After a Test match for the ages in Southampton, we look back at some of the key numbers so far in the series.
Most runs in the series – Virat Kohli
Jos Buttler (260), Sam Curran (251), Cheteshwar Pujara (241) and Ajinkya Rahane (220) make up the top five.
Most wickets in the series – James Anderson
Matches – 4
Innings – 8
Wickets – 19
Average – 17.68
Economy – 2.39
Overs Bowled – 140.1
Maidens – 38
Runs conceded – 336
Best – 5-20
Indian paceman Ishant Sharma (15) is second while Stuart Broad and Mohammed Shami are tied on 14, with Jasprit Bumrah the fifth-most productive bowler on 11 scalps.
Anderson is now just four wickets shy of levelling Australian great Glenn McGrath’s haul of 563 scalps.
Most catches – KL Rahul and Alastair Cook (tied with 11 each)
The Indian opener’s catches have come during just seven India innings, as opposed to Cook’s eight occasions in the field. KL Rahul snaffled a series-high four during the tourists’ emphatic third Test win at Trent Bridge.
Highest Partnership in the Series – Sixth-wicket stand of 189 between Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes at Lord’s.
Highest Team Total – England: 396-7d, off 88.1 overs in second innings of second match at Lord’s.
Most fours – Virat Kohli (61)
Most sixes – Sam Curran (4, from just five innings)
Highest strike-rate in an innings – Jos Buttler 121.87 (39 off 32 balls, including three 4s and two 6s)
Highest Test aggregate of runs – Trent Bridge (1,159 runs scored between the sides).
Total amount of wickets to have fallen – 144: 40 at Birmingham; 27 at Lord’s; 37 at Nottingham and 40 during the Southampton Test.
Most extras conceded in an innings – 34, forming England’s first innings total of 246 at Southampton (B: 23; lb; 9, nb: 2).
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