1 - Instances of visiting teams being all out in the first-innings of a Test against India for a total lower than England's 112. Bangladesh made only 106 in the first-ever pink-ball Test that took place in India in 2019. The 48.4 overs batted by England is also the second-lowest by a visiting team in the first-innings of a Test in India, behind Bangladesh's 30.3 overs during their 106 all out in Kolkata.

2 - First-innings totals lower than 112 for England in Tests since 1950, after electing to bat. They were bundled out for 85 against Ireland at Lord's in 2019, and for 102 against Australia at Headingley in 2009.

112 - England's total in Ahmedabad, their second-lowest in Tests in India. England made 102 in 26.2 overs during the fourth innings of the 1981 Mumbai Test.

9 - Wickets by India's spinners in England's first innings, the most by spin bowlers in an innings in a day-night Test. The previous best was eight wickets by the West Indies spinners during Pakistan's second innings in Dubai in 2016, all of them taken by Devendra Bishoo.

3 - Indian bowlers with five-wicket hauls in each of their first two Test matches. Axar Patel joined Mohammad Nissar and Narendra Hirwani after taking five-fors at Chepauk and Motera.

7.11 - Bowling average of India's spinners in England's first innings. That is their best bowling average in the 204 instances when they have taken eight or more wickets in an innings.

1 - Instances of an India bowlers conceding fewer runs than Patel (38) for a six-wicket plus hauls for India in the first innings of a Test match. Maninder Singh took 7 for 27 against Pakistan in Bengaluru in 1987.
Only once has an India bowler conceded fewer runs in taking six or more wickets against England: Amar Singh took 6 for 35 at Lord's 1936. Axar's figures are exactly the same as Bhagwath Chandrasekhar's at The Oval in 1971.

2 - The number of players who have taken a wicket with their first ball in pink-ball Tests. Axar Patel joined Morne Morkel in doing so. He had struck with the first ball he bowled in day-night Test matches too.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo