26 - Consecutive wins for Australia in ODI cricket before losing to India on Sunday. It is the longest winning streak for any team, men's or women's, in ODIs. They went past the record held by the Australia men's team (21) in the series against New Zealand earlier this year. The last ODI Australia had lost was against England in October 2017.

1 - India's successful chase of 265 was the first time they have pulled off a chase of 250-plus in ODIs. Their previous highest ODI chase was 248 against South Africa in 2019 in Vadodara.

265 - It was also the second-highest successful chase for any team against Australia in ODIs. The best remains 276 by New Zealand in 2017, which is also the second-highest chase in women's ODIs overall.

Before this game, no team had chased down a target of 250 or more against Australia in Australia.

17 - Consecutive ODIs won by Australia while defending a target before this game. The last team to chase a target successfully against Australia in ODI cricket were New Zealand in February 2017.

Only once had any team won more consecutive ODIs while defending a target - the Australia women's team again! They had 23 consecutive ODI wins while batting first between 1999 and 2004.

192 - ODIs played by Jhulan Goswami, making her the second-most capped player in women's ODIs, topping the mark of Charlotte Edwards (191). Mithali Raj is firmly on the top with 220 appearances - she has featured in all the 192 ODIs Goswami has played. Goswami marked the occasion with the Player-of-the-Match award.

1 - Woman younger than Shafali Verma to score a fifty in an ODI against Australia. West Indies' Hayley Matthews, at the age of 16, scored fifties in each of her first three ODIs in her debut series against Australia in 2014.

1531 - Runs scored by Australia and India across the three games in this series, the second-most in a three-match women's ODI series. The highest came in 2017 when New Zealand hosted Australia, with a 1603-run aggregate.

3-8 - India's win-loss record in the ODI format in 2021. All the wins have come chasing, and all the losses while batting first.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo