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Stats Analysis

From 167 for 0 to 231 all out: a record collapse for India Women

All the stats from India's collapse in the first innings

72.29 - Percentage of contribution of the 167-run partnership between Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana in India's total of 231. Only once a completed innings in women's Tests had a higher percentage contribution from a partnership - 74.11% by Jodie Fields and Rachael Haynes, sharing 229 runs for the sixth wicket during Australia's 309 against England in 2009.
64 - Runs by India between the fall of the first and tenth wicket, their second-worst ten-wicket collapse in women's Tests. India's worst collapse came against West Indies in 1976 when they were bowled out for 65 after a 28-run opening partnership.
20 - Partnership runs for the second to seventh-wicket stands in India's innings, the fewest by them in a women's Test innings. It is also the third-lowest in a women's Test innings for the second to the seventh-wicket stands.
6 - Instances of a team getting bowled out following a century opening stand in women's Tests, including India's collapse in Bristol. There have been only 31 century opening stands in women's Tests. Of those six occasions, India's 231 is the lowest total. The previous lowest was 285 by England against New Zealand in 2004, following an opening partnership of 163.
1 - Number of all-out totals lower than India's 231 after a 150-plus opening stand in Test cricket (men or women). The lowest is 228 by Zimbabwe's men's team after a 164-run opening stand during their second innings against West Indies in 2001.
167 - The opening partnership between Verma and Mandhana, the highest in Tests for India Women and the fourth-highest opening stand in women's Tests. The previous highest for India was 157 between Gargi Banerji and Sandhya Agarwal against Australia in 1984.
8 - Runs collectively scored by India's Nos. 3 to 6 in the first innings, their lowest for those batting positions in a women's Test innings. The eight runs are also the third-fewest in a women's Test innings scored together by the Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 6 batters.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo