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The tri-series between England, India, and Australia started on an unexpected note as India defeated England in the opening match of the series. The contest, however, was a treat to watch for the fans as the match swung both ways before India eventually came on top. The win for India has set the series up beautifully and has left England in a pretty difficult situation. England would want to register a win against the Aussies in their upcoming game as a loss will leave them in a do-or-die situation. The match between Australia Women and England Women is going to be played on 1st February, at Manuka Oval, Canberra. Considering the fact that the Aussies are playing in familiar conditions and have been in superb form, getting past them is certainly not going to be easy for the tourists.
This will be the first International game for the Australians after a highly successful Big Bash League. Ranked number one in the world rankings, Australia will be the team to beat not just in the upcoming match, but also the remaining matches of the tournament to follow.
On paper, Australia are definitely the strongest of the three sides. Besides that, being the home team, all of their players have extensive experience of playing in Aussie conditions and that could be of significant advantage. The dominance of Australian Women in World Cricket is evident by the fact that they have lost only three matches since the beginning of 2018. All of those have come against either India or England, the two teams the Aussies will be up against in this series.
The first game of the series is always a high-pressure game and considering that England have already played a game, the challenge will not be easy for the Aussies as well. Having said that, they have some quality players in their lineup who all can change the game on its head on their day. Considering everything, beating Australia is not going be easy for any team in the ongoing series.
Alyssa Healy, Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning, Ashleigh Gardner, Ellyse Perry, Rachael Haynes, Jess Jonassen, Delissa Kimmince, Annabel Sutherland, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt.
Considering what happened in the first match, England could attribute the blame of their loss to their luck, but it would be safe to say that they didn't play to their potential. Barring Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, and Tammy Beaumont their batting looked out of sorts as they ended with with an under par total of 147 while batting first.
Knight, who scored 67 off 44 deliveries, was dropped twice in her innings and made full use of that drop and took England to a respectable score. She got assistance from the likes of Tammy Beaumont and Natalie Sciver in the middle overs, but early loss of wickets at the top never allowed England to run away with the run-rate. In the middle overs, when England looked down and out with a score of 59 for 4 on the board, Tammy Beaumont and Heather Knight combined to add 69 runs in just seven overs and brought their side back into the match. However, after their dismissal, England could add only 11 runs in the final two overs and that proved to be one of the game-changing moments of the match.
It was a tricky total to chase down for India and they needed to start well. England picked the important wicket of Smriti Mandhana early in the chase, but the partnership between Shafali Verma and Jemimah Rodriques kept India motoring along in the chase. With a couple of quick wickets, England bounced back in teh death overs as India needed 25 off the final three overs and not much batting left. Harmanpreet Kaur kept her composure and took India to a win with three balls to spare and five wickets in hand.
While England had to work hard in their first match, there were a few positives for them as well. Heather Knight and Tammy Beaumont looked good in the middle and their bowlers fought hard despite not having a tall total on the board. England will not have much time to ponder upon and address the problems they had in the first match, but we still expect them to put up a much better performance on Saturday.
Amy Ellen Jones, Danielle Wyatt, Natalie Sciver, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Lauren Winfield, Freya Davies, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn.
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A win for Australia in this upcoming match will make the matter extremely difficult for England. They'll move to the bottom of the table if they fail to win the upcoming encounter. Australia, on the other hand, will want to begin their campaign on a winning note here. England will be a little down on confidence as their top-order didn't look in particularly good form in the opening encounter. Australians, on the other hand, have the advantage of playing at home and will be upbeat going into their first encounter. Considering that as well as the compositions of the two sides on paper, we think that betting on an Australian win will be the way to go in this all-important encounter.
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