Johnson's double landmark, Clarke slump continues

James Anderson could be ruled out of the remainder of the Investec Ashes after being forced off the field at Edgbaston with an apparent side strain

Bishen Jeswant
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That familiar leap: Mitchell Johnson jumps with joy, England v Australia, 3rd Test, Edgbaston, 2nd day, July 30, 2015

Mitchell Johnson went to 300 Test wickets in spectacular style  •  Getty Images

2 Number of Australia players who have achieved the all-round double of 2000 runs and 300 wickets - Shane Warne and Mitchell Johnson. Johnson started this Test on 1999 runs and 299 wickets. Overall, this double has been achieved by 12 players.
13 Runs scored by Michael Clarke across both innings in this Test - ten runs in the first innings and three in the second. There have only been three Tests in Clarke's 113-match career where he has cumulatively scored fewer runs across both innings.
49.73 Clarke's current batting average after his twin failures in this Test. Clarke's batting average has not dropped below 50 in 30 Tests since 2012.
69.6 David Warner's second-innings average in Tests against England. He scored 77 during Australia's second innings in this Test. Warner only averages 21.3 in the first innings of Tests against England.
22 Number of matches since Steven Smith last made two single-digit scores in the same Test. Smith averaged 69.94 in between. The last time was in the Lord's Test during the 2013 Ashes in England.
35 Number of balls in which Warner got to his fifty, the joint-fastest by any batsman in Ashes history. Australia's Graham Yallop also reached 50 off 35-balls during the Old Trafford Test of the 1981 Ashes.
2 Number of 50-plus scores for Moeen Ali when batting at No. 8 this series. He is only the second England batsman in the last 34 years to make two 50-plus scores in an Ashes series batting at No. 8. Stuart Broad did this during the 2009 Ashes.
5 Number of players who have scored 1000-plus Test runs in the last 12 months. Joe Root (1042) and Warner (1033) became the fourth and fifth batsmen to go past the 1000-run mark during their respective innings of 63 and 77 on the second day of this Test.
0 Number of previous instances of Chris Rogers being dismissed lbw in the second innings of a Test match. He was trapped in front by Stuart Broad after scoring six runs during Australia's second innings of this Test.
43 Number of years since Australia have lost five wickets for 100 runs or less in both innings of an Ashes Test - at Headingley in 1972. Australia were 82 for 5 in the first innings of this Test and 92 for 5 in the second innings.
1890 The year Australia last lost a Test match inside two days, against England at The Oval. Australia have lost two other Tests inside two days, both against England and both in 1888. Australia have avoided that ignominy on this occasion.