2006 The last time West Indies were asked to follow-on in a home Test, before this match - also by India in St Lucia. India have effected three of West Indies' last four follow-ons. England is the only other team to ask West Indies to follow-on thrice at their own backyard.
323 India's lead at the end of the first innings, which is the fourth-highest first-innings lead in West Indies and second-highest by India. India had a lead of 373 runs when they asked the hosts to follow-on in the St Lucia Test of 2006. Overall, this is India's fourth-highest lead in an away Test while batting first.
1 Instances of two India fast bowlers taking four or more wickets in a Test innings in West Indies. Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav took four wickets each in the first innings which makes it the first such instance for India in the Caribbean. Overall, this was the ninth such instance for India in Tests outside Asia.
0 Number of India fast bowlers who completed 50 Test wickets in fewer matches than Mohammed Shami, who took 13 Tests to reach there. Venkatesh Prasad also took 13 Tests to do the same. Overall, seven India bowlers have reached 50 Test wickets in fewer matches than Shami - all being spinners.
6 Number of dismissals effected by Wriddhiman Saha in the first innings, the most by any wicketkeeper in an innings in West Indies. For India, Syed Kirmani and MS Dhoni are the only other wicketkeepers to effect six dismissals in a Test ininngs.
74 Runs scored by Kraigg Brathwaite in the first innings. It's the first time in seven innings that a West Indies opener has scored 50 or more in a home Test. The last such score was also by Brathwaite when he made 116 against England in Grenada in 2015.
29.02 West Indies' average partnership for the seventh and eighth wicket in Tests since 2015 - the second-best among all teams. West Indies' only 50-plus stand in the Antigua Test came for the eighth wicket (69 runs) between Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder.
1983 The only time before this Test where West Indies' No. 3, 4, 5 and 6 have veen dismissed for less than 20 runs in a Test innings against India at home. West Indies in that innings, though, had scored 550 runs as both their openers and No. 7 and 8 all made centuries.
2008 The last time West Indies' No. 7, 8 and 9 all scored 20 or more runs in a Test innings, before this - against Australia in Jamaica. In West Indies' first innings here in Antigua, 47.73% of the runs were scored by their No. 7, 8 and 9.