Jhulan Goswami and Mithali Raj © Getty Images
Jhulan Goswami and Mithali Raj © Getty Images

0.33 win-loss ratio for South Africa Women at Diamond Oval, Kimberley. They played the first 3 ODIs of the 2016-17 against New Zealand at the ground, winning 1 and losing 2. The last ODI played here, on October 13, 2016, was the 1,000th Women’s ODI in history.

2 win-loss ratio of India Women on South African soil (10 wins, 5 defeats). Other than Sri Lanka (where India Women have played 16 and won all of them), this is their best in any country where they have played more than 6 matches.

1 wicket needed by Jhulan Goswami to reach the 200-wicket mark. She will obviously become the first in the world to achieve this (nobody else has crossed 180).

33 runs needed by Deepti Sharma reach 1,000 ODI runs. She will become the 10th Indian and 84th overall to the landmark.

18 runs needed by Laura Wolvaardt to reach 1,000 runs. She will be the 8th South African and (if she reaches there before Deepti) the 84th overall to the landmark.

2 wickets needed by Shikha Pandey to reach the 50-wicket mark. She will become the 11th Indian and 78th overall to have achieved this.

2 wickets needed by Jhulan (22 wickets) to become the highest wicket-taker for any country against South Africa. Only Lucy Pearson (23) has more.

4 wickets needed by Shikha to become the highest wicket-taker for any country against South Africa. Shikha has a terrific record against them: her 20 wickets have come at an average of 13.50 and a strike rate of 21, both of which are the best against South Africa with a 20-wicket cut-off. The only ones ahead of Shikha are Lucy (23), Jhulan (22), Rosalie Birch (21), and Clare Connor (21).

3 wickets needed by Ayabonga Khaka to reach the 50-wicket mark. She will become the 7th South African and (if she reaches there before Shikha) 78th overall to have achieved this.