0 Women’s Test matches won by India against Australia (5 draws, 4 defeats). India’s records against other nations read 2-1 against England, 2-0 against South Africa, 1-1 against West Indies, and 0-0 against New Zealand.
0 Test matches at Carrara Oval so far. The only international match played here was a Men's T20I, between Australia and South Africa in 2018/19.
4 matches won by Australia against India (5 draws). Australia’s records against other nations read 12-9 against England, 4-1 against New Zealand, and 0-0 against West Indies.
4 uncapped cricketers in the Indian camp – Yastika Bhatia, Richa Ghosh, Meghna Singh, and Jemimah Rodrigues. They may add to their list of 88 Test cricketers.
11 uncapped cricketers in the Australian camp – Maitlan Brown, Darcie Brown, Stella Campbell, Nicola Carey, Hannah Darlington, Georgia Redmayne, Molly Strano, Annabel Sutherland, and Georgia Wareham. They may add to their list of 176 Test cricketers.
20 wins for Australia (out of 74), the joint most. England have won 20 Test matches as well (out of 96). India are third, with 5 wins.
23 wickets for Diana Edulji, the most in India-Australia Test matches. For Australia, Lyn Fullston (20) has the most.
41 wickets for Jhulan Goswami. She needs 1 wicket to go past Neetu David (41), and even has a chance of making it to 50. Among Indians, only Edulji (63) and Shubhangi Kulkarni (60) have reached there.
430 runs for Sandhya Agarwal, the most in India-Australia Test matches. For Australia, Peta Verco (393) has the most.
669 runs for Mithali Raj. She needs 32 to go past Kulkarni (700) and 82 to go past Shantha Rangaswamy. Among Indians, only Agarwal (1,110) has more runs.