Women's World Cup Highlight
New Zealand Vs. West Indies
  • West Indies scored only their second World Cup win against New Zealand in seven matches. Their previous victory was in 2013 in Mumbai.
  • New Zealand's 255 is the fourth-highest, second innings of a World Cup match total that ended in defeat. The highest is South Africa's 305 for 9 against England at Bristol in 2017.
  • Hayley Matthews became the third World Cup centurion for the West Indies joining Stafanie Taylor and Deandra Dottin.
  • Sophie Devine became the fifteen woman cricketer to score two World Cup centuries in a career.
  • In terms of runs, the result was the joint-third closest result in women's World Cup matches. There have been three three-run results, one by two runs and one one-run result. Additionally, there have been three tied matches
South Africa Vs. Bangladesh
  • South Africa's 207 is the ninth-highest total by a team in the World Cup without an individual fifty. The highest such total is Australia's 266 for 5 against the International XI at Wellington in 1982.
  • Bangladesh became only the second team, after England in the very first World Cup match in 1973, to start with an opening partnership of 50 (or more) in their first World Cup match.
Australia Vs. England
  • Australia's 310 for 3 is their second-highest World Cup total. Their record, and the record in the Women's World Cup, is 412 for 3 against Denmark in Mumbai in 1997.
  • Australia's total is also the highest made against England in an ODI surpassing the 305 for 9 made by South Africa at Bristol in the 2017 World Cup.
  • The match aggregate of 608 runs for 11 wickets is the second highest in the World Cup behind only England and South Africa at Bristol in 2017 which realised 678 runs for 14 wickets.
  • The match saw the fifth occasion in the World Cup of both sides providing a centurion. This figure is separate to two players from the same side scoring centuries in the same innings.
  • Of England's 25 World Cup centuries, Natalie Sciver's unbeaten 109 is only England's third against Australia.
  • Australia, however, have scored 13 World Cup centuries and Rachael Haynes's 130 is the first century against England.
  • The partnership of 196 between Haynes and Meg Lanning is the eighth highest in the Women's World Cup for all teams.
  • Sophie Ecclestone's figures of 10-0-77-0 are the most expensive by an England woman in the World Cup. Danielle Hazell's 10-0-70-3 against South Africa at Bristol was the previous highest.
  • England's 298 for 8 is the second-highest total in the World Cup not to include a century partnership. The highest is England's 301 for 4 against Denmark at Secunderabad in 1997.
  • The four fifty partnerships in the England innings is the fifth occasion in the World Cup. England have achieved the feat on three of the five occasions.
  • The six fifty partnerships in the match is the most in a women's World Cup. There have been four instances of five, including the earlier West Indies and New Zealand game.
  • The match also saw only the second occasion in the World Cup of seven bowlers conceding 50 or more runs apiece. The other occasion was the England and South Africa match at Bristol in 2017.
India Vs. Pakistan
  • For the third time in their World Cup history, India recorded three individual scores of fifty or more.
  • The partnership of 122 between Pooja Vastrakar and Sneh Rana is a World Cup record for the seventh wicket surpassing the 85 between Katherine Brunt and Jenny Gunn for England against Australia at Bristol in 2017.
  • Jhulan Goswami went to second place with the most wickets in the Women's World Cup (38) having overtaken England's Carole Hodges. Only Lin Fullston (39) stands ahead of Goswami.
  • Like India's men's team, their women's team has not yet lost a World Cup match (50+ overs) to Pakistan. The women's record now stands at four wins from four matches.
  • Richa Ghosh became the fifth Indian wicket-keeper to effect four dismissals in a World Cup match.
New Zealand Vs. Bangladesh
  • Like England, Bangladesh started their first two World Cup matches with fifty opening partnerships.
  • Suzie Bates became the sixth woman cricketer to score 1000 World Cup runs.
Australia Vs. Pakistan
  • Bismah Maroof's unbeaten 78 is the highest score by a Pakistan captain in the World Cup. The previous best was Sana Mir's 50 against New Zealand at Taunton in 2017.
  • The 99-run partnership between Bismah and Aliya Riaz is Pakistan's highest for any wicket surpassing the 84 for the first wicket between Maliha Hussain and Shameen Khan against South Africa at Baroda in 1997.
  • The above partnership is only the second 99-run partnership in the World Cup. The other was between Hemlata Kala and Chanderkanta Aheer for India against Netherlands at Lincoln Green in 2000.
  • Australia's victory is their fifth in five matches against Pakistan in the World Cup.

***All statistics refer to the women's world cup only***