3 - Number of Test series wins for New Zealand in England, including their latest win by 1-0 margin. New Zealand won the three-match series in 1986 by a 1-0 margin and the four-match series in 1999 by 2-1. The latest series victory is also the third consecutive Test series win for New Zealand against England, having triumphed at home in 2018 and 2019.
13 - Consecutive bilateral Test series without a defeat for England at home, before the series loss to New Zealand. It is also the first Test series defeat at home for Joe Root as captain. England's last Test series defeat at home came against Sri Lanka in 2014, also by a 1-0 margin during a two-match series.
5 - The number of players with a score in the 80s in this match, the first such instance in Test cricket. It is also only the third Test match to record five scores in the 80s, the previous instances were during the Australia vs South Africa Test at the SCG in 1964 and England vs Australia match at Old Trafford in 1968.
88-10 - England's win-loss record when they have made 300-plus in the first innings of a Test match at home. The eight-wicket loss to New Zealand is only the third defeat for England after scoring 300-plus in the first innings of a home Test in the last 20 years.
0 - The number of New Zealand players to have won the Player-of-the-Series award in their debut Test series, before Devon Conway. The opener is also the second after Sourav Ganguly to win the award in their debut Test series in England.
306 - Runs for Conway in this Test series, the second-most by a New Zealander in the debut Test series. Stewie Dempster leads the list with 341 runs, scored during the four-match series against England in 1930. Conway's tally of 306 runs is fifth-most by a visiting opener in a Test series on debut in England.
3 - Instances of New Zealand winning away from home, despite conceding 300 and more runs in the first innings of the Test. The Edgbaston win is also just the ninth instance of New Zealand winning a Test even after giving away 300-plus runs in the first innings of a Test match.
Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo