3151 Runs scored in the series, the highest in any ODI series of five or fewer matches. The previous best was 2963, in the five-match series between Pakistan and India in 2003-04.
7.15 The run rate in the series, the highest ever in a series/ tournament of two or more matches. This is the first time a series of two or more games has seen a run rate of more than seven per over.
5 Consecutive home ODI series that England had failed to win, before this one. They lost to India and Sri Lanka last year, to Australia and New Zealand in 2013, and drew against South Africa in 2012. The last home ODI series they won was a 4-0 whitewash of Australia in 2012.
119 Runs Jonny Bairstow had scored in six ODI innings before this one, with a highest of 41 not out on his debut against India.
266 Runs scored by England's wicketkeepers in the series: Jos Buttler made 129, 41 and 13, while Bairstow got an unbeaten 83 in his only game. It's the second-best aggregate for England wicketkeepers in any ODI series/ tournament, and their best in a bilateral one. The only higher aggregate was by Alec Stewart, in a NatWest Series triangular tournament which also featured West Indies and Zimbabwe. Stewart scored 408 runs in that series.
25 Fifty-plus stands in the series. Of those 25 stands, 22 came at faster than a run a ball.
80 The partnership between Sam Billings and Jonny Bairstow, England's highest for the sixth wicket in ODIs against New Zealand.
283 New Zealand's total in this game, the lowest total by a team batting first this series and the first time that either team has scored less than 300 when batting first. The four previous first-innings scores this series have been 408 (Eng), 398 (NZ), 302 (Eng), 349 (NZ).
5 Number of New Zealand batsmen who made 35-plus scores in this game - Martin Guptill (67), Kane Williamson (50), Ross Taylor (47), Grant Elliott (35) and Ben Wheeler (39*). This is only the second instance of five New Zealand batsmen making 35-plus scores against a top-eight side, both times against England.
1038 Runs scored by Taylor against England, the most by any New Zealand batsman. Taylor became the first New Zealand batsman to score 1000 ODI runs against England during his innings of 47 in this game. Brendon McCullum, with 993 runs, is poised to become the second New Zealander to this mark.
1037 Number of ODI runs scored by Kane Williamson in 2015, the most by any batsman. During his innings of 50 at Chester-le-Street, Williamson became the first batsman to score 1000 ODI runs this year. He is trailed by Guptill (980), Taylor (929) and Kumar Sangakkara (862).
150 New Zealand's score at the end of 30 overs, the lowest for either team this series. The lowest score at the 30-over mark in eight previous innings this series was 170 (England at Southampton), with the highest being 241 (England at The Oval).