India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane needs 59 to reach 3,000 Test runs while Ishant Sharma is five scalps away from entering the 300-club.
Nottingham: India, trailing 0-2, head into Saturday's third Test against England needing to win to stay alive in the five-match series.
Ahead of the contest at Trent Bridge, here is a look at some key statistics related to the Trent Bridge ground and major milestones which some of the players can achieve.
There have been results in 13 of the last 16 Tests played at Nottingham. England have won six of the last eight matches played at the venue.
India’s only Test win at Nottingham came in 2007.
James Anderson requires one wicket to reach 100 scalps in Tests against India. If he does, he will become the second bowler after Muttiah Muralitharan to reach the milestone.
Moeen Ali requires five runs to reach 2,500 Test runs to go with his 100 wickets. He will become the joint sixth quickest to do so in Tests and the third joint quickest to do so for England.
Stuart Broad requires 12 to reach 3,000 runs in Tests. He will become the fifth player after Shane Warne, Kapil Dev, Richard Hadlee and Shaun Pollock to score 3,000 runs and take 400 wickets in Tests. Jos Buttler requires 30 to reach 1,000 runs in Tests.
Murali Vijay requires 67 runs to reach 4,000 in Tests. He will become the 16th Indian player to reach the mark.
India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane needs 59 to reach 3,000 Test runs. If he does, he will be the 22nd India player to that landmark.
Ishant Sharma is five scalps away from entering the 300-club. If he does, he will be the sixth Indian player to reach that milestone. He also needs five scalps to complete 50 wickets against England.
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Last Updated 9, Sep 2018, 10:24 AM