England achieve once-a-century comeback as Ireland are rolled for 38

38 Ireland's total in the fourth innings, which is the seventh lowest in overall Test cricket history and lowest in the last 64 years. Eighth of the ten lowest totals in Tests have come against England.

94 Balls for which Ireland's innings lasted, is the joint second-shortest innings in Tests. The only shorter innings was 75 balls by South Africa at Edgbaston in 1924.

4 Number of times a team has won a Test after making a first-innings score less than England's 85 in this Test. All the four instances occurred more than 100 years ago. The only other instance in the last 100 years of a team getting all out for less than 100 and winning a Test is Pakistan (99) against England at Dubai in 2012.

6 for 17 Chris Woakes' figures in the fourth innings - his career-best figures. Woakes has taken three five-wicket hauls in his career and all have come at Lord's. His haul is also the cheapest six-wicket haul in Tests at Lord's. Woakes has got 24 wickets in four Tests at Lord's at an average of 9.75. In the last Test at Lord's, he scored his maiden Test century, against India.

2011 The last time there were two sub-100 totals in a Test, which came in the Cape Town Test between South Africa and Australia. Overall, this was the 26th instance of two sub-100 totals in a Test and the first in England in the last 60 years.

1 Jonny Bairstow and Gary Wilson - the wicketkeepers for both sides - got pairs in this Test. This was the first time both wicketkeepers got pairs in a Test. There were seven ducks by batsmen at No. 5 to 7 in this match, which is also the most in any Test.