West Indies beat Australia by 8 runs to enter the final of the ICC Women's World Cup. Here are the statistical highlights from the match.
# West Indies have recorded their first win in four ODIs against Australia - winning % 25.00 (Lost 3).
# West Indies have qualified for their first ever Women's World Cup final. With their win, New Zealand and England are out of contention for a place in the final.
# Australia have lost their first game in the present competition.Â Both Australia and West Indies have won four and lost one out of five played in the Super Six.
# West Indies (164) have equalled their highest score against Australia in ODIs.Â They had made 164 for seven at Sydney on March 12, 2009 - both World Cup games.
# Deandra Dottin (60) has recorded her tenth fifty in ODIs - her second against Australia.Â She had scored 51 at Sydney on March 12, 2009.
# Dottin's 60 is her highest score in the World Cup - her third fifty in WC.
# Dottin's first Player of the match award against Australia is her fourth in ODIs.
# Juliana Nero is without a fifty in her last eleven innings - her last fifty being 63 against Pakistan at Dhaka on November 26, 2011.
# Nero is averaging just 1.00 in three World Cup games in the present competition - three runs in three innings.
# Megan Schutt (3/50) has produced her second best bowling performance in ODIs, next only to the 3 for 40 against New Zealand at Cuttack on February 5, 2013.
# Schutt (13 wickets at 16.15 runs apiece in six matches) and Anya Shrubsole (13 at 7.23 runs apiece in four) are the top wicket-takers in the present competition.
# Shemaine Campbelle's second duck in ODIs is her first in the World Cup.
# Campbelle could not get going in the present World Cup - her aggregate being 73 in six matches at an average of 12.16.
# Holly Ferling (3/27) has produced her best bowling figures in ODIs, surpassing the 3 for 35 against England at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on February 9. 2013.
# Erin Osborne (9-4-16-2) has produced her best bowling performance against the West Indies in ODIs.
# Osborne's economy rate of 2.88 in the overall World Cup is excellent - her tally being 16 wickets in eleven matches at an average of 17.75.
# Stefanie Taylor, with 309 runs at an average of 51.50 in six matches, is the top run-getter in the present World Cup competition, surpassing New Zealand's Suzie Bates' tally of 307 (ave.76.75) in five games.
# Stefanie has completed 500 runs in the World Cup overall - 504 (ave.38.76) in 13 matches.
# Meg Lanning's first duck in the World Cup is her second in ODIs.
# Shanel Daley (3/22) has produced her best performance in the present World Cup - her best ever being 4 for 29 against Pakistan at Sydney on March 21, 2009.
# In ten World Cup matches between 2009 and 2013, Daley has captured 14 wickets at an average of 21.57.
# Alex Blackwell (45) has recorded her second best performance against the West Indies in the World Cup, next only to the 46 at not out at Sydney on March 12, 2009.
# Rachel Haynes has finished as the leading run-getter for Australia in this competition - 221 at an average of 44.20 in six games.