29- Number of balls in which Hardik Pandya completed his five-wicket haul. It is the second quickest five-wicket haul by an India bowler, where known. Harbhajan Singh reached his five-for in 27 balls against West Indies in Jamaica in 2006. Three years ago, at the same venue, Stuart Broad had picked five wickets in just 19 balls in the Ashes.
158- Number of balls in which England lost their 10 wickets - the fewest balls in which England lost all their wickets in an innings against India and the fourth-fewest, (where partnership balls data is available). Their openers were well set without losing a wicket for 71 balls and adding 54 but after that they lost ten wickets for 158 balls adding 107 runs.
2007- Last time India had gained a bigger first innings lead in England than the 168 in this Test. They gained leads of 319 and 283 at The Oval and Trent Bridge respectively in the 2007 tour. India did not manage such a big lead on any of the tours to Australia and South Africa as well in this period. They did so three times in New Zealand though.
3- India have managed to take the first innings lead in three of their last four Tests at Trent Bridge. They gained leads of 283 and 67 in the 2007 and 2011 tours respectively while on the 2014 tour England went marginally ahead taking lead of 39. At all other venues combined, on these four tours (2007 to 2018), they gained the first innings lead only once, in 11 Tests.
3- Number of wicketkeepers to affect five or more catches in their debut Test innings, including Rishabh Pant in this Test. The others to do so have been Australia's Brian Taber in 1966 and John Maclean in 1978. No other India wicketkeeper had taken more than three catches in his debut innings before Pant. Pant was involved in the first three wickets to fall in England's innings.
17.50- Pandya's bowling average in this series, the best among all India bowlers. He has picked eight wickets at that average and strike rate of 24.80. His strike rate is the best among all bowlers from both sides in this series. He took his career's first three-wicket haul in the last Test and maiden five-for in this Test.
1986- Last time India openers shared 50-plus partnerships in both innings of a Test in England, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa. Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul became the first such pair since Sunil Gavaskar and Kris Srikkanth at Edgbaston in 1986. The last time any India pair achieved this anywhere was in 2012, also against England, in Ahmedabad and the last outside Asia was at Basseterre in St Kitts against West Indies in 2006.
5- Number of times teams have been all out within 60 overs in this series, the most in any India-England series and the joint-most in any series in England in last 15 years. It is also the joint-most such innings in a Test series involving India.