6 - Players to have scored a double-century and taken 10 wickets in Tests - Jason Holder joined a unique list in just his 36th match. Wasim Akram, Vinoo Mankad, Ian Botham, Allan Border and Shakib Al Hasan are the others on it. Holder, Akram and Border are the only one's to have achieved this as a captain.
2 - Batsmen to have scored more than Jason Holder's 202 in Tests batting at eight or lower. Wasim and Imtiaz Ahmed from Pakistan scored 257 not out and 209 respectively. Holder's 202 not out is the highest for West Indies in Tests batting at eight or lower, going past the 122 runs scored by Clairmonte Depeiaza in 1955. Holder is only the second batsmen to score a Test double-century in the second innings of a Test batting at seven or lower. Don Bradman's 270 in 1937 against England is the only score higher than Holder's from that position.
2006 - The last instance of a captain from the West Indies to score a double-century in Tests. Holder is the sixth captain from the West Indies to do this. Holder joins Brian Lara (five instances), Carl Hooper, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Clive Lloyd and Denis Atkinson in this unique list.
229 - Balls taken for Jason Holder to score his double-century - the second fastest double-century for West Indies after Chris Gayle's 221-ball effort against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2010, and the quickest in the West Indies. Holder's 229-ball double is also the second fastest against England after Nathan Astle's 153 ball double in Christchurch.
8 - Sixes for Jason Holder during his unbeaten 202 - the most sixes in an innings for West Indies against England in Tests, going past the seven sixes scored by Viv Richards in St Johns in 1986. It is the third-highest number of sixes for a West Indies player in an innings in Tests overall. Chris Gayle and Shimron Hetmyer have scored nine each in 2010 and 2018 respectively.
295 - Runs added by Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich - the third highest seventh-wicket stand in Tests, and the second highest for West Indies. This is also the second instance in which Dowrich and Holder have added in excess of 200 runs. They are only the second pair after MS Dhoni and VVS Laxman to have shared two double-century stands for any wicket lower than six.
4 - Instances of zero wickets in a day's play in Bridgetown, Barbados. West Indies and England combined to score 344 runs without the loss of any wicket on Friday.
5 - Centuries scored by Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder since October 2017. All other batsmen from West Indies have scored only three in this period. While Dowrich averages 39.42, Holder averages 50.76. Holder's bowling average in the same period is 16.91.