Women’s T20I Tri-Series: Match 4, India vs Australia – Statistical Highlights
All the stats and numbers with that were recorded during the 4th game of the T20I Tri-Series.
Updated - Mar 26, 2018 4:13 pm
Australia made it 5-0 against India in the tour with a 36-run win to knock the hosts out of the Tri-nation series and make it to the finals along with England. Australia whitewashed India in the 3-match ODI series and also registered a convincing win against them in the first league game of the tournament. The Aussies posted a big total of 186/5 with the help of the fifties from Beth Mooney (71) and Elyse Villani (61). Megan Schutt’s hat-trick jolted India’s chances in the chase as they managed to score only 150/5.
All the stats and numbers with that were recorded during the 4th game of the T20I Tri-Series:
4 – Elyse Villani became the 4th player to be part of four century partnerships in Women’s T20I cricket. Suzie Bates (6), Meg Lanning (4) and Mithali Raj (4) are the other three players to be part of four century partnerships in this format.
4 – Number of ducks for Mithali Raj in T20I cricket. These are the 2nd most for an India Women player in this format. Amita Sharma bagged five ducks for India Women in T20Is.
7 – Megan Schutt became the first Australian player and the 7th overall to take a hat-trick in Women’s T20I cricket. She also became the 3rd Australian Women to take a hat-trick in International cricket. Betty Wilson and Rene Farrell took hat-tricks in Test cricket for Australia Women.
17y 202d – Jemimah Rodrigues became the youngest Indian player and the 2nd youngest ever to score a fifty in the T20I format. Windies’ Stafanie Taylor scored a fifty in 2008 at the age of 17 years and 16 days against Ireland.
No player in Men’s cricket scored a T20I fifty before turning 18. The previous youngest player to score a T20I fifty for India is Smriti Mandhana at the age of 18 years and 135 days in 2014. The youngest Indian to score a fifty in Men’s cricket is Rohit Sharma (20y 143d) in the 2007 WT20.
114 – The 114-run stand between Beth Mooney and Elyse Villani is the 3rd highest partnership for any wicket for Australia in Women’s T20Is and their highest for the 3rd wicket. Alex Blackwell and Karen Rolton put on an unbeaten 147 against England in 2005 for the 4th wicket while Ellyse Perry and Villani put on 121 for the opening wicket against Ireland in 2015.
150/5 – India Women’s 150/5 in this game is their 2nd highest total in T20I cricket while chasing. India made 168/3 during their successful chase against South Africa in February.
186/5 – Australia Women’s total of 186/5 is their joint 2nd highest total in T20I cricket. The made 191/1 against Ireland in 2014 WT20 and also posted 186/1 against the Irish team in the 2015 Dublin T20I.
This total is also the 2nd highest total ever conceded by India Women after the 199/3 in the yesterday’s game against England while defending their highest ever T20I total of 198/4.