Congratulations to England on winning the recent Test series 2-1, and many thanks to the West Indies for touring England during the Coronavirus pandemic and allowing fans the chance to watch Test cricket on the television.
Here are some of the highlights from the recently completed Third Test at Old Trafford.

  • England's first innings 369 is their nineteenth highest Test total to include four or more fifties, but no centuries. Their highest is 490 for 8 against West Indies at Headingley in 2017.
  • Stuart Broad became the first batsman to score 50 for England at number 10 and take six wickets in an innings of the same Test since Chris Lewis at Edgbaston in 1991.
  • The ninth-wicket partnership of 76 between Broad and Dom Bess is the fifth best for that wicket for England against West Indies.
  • Dominic Sibley became the first England batsman after Peter Willey to twice record a duck in the first innings and a fifty in the second of the same Test against West Indies.
  • Broad's 6 for 31 is the second best for England against West Indies at Old Trafford. Jim Langridge took 7 for 56 in 1933.
  • Joe Root's fourth career run out is the most by any England captain, overtaking Archie MacLaren.
  • Rory Burns became the twenty-first opener to record two fifties in the same Test for England against West Indies. The last occasion was by Alastair Cook at Grenada in 2014/15.
  • Stuart Broad became the seventh bowler, and fourth fast bowler, to take 500 Test wickets. James Anderson is the only other English bowler within the list.
  • Broad's match figures of 10 for 67 are the best by an England bowler against West Indies at Old Trafford.
  • Broad became the fourth England player to score a fifty, take ten wickets and take a catch in the same Test. Billy Bates, Frank Woolley, John Lever and Moeen Ali are the others to achieve the feat, but Broad is the first to do so against West Indies. Seven England cricketers have performed the above but without taking a catch.
  • Chris Woakes's 5 for 50 provided the ninth instance, by seven bowlers, of an England bowler taking five wickets in an innings without bowling a maiden. Stuart Broad and Wilfred Rhodes performed the feat twice apiece.
  • The West Indian match aggregate of 326 runs is their twenty-fifth lowest against all opposition, and thirteenth against England, based on losing all ten wickets in each innings.