There have been two lower totals than South Africa's 326 in 2022 that have been enough to win a Test at Lord's. In 1933, England's 296 proved sufficient to beat West Indies, who were bowled out for 97 and 172. And the lowest of all was in 1958, when New Zealand managed only 47 and 74 in response to England's 269.
Mike Atherton and Alec Stewart opened the innings together in five Tests when captain and wicketkeeper, including the one you mention at Trent Bridge in 1997. The fifth time - and the most recent from anywhere - came in the truncated match in Kingston early in 1998. Stewart also opened and kept wicket in two Tests in which Graham Gooch captained, against Pakistan at The Oval in 1992, and against India in Kolkata a few months later.
The obvious one is Sydney Gregory, who was born in 1870 in Sydney - indeed he was born on the site of what is now the Sydney Cricket Ground, as his father was a groundsman there. Syd made a record eight Ashes tours of England, and was captain in 1912, when he played the last of his 58 Tests.
Top of the table is the great fast bowler Dennis Lillee, who took 82 wickets in 14 Tests at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Shane Warne comes next at the MCG with 56, but he leads the way at the Gabba in Brisbane with 68, and at the Sydney Cricket Ground with 64. Warne and Nathan Lyon have both taken 56 at Adelaide Oval. Glenn McGrath leads the way at the WACA in Perth with 52; he also took 65 in Brisbane and 50 in Sydney. Stuart MacGill is the only other man to pass the half-century, with 53 Test wickets in Sydney.
Steven Lynch is the editor of the updated edition of Wisden on the Ashes