Alyssa Healy © Getty Images
Alyssa Healy scored the first ODI hundred by an Australian wicketkeeper © Getty Images

97 runs was the winning margin for Australia Women today, their 2nd-most against India Women on Indian soil. Their biggest remains that massive 221-run win at Mumbai in 2011-12, when they had piled up 300/7 and bowled out India for 79.

5 whitewashes for Australia Women against India Women till date. In all there have been 7 bilateral series and Australia have won every single one.

332/7 Australia’s highest score against India Women and their 3rd-highest overall. This was also the highest score by any side against India (the previous highest, 300/7, was also by Australia Women).

133 for Alyssa Healy, the 3rd-highest by a wicketkeeper in a Women’s ODI. Only Rachel Priest (157) and Sarah Taylor (147) have made bigger scores. In fact, Healy scored the 1st ODI hundred by an Australian wicketkeeper. Her own 71 was the previous best for them.

128 (by Meg Lanning, in 2012) was previous best by an Australian woman against India. Healy went past that as well.

130 wickets for Ellyse Perry, which took her to joint 7th on the all-time list. Perry has drawn level with Stafanie Taylor. She is behind Jhulan Goswami (200), Cathryn Fitzpatrick (180), Lisa Sthalekar (146), Anisa Mohammed (145), Neetu David (141), and Jenny Gunn (135).

35 for Ashleigh Gardner, her highest in ODIs, in her 15th match. Her previous best was 27 against England Women at Brisbane in October.

17 and 1/34 for Nicola Carey, her highest score and best bowling figures in ODIs, in her 3rd match. Her previous best were 16 and 1/44, in her previous match.

42 for Jemimah Rodrigues, her highest in ODIs, in her 2nd match. She had scored 1 on debut.

1,031 runs for Rachael Haynes. She became the 17th Australian and 86th overall to the landmark. Haynes also went past Mel Jones (1,028) to reach 16th spot.

9.27 economy rate for Harmanpreet Kaur (5.3-0-51-2) in the match, the 2nd-worst by an Indian in a spell of 5 of more overs. The worst remains Reema Malhotra’s 9.33 (6-0-56-2), against Australia Women at Mumbai in 2012-13. Harman’s spell is also the most expensive for anyone to have taken 2 or more wickets.

101 added by Smriti Mandhana and Rodrigues, the 2nd-highest opening-wicket stand for India Women against Australia. The record remains 103, between Gargi Banerji and Sandhya Agarwal at Madras in 1983-84.