England v Windies, 2017: 5th ODI – Statistical Highlights

Here we look at all the stats and records created during the game.

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Jason Roy of England hits out during the 5th Royal London One Day International between England and West Indies. (Photo Source; Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

England won the 5-match ODI series against the Windies by a 4-0 margin as the home team emerged victorious in the final match of the series with a 9-wicket win. Slow batting in the middle overs cost the Windies yet again as they managed to finish with 288/6 on the board. Jonny Bairstow’s 2nd century of the series and Jason Roy’s 96 helped England match their way to a thumping win.

Here we look at all the stats and records created during the game.

3.42 – Partnership run rate between Shai Hope and Marlon Samuels in this series is the 3rd lowest for any pair in an ODI series/tournament since 2012. (Min: 100 runs) MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina pair had a run rate of 3.34 during the home series against Pakistan in 2012/13 while Vusi Sibanda and Sikander Raza shared runs at a rate of 3.35 against India in 2013.

4 – Number of times Jake Ball has conceded 80 and more runs in an ODI game. Only Lasith Malinga (8) has conceded 80+ runs in an ODI game more often. Pakistan’s Wahab Riaz also conceded 80+ runs in an ODI on four different occasions.

6.65 – The run rate of 6.65 in this series by both teams is the 3rd highest in an ODI series/tournament comprising more than one game. The 2015 England-New Zealand series had a rate of 7.15 while the India-England earlier in January saw runs being scored at seven runs per over.

7.36 – England team’s run-rate of 7.36 in this series is the 2nd best for any team in an ODI series/tournament. (Min: 3 matches) They had an RR of 7.68 during the home series against New Zealand in 2015.

14 – Jonny Bairstow scoring 302 runs in this series is only the 14th instance of an England player scoring 300+ runs in a bilateral ODI series and the first time in an ODI series against Windies.

18 – Number of International games England have won in this home season. These are the joint 3rd most number of wins in a home season for any team. South Africa won 20 Internationals in 2002/03 while Australia won 19 in 2004/05 at home. Australia also won 18 matches across all formats in the 2005/06 season.

91 – Innings Joe Root needed to complete 4000 runs in ODI cricket. He is the 3rd fastest to reach the milestone after Hashim Amla (81) and Viv Richards (88).

94 – Runs Jake Ball has conceded in this game. These are the 2nd most runs an England bowler has conceded in an ODI behind Steven Harmison’s 97 against Sri Lanka in 2006 and 97 by Chris Jordan against New Zealand in 2015.

141* – Jonny Bairstow’s unbeaten 141 is the highest individual score by an England player against Windies in ODIs. The previous highest was 130 by Marcus Trescothick in 2004 at Gros Islet.

182.92 – Moeen Ali’s batting strike rate of 182.92 in this series in the 3rd best for any player in an ODI series/tournament. (Min: 150 runs) Sanath Jayasuriya scored runs at an S/R of 212.74 in the Singer Cup in 1996 while Brendon McCullum scored his runs at 188.5 during the 2015 World Cup.

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