261/19 - West Indies' score on the third day of the Test. They began the day with 44 for 1 and lost 19 wickets in the day to be all out for the second time. That was the most wickets they have lost in a Test day.

384 - Wickets for Stuart Broad in Tests. He went past Ian Botham's 383 to become England's second highest wicket-taker behind his partner James Anderson (492). The last time England's top-two wicket-takers played together were Fred Trueman and Brian Statham in 1963. Incidentally, Broad's strike rate is identical to Botham's, 56.9.

556 - Number of balls faced by West Indies in this Test. Only six times they have been all out twice in a Test facing fewer balls and the last such instances was against England at Headingley in 2007 when they could bat only 475 balls.

5 - Number of bigger innings defeats for West Indies than the loss by an innings and 209 runs in this Edgbaston Test. Their top two worst defeats have also come against England, by an innings and 283 runs at Headingley in 2007 and an innings and 237 runs at The Oval in 1957.

10 - Instances of West Indies not having a single 50-plus run partnership in a Test whenall out in both innings. In this Test, their highest stand was of 45. This is only their second such instance in the last ten years.

2014 - Last time England won three or more consecutive Tests, which was against India. With this victory, England have won three Tests in a row including the last two Tests of the last series against South Africa.

7 - Consecutive Tests without a defeat for England at Edgbaston. The last they lost was to South Africa in 2008. Since then, they have won four and drawn two.

2009 - Last time West Indies were all out in fewer overs in their first innings of a Test than the 47 overs in this match, which was also against England, at Lord's.

7 - Number of times West Indies have been asked to follow-on in the last four years, the most for any team. Sri Lanka have followed-on six times, Bangladesh twice and England once in this period.

40 - Wickets for Anderson at Edgbaston, the most by any bowler. He went past Fred Trueman's 39 wickets at the venue. Anderson is also the highest wicket-taker at Lord's and Old Trafford among England's top venues.