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Stats Analysis

Australia's 17th successful ODI chase in a row, Meg Lanning-Ellyse Perry dominance

Australia completed the highest successful chase in the Women's World Cup

278 Target chased by Australia in Auckland, the highest successful chase in the Women's World Cup. The previous highest target chase was also by Australia when they chased down 258 against Sri Lanka in 2017.
2 Number of targets successfully chased in Women's ODIs, higher than the 278-run chase by Australia on Saturday. Australia chased down 289 against New Zealand in 2012, while New Zealand had successfully chased 280 during the home series against India last month.
17 Successful ODI chases for Australia in succession since losing to England at Coffs Harbour in 2017. It is the joint-longest streak while chasing in ODIs (men or women). Australia women are now level with India men's 17 consecutive wins in ODI chases between 2005 and 2006.
63.76 Batting average of Meg Lanning in ODI chases, the highest for any player in Women's ODIs with 500-plus runs while chasing. Lanning's 20 fifty-plus scores are also the third highest for any player in Women's ODI chases.
9 Number of century partnerships between Lanning and Ellyse Perry in the ODI format, the joint-second most by any pair in Women's ODIs. Belinda Clark and Lisa Keightley are on top of the list with ten 100-run stands, while Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite also have nine such partnerships. Lanning and Perry also became only the sixth pair with 2000-plus runs in Women's ODIs.
161.62 Partnership average of Lanning and Perry in ODI chases. The pair has had 12 fifty-plus partnerships in 14 ODI chases, including six 100-run stands. Only Lizelle Lee and Laura Wolvaardt have more fifty-plus stands (13) and century partnerships (7) in Women's ODI chases than the Australian pair.
46 Runs scored by Lanning through the cut shot during her 97-run knock. Lanning played the cut 29 times, without getting out against India, of which nine were boundaries. Lanning did get out while playing the cut in each of Australia's first four matches of this tournament.
3 Century stands by India and Australia during Saturday's fixture, the first instance of three 100-run stands in a Women's World Cup match. Auckland also became the host to only the second Women's World Cup game with five fifty-plus scores.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo