With the series already in pocket, number one ranked side England will be eager to whitewash world champions Australia when they take on the visitors in the fifth and last ODI match at Old Trafford, Manchester.
England has outplayed Australia in this series so far and comfortably won the first four ODIs. On the other hand, Australia is looking completely clueless, bowling and batting both are not clicking together. And the Aussies need to do something special to finish the ODI series with a win which might give them some momentum for the one-off T20I match against the same side.
All the major stats and facts all you need to know as England take on Australia in the fifth and last ODI match at Old Trafford, Manchester :
Head to Head in ODIs -
2 - If Australia loses this game, the second time they will suffer a whitewash in a 5 match ODI series and first time at the hands of England. South Africa whitewashed Australia for the first time ever in 2016 at home.
6 - England has 6 wins from 11 ODIs matches against Australia at Old Trafford, Manchester.
9 - Australia have lost 9 out of last 10 ODIs against England and all 9 losses came in the last one year.
16 - Australia have now lost 16 out of last 19 ODIs they played away from home and in the last 21 months they won only 1 ODI away from home.
92 - Number of sixes hit by Jos Buttler in ODIs so far and he needs 8 more sixes to become the second England player to hit 100 ODI sixes after Eoin Morgan (145).
852 - Jonny Bairstow has scored 852 runs at an average of 56.80 in 15 ODIs this year - the most ODI runs by any player in 2018.
2981 - Jos Buttler (2981) needs 19 more runs to complete 3000 ODI runs. He has scored 2927 runs at an average of 39.22 in 113 matches with 5 hundreds and 17 fifties.