ENGLAND VS. WEST INDIES SECOND TEST HIGHLIGHTS
     
  • The fourth-wicket partnership of 260 between Dominic Sibley and Ben Stokes is the highest for that wicket at Old Trafford surpassing the 214 between Michael Clarke and Steve Smith for Australia against England in 2013.
  • The said partnership is the second highest for any wicket at Old Trafford, marginally behind the 267 by Michael Vaughan and Graham Thorpe for England against Pakistan in 2001.
  • Sibley's 556-minute vigil is the sixth longest at Old Trafford, whilst Stokes's 487-minute innings is the tenth longest at the same ground.
  • Sibley's innings is the firth longest for England against West Indies. Stokes's innings takes him to tenth in the same list.
  • Sibley's innings is also the tenth longest (by balls faced) for England against West Indies whilst Stokes fits into fourteenth in the same list.
  • The last wicket, unbeaten partnership of 42 between Dom Bess and Stuart Broad is England's highest for that wicket against West Indies since the 60 made between Steve Harmison and James Anderson at The Oval in 2004.
  • The 172 runs conceded by Roston Chase is the fifth most by a bowler in an innings at Old Trafford. His analysis is, though, only the second most in the same circumstances by bowlers taking five wickets in an innings there.
  • Alzarri Joseph's 32 is the second highest score by a West Indian nightwatchman against England. Colin Croft made 33 at Bridgetown in 1980-81.
  • Stokes's match tally of 254 runs is the fifth-highest at Old Trafford. It is also the seventh highest for England against West Indies at any ground.
  • The seven West Indian batsmen dismissed lbw in the match is joint-fifth highest in all their Tests against England. They have had three occasions of eight batsmen falling lbw in a Test against England.
  • The West Indian second inningstotal of 198 is their lowest against England to include a century partnership. Their previous lowest was 208 at Port-of-Spain in 2003/04. In the same circumstances, it is their fourth-lowest against all opposition.
  • Sharmarh Brooks became the fourth West Indian batsman (after Gordon Greenidge, Brian Lara and Shivnarine Chanderpaul) to record two fifties (or more) against England at Old Trafford.
  • England's victory is their fiftieth in 159 Tests against West Indies.