Eng v Ind, 5th Investec Test, The Oval, 3rd day August 17, 2014

India's third-worst defeat in Tests

A stats review at the end of the fifth Test between India and England at The Oval

Virat Kohli's numbers in this series have been among India's worst by a top-four batsman © Getty Images

7 Number of Tests India have lost by an innings and 200 runs or more. Four of them have come against England, with this innings-and-244-run loss at third on that list. India have lost by bigger margins against England in 1974 and against West Indies in 1958.

36 Number of years since India lost three Test series in a row. Over the past eight months, India have been defeated in South Africa, New Zealand and now England. The last time they lost three consecutive series was between 1976-78, going down to England, Australia and then Pakistan.

26 Number of times India have been routed for 100 or less in an innings. The last time India suffered the ignominy was against South Africa at Ahmedabad in April 2008. India have never won a Test after being bowled out for less than 100, but England have won six Tests, Australia four, New Zealand and South Africa two each, while Pakistan have won one from the same circumstances.

134 Number of runs for Virat Kohli in this series, making it the second-lowest aggregate by a top-four batsman having played at least 10 innings. The lowest is also by an Indian, Chandu Sarwate, who scored only 100 runs against Australia in 1947-48.

22.2 Cheteshwar Pujara's batting average in this series. This is the poorest for an Indian No. 3, over a minimum of five innings in a Test series in England.

97.12 Joe Root's average in 2014. He has 777 runs, 518 of which have come in the five matches against India to be the top-scorer of the series.

78 Number of years since a team has won the last three Tests of a five-match series after trailing at the end of the first two. England were at the receiving end in the 1936 Ashes, when they led the home side, Australia 2-0. Don Bradman made 810 runs in that series and was instrumental in the turnaround.

5 Number of series in which India have been bowled out for less than 200 five times. The last instance was against England in 1976-77. The most times that India have succumbed for less than 200 during a series is seven, during India's tour to England in 1959.

177 Number of runs India have gained from extras in this series, exactly as much as Ravindra Jadeja has contributed. Some of India's top-order batsmen have contributed fewer though - Kohli only managed 134 runs, while Dhawan had 122.

29.2 Number of overs faced by India in their second innings at The Oval, the fewest overs needed to dismiss them in the last six years. India have only been bowled out in fewer overs six times, the least being 17 overs, when India were bundled out for 42 at Lord's in 1974.

380 Number of wickets for James Anderson in Tests. He is only four away from beating Ian Botham as the highest wicket-taker for England.

17 Number of dismissals made by MS Dhoni, the most by an Indian keeper against England in a Test series. He had accumulated 16 in 2006 and 13 in 2011 and figures thrice in the top five

Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor at ESPNcricinfo. @bishen_jeswant