178 - The highest successful chase in women's T20Is, achieved on Tuesday as England levelled the Women's Ashes series. The previous highest also involved England and Australia in 2009, where England chased down 163 at The Oval. Four of the top six run chases have been achieved against Australia. The previous highest successful chase in Australia was New Zealand's 151 in 2013.

2 - This is the first instance of two centuries scored in a women's T20I. Danielle Wyatt scored 100 off 57 balls in England's chase of 179. Australia opener Beth Mooney set up the game with a 70-ball 117. Before Tuesday, only four T20I hundreds were made across 393 women's T20Is. Wyatt's century is the first for England in T20Is, while Mooney's is the highest T20I score in Australia.

1 - Wyatt's century on Tuesday is the only instance of a century being made in the second innings of a women's T20I. Karen Rolton's 96 against England in 2005 was the previous best.

56 - Number of balls Wyatt took to bring up her hundred. This made it the third fastest in Women's T20Is. Deandra Dottin's 38-ball century against South Africa in 2010 is the fastest.

19 Fours scored by Beth Mooney in her innings of 117, Most in an innings across both Men's and Women's T20Is. Previous highest was 18 by Meg Lanning against Ireland in 2014

220 - Mooney's run tally in the series, the most by a batsman in bilateral women's T20I series. Sarah Taylor's tally of 200 against South Africa in 2016 was the previous best.

139 - The stand between Wyatt and Heather Knight, the fifth highest in T20Is and the second highest for England. This is also the highest stand in T20Is in Australia.

Gaurav Sundararaman is a senior stats analyst at ESPNcricinfo