Sri Lanka Women vs England Women 2019, 3rd T20I – Statistical Highlights
All the major stats and numbers from the final T20I between Sri Lanka Women and England Women.
Updated - Mar 28, 2019 2:38 pm
England Women completed a T20I series whitewash against Sri Lanka Women with a 96-run win in the final game of the series. After the fifties from Danielle Wyatt (51) and Amy Jones (57), the openers, Tammy Beaumont (42*) and Natalie Sciver (49*) gave finishing touch and powered England to a big total of 204/2. Sri Lanka Women fell a long way in the chase as they made only 108/6 in their 20 overs with Hansima Karunaratne alone scoring 44*.
All the major stats and numbers from the final T20I between Sri Lanka Women and England Women:
A huge win for the visitors:
96 – The 96-runs victory is the 2nd biggest T20I victory for England Women in terms of runs and the 2nd biggest T20I defeat in terms of runs for the Sri Lankan Women. England Women defeated South Africa by 121 runs when they posted 250/3 during last year’s Taunton T20I. Sri Lanka lost to New Zealand by 102 runs while chasing 189 in the 2015 Christchurch T20I.
A record total:
204/2 – The total of 204/2 by England is their 2nd highest total and overall the 7th highest in Women’s T20I cricket. They recorded the highest Women’s T20I total during last year’s tri-series game against South Africa where they scored 250/3.
1 – This total of 204/2 is the first ever 200+ total in a Women’s T20I game in Sri Lanka. The previous highest total in this format in Sri Lanka was 168/8 by India Women against the hosts during the last year’s T20I in Katunayake.
This is also the first 200+ total recorded in a Women’s bilateral T20I series. The previous six 200+ totals in Women’s T20Is were registered in the multi-team tournaments.
England Women create history:
1 – For the first in Women’s T20I cricket, four different batters scored 40 and more in the same innings. England’s top four Danielle Wyatt (51), Amy Jones (57), Tammy Beaumont (42*) and Natalie Sciver (49*) combined to record the first such in Women’s T20I cricket.
2 – England Women’s innings is only the 2nd instance in the T20I cricket (Men/Women) where as many as four players scored 40+ in the same innings. Pakistan Men’s team also had their top four scoring 40+ during the 2018 Auckland T20I against New Zealand.
5 – With Hansima Karunaratne of Sri Lanka scoring an unbeaten 44, this T20I became the first in Women’s cricket where five different players scored 40+. There were eight instances of four players making 40 and more in the same Women’s T20I match.
Men’s cricket witnessed 10 instances of five or more batsmen scoring 40+ in a T20I match, including two occasions of six players crossing 40 and more.
26 – The 26 fours hit by the England Women in this game are the joint 3rd most in a Women’s T20I innings. They hit 33 fours against South Africa during last year’s T20I tri-series at home when they registered a record total of 250/3. Australia Women hit 32 fours against England during last year’s T20I Tri-series final in India.
Sciver @ 1000:
1024 – Natalie Sciver completed 1000 runs in T20I cricket when she went past 25 during her 24-ball 49 in this game. She became only the 6th player to aggregate 1,000 T20I runs for England Women.