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Stats - England and Australia produce 608 runs, the third-highest aggregate in Women's ODIs

ESPNcricinfo brings you all the statistical highlights from a run-fest in Hamilton

Nat Sciver batted out of her skin, Australia v England, Women's World Cup, March 5, 2022

All four of Natalie Sciver's tons have come while batting at No.4 or lower  •  Getty Images

1 Number of totals while chasing in Women's ODIs, higher than England's 298 for 8 on Saturday. The highest total is 305 for 9 by South Africa in an unsuccessful attempt to chase 374 against England during the 2017 World Cup.
608 Runs scored in this match by Australia and England in Hamilton, the third-highest aggregate in a Women's ODI. The 2017 World Cup game between England and South Africa aggregated 678 runs, while 635 runs were scored in the 2018 Dublin ODI between New Zealand and Ireland, courtesy of New Zealand's 491 for 4.
310 for 3 Australia's total in this match, their second-highest total in the Women's World Cup. Only once before have they breached the 300-run mark at the World Cup, when they scored 412 for 3 against Denmark in 1997. The 310 runs scored by Australia is also the highest ODI total against England women, surpassing South Africa's 305 for 9 in 2017.
1 England's 298 is also the highest total against Australia in ODIs, going past New Zealand's 288 for six in 2012 in Sydney. New Zealand also ended up on the losing side in that game as Australia chased it down with 20 balls to spare.
130 Rachael Haynes' score in this match, her highest in ODIs. It is also the second-highest individual score by any player against England in this format, behind the 148* by Belinda Clark in 2000 in Newcastle.
4 ODI centuries by Natalie Sciver. All four of her tons have come while batting at No.4 and lower, the most by a player in Women's ODIs. Harmanpreet Kaur (3) and Stafanie Taylor (2) are the other batters with multiple ODI hundreds while batting at No.4 and lower.
79 Balls Sciver needed for her century, the third-fastest for England in Women's ODIs (where recorded). The fastest came off 70 balls by Charlotte Edwards against New Zealand in 2012, while Sciver scored a 76-ball hundred against Pakistan in the 2017 World Cup. Overall, Sciver's knock is also the fifth-fastest recorded hundred in the Women's World Cup.
77 Runs conceded by Sophie Ecclestone in her ten overs. Only Melissa Reynard conceded more than Ecclestone in a Women's ODI for England - 78 runs against Australia in 2000.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo