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Stats Analysis

Stats - Harris and Ecclestone rewrite record books at the close

Kim Garth's 5 for 36 became only the second five-for in a women's T20 league game to end up on the losing side

Grace Harris and Sophie Ecclestone laughed their way to a match-winning unbeaten stand of 70  •  BCCI

Grace Harris and Sophie Ecclestone laughed their way to a match-winning unbeaten stand of 70  •  BCCI

63 - Target runs scored by UP Warriorz in the last four overs against Gujarat Giants. That's the most successfully chased by any team in the death overs (17-20) of a match in the major women's T20 leagues.
The previous highest was 61 by Sydney Sixers against Brisbane Heat during the 2022-23 WBBL. Sophie Ecclestone, who was part of Sunday's heist with Grace Harris, scored an unbeaten 47 during the Sixers' chase.
0 - Previous instances of a team successfully chasing down 50-plus runs in the final three overs in a women's T20 league match. Warriorz required 53 runs at the start of the 18th over, which is ten more than the previous highest chase of 43 by Western Storm against Surrey Stars in the 2016 Women's Cricket Super League (WCSL).
19 - Runs needed for Warriorz in the final over, which they pulled off, making it the second-highest target successfully reached in the 20th over of a women's T20 league game. The highest was 23, by Melbourne Stars against Melbourne Renegades in the 2022-23 WBBL. Annabel Sutherland, who bowled the decisive over on Sunday, hit three sixes in the effort by Stars.
70 - Partnership between Harris and Ecclestone, the highest for the eighth (or lower) wicket in a women's T20 league game. The previous highest was 69 between Thea Brookes and Paige Scholfield for Loughborough Lightning against Lancashire Thunder, again in the WCSL, in 2016.
87 - Runs scored by Warriorz after losing their sixth wicket, the highest by a team in a successful chase in women's T20 leagues. The 87 runs by Warriorz were also the second-highest in an innings after the fall of the sixth wicket, behind the 98 by Adelaide Strikers against Sixers in the 2017-18 WBBL.
5 for 36 - Kim Garth's bowling figures for Giants on Sunday. It was only the second five-wicket haul to end up on the losing side in a women's T20 league match. Radha Yadav had returns of 5 for 16 for Supernovas against Trailblazers in the final of the 2020 Women's T20 Challenge.
*Major Women's T20 leagues include WBBL, WCSL, Women's T20 Challenge, The Hundred, WCPL and WPL.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo