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17-year-old Shefali had scored fifty in both the innings of the test. He scored 96 runs in the first innings and 63 runs in the second innings against England.
The ODI series between India and England is starting from today. The first match will be played in Bristol. India’s strong opener Shefali Verma is going to debut in ODIs from this match. Shefali, who broke many records on debut in Test against England itself, can make many records in this match including a century in Mithali’s first match. 17-year-old Shefali had scored fifty in both the innings of the test. He scored 96 runs in the first innings and 63 runs in the second innings against England. We are telling you about 5 records which Shefali can break…
1. Century on Debut in Women’s ODI
Shefali’s age is currently 17 years 149 days. If she hits a century on debut, she will be the sixth batsman to do so. By age, she will become the third youngest batsman to score a century on debut. Since 2014, no batsman in women’s cricket has scored a century in ODI debut.
2. Second youngest Indian to score a century on debut
From India, 2 women batsmen have scored a century in the debut ODI. It includes Mithali Raj, Reshma Gandhi. If Shefali scores a century, she will be the third Indian to do so. Mithali scored 114 runs in her debut match against Ireland in 1999. Mithali was only 17 years old at that time. Shefali can become the second youngest Indian batsman to do so.
3. Fastest Century in ODIs
Sophie Devine of New Zealand holds the record for the fastest century in ODIs in women’s cricket. He scored a century in 61 balls against Ireland in Dublin in 2018. When Shefali comes out to bat, Mithali’s record will be in danger.
4. Highest Score by an Indian Batsman in ODIs
The highest score by an Indian female batsman in ODIs is 188 runs. Deepti Sharma played this innings against Ireland in 2017. He scored runs in this innings at a strike rate of 117.50. This included 27 fours and 2 sixes. Shefali can break this record.
5. Fastest Half Century in Women’s ODI
Shefali Verma opens for India. She is known for her aggressive batting. They would like to take advantage of the powerplay and distribute as many runs as possible. She can also make the record of fastest half century in ODI debut.
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