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Heather Knight joins Rachel Heyhoe-Flint in exclusive club

Her 168* is the highest score by a visiting batter in a women's Test in Australia

168* - Heather Knight's unbeaten score in the first innings is the highest individual score by a visiting batter in Australia in Women's Tests. Smriti Mandhana's 127 during the Pink-ball Test last year was the previous best. Knight's 168 is also the second-highest score in Women's Tests in Australia, behind Ellyse Perry's 213* in Sydney during the 2017 Ashes Test.
1 - There is only one individual score higher than Knight's 168 against Australia in Women's Tests. Rachael Heyhoe-Flint scored 179 against Australia at The Oval in 1976. Knight's 168* is also the fourth-highest individual score in Tests for England Women.
2 - Number of times Knight has made 150 plus in Tests, both those performances came against Australia. Her previous effort came in Wormsley (157) in 2013. She is only the second woman with multiple Test scores of 150-plus runs. Karen Rolton also had two 150-plus scores in this format, both against England Women.
56.56 - Knight's run percentage in her knock in England's total of 297. Only four batters have contributed a higher percentage in a team's all-out total in Women's Tests. It is also the second-highest contribution made for England Women, behind Enid Blackwell's 68.29 against West Indies in 1979, when she scored an unbeaten 112 out of England's 164.
2 - Knight's 168* is the second-highest individual score by a captain in Women's Test cricket. Heyhoe-Flint's 179 against Australia in 1976 remains the highest score by a captain in Women's Tests.
100 - Partnership between Knight and Ecclestone. It's only the third century stand for the ninth wicket in Women's Tests. Beverly Botha and Maureen Payne of South Africa added 107 against New Zealand in 1972, while the Indian debutants Sneh Rana and Taniya Bhatia stitched an unbeaten 104 against England in last year's one-off Test in Bristol.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo