Brett Lee's 4 for 46 is his second-best figures in World Cups, behind his 5 for 42 against New Zealand in 2003. He has 30 wickets in 15 matches at an average of 18.53.
Canada's 54 runs in the first five overs is the highest for any team in the first five overs of an innings in the 2011 World Cup. They brought up their fifty in just 4.4 overs.
The 77 runs scored by Canada in the mandatory Powerplay is the fourth highest by any team in the World Cup. The highest is 87 by India against South Africa in Nagpur.
The 183-run stand between Shane Watson and Brad Haddin is the highest opening-wicket partnership for Australia in World Cups.
Ricky Ponting, who has scored 1620 runs in World Cups at an average of 45, has been poor in this tournament. He has scored just 83 runs in four innings at an average under 21.