London: Captain Virat Kohli is on the verge of breaking more records as India face England in the fifth and final Test here at The Oval from Friday.

Kohli, the leading batsman in the five-match rubber with 544 runs (two hundreds and three fifties), has a chance to better Rahul Dravid and Mohammad Yousuf’s records.

With the series already lost 1-3, India will be desperate to pull one back and head home on a high. Barring Kohli, Indian batsmen have struggled in swinging conditions.

Having 544 runs to his name in the series in four Tests, the highest run-getter of the series by far, the Indian skipper is just 88 runs shy of overtaking Pakistan’s Yousuf (631 runs in 2006) to become the highest run-getter in a series against England on English soil.

Also, Kohli needs 59 runs to surpass Dravid’s record of 602 runs in 2002 in England, which is the most by an Indian batsman in a Test series in England.