3 Number of higher totals in a tied ODI than the 286 runs in this match. England and New Zealand tied with 340 runs apiece in Napier in 2007-08, India and England both made 338 in Bangalore in the 2011 World Cup and New Zealand and India tied at 314 in Auckland in 2013-14. Others to hit a six to tie an ODI, before Liam Plunkett in this ODI, are Asif Mujtaba against Australia in Hobart in 1992-93 and Michael Rippon against Ireland in Amstelveen in 2013.

1 Number of quicker half-centuries for Sri Lanka against England in ODIs than Seekkuge Prasanna's, off 24 balls, in this match. Thissara Perera made fifty in 23 balls at Premadasa Stadium in December 2014. In the last ODI against Ireland, Prasanna had reached his half-century from 23 balls en route to a 46-ball 95. In these two innings, Prasanna has increased his ODI average from 9.19 to 15.08 and his strike rate from 80.75 to 110.86.

94.91 The percentage of Prasanna's runs that came in boundaries - 56 out of 59 - is the joint-fourth highest in an ODI innings of 50 or more runs. The highest in this case is 96.15% by Andre Fletcher (50 out of 52 in boundaries) against Bangladesh at Basseterre in 2009. In fact, Prasanna scored 56 successive runs in boundaries. He took two singles at the start of the innings and then hit eight fours and four sixes before getting another single and then losing his wicket.

3 Number of batsmen who have scored two consecutive 50-plus scores at a strike rate of 200-plus in ODIs. Prasanna scored 95 at a strike rate of 206.52 against Ireland in the last ODI and 59 at 210.71 in this ODI. The other two to do so are: Elton Chigumbura against Kenya in 2009 and Brendon McCullum against both England and Australia in the 2015 World Cup. Prasanna is the third Sri Lanka batsman after Sanath Jayasuriya and Thissara Perera to make two 50-plus scores at a strike rate of 200-plus in ODIs. Prasanna is only the third batsman to do it in ODIs against England; all three being non-English players.

73 Angelo Mathews' score in this match - his highest in ODIs against England. This was his fourth half-century in 18 innings against them and his second in England.

2009 Last time four of England's top-five got out for single-digit scores in an ODI innings - against New Zealand at the Wanderers in the Champions Trophy. The nine runs added by England's top three is also the least added by them against Sri Lanka in ODIs.

1 Number of higher seventh-wicket partnerships in ODIs than the 138 added by Jos Buttler and Woakes in this match. Buttler was involved in that stand as well - 177 with Adil Rashid against New Zealand at Edgbaston in 2015.

2 Number of times Buttler has been out in the 90s in ODIs. Before his 93 in this match, he was out for 99 against West Indies in Antigua in 2013-14. Alec Stewart is the only other England wicketkeeper to get out in the 90s in ODIs, and he was also out twice.

95* Woakes' score in this match, which is the highest by a player batting at No. 8 or lower in ODIs. The previous highest was 92 not out by Andre Russell against India in Antigua in 2011. Woakes also took 2 for 56 with his bowling and was adjudged the Man of the Match - his second in ODIs.

2013 Last time Sri Lanka scored fewer runs in the last ten overs (41st to 50th) of an ODI than the 61 runs in this match (on occasions when they batted all 60 balls) - they made 54 against India at Cardiff in the semi-finals of the 2013 Champions Trophy. Sri Lanka made 49 runs in three overs (31st to 33rd) and then just 98 runs in their next 17 overs (34th to 50th).

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath