Now the third has been ticked off. Chris Woakes has a Test century at Lord's.The photocopier, the whistle, the x-ray scanner, even the bicycle bell - Birmingham can lay claim to being the birthplace of countless things, but on day three at Lord's none were more valuable than Woakes.
Anderson took five for 20 in 13.2 overs while Ravichandran Ashwin top-scored for India with 29.
Chris Woakes hit his maiden Test century as England hammered home their advantage over India in the second Test at Lord's.More news: Maurizio Sarri: 'I must adapt to Chelsea'
The partnership has given England a good chance of moving into a 2-0 lead over India in the five-match series.
Joe Root (19) had battled through a hard spell when he first came to the crease and was set to be rewarded with more favourable conditions in the afternoon, only to be undone by Shami with a ball that nipped back and stayed low in the final over of the morning.
Sam Curran (22no) made the most of some erratic bowling from Kuldeep Yadav to boost England's lead further and, weather permitting, he and Woakes will resume with the bat on the fourth morning.More news: Execs: Company Boosted by Foxtel Purchase, Digital Growth in Q4
As expected England gave a Test debut to 20-year-old Surrey batsman Pope, who has competed in only 15 first-class matches but takes the place of the dropped Dawid Malan. He got off the mark with a four and looked composed throughout out his innings of 28 before he was LBW to Hardik Pandya (one for 16).
England were 131/5 when Jos Buttler departed LBW for 24 and the match very much belonged to the bowlers. He was fortunate to enter the fray with the ball no longer swinging as it had throughout the match and India's bowling attack - undoubtedly rueing the decision to pick two spinners - either tiring or ineffective. Five balls later, Ishant came up with a beauty to put his indifferent start behind him as Cook (21) edged one behind to the 'keeper.
Bairstow received sound support from the correct Woakes, selected after fellow all-rounder Ben Stokes was omitted because of clash with his ongoing trial for affray.More news: Gary Woodland sets PGA Championship record before storm suspends play