12 - Number of consecutive Tests in which Joe Root has scored at least one fifty-plus score, which makes him equal AB de Villiers' record. Root's unbeaten streak is since the Dhaka Test in October last year.
2006 - Last time two West Indies bowlers picked four or more wickets in the same innings of an away Test, before Shannon Gabriel and Kemar Roach in this match. Fidel Edwards and Daren Powell were the last pair to do this, in Wellington in 2005-06. The last time two West Indies bowlers took such hauls were Ravi Rampaul and Darren Sammy against Pakistan in Providence in 2011.
2013 - Last time England were dismissed for a lower total in first innings of a home Test than the 258 in this match. They made 238 at Chester-le-Street in the 2013 Ashes.
2 - Instances of West Indies getting three wickets in the first 15 overs of a Test in the last five years. They struck three times in first 15 overs of this match and left England 37 for 3. The only other such bowling success for West Indies was against Sri Lanka at Premadasa in 2015.
6 - Centuries for Ben Stokes in Tests, all coming at No. 6 . For England, only Tony Greig has hit more centuries at that position while Ian Bell also has made six centuries at No. 6. Since Stokes' debut no other batsman has scored that many centuries at that batting position.
3 - Number of four-wicket hauls for Gabriel in his last three Tests. Before the 4 for 51 in the first innings of this Test, he had taken 4 for 81 and 5 for 11 against Pakistan in Bridgetown in April this year. Overall, this is only his fourth four-wicket haul in 27 Tests.
2010 - Last time Roach picked up a four-for in an away Test, against Sri Lanka at Premadasa. Before this match, Roach had picked only four wickets in his last eight innings in Tests outside West Indies. Overall, this is only his second four-for in matches outside West Indies.
23 - Ducks for Stuart Broad in Tests - the most among England players. He edged past James Andersons' 22 ducks. Incidentally, both these players are also England's top-wicket takers.