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There couldn't have been a better week than the ongoing one for the T20 Cricket enthusiasts in the world. After India managed to prevail over New Zealand in two consective matches that went down to the super-over, England Women edged Australia to seal a super-over win. The win for England opened up the series beautifully as Australia now sit at the bottom of the table after starting as favorites to win the title. Australians have a huge challenge to climb in their upcoming fixture as they face India who defeated England in the first match of the triangular series. The series has just one leg to go after this one and a win for India here will seal a playoff spot for them. A loss, however, will bring all the teams back to where they started from.
Although Australia fought hard in the first match and came back from behind to take the match into the super-over, they looked like a mere shadow of what they are known to be. With 40 runs required to win in the final three overs and not many wickets in hand, most of the teams in Women's circuit would have quit, but not Australia.
Annabel Sutherland and Delissa Kimmince combined to play blinder of innings each and scored 39 runs in total to take the game to a tie-breaker. However, Australia failed to contain England in the super-over and eventually lost the match as well as two important points.
For most part of the game, the Aussies looked right on the top. A superb innings by Heather Knight, however, pushed Australians on the backfoot and they could never recover from there. Australia looked good in the power-play overs as Beth Mooney got them off to a stupendous start, but the key dismissal of Alyssa Healy triggered a collapse that proved to be too much to handle for the hosts. Beth Mooney was the pick of their batsmen as she played a free-flowing knock, scoring 65 runs in total.
On paper, Australia still have a pretty good unit, arguably the best among the three teams. The likes of Beth Mooney, Elysse Perry, and Alyssa Healy can deal with even the best bowling attack on their day and the depth of their batting unit was apparent in their previous outing. They have a strong and versatile bowling attack. Given the strengths Australia have, beating them is going to take some work, even for the high-flying Indian team.
Ashleigh Gardner, Beth Mooney, Nicola Carey, Tayla Vlaeminck, Ellyse Perry, Rachael Haynes, Jess Jonassen, Annabel Sutherland, Georgia Wareham, Alyssa Healy, Megan Schutt.
Before the series began, not many would have expected India to be at the top of the table after the conclusion of first two game. Thanks to some exciting performances by their young guns and measured knock by their skipper, they are there at the top and will be looking to maintain their supremacy at the ladder with a win in the upcoming contest as well.
Chasing a total of 147 against English women in the opening game of the series, Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana got India off to a quick start, but lost Mandhana in the process. Jemimah Rodriques and Shafali Verma kept India motoring, but were both dismissed in quick succession, leaving India in a spot of bother. Harmanpreet Kaur, India's skipper, then took charge of the situation as she held the game by the scruff of its neck and guided India to a comfortable win. India knocked off England's total with three balls to spare and five wickets in hand as Harmanpreet Kaur finished the game with a six.
Earlier with the ball, the Indians were pretty impressive. They kept on picking up wickets at regular intervals and never allowed English batsmen to break the shackles. Their fielding, however, came under the scanner as the fielders provided Heather Knight with two chances, which could have proved costly at the end. In the first match, India looked a complete unit and will be taking the confidence of their win in the upcoming match as well. Even though they will be motivated by their strong win, beating Australia in their own backyard is not going to be easy.
Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur, Veda Krishnamurthy, Taniya Bhatia, Deepti Sharma, Shikha Pandey, Arundhati Reddy, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Radha Yadav.
A win for India will make things easier for England as well. However, an Australian win here will push all the teams back to the square one, separating them only on net run-rate. India are coming off a superb performance in their previous encounter and will go in with high confidence. Both their bowlers as well as their batsmen did well and could present a tough challenge to the hosts. Having said that, the Australians looked to be only a shadow of themselves and are expected to come back harder and stronger. Their T20I stalwarts didn't fire and they still managed to salvage a tie after being in a position of no-return. Considering that the Aussies have the advantage of playing at home and a better-balanced side, at least on paper, they are firm favorites to emerge on top in the upcoming encounter.
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