7/1 - England's win-loss record in the tournament, the best among all teams. No other team has won more than six, or lost fewer than two. India have won six and lost two - to Australia and South Africa. However, when the two teams met in the group stage, on the first day of the tournament, India won by 35 runs.
5.79 - England's run rate, the best among all teams. India's run rate of 4.72 is fifth among the eight teams, after Australia (5.41), New Zealand (5.14) and South Africa (4.91). The two highest totals in the tournament belong to England: 377 for 7 against Pakistan, and 373 for 5 against South Africa; no other team has scored more than 305 in this World Cup. India's highest is 281, against England and in the semi-final against Australia.
66 - Wickets taken by India in the tournament, only one fewer than tournament leaders Australia. India's bowling average of 23.37 runs per wicket is also second-best, after South Africa's 22.55. England's wickets tally of 56 ranks fourth, while their bowling average of 30.50 is fifth. In terms of economy rate, India's 4.45 is marginally better than England's 4.54.
41 - Wickets for India's spinners, easily the highest among all teams. Australia are next with 32. England's spinners have taken 28 wickets in the tournament. Their seamers have taken 23 wickets, six more than India's, though the Indian seamers have a better average. For India, three bowlers - Deepti Sharma, Ekta Bisht, and Poonam Yadav - have taken more than eight wickets, while England's leading wicket-takers, Alex Hartley and Heather Knight, have taken eight each.
3 - England batsmen who have scored 350-plus runs in this World Cup - Tammy Beaumont (387), Heather Knight (363), and Sarah Taylor (351). Only three batsmen from all other teams have reached this mark, while India's only representative in this club is Mithali Raj, who is the second-highest run-scorer in the tournament with 392. Overall, England have scored 2186 runs in the tournament to India's 1798.
1103 - Runs scored by England's Nos. 3-5, at an average of 55.15 and a strike rate of 99.45. Among them, they have scored four hundreds and five fifties in 24 innings. The next-highest aggregate by a team for these positions is 908 by Australia, while India are third with 904, at an average of 45.20 and a strike rate of 74.34. Of the nine hundreds scored at these positions in this World Cup, four are by England, and two by India.
51 - Runs added by India's opening pair of Smriti Mandhana and Punam Raut, since their 144-run stand in the first game against England. Since that match, the opening partnerships have been 0, 7, 21, 4, 9, 10. England's opening partnerships have been far more consistent, with five 30-plus stands in eight innings, though the highest is only 59.
1/2 - India's win-loss record in this tournament when not playing in Derby: they beat West Indies by seven wickets in Taunton, but lost to South Africa by 115 runs in Leicester, and to Australia by eight wickets in Bristol. In Derby, India have a perfect 5-0 record.
2/2 England's record in the finals of the Women's World Cup - they lost twice to Australia in 1982 and 1988, but then beat New Zealand in 1993 and 2009. This is India's second appearance in the final: in 2005, they lost to Australia by 98 runs in Centurion. Australia have the best record in World Cup finals, winning five and losing just one.