2 Number of higher successful chases in first-class matches in India, than the 480 chased by Rest of India in this Irani Cup. The top two successful chases in India are: 536 by West Zone against South Zone in Hyderabad in the final of Duleep Trophy 2009-10 and 501 by South Zone against England A in Gurgaon in 2003-04. The previous highest chase in Irani Cup was 421, also by Rest of India, against Delhi at Feroz Shah Kotla in 1982-83. This is overall the tenth-highest successful chase in first-class cricket history. The total of 482 is the fifth-highest fourth-innings total in first-class cricket in India.

603 Mumbai's total in this match, which is the highest first-innings total in a losing cause in first-class matches in India and the fifth-highest in overall first-class cricket. The highest losing total in Indian first-class cricket, irrespective of the match innings, is 604 in the fourth innings by Maharashtra against Bombay in the 1948-49 Ranji Trophy final, which is also the highest fourth-innings total in India.

421 The difference between Mumbai's first and second innings totals, which is the highest for a team in the Irani Cup and the ninth-highest in first-class matches in India. They scored 603 in first innings but were dismissed for 182 in the second innings. The highest difference in first-class matches in India is 521 by Punjab against Mumbai at Wankhede in 2012-13 - 580 in first innings and 59 in the second.

297 The first-innings deficit for Rest of India after which they went on to win the match - highest in first-class matches in India. The previous highest was in the Eden Gardens Test of 2000-01 where India won after having faced a deficit of 274 in the first innings.

0 Number of times in Irani Cup history the first six batsmen of a team had scored 50 or more previously. Mumbai's first six batsmen all scored 50 or more in their first innings in this match.

2 Number of higher totals than Mumbai's 603 in the Irani Cup by the Ranji Trophy-winning team. Delhi had made 628 for 8 in 1980-81, and Karnataka 606 in 2013-14.

9 Number of times in the last 11 Irani Cups that the Rest of India team won the title. The two times the Ranji Trophy-winning side won the Irani Cup was Karnataka in the last two seasons. Click here for the results of the Irani Cup.

8 Consecutive Irani Cups lost by Mumbai. The last time they won was in 1997-98. They have lost in all their eight appearances since then.

1 Number of scores in the nineties for Karun Nair in his first 50 first-class innings before this match. He was out in the nineties in both innings in this match: 94 in the first innings and 92 in the second. Incidentally, his first score in 90s was also in the Irani Cup, 94 for Karnataka in 2013-14.

5 Consecutive scores of 50 or more in first-class innings for Shreyas Iyer. He scored 81, 90, 58 and 117 in the quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals of the Ranji Trophy before making 55 in the first innings in this match. He has ended the 2015-16 Indian domestic season with 1414 runs in 21 first-class innings at an average of 67.33 and strike rate of 92.23. He hit four centuries and eight half-centuries.

0 Ducks for Shreyas Iyer in first-class career, before he was for duck in Mumbai's second innings in this match. He had played 42 innings before his first duck. This was only his third single-digit score in his last 37 first-class innings; he was out three times for less than 10 in his first six innings.

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath