Australia have take 1-0 lead against India © Getty Images
Australia have take 1-0 lead against India © Getty Images

4,035 days since India Women have beaten Australia Women in a home ODI. In fact, they have beaten Australia only 4 times on Indian soil, of which 3 came in a 13-day period in December 2004. They have lost 15 matches, which gives them a win-loss ratio of 0.27. This is slightly better than their overall win-loss ratio of 0.26 against Australia (9 wins, 35 defeats).

107 balls were left when Australia Women won today, their most against India Women on Indian soil. Their previous best was 86 balls, at Wankhede Stadium in 2011-12. Australia’s 8-wicket margin was also their best against India in India. They had also won by the same margin at Vapi in 2004-05.

In the past  1,795 days (before today) only once have India Women taken field without both Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami.

100* by Nicole Bolton today, the 2nd-highest for an Australian against India Women in India. Meg Lanning’s 128 at Wankhede Stadium in 2011-12 remains the highest.

3/24 by Amanda-Jade Wellington today, her career-best, in her 10th ODI. Her previous best was 3/52 against New Zealand Women at Mount Maunganui in 2016-17.

51 by Pooja Vastrakar today, her highest ODI score, in her 2nd ODI. She had scored 1 on debut, against South Africa at Potchefstroom last month.

41 by Sushma Verma today, her highest ODI score, in her 33rd ODI. Her previous highest was 33, against Pakistan Women at Derby in the 2017 World Cup.

124 players have now played ODIs for India Women. Jemimah Rodrigues was the latest.

137 players have now played ODIs for Australia Women. Nicola Carey became the latest.