India's winning spree, and Saha's twin fifties

India have won 11 of their last 12 Tests, with the only draw coming in a rain-affected game in Bangalore against South Africa ESPNcricinfo Ltd

11 Wins for India in their last 12 home Tests, with one being drawn. This is their best run in 12 consecutive home Tests; they also had 11 wins out of 12 between January 1988 and February 1994, and between November 1988 and November 1994, but they lost the one other Test, against New Zealand in Mumbai.

26 Wickets for pace bowlers in this match, which is the second highest ever in a Test at Eden Gardens. In India, there have been only eight Tests in which fast bowlers have taken more wickets. India's fast bowlers took 12, which is also the second highest in Kolkata, and the ninth best in any Test in India.

15 Number of LBW dismissals in this Test, the most in a Test in India. The previous highest was 13, in the Test against South Africa in Ahmedabad in 1996. Only four Tests have ever had more LBW dismissals, with the highest being 20, in a West Indies-Pakistan Test in Providence in 2011.

4 Indian wicketkeepers who have made two 50-plus scores in a Test - Wriddhiman Saha, MS Dhoni, Farokh Engineer and Dilawar Hussain. Dhoni has achieved the feat four times, while the others have done it once. Saha was unbeaten in both innings, making him only the second wicketkeeper from any country to make two unbeaten fifties in a Test - West Indies' Gerry Alexander was the first. Saha also joins VVS Laxman, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Bapu Nadkarni in the list of Indian batsmen to make two unbeaten 50-plus scores in a Test.

74 Tom Latham's score, the fifth 50-plus score by an away opener in the fourth innings at Eden Gardens, and the highest of those scores. The previous highest was 67 by Matthew Hayden in 2001, while the last 50-plus score was by Shahid Afridi in 2005. This was only the 17th fourth-innings score of 50 or more by an overseas opener in the fourth innings in India.

12 Fifty-plus scores in away Tests (including neutral venues) for Latham in 31 innings. He averages only 29.92 in home Tests, with two fifty-plus scores in 14 innings.

10 Ross Taylor's average in his last seven Test innings, since the tour of Zimbabwe. His scores have been 2*, 1, 0, 0, 17, 36, 4. Against Zimbabwe, he made 173*, 124* and 67*; his Test average in 2016 is 70.66.

26.86 Martin Guptill's average as opener. Among the 101 openers who have scored at least 1500 runs, only two have poorer averages - Javed Omar (22.05) and Daren Ganga (25.71).