Alyssa Healey created a world record as she scored unbeaten 148 runs off just 61 balls against Sri Lanka in the third and final T20I.
During the toss in the match against Sri Lanka, Australia women's team captain Meg Lanning called in teammate Alyssa Healy to do the honours.
Despite Chamari Athapaththu's record-breaking century, Sri Lanka women suffered a 41-run loss to Australia women in the first T20I of the three-match series at the North Sydney Oval.
Smriti Mandhana scored her 12th ODI fifty and remained unbeaten on 73.
The T20I match will be played to raise funds for stadia in the Caribbean that were damaged by Hurricanes Irma and Mara last year.
Kohli was at his aggressive best in the just-concluded second Test against Sri Lanka as he smashed a strokeful 213 off 267 balls to help India amass a huge first innings total.
Pujara's 52 in India's first innings score of 172 was a classic Test match batting on a tough track.
India took a giant stride towards clinching a semi-final spot with a 16-run victory over Sri Lanka in the ICC Women's World Cup encounter on Wednesday.
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Sri Lanka struck in phases through spinners Dilruwan Perera and skipper Rangana Herath, who grabbed three wickets each, but lacked the cutting edge to deny Bangladesh from celebrating their 100th Test match in style.
India defeated Sri Lanka by 114 runs in the ICC Women's World Cup qualifier.
India posted a modest total of 121 for four in their allotted 20 overs and then managed to restrict Sri Lanka to 69 for nine to maintain their unbeaten run in the tournament so far
Australia's Meg Lanning and Elyse Villani scored an unbeaten 56 and 53 respectively to help Australia ease past Sri Lanka's total with 14 balls to spare.
Mithali Raj was the star performer for India as she hit an unbeaten 51, which included six boundaries.
The Indian women's cricket team posted 130 for six after opting to bat and then managed to restrict Sri Lanka to 96 for seven in 20 overs to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match Twenty20 international series.
Sports ministry spokesman Srilal Gomes said a disciplinary inquiry initiated in November uncovered evidence of "sexual harassment" against women players and a report was submitted on Thursday.
In November 2014, Sri Lanka Cricket appointed an inquiry to perform a preliminary investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by officials around the Sri Lanka women's team, upon a directive made by the country's Sports Minister.