7/42 - James Anderson's figures in the second innings - his best in Tests. He marginally bettered his previous best figures of 7 for 43 against New Zealand at Trent Bridge in 2008. This was his second seven-for in Tests.
39 - Wickets for Anderson in this home season - 20 wickets in four Tests against South Africa and 19 wickets in the three Tests against West Indies - the joint second-most for an England bowler in home season. Only Jim Laker's 46 scalps from five matches in 1956 season is higher than Anderson's tally. Anderson had identical bowling average in both the series this season - 14.10. Anderson's previous highest tally in a home season was 37 from seven Tests in 2014.
1 - Number of fast bowlers to claim a seven-for at an older age than Anderson's 35 years and 39 days in the last 100 years. Imran Khan, who took 7 for 80 against West Indies in Georgetown in 1988, is the only pacer to do at an older age than Anderson. Overall, Anderson is the fifth oldest to take a seven-for in Tests.
9 - Number of consecutive series without a win for West Indies, since their 2-0 win against Bangladesh in 2014. Only one of these nine series West Indies could manage to draw and lost rest eight. Their longest streak without a series win is 13 between 2004 and 2009. England haven't lost a home series the 1-0 loss to Sri Lanka in 2014.
1936 - Last instance of all four innings of a Lord's Test yielding less than 200 runs, between India and the hosts. This Test, with highest total of 194 is the fourth such Lord's Test and 32nd overall. The last anywhere was in 2007 in Cape Town between South Africa and Pakistan.
375 - Shai Hope's tally in this series - the highest among all batsmen. He had made only 372 runs from his 10 Tests prior to this series. His average increased from 19.57 at start of the series to 31.12 at the end.
10 - Instances of England chasing down a 100-plus target losing just one or fewer wickets. Their last three instances, including this Test, have all come against West Indies.
90 - Wickets for Anderson at Lord's - the most by a fast bowler at a single venue. He went past Heath Streak's 83 wickets in Harare. Only Muttiah Muralitharan and Rangana Herath have more wickets at a venue than Anderson.
33.90 - Stuart Broad's average in this home season, his worst in a home season since his debut season in 2008 when he averaged 46.46. His average had never gone above 30 in any of the other seasons since then. He could get only 20 wickets from seven Tests this time.