Chase and Holder: The pair with the most 100-plus seventh-wicket stands

90.17 - Control percentage of West Indies' batsmen in their innings so far - the third-best for any visiting team in India in an innings in the last 10 years. They faced 570 balls, out of which 514 were dealt with with control. The highest control percentage for a visiting team in India in last 10 years was 92.27% by New Zealand in Hyderabad in 2010.

6 - Number of batsmen in the top eight who had a control of more than 80% in West Indies' innings. In their first innings in the Rajkot Test, only two of them had more than 80% control. The overall control percentage of West Indies batsmen in the first innings of Rajkot Test was just 69.58.

3 - Number of 100-plus partnerships between Roston Chase and Jason Holder for the seventh wicket - the most by any pair in Test history. They have batted seven times for the seventh wicket and have had three century stands and a fifty-run stand. They average 75.83 in those seven innings.

2008 - The last time any visiting team had century partnership for the seventh wicket against India in India, before Chase and Holder. Michael Clarke and Cameron White had shared a 106-run stand in Delhi in 2008, which was the last instance.

1994 - The last instance of all of West Indies' top-eight batsmen getting into double-figures in a Test innings against India, which was in Mohali on the 1994-95 tour. In the first innings of this Hyderabad Test, all eight have reached double-figures. This is the first time in three years West Indies have done this against any team.

100 - Wickets for Kuldeep Yadav in his international career - 18 in Tests, 58 in ODIs and 24 in T20Is. Since his debut in March 2017, only one bowler has picked up more wickets across all three formats than Kuldeep - Kagiso Rabada with 115 wickets. Among India bowlers, the next highest wicket-taker is Jasprit Bumrah with 88 scalps in 47 games. With nine wickets in this series, Kuldeep is the top wicket-taker.