7 Consecutive ODI defeats for West Indies against Australia, before this four-wicket win. Their last win came in March 2012 in Gros Islet. Australia also had a sequence of 14 undefeated ODIs against West Indies between November 2006 and March 2012. The last time West Indies chased a target of 250 or more against Australia was in September 2006 in Kuala Lumpur.
92 Marlon Samuels' score in this match is his highest against Australia in ODIs. This was his first fifty against them after 19 innings. He had previously made two half-centuries against Australia, both of which came in 2001. His average against the visitors has increased from 17.04 to 20.04 with this innings, but it is still the worst among 16 West Indies batsmen who have scored 500 or more ODI runs against Australia. He also picked up his first Man-of-the-Match award in 27 ODIs against them.
16 Consecutive ODIs in which West Indies' openers did not add a fifty-run stand, before Johnson Charles and Andre Fletcher put on 74 on Monday. In those 16 innings, the openers added 25 or more runs only four times.
6 Sixes conceded by Adam Zampa on Monday, the most by an Australia bowler in an ODI since 2002. Xavier Doherty (twice), Clint McKay and Glenn Maxwell have conceded five sixes in a match. Zampa had conceded just five sixes in his first five ODIs and, for the first time in six ODIs, had an economy rate of more than six. He has managed to take at least one wicket in each of his six ODIs and with nine wickets in this series, he is the leading wicket-taker.
98 Usman Khawaja's score in this match is his highest in ODIs. He scored just 29 runs in two innings in Guyana but in both the innings in St Kitts so far, he scored half-centuries - 59 and 98. With 186 runs, he is the leading run-getter in the series.
74 Runs scored by West Indies in the first ten overs of the innings is the highest by any team in this series, and was also the first time a team scored more than 60 runs in the first ten overs. Australia had scored just 40 in the same period.
3 Number of times two batsmen were run out in the 90s in an ODI. Both Khawaja (98) and Samuels (92) were run out in this match. The last such instance was also at the same venue, in the 2007 World Cup when Michael Clarke and AB de Villiers were run out for 92. The first such instance was in the 1999 World Cup in Hove, where Sourav Ganguly was run out for 97 and Jacques Kallis for 96.