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Stats - Head and Warner rewrite ODI records at the MCG

The pair have touched the 1000-run mark together in just 13 innings, a record they now share with Roger Twose and Nathan Astle

Travis Head and David Warner put on their fourth century stand in ODIs  •  AFP/Getty Images

Travis Head and David Warner put on their fourth century stand in ODIs  •  AFP/Getty Images

355 for 5 - Australia's total in the third ODI against England, the first team total of 350-plus runs across the 150 men's ODIs played at Melbourne Cricket Ground. The previous highest was 344 for 8, by ICC World XI against Asia XI in 2005.
1 - Australia's 355 for 5 was also their highest total against England in men's ODIs. Their previous highest was 342 for 9 during the 2015 World Cup, which was also at the MCG.
269 - Partnership runs between David Warner and Travis Head for the first wicket. It was the highest stand for any wicket in ODIs at the MCG and the first double-century stand for the first wicket at this venue. The previous highest ODI stand in Melbourne was 225 between Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist against England in 2002.
2 - Number of ODI partnerships of 250-plus runs between Warner and Head. They are only the second pair in ODI cricket with two partnerships of 250-plus runs, after Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly.
1 - Number of ODI partnerships for Australia higher than the 269 between Warner and Head on Tuesday. Warner and Head had set the record with the 284-run opening stand in 2017 against Pakistan at Adelaide Oval.
2 - The 269-run stand between Warner and Head was also the second-highest for any wicket against England in ODIs. The highest is the 286-run opening stand between Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga in 2006 in Leeds.
13 - ODI innings as a pair for Warner and Head for 1000 partnership runs, the joint-quickest to the mark in men's ODIs. Roger Twose and Nathan Astle also completed 1000 partnership runs in 13 innings.
19 - Hundreds for Warner in ODI cricket, the second-highest for Australia behind Ponting's 29. Ten of Warner's 19 centuries have come in Australia, the second-highest behind Ponting's 14.
4 for 85 - Olly Stone's bowling figures in his ten overs, the joint-second-most expensive four-plus-wicket haul in ODIs. Shingi Masakadza gave away 86 runs for four wickets against South Africa in 2010, while Adil Rashid also conceded 85 runs during his five-wicket haul against West Indies in 2019.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo