Record win for England and their highest partnership

Alex Hales and Jason Roy walk off the field after their record-breaking 256-run stand Getty Images

236 The previous highest successful run chase without losing any wicket in ODIs, by New Zealand against Zimbabwe in Harare last year. The previous highest successful chase for England without losing any wicket was 191 against Bangladesh at The Oval in 2005. In their last ODI at Edgbaston, against New Zealand in 2015, they scored their first total of 400-plus and won by 210 runs which is their largest win in terms of runs.

0 Number of higher partnerships for England for any wicket in ODIs, than the unbeaten 256 between Alex Hales and Jason Roy in this match. The 250 runs added by Andrew Strauss and Jonathan Trott for the second-wicket against Bangladesh at this same venue in 2010 was the previous highest. The previous record for the highest opening stand for England was 200 by Marcus Trescothick and Vikram Solanki at The Oval in 2003. This is now the highest first-wicket partnership against Sri Lanka in ODIs and third-highest for any wicket. This is also the third-highest partnership for any wicket in ODIs in England.

3 Number of 10-wicket wins for England in ODIs against Sri Lanka, which is their most against any side. In fact, this was just their sixth win by this margin in their ODI history. The other three have come against West Indies, Bangladesh and South Africa - one each. Only two other teams have won by ten wickets against Sri Lanka - India and New Zealand, once each.

2 Number of instances of both England's openers scoring a century in an ODI. Before Hales and Roy in this match, Trescothick (114*) and Solanki (106) had done it against South Africa at The Oval in 2003 where they had added 200 for the first wicket. Both Hales (133*) and Roy (112*) got to their career-best scores in ODIs.

130 The previous highest score by an England batsman against Sri Lanka in ODIs, by David Gower in Taunton in the 1983 World Cup. Hales beat the record with his unbeaten 133 in this match.

27 Number of runs conceded by Seekkuge Prasanna in the 29th over of the innings, which is the joint second-most by a bowler against England. The highest being 30 runs by Yuvraj Singh to Dimitri Mascarenhas at The Oval in 2007. Dwayne Smith had also conceded 27 runs at Lord's in 2004, most of those to Andrew Flintoff. Among Sri Lanka bowlers, only two bowlers have conceded more than 27 runs in an over - 32 by Malinga Bandara and 28 by Sanath Jayasuriya, both to Shahid Afridi.

8.65 The economy rate of Sri Lanka spinners in this match, which is their worst in an ODI where they bowled 15 or more overs. Prasanna went at a rate of 9.55, the second-worst by a Sri Lanka spinner bowling eight or more overs in an ODI, whereas Suraj Randiv had an economy of 7.75.

4 Number of 50-plus partnerships between Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews in ODIs this year. Before adding 82 in this ODI, they had shared stands of 93, 88 and 64 the last three times they batted together this year. This was the eighth 50-plus partnership between them in 35 innings. They have added 1192 runs as a pair but do not have a century stand yet. Their partnership aggregate is the second-highest without a century partnership by a pair.

4 Number of scores of 50 or more for Chandimal in ODIs against England, in 11 innings - joint-most by him against any opposition. He has also made four such scores against Australia in 14 innings. His average of 41.22 against England is the second-best among Test playing teams. Three of his four 50-plus scores against England have come in England.

2012 Last time a Sri Lanka player scored 50-plus batting at No. 7 in ODIs, before Upul Tharanga's unbeaten 53 in this match. Jeevan Mendis had made 72 against India in Pallekele in August 2012. This was Tharanga's first such score in three innings at this position; he has made three half-centuries at No. 6 in five innings.