though, is the second best by an English batsman in List A matches, next only to Ali Brown's 268 for Surrey v Glamorgan in 2002, which is also the highest List A score of all time.

367* - The partnership between Duckett and Daniel Bell-Drummond, which equals the second highest in List A history. It fell five runs short of the record of 372, by Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels in the 2015 World Cup against Zimbabwe. There was also another unbeaten stand of 367 in South Africa's Momentum One-Day Cup in 2014, when Dolphins' openers Morne van Wyk and Cameron Delport batted through 50 overs against Knights.

101 - Runs conceded by Thisara Perera, the 14th instance of 100 or more runs conceded in a List A game in England. The highest among them is 108, by Darren Thomas for Glamorgan against Surrey in 2002, when he had figures of 3 for 108 from nine overs, in the game when Ali Brown made 268. Jade Dernbach conceded 107 for Surrey against Essex at The Oval in 2008.

5 - 150-plus scores by England Lions in this series, the most by any team in a List A series/ tournament. Duckett has two, while Dawid Malan, Sam Billings and Bell-Drummond have one each. Only once have more 150+ scores been made in a single series/ tournament - seven, in the 2015 World Cup.