England v India, Third Test Statistical Preview
Ahead of the third Test between England and India - which, unusually, starts on a Sunday - here are some interesting statistics as England look to get back into the series.
That was their first win at the venue since 1986 and it ended a 15-game winless streak away from home.
England have now failed to win in 10 Tests, their longest winless run since 1992/3
Should England lose this match, it would mean they fail to win either of their home series in a summer for the first time since they drew with Pakistan and lost to Australia in 2001.
This is just the second Test to be played at the Ageas Bowl (previously The Rose Bowl). In 2011, England drew a rain-affected match against Sri Lanka, a game in which Ian Bell scored 119.
However, he needs 51 runs to become the ninth player to hit 2,000 runs as England captain.
Cook became the seventh English fielder to take 100 Test catches when he reached the milestone at Lord's. He now has 102, and could pass Graham Thorpe (105) and Graham Gooch (103) in this game.
Stuart Broad needs four wickets to pass Graeme Swann (255) as England's sixth highest Test wicket-taker.
Ajinkya Rahane averages 53.5 away from home - the third highest among Indian batsmen who have played 10 or more innings.
Stats from Opta
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