0- Number of bigger wins for India in Tests than the victory by an innings and 272 runs in Rajkot. In their last home game, against Afghanistan in June, they won by an innings and 262 runs, which was their previous largest victory. For West Indies, this was their second-largest defeat. Their largest defeat is by an innings and 283 runs, coming against England in Leeds in 2007.
593- Total number of balls West Indies' both innings lasted for, which is their fewest in any Test against India where they lost all 20 wickets. They had faced 614 balls in the Mumbai Test in November 2013, which was their previous fewest.
191- West Indies' average total against India in their last six Test innings in India - the two Tests in 2013-14 tour and this one. Their totals have been 234, 168, 182, 187, 181 and 196. Their average runs per wicket of 19.13 is second worst behind South Africa, among all visiting teams to have played more than one Test in India in last five years.
6- Number of India players to win the Man of the Match award on their Test debut. Prithvi Shaw became the sixth such player. Pravin Amre, RP Singh, R Ashwin, Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma were the first five. Incidentally, Ashwin and Rohit had also made their debuts against West Indies.
468- India's lead in the first innings against West Indies in Rajkot was their third biggest in Tests. Their biggest first-innings lead is 492 against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2007. The second biggest is also against West Indies - 478 at Eden Gardens in 2011-12.
2- Number of first-innings deficits bigger than the 468 runs in this Test for West Indies. Their biggest deficit was 563 against England in a timeless Test in Kingston in 1930. Overall, the 468-run deficit is the 13th biggest for any team in Test cricket.
5- Number of times India have enforced a follow-on since 2016, the most among all teams. They have done it twice against West Indies and Sri Lanka, and once against Afghanistan. England and South Africa have enforced follow-ons three times in this period, and Pakistan once. No other team has enforced a follow-on.
35- Runs scored by West Indies' top-five batsmen in their first innings, their lowest in an innings against India. None of their top five batsmen passed 20 in this innings.
7- Kuldeep Yadav became the seventh bowler to achieve the feat of taking five-wicket hauls in all three international formats. He had taken five-fors in ODIs and T20Is before and completed the set with a five-for in the second innings of the Rajkot Test. In fact, he has taken all these five-wicket hauls this year. Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the only other India bowler to have completed this set.
20- Number of sixes hit in the Rajkot Test, which is the joint-most in a Test in India. There were 20 sixes hit also in the Brabourne Test of 2009-10 involving Sri Lanka. India batsmen hit 11 sixes and West Indies nine in this match.