Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo
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2 - Previous instances of a team losing nine wickets in the fourth innings during a draw in women's Tests. New Zealand finished on 203 for 9 in a 228-run chase against England in 1957, while England made 182 for 9 during a 303-run chase in 1986.
245 for 9 - England's second-innings total in Canberra. It is now the highest fourth-innings total in women's Tests, surpassing their previous record of 229 for 5 against India in Wetherby, 1986.
1 - Knight also became the first captain to aggregate 200-plus runs in a women's Test match. Rachael Heyhoe-Flint's 191 runs against Australia (12 and 179) in 1976 were the previous most.
48 - Balls Natalie Sciver needed for her fifty to register the second-fastest known half-century in women's Tests. The fastest was by Sangita Dabir for India (50* off 42 balls) against England in 1995. Dabir's fifty came in only 40 balls as per the official scoresheet of that game.
140.62 - Sophia Dunkley's batting strike rate during her 32-ball 45, the second-highest in a women's Test innings of 30-plus runs (where data is available). The highest is 142.42 by Anya Shrubsole, who scored 47 off 33 against India last year. Dunkley is also only the fourth batter to hit multiple sixes in a women's Test innings (where data is available).