Australia eves' 9-wicket win over Sri Lanka: Statistical highlights

Australia women's beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets on Sunday to make the final of the ICC Women's World Cup for the eight time.

updated: February 10, 2013 18:31 IST
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Here are few of the statistical highlights from the game:

# Australia have won all three World Cup games against Sri Lanka - all by big margins - by 200 runs at Christchurch on December 1, 2000; by 8 wickets at Pretoria on March 30, 2005 and by 9 wickets at Mumbai on February 10, 2013.

# Australia have qualified to their eighth World Cup final.

# Australia enjoy winning% of 88.19 - 63 wins, eight defeats, tied one and no-result two) out of 74 games in the World Cup.

# Sri Lanka (131) have recorded their third lowest total against Australia in the World Cup - the lowest being 57 at Pretoria on March 30, 2005.

# Erin Osborne (10-6-9-3) has produced a career-best bowling performance in ODIs.

# Osborne has received her first ever Player of the match award in ODIs.

# Deepika Rasangika (43) has recorded her second highest score in the World Cup, next only to the 84 against India at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on February 5, 2013.

# Rasangika, with 184 runs at an average of 36.80 in five matches, is the top run-getter for Sri Lanka in the present competition.

# Megan Schutt (2/34) has produced her second best bowling performance in the World Cup/ODIs, next only to the 3 for 40 against New Zealand at Cuttack on February 5,2013.

# Schutt has become the first Australian bowler to take 10 wickets in the present competition at 16.00 runs apiece in five matches. Her tally is bettered only by two English bowlers - Anya Shrubsole (13) and Katherine Brunt (10).

# Rachel Haynes (71 not out) has recorded her second highest score in the World Cup, next only to the 83 against South Africa at Cuttack on February 3, 2013.

# Haynes' second fifty in the World Cup is her fifth in ODIs.

# Haynes is the first Australian and the third player to manage 200 runs (ave.50.00) in five matches in the present competition - the top run-scorers being Suzie Bates' 277 (ave.92.33) in four games and Stafanie Taylor's 255 (ave.63.75) in four games.