90 - Difference between Jos Buttler's score (110*) and the second-highest score in England's innings (20). Alex Hales and Adil Rashid both made 20. The 10 batsmen combined to put on only 86 runs with six boundaries compared to Buttler's 110 with 13 boundaries.
94 - Runs added by England's last two wickets, the third-most for any side in a successful chase. Buttler and Rashid added 81 runs for the ninth wicket while Jake Ball and Buttler shared 13 runs. The most runs scored by last two wickets to win an ODI is 136 by Sri Lanka, also against Australia, in 2010-11. The previous best for England was 50 runs against Pakistan in 1987.
108.00 - Buttler's average across all formats since the start of May. In 14 innings comprising of the IPL, Tests and ODIs, he has scored 864 runs including a century and nine fifties. He had scored five fifties for the Royals in last six IPL games, hit two fifties in three innings in the Test series against Pakistan and now two fifties and a hundred in this ODI series. He has hit fifty-plus in five of the six chases in IPL and ODIs in these two months.
24 - Wickets by England's spinners in this series - their most ever in any ODI series. Rashid and Moeen Ali both picked 12 wickets each. On the other hand, Australia's spinners could manage only five wickets at average of 79.60.
2 - Number of times England have whitewashed their oppositions in a five-match series. The previous one was against Zimbabwe way back in 2001-02.
2 - Whitewashes suffered by Australia in bilateral series of five or more matches, and both have come in the last two years. They lost to South Africa the same way in 2016-17 before this defeat. In 38 such series before this, they had never faced a 5-0 defeat. With this defeat, Australia have suffered 16 losses in their last 18 completed ODIs.