• England's first innings total of 58 all out is their sixth-lowest in Tests.
  • Their total is also their lowest against New Zealand surpassing their 64 at Wellington in 1977-78.
  • This was the fourth occasion of five England batsmen registering ducks in the same innings. The last occasion was against West Indies at Headingley in 1976.
  • England's total is the first occasion in Test history of the tenth-wicket pair more than doubling the total in an innings where all ten wickets were lost. Peter Willey and Bob Willis added an unbeaten 117 for England against West Indies at The Oval in 1980 in taking the total from 92 for 9 to 209 but neither was dismissed.
  • England's innings is their third-shortest in terms of balls faced in an innings where they lost all ten wickets. Their lowest remains 94 balls against Australia at Melbourne in 1901-02.
  • In losing their ninth wicket at 27, England's score at that stage was their lowest in any Test at the fall of the ninth wicket. Their previous lowest was 41 against Australia at Sydney in 1886-87.
  • England's first innings saw only the twenty-fourth occasion in all Tests of a side being dismissed by opponents using only two bowlers. Since 1956-57, the feat has only happened on five occasions.
  • Stuart Broad became the fifteenth bowler to take 400 Test wickets. He is the second from England and the tenth fast bowler to achieve the feat.
  • Kane Williamson's eighteenth Test century means that he is at the top of the list of New Zealand centurions. Williamson overtook Martin Crowe and Ross Taylor during his innings of 102.
  • The difference of 262 runs between England's first and second innings is their third-highest after being bowled out for under 100 in the first innings. In the same circumstances, the 400 runs at Melbourne in 1894-95 (75 and 475) is their highest.

  • Jonny Bairstow became the sixth English wicket-keeper to score a Test century in New Zealand.
  • Bairstow became the second English wicket-keeper, after Matt Prior, to also take five catches in an innings of the same Test as scoring a century against New Zealand.
  • There have been only four instances of a bowler taking six wickets in an innings at Christchurch's Hagley Oval and two occurred in this Test. Tim Southee's 6 for 62 is the second-best for New Zealand behind Colin de Grandhomme's 6 for 41 against Pakistan in 2016-17. Stuart Broad's
  • 6 for 54 is the best by a New Zealand opponent on the ground bettering Jackson Bird's 5 for 59 for Australia in 2015-16.
  • The last occasion of the opening bowlers sharing all ten wickets in the first two innings of the same Test was at Lord's in 1912 between England and South Africa.
  • The following partnerships are all records for Tests played at Christchurch's Hagley Oval:
    • 123 for the second wicket between Mark Stoneman and James Vince.
    • 142 for the sixth wicket between B-J. Watling and Colin de Grandhomme.
    • 57 for the seventh wicket between de Grandhomme and Ish Sodhi.
    • The New Zealand first innings saw the sixth occasion in which their sixth, seventh and eighth batsmen all scored 50. This last happened for them at Napier against Pakistan in 2009-10.
    • The England second innings was the thirteenth occasion of their second, third, fourth and fifth batsmen all passing 50. Their last such occasion was against Sri Lanka at Lord's in 2011.
    • New Zealand's second innings is their fourth longest in terms of balls faced in the last innings of a drawn Test. Their longest is 155 overs against West Indies at Port-of-Spain in 1971-72.
    • At a scoring rate of 6.80 per 100 balls, Neil Wagner's second innings, rearguard 7 is the slowest rate by a New Zealand batsman facing 100 or more balls.
    • Kane Williamson's golden duck in New Zealand's second innings is his first in his Test career.
    • Trent Boult's fifteen wickets (average 18.33) is the most by a New Zealand bowler against England in a series of no more than two Tests.
    • New Zealand's fourth series win against England is their first since 1999 (in England). Their last home series win against England was in 1983-84.