ICC Women's World T20 final - the best Opta facts

We look at the best Opta facts ahead of the Women's World T20 final between England and Australia.

Australia wicketkeeper-batsman, Alyssa Healy.   -  Getty Images

England and Australia will battle it out to be crowned Women's World T20 champion in Saturday's final in Antigua.

Heather Knight's England is seeking a second global title in 15 months, after winning the 50-over World Cup on home soil in 2017, while Australia is through to a fifth successive World T20 final.

We take a look at the best Opta facts relating to the contest.

- Australia has won this competition three times before, while England's only previous World T20 title came in 2009.

- If England wins, it will become only the second team to win the Women's World T20 on multiple occasions, after Australia.

- Australia has won four of the previous six meetings between the sides in this competition, including each of the last three.

- There have been two centurions in T20Is between Australia and England. Beth Mooney (117*) and Danni Wyatt (100) achieved the feat in the same game on November 21, 2017.

- Alyssa Healy has been the standout payer for Australia in the Caribbean. She has picked up 'Player of the Match' awards in four of her five appearances and was absent hurt for most of the game in which she did not win the award.

- Ellyse Perry has 99 T20 international wickets. West Indies' Anisa Mohammed is the only player to have reached 100.

- Perry and England seamer Anya Shrubsole are the leading wicket-takers in Women's World T20 history, with 35 and 33 scalps respectively. Six of Perry's wickets have come in finals, while Shrubsole took 6-46 in her last ICC final as England won last year's World Cup.