1 Instances where three out of England's top five batsmen have been dismissed for one run or less in 160 Ashes Tests at home. This happened for the first time during England's first innings when Adam Lyth, Ian Bell and Joe Root were dismissed for 0, 1 and 1 respectively.
77 Number of years since an Australia batsman has made a double-century at Lord's. The last batsman to do this before Smith's 215 in the first innings was Bill Brown, who scored 206 not-out in 1938. Don Bradman is the only other Australian double centurion at Lord's.
2 Number of Australian batsmen who faced 300-plus balls each this innings - Rogers and Smith. There was only one other instance of this happening since 2001. In the 15 years before that, between 1985 and 2000, there were seven instances of two Australian batsmen facing 300-plus each in the same innings.
46 Number of consecutive away Tests that Australia have played without a batsman making a double-century. The last Australian to do this before Smith was Jason Gillespie, against Bangladesh in 2006.
0 Number of 50-plus scores for Michael Clarke in his last 10 Ashes innings. He averages 16.70 in this period with a top score of 38.
9 Number of times two out of Australia's top-three batsmen have made 150-plus scores in the same innings, as Rogers and Smith did. There were seven such instances between 1930 and 1968, but only two since then (including this Test).
Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor with ESPNcricinfo