208 Balls unused by Australia in their chase, their second-biggest win in the World Cup in terms of balls remaining. They had beaten Ireland with 226 balls left in a Super Eights match in 2007, which is their biggest win in the World Cup.
6 Times Mitchell Starc has taken at least four wickets in his first ODI against a team. Scotland join a list that includes New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, West Indies and Afghanistan. Mitchell McClenaghan is Starc's only peer having done the same against Australia, England, India, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies.
16 Wickets for Starc in this World Cup - the most by any bowler so far. Starc's 16 wickets have come at an average of just 8.50 apiece. No other bowler has taken 15 or more wickets in a World Cup at a better average than Starc.
246 Balls the match lasted, the shortest game of this World Cup in terms of balls bowled. The match between Sri Lanka and Canada in 2003 is the shortest in all World Cups - it lasted just 140 balls as Sri Lanka chased down a target of 37 in 4.4 overs after bowling out Canada in 18.4 overs.
9 Times Scotland have been bowled out for less than 200 in their 14 World Cup games including today. Their percentage - 63.29% - of such innings is the worst for any team that has played at least five games in the World Cup.
2 Times that five Scotland batsmen have got ducks in an innings in this World Cup - in this match and the one against New Zealand. This is the first time a team has had two such innings in a single World Cup. Scotland's 12 ducks in this World Cup are the most by any team.
5 Batsmen from the Associate teams to score 250 or more runs in a World Cup. In 2015, Scotland's Kyle Coetzer has 253 runs, UAE's Shaiman Anwar has 309 runs with one more innings left and Afghanistan's Samiullah Shenwari has 254 runs.
15 Wickets for Josh Davey in this World Cup - the most by a bowler from an Associate nation in World Cups. Collins Obuya and Harvir Baidwan took 13 wickets each in 2007 and 2011, respectively and held the previous record. John Blain's 10 wickets in the 1999 World Cup was the previous highest by a Scotland bowler in any World Cup.
Shiva Jayaraman is a sub-editor (stats) at ESPNcricinfo.com