Stats highlights from Australia's record-breaking victory against New Zealand in Brisbane.
21* - Consecutive wins for Australia in ODIs, the longest streak in women's ODIs and joint-longest in all ODIs along with the men's streak of 21 wins in 2003. The team's current streak began in 2018, which includes seven consecutive 3-0 bilateral series wins. Three of those were home series while the other four were away.
1.44 - Ratio of Australia's scoring rate (5.62) and bowling economy (3.91) in their 21-win streak. On comparison, during Australia Men's streak of 21 wins in 2003 their ratio of run rate scored and conceded was 1.24.
2.17 - Ratio of batting average and bowling average for Australia in this streak. The men's team also had a similar ratio - 2.19 - during their record streak. However, the women have scored more centuries and taken more four-wicket hauls than the men in their respective streaks.
1131 - Runs scored by Alyssa Healy during this 21-match streak, the most among all batters. She has scored those runs at an average of 56.60 and strike-rate of 108.74. She has hit three centuries, seven fifties and struck the most sixes (17). Ellyse Perry (60.90) and Meg Lanning (57.13) are also averaging above 50, while Ashleigh Gardner has a strike-rate of 123.84.
39 - Wickets by Jess Jonassen in 18 matches during this streak, the most from the team. She has an average of 12.64 and economy of 3.35. Megan Schutt (30 wickets at 19.56) and Perry (26 wickets at 18.80) are the others with bowling averages less than 20. Jonassen has also picked up four four-wicket hauls and a five-for during this run.
6 - Wins for Australia by a margin of 150 or more runs in this period. They also have five wins by a margin of seven or more wickets. Of the 21 wins, only two were close ones - by five runs against New Zealand in Perth and by two wickets against England in Leicester. For comparison, the men's team had five close wins during their streak, and just one win by over 150 runs.
5 - Number of 300-plus scores by Australia in their 21-matches streak. Only once did the opposition team score over 250 against Australia in this period - New Zealand managed 252 for 9 in the second match of the recent series. The men's team had made four 300-plus totals in their streak in 2003 and only once did their opponents post above 250.