• England's second innings 195 is their lowest, completed total against all opposition which includes three batsmen scoring 40 or more. Their previous lowest was 202 against South Africa at The Oval in 1965 whilst the lowest by any side is Pakistan's 178 against West Indies in Providence in 2011. England's total is the joint-fifth lowest.
  • The partnership of 173 between Cameron Bancroft and David Warner in Australia's second innings is the highest first wicket stand to win a Test by ten wickets in the fourth innings. The previous best was 172 between Bill Ponsford and Archie Jackson for Australia vs West Indies at Adelaide in 1930-31.
  • Steve Smith became the first Australian captain to take four catches in an innings against England. The feat of captains (excluding wicket-keepers) taking four or more catches in an innings has been achieved on nineteen occasions.

  • The Test saw England's eighteenth defeat against Australia after winning the toss and electing to field. Of these eighteen Tests, this was the third occasion of an Australian declaration in the first innings.
  • Bizarrely, the difference between Australia's two innings totals (304) is their tenth highest against England whilst England's difference (6) is their joint-tenth lowest against Australia.
  • England's first innings saw the sixteenth occasion in a Test of three or more batsmen being dismissed caught and bowled. It is the fifth such occasion between England and Australia and only the second occasion of three successive wickets falling in this manner. The only other instance was for England against Pakistan at Headingley in 1962.
  • James Anderson's second-innings 5 for 43 is his best bowling performance in Australia.
  • Shaun Marsh's unbeaten 126 is his first Test century against England and his fifth in total.
  • Australia's 442 for 8 is their sixth highest, first-innings total against England after being inserted and where they went on to win the Test.
  • The Australian first innings saw the tenth occasion of six of their players scoring 40 or more in the same innings against England.
  • Craig Overton's unbeaten 41 is the first occasion since Charlie Absolom's 52 against Australia at Melbourne in 1879 of an England number 9 batsman making the highest score of the innings in his debut innings.