3 Number of consecutive ODIs where England have posted a 300-plus score, a feat unprecedented in their ODI history.
1 Instances of Nos. 3 to 5 each posting a 50-plus score in a home-ODI for England - today was the first. Overall, this is the fourth such instance for England, with none of those occurring before the year 2000.
6 Times England have lost their last five wickets for 15 runs or less against New Zealand, their most against any team. This has happened thrice against Sri Lanka, twice against Pakistan and once each against Australia, India, West Indies and Zimbabwe.
17 Times in the last 12 months Brendon McCullum has been dismissed inside the first 10 overs of an ODI innings, more than any other batsman. Next on the list is Quinton de Kock (15), followed by Martin Guptill (14).
3 Consecutive 50-plus scores for Eoin Morgan this series. He has scored 209 runs this series, with scores of 50, 88 and 71. In the 10 ODIs (eight innings) before that, Morgan scored only 92 runs, including four ducks, at an average of 11.5.
8 Century stands between Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson, the second-most for any New Zealand pair. Nathan Astle and Stephen Fleming are the only pair with more such stands (9).
206 The partnership between Taylor and Williamson, the highest third-wicket stand for New Zealand in their ODI history, and their third-highest for any wicket. This is New Zealand's fourth 200-plus stand for any wicket in ODIs.
520 Runs scored by Williamson against England in ODIs, his most against any team. He now has five 50-plus scores against England, his joint-most against any team. Also, Williamson's strike of 91.1 against England is his highest against any top-eight team in ODIs.
14 ODI hundreds for Taylor, the second-most by any New Zealand batsman after Astle (16). However, Astle played 223 ODIs, while Taylor has only played 162.
1 New Zealand have scored 300-plus runs in a successful ODI chase when played away from home - this is the first such match. New Zealand have done it three times at home, all three times against Australia. uot;>