1. For the first time, India have taken a first innings lead of 300-plus (304) while batting second in a Test match vs West Indies in the Caribbean - the third instance of a lead of over 200 vs West Indies overall while batting second the two at home being 313 at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai and 219 at Eden Gardens, Kolkatya - both in November 2013.

2. For the second time, India have registered a lead of 300 or more in successive Tests. In the North Sound Test last week, they had gained a lead of 323.

3. The first such instance was against Sri Lanka at home in 2009 when they had registered leads of 413 at Kanpur and 333 at Mumbai (Brabourne Stadium).

4. India's biggest first innings lead over West Indies in West Indies is by 373 runs at Gros Islet in 2006. 
5. India (500/9d) have recorded a total of 500 for the first time in a Test match at Kingston. In all, they have registered five totals of 500-plus vs West Indies in the Caribbean.

6. India have registered two totals of 500 or more in a Test series twice vs West Indies in the Caribbean, 566 for eight wickets declared at North Sound and 500 for nine wickets declared at Kingston. The first instance being in 2016: 588 for eight declared at Gros Islet and 521 for six declared at St.John's.

7. Overall, India have registered totals of 500 or more in successive innings in Tests three times away from home. 

8. India's above total is the sixth highest by a visiting team in Tests at Kingston - the highest being England's 849 in April 1930.

9. India have registered two totals of 500 or more in a rubber eight times in an away series- the last instance being 532 at Sydney and 526 at Adelaide - vs Australia in 2007-08

10. Ajinkya Rahane  (108 not out) has recorded the second highest score by India's number five batsman vs West Indies at Kingston behind the 117 by Polly Umrigar in March 1953.

11. Polly Umrigar had scored 130, while batting at number five, at Port of Spain in January 1953 and Rahul Dravid: 144 not out at Georgetown in April 2002.

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