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England vs Australia, 2018: 4th ODI – Statistical Highlights

All the stats and numbers that were recorded from England’s 4th victory on the trot in the series.

Jason Roy
Jason Roy of England celebrates. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Australia won the toss for the 4th time in a row in this series only to be on the losing side yet again as England thumped them down with a 6-wicket win. Tim Paine elected to bat first after winning the toss to ensure they didn’t concede a record total again. Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh scored centuries while Travis Head scored 63 helping their side finish on 310/8.

The target was too small for the formidable England batting as Jason Roy’s 83-ball 101 and Jonny Bairstow’s 66-ball 79 gave a 179-run opening stand in just 23.4 overs for the hosts. Australia picked up four wickets for 70 runs before England reached the target with 32 balls to spare as Jos Buttler scored 54 in just 29 balls.

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All the stats and numbers that were recorded during England’s 4th victory on the trot in the series:

6Aaron Finch has scored 11 centuries in ODI format out of which six have come in the losing cause. These are the most number of ODI centuries in losses by any player while playing for Australia. Ricky Ponting had scored five of his 29 ODI hundreds for Australia in the losing cause.


6 – Finch now has scored six centuries in ODI cricket against England which is the most by any player. Mahela Jayawardene, Ricky Ponting and Ross Taylor scored five centuries apiece in this format against England.

His four out of six centuries against England have ended in a losing cause which is the joint-most for any player in ODIs against an opposition. Kumar Sangakkara against India and Sachin Tendulkar against Pakistan hit four ODI centuries that didn’t win their team the game.


27 – England spinners bowled 27 overs in this game which are the most by them in an ODI inning at home. They bowled 31.5 overs of spin against New Zealand in the 1973 Swansea ODI.


91 – Shaun Marsh’s 91-ball century is the 3rd fastest century for Australia in ODI cricket against England. Adam Gilchrist scored an 81-ball century in 2005 The Oval ODI while Shane Watson scored a century off 87 in the 2013 Southampton ODI.


106 – Number wickets Adil Rashid has taken in ODI cricket so far. These are the most by any English spinner surpassing Graeme Swann’s tally of 104 wickets.


115.18 – Aaron Finch has a batting average of 115.18 while scoring a century in the ODI format which is the lowest for any player with 10 centuries. Herschelle Gibbs (129.52) is the only other player with an average below 130 while routing a century among the 51 players with 10 ODI tons.


311 – England’s 311-run chase in this game is their 2nd highest successful run-chase in ODI cricket. They had chased down 350 against New Zealand in the 2015 Nottingham ODI with six overs to spare.

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