Stats - Ben Stokes and Sam Curran outbowl James Anderson and Stuart Broad

Ben Stokes shakes hands with Sam Curran, his replacement for the second Test Getty Images

0 Tests won by Asian teams at Edgbaston. India haven't found a win in seven Tests at the venue having lost six and drawn one. The other subcontinent teams, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, have played eight and two Tests respectively without any victory. Edgbaston has been England's favourite venue - they have won 28 Tests and lost only eight here. Their win-loss ratio here is the third-best for any team at a venue in which they have played 25 or more Tests.

2 Instances of India losing while chasing smaller targets than the 194 at Edgbaston. They had lost chasing 120 in Bridgetown in 1996-97 and 176 in Galle in 2015. Three of the four smallest targets that India have failed to chase down have come in the last three years, including the Cape Town Test at start of 2018, when they lost chasing 204.

11 Wickets shared by Ben Stokes and Sam Curran, at an average of 18.63. Stokes picked up six wickets and Curran four. They outbowled their senior colleagues James Anderson and Stuart Broad, who managed just six wickets between them at an average of 29.00. Curran and Stokes picked up a four-for each in the two innings.

1 India-England Tests to finish by a closer runs margin than this Test, which England won by 31 runs. The Eden Gardens Test of 1972-73 ended with India winning by 28 runs. The 31-run defeat is India's fourth-closest defeat and closest since 2000.

0 England players younger than Curran to win a Man of the Match award in Test cricket. He was 20 years and 60 days old at the start of this match. He is also the youngest to win the award against India since Umar Gul at 19 years, 357 days in Lahore in 2004. Curran took England's first three wickets in the match and contributed with the bat in both the innings, scoring 24 and 63.

77.66 The control percentage of England's batsmen in this Test. India's batsmen managed 75%. The close control percentage figures show that bowlers from both teams dominated the batsmen. This is only the second Test in England in the last 15 years in which all four innings produced totals of less than 300. The other Test was at Lord's in 2013. when New Zealand toured.

45.87 Percentage of India's runs that came from Virat Kohli's bat. He scored 200 runs out of the 436 made by India. The other 10 India players managed only 214 runs in their 20 innings and there were 22 extras. The second-highest scorer for India in the Test, Hardik Pandya, made 53 runs, or just over a quarter of Kohli's runs. Kohli hit 27 boundaries while all the other India players combined for 28.