1045 Previous highest aggregate by a wicketkeeper in a year, by Andy Flower in 2000. Jonny Bairstow went past that mark in the second innings of this Test to set the new record. England have six more Tests to play this year.
7 Consecutive partnerships of 50 or more runs for the sixth-wicket for England which include both innings of this Test. The sequence began from the second Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford. In these seven innings their average sixth-wicket stand has been 92.57 including two century stands.
0 Instances of a Bangladesh bowler taking more than five wickets in a Test against England prior to this match. Incidentally, in this match, two bowlers have taken more than five wickets - Mehedi Hasan and Shakib Al Hasan. Both have picked up seven wickets each so far. This is only the fourth instance of two Bangladesh bowlers taking five-wicket hauls in a Test.
85 Ben Stokes' score in the second innings - the best by an England No. 6 batsman against Bangladesh. The previous highest was Ian Bell's 84, also in Chittagong, in 2009-10.
10 Left-arm spinners who have picked up 150 or more wickets in Tests. Shakib became the tenth left-arm slow bowler to reach the milestone. His strike rate of 65.4 balls per wickets is second only to Rangana Herath among those ten bowlers.
17 Wickets taken by Bangladesh spinners in this Test - the second-most for them in any Test. The most wickets picked up by their spinners in a Test is 18, on three occasions. England have two more wickets left in their innings as at stumps.
5 Runs added by England's second and third wicket partnerships in this match - the lowest for them in any Test. Those wickets added 0 and 3 in the first innings and 1 each in the second innings. Their previous lowest from those two wickets was 12 on three occasions, two of those in the 19th century.
2005 Last time England lost their first three wickets for less than 30 runs in both innings of a Test - against South Africa in Centurion. They were three-down at 21 in the first innings and 28 in the second innings of this Test. This is their first such instance in a Test in the subcontinent.
49 Balls faced by Alastair Cook in this Test - his third-least in a match in Asia. The two instances of him facing fewer balls than this in a subcontinent Test have both been in Sri Lanka.
2 Instances of Bangladesh opening with two spinners in a Test innings. Their second innings of this Test was the second such instance. The first was against Zimbabwe in Khulna in 2014-15.
55/8 Runs and wickets in the first session of this day - Bangladesh collapsed from 221 for 5 to 248 all out and England lost 3 for 28. However, in the next two session only five wickets fell for 200 runs.