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IN PICS: Australia's record streak of 21* wins in WODIs

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  • After their victory over New Zealand in the third and final match on 7 October, Australia claimed a record 21 ODI wins on the trot
    After their victory over New Zealand in the third and final match on 7 October, Australia claimed a record 21 ODI wins on the trot
  • Their last loss in the format came against England back in October 2017
    Their last loss in the format came against England back in October 2017
  • Since then, they have won 21 straight ODIs, equalling the record set by Ricky Ponting and his side in 2003. Let us look at some highlights from this winning streak.
    Since then, they have won 21 straight ODIs, equalling the record set by Ricky Ponting and his side in 2003. Let us look at some highlights from this winning streak.
  • The record includes 3-0 series sweeps against India, Pakistan, England, West Indies, Sri Lanka, and New Zealand (twice)
    The record includes 3-0 series sweeps against India, Pakistan, England, West Indies, Sri Lanka, and New Zealand (twice)
  • Highest margin of victory (runs): A 232-run victory over New Zealand on 7 October 2020
    Highest margin of victory (runs): A 232-run victory over New Zealand on 7 October 2020
  • Highest margin of victory (wickets): A nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in Brisbane on 9 October 2019
    Highest margin of victory (wickets): A nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in Brisbane on 9 October 2019
  • Leading run-scorer: Alyssa Healy (1132 runs at 56.60, three centuries and seven half-centuries)
    Leading run-scorer: Alyssa Healy (1132 runs at 56.60, three centuries and seven half-centuries)
  • Leading wicket-taker: Jess Jonassen (39 wickets at 12.64, four four-wicket hauls and one five-wicket haul)
    Leading wicket-taker: Jess Jonassen (39 wickets at 12.64, four four-wicket hauls and one five-wicket haul)
  • Four players featured in all 21 wins: Rachael Haynes, Alyssa Healy, Ashleigh Gardner and Beth Mooney
    Four players featured in all 21 wins: Rachael Haynes, Alyssa Healy, Ashleigh Gardner and Beth Mooney
  • Meg Lanning skippered in 19 games, while Rachael Haynes took over the reins twice – against West Indies and New Zealand
    Meg Lanning skippered in 19 games, while Rachael Haynes took over the reins twice – against West Indies and New Zealand
  • Meg Lanning became the No.1 batter on the MRF Tyres ICC Women's ODI Player Rankings after the 3-0 win against New Zealand in October 2020
    Meg Lanning became the No.1 batter on the MRF Tyres ICC Women's ODI Player Rankings after the 3-0 win against New Zealand in October 2020