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After a heart-wrenching defeat against the Indian Women, Australia Women showed remarkable improvement and thrashed Sri Lanka in their second encounter of the tournament. In recent times, they do not seem to be as confident as they looked before facing the defeats that they have, and they would like to reassert their dominance not just in the tournament, but in World Cup. They can no longer afford to lose any game in the competition and are expected to come out all guns blazing. Up against them in the next match are Bangladesh Women, who are coming off a defeat at the hands of India. Although Bangladesh aren't known to be an as good side in Women's Cricket as they are in Men's cricket, they have the potential to cause an upset on their day. Beating Australia is certainly a steep ask for any team, let alone Bangladesh, and it is not going to easy for them in this match as well. The match between the two sides is to be played on 27th February at Manuka Oval, Canberra.
Going in to play their match against Sri Lanka, there were plenty of doubts over Australia's form in white-ball cricket. They were beaten by India in their first match of the series and desperately needed a win. The Meg Lanning led side came in all guns blazing against the Lankans and bounced back into the contention with a much needed win.
As it stands now, they are placed at the third spot on the ladder with a net run-rate of -0.325. While their match against New Zealand would be a make-or-break match for them, they would need to win other games as well to have a shot at progressing to the next round.
Against Sri Lanka, they batted sensibly after being on the mat once again. Chasing a total of 122, they lost Alyssa Healy, Beth Mooney, and Ashleigh Gardner inside the first six overs. Just when they were staring at another straight defeat, Rachel Haynes and Meg Lanning came to their rescue as they strung together a brilliant 85-run partnership. Even though they lost the wickets of Rachel Haynes and Nicole Carey in quick succession thereafter, there wasn't much left to chase down as they eventually sealed the deal with five wickets in hand and three balls to spare.
While they were far from their best with the bat, there bowling was spot on. Megan Schutt and Elysse Perry were brilliant upfront and didn't allow Sri Lankan openers to get going. Nicole Carey and Molly Strano made in-roads into Sri Lankan lineup just when Sri Lankans were looking to launch an attack. Molly Strano bowled a costly 19th over, but still returned with impressive figures of 23 for 2 in her four overs. Carey was impressive as well and she picked up two wickets for 18 runs.
Alyssa Healy, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Meg Lanning, Ellyse Perry, Rachael Haynes, Annabel Sutherland, Nicola Carey, Georgia Wareham, Jess Jonassen, Megan Schutt.
Although Bangladesh Women were never in contention to qualify for the next round, they were expected to leave at least some impression in the tournament. They got off to a poor start with a loss against Indian Women, but considering the form the Indians are in, there isn't much that can be derived from Bangladesh's loss in the first match.
Chasing a total of 142 on a tricky surface, Bangladesh never looked in contention to chase the total down. They lost Shamima Sultana early in the chase and Sanjida Islam followed her back to the pavilion. Murshida Khan and Nigar Sultana did well to revive their chase, but with required run-rate creeping up and not many wickets in hand, Bangladesh were left to do too much at the end. They also lost wickets in heaps and that didn't help their cause.
Earlier with the ball, Bangladesh did pretty well to keep Indians to just 142. Salma Khatun and Panna Ghosh returned with identical figures 2 for 25 each in four overs. Their spinners were excellent in the middle overs and will be looking to do a similar job in Canberra as well.
Shamima Sultana, Murshida Khatun, Sanjida Islam, Nigar Sultana, Fargana Hoque, Rumana Ahmed, Fahima Khatun, Jahanara Alam, Salma Khatun, Nahida Akter, Khadija Tul Kubra.
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Going by the perception of the strength of the two sides, this match appears to be a mismatch. In the ICC World Rankings, Australia are at the numero uno position whereas Bangladesh are nowhere near the top. Beating Australia in Australia is always a difficult ask and it isn't going to be easy either. There is a daylight of the difference between the two sides and Australia are clearly ahead. Despite the fact that Australia are not in best touch at the moment, they are a better side on all accounts and, therefore, the team to bet on in the upcoming encounter.
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