Player of the Match
Player of the Match
, play 01:22
'Practised bowling at different angle in nets' - Bhuvneshwar

India seam bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar talks about working on his bowling and fitness in the build-up to the West Indies tour which contributed to his five-wicket haul in the third Test in St Lucia

, play 01:31
'Will try to restrict India to 300' - Estwick

West Indies bowling coach talks about a bit of bad luck they had towards the end of the day and how the bowlers are trying to be more disciplined this time

, play 01:57
'Good to have a flexible batting line-up' - Bangar

India batting coach Sanjay Bangar says dropping M Vijay was a management decision and was also pleased to have batsmen who were willing to bat at different positions

, play 01:11
Vijay is fit so we have to pick two out of three - Kohli

Virat Kohli talks about the happy headache India face regarding the selection of two openers from M Vijay, Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul for the third Test

, play 03:29
'I'd love to move up the order' - Holder

West Indies captain Jason Holder speaks ahead of their third Test against India in St. Lucia

Big win


No. of bigger wins in terms of runs for India outside Asia, before this 237-run win. They had won by 279 runs at Headingley in 1986 and by 272 runs in Auckland 1967-68.

Fifty at last


No. of inns without a 50+ score for Bravo at home, before this inns. He was dismissed in scores of 10 to 30 in 7 of those inns.

Bravo's game


Bravo's average in the 4th inns of Tests, before this match. He averages better only in 3rd inns, marginally, 46.47.

Can West Indies repeat?


Overs batted by West Indies on the fifth day in the last Test, losing just 2 wickets, to draw the Test. They are set 346 runs to win in 87 overs today.

How much more?


Highest score by West Indies in 4th inns vs India at home, in St John's, 2006. The lead has already gone past 340 for India now.



Rohit Sharma's strike rate off his last 30 balls till end of play, in which he scored 34 runs with 3 sixes. He had made just 7 runs off his first 27 balls with only a four.

India's No. 3 woes


Average of India's batsmen at No. 3 in Tests since Jan 2014 - worst among all teams. Excluding WI, Ban and Zim, all the other teams' No. 3 average 40+.

Bhuvi's turn-around


No. of balls in which Bhuvneshwar took his five-wickets. In his first 91 balls, he was wicket-less.

Handy contributions at top


Last time West Indies' top-5 all scored 20 or more in a Test inns at home, before this match - vs Aus, Bridgetown. Last time vs India at home was in 1996-97, Kingston.

Long time ago


No. of inns for West Indies against India without their top-2 wickets adding 50 or more runs, before this. Their last such inns was in Basseterre in 2006.

Some start


West Indies's highest opening stand in Tests since start of 2015 in 26 inns, before this. Johnson-Brathwaite have added more than 50 runs in this inns.

Collapsed at end


Runs added by India's last 4 wickets after Ashwin-Saha's stand. India lost their last 5 wickets in 48 balls.