India Women vs Australia Women, 2018: 3rd ODI – Statistical Highlights

All the stats and numbers that were recorded during the final game of the ODI series.

Australian players celebrate series victory. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Australia Women completed a whitewash against the hosts India with a huge 97-run win in the final game of the 3-match ODI series. Alyssa Healy’s big hundred and the contributions from their middle order helped Aussies to post a mammoth 332/7 in the 50 overs. India raced to hundred in just 13.3 overs with Smriti Mandhana and Jemimah Rodrigues finding the boundaries. They couldn’t dominate after both the openers departed in consecutive deliveries. They were bowled out for 235 by the 45th over losing their last six wickets for 56 runs.

All the stats and numbers that were recorded during the final game of the ODI series:

6.21 – Australia Women’s team run rate of 6.21 in this series is their highest in an ODI series/tournament. This is also the first time where Australia Women scored at 6+ run rate in an ODI series.


7.39 – The run rate during the 102-run opening stand between Smriti Mandhana and Jemimah Rodrigues is the highest for India Women in a 100+ opening stand in ODI format. Poonam Raut and Deepti Sharma scored at the rate of 7.03 during the record 320-run stand in 2017 against Ireland.

Their partnership run rate of 7.39 is the 3rd highest in a century stand for India Women in this format. Harmanpreet and Deepti Sharma had an RR of 10.02 against Australia and while Mithali Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy pair scored at 8.3 against New Zealand in the 2017 Women’s CWC.

43 – Australia’s 43 boundary fours in this game are the 3rd most in a Women’s ODI innings. England hit 55 fours against South Africa and 44 fours against Pakistan during the Women’s CWC in 2017.

133 – Alyssa Healy’s 133 is the highest individual score for Australia against India and the 2nd highest score in India-Australia Women’s ODIs. She went past Meg Lanning’s 128 that came in the 2012 Mumbai. Harmanpreet Kaur’s unbeaten 171 in the Women’s CWC 2017 is the highest individual score in the ODIs between the two teams.

133 – Healy’s 133 is the highest individual score in ODI cricket for any player against India Women in India. She surpassed her skipper Meg Lanning’s 128 during the 2012 ODI series in Mumbai. Healy’s 133 is also the 2nd highest ODI score against India Women behind Claire Taylor’s 156* in the 2006 Lord’s ODI.

133 – Alyssa Healy’s innings of 133 is the 3rd highest individual score in Women’s ODI cricket by a wicketkeeper. Rachel Priest scored 157 against Sri Lanka in 2015 while Sarah Taylor scored 147 against South Africa in 2017.

332/7 – Australia’s total of 332/7 is the highest ODI total for any team against India Women. They broke their own record which they made with 300/7 in the 2012 Mumbai ODI.

This was also the first time Australia Women posted 300+ in ODIs since that 2012 game against India. The 332-run total is their 3rd highest behind 412/3 against Denmark and 397/4 against Pakistan; both in 1997.

2013 – India used as many as eight bowlers in this game. The last time they used eight bowlers in an ODI was during the 2013 Ahmedabad ODI against Bangladesh.