Women's World Cup Further Matches
     
England Vs. West Indies
  • West Indies win was their first in the World Cup in five matches against England.
  • The partnership of 81 between Deandra Dottin and Hayley Marshall is the highest for the first wicket for West Indies in the World Cup.
  • Stafanie Taylorís first-ball dismissal was her first such in 23 World Cup matches.
  • The 123-run partnership between Shemaine Campbelle and Chedean Nation is the highest for West Indies for the fifth wicket in the World Cup.
  • Having conceded a record number of runs in the previous match, Sophie Ecclestoneís return of 3 for 20 is the most economical (by a bowler bowling 10 overs) for England since Anya Shrubsoleís 5 for 17 against South Africa at Cuttack in 2013.
  • The 61-run partnership between Ecclestone and Kate Cross is Englandís highest for the ninth wicket in the World Cup.
  • Sophie became only the second player to take three (or more) wickets and score 30 (or more) runs batting at number 9 in the World Cup. The other player was Lucy Doolan for New Zealand against England in 2009.
  • There have been as many as 38 World Cup matches which have seen eight (or more) bowlers used in the same innings. The match saw the eighth such occasion by West Indies.
  • Englandís 218 is the highest total in a completed World Cup innings without an individual fifty. The previous highest was New Zealandís 209 against England at Derby in 2017.
  • The 38 runs in wides in the match is the most in the World Cup since the same two countries managed 43 at Mumbai in 2013.
New Zealand Vs. India
  • New Zealandís win is their tenth in thirteen matches against India in the World Cup.
  • New Zealandís 260 for 9 is also their highest total against India surpassing their 224 for 5 in 2000 at Lincoln.
  • Indiaís 198 is their second-highest, completed World Cup innings total not to include a fifty partnership. Their highest is 207, also against New Zealand, at North Sydney in 2009.
South Africa Vs. Pakistan
  • Pakistanís 6-run defeat is their narrowest (by runs) in the World Cup. Their previous closest was 15 runs to Sri Lanka at Leicester in 2017.
  • Pakistanís 217 is their highest World Cup total overtaking their 206 for 8, also against South Africa, at Leicester in 2017.
  • For the third occasion Ė and second successive match for the first time Ė two Pakistan players made fifty in the same innings.
India Vs. West Indies
  • Indiaís 317 for 8 is comfortably their highest World Cup total. Their previous best was 284 for 6, also against West Indies, at Mumbai in 2013.
  • The Indian innings saw their first, and the eighth in total, of two players recording centuries in the same World Cup innings. The first such occasion was during the first-ever World Cup match by England against an International XI.
  • The 184-run partnership between Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur is the record for the fourth wicket in the World Cup. The previous highest was 170 by Tammy Beaumont and Nat Sciver for England against New Zealand at Derby in 2017.
  • The above partnership is also the highest for any wicket by India in the World Cup. Previously, the 175 between Punam Raut and Thirush Kamini for India against West Indies at Mumbai in 213.
  • Indiaís 155-run victory is their second largest in the World Cup behind only the 186-run win over New Zealand at Derby in 2017.
  • West Indies total of 162 is the lowest, completed total in the World Cup to include a century partnership. The previous lowest was 186 by New Zealand against England at Perth in 1988.
  • The West Indian innings also saw the fewest number of runs added (62) after a century opening stand. This is based on a completed innings.
  • Jhulan Goswami became the leading wicket-taker in the World Cup overtaking Lyn Fullstonís long-standing record of 39.
New Zealand Vs. Australia
  • Australiaís 269 for 8 is their highest World Cup total against New Zealand. Their previous best was 228 for 3 at Cuttack in 2013.
  • Australiaís 141-run victory is their largest by runs against New Zealand in the World Cup.


***ALL FIGURES RELATE TO THE WOMENíS WORLD CUP ONLY***