• Australia's start of 14 for 3 is their second worst at the loss of the third wicket in any of their World Cup matches. Their worst remains 8 for 3 (and 15 for 4) against West Indies at Mohali in 1996.
  • Steve Smith's 85 is the second-highest score in a World Cup semi-final to end in a run out. Martin Crowe's 91 against Pakistan in 1992 is the highest.
  • Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow shared in their fourth century partnership in the 2019 tournament surpassing the three by Australian openers, Aaron Finch and David Warner, and Indian openers Lokesh Rahul and Rohit Sharma.
  • Roy and Bairstow's aggregate of 548 runs (in six matches) is third-highest in this year's competition behind Rahul and Sharma (553 in seven matches) and 666 (in 10 matches) between Finch and Warner.
  • The partnership of 51 between Smith and Mitchell Starc is only Australia's third fifty partnership for the eighth wicket in their World Cup history.
  • England's win means that either they or New Zealand will lift the World Cup trophy for the first time.
  • Australia's defeat is their first in eight semi-finals in the World Cup.