Veteran India fast bowler Jhulan Goswami has become recently the second player after after captain Mithali Raj to make 200 appearances in women's ODIs.

Saturday's World Cup match against Australia is Goswami's 200th of her career. The 39-year-old Jhulan had earlier become the first player to take 250 wickets in women's ODIs.

Mithali is making her 230th ODI appearance. Former England captain Charlotte Edwards previous held the record for most ODI appearances before Mithali and Jhulan went past her.

Goswami had become the highest wicket-taker in Womens' WCs by dismissing Anisa Mohammed in the 36th over of the innings with West Indies chasing a mammoth target of 318 set by India.

The bowler, thus, lead the chart ahead of Fullston (39 wickets), England duo of Carole Hodges (37 wickets) and Claire Taylor (36) and another Australian in Cathryn Fitzpatrick (33).

Against England, Goswami caught Beaumont before stumps to pick her 250th ODI wicket. However, India had bad batting, as the side was bowled out on just 134 in 36.2 overs.

Smriti Mandhana top-scored for the side with 35 runs. Megha Sharma and Jhulan Goswami picked the early wickets for India in England's lowly run-chase.