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Cricket returned to Australia with a well-fought series played between Australia Women and New Zealand Women. Australia Women won the series 2-1, but the Kiwis would be content with the result as well. Kiwis won the last T20I match and will now come out with a renewed belief in the upcoming ODI series. The first match of the series is to be played at Allan Border Field, on 3rd October 2020. Although Australia is a stronger team on paper, New Zealand is coming with a newfound confidence from their recent win. Both teams will fancy their chances and a cracker of a contest is certainly on the cards.
Australian Women will be although be content with the way they performed in the T20I series, they would not be happy. They were 2-0 ahead in the series and looked invincible, but a complacent show in the last match of the series cost them their winning streak, which ended after 13 consecutive wins.
On paper, Australian Women have a side that is second to none. However, their on-field display in the third T20I was substandard. There is no doubt that the surface was difficult to bat on, but Australian batsmen never looked to play responsibly against a measured Kiwi bowling attack. By the time the Aussies realized that they have been a little too irresponsible with the bat, it was too late.
Batting first, Australia could post a total of only 123 runs. While six of their nine batsmen that batted scored in double figures, none of them took the trouble of battling through. Ashleigh Gardner top-scored for them with a well-made 29 that came in 21 deliveries. It was only the partnership between Molineux and Gardner that helped Australia post a fighting total, but that didn't prove to be enough.
Overall in the T20I series, Australian bowlers bowled brilliantly. It was turning out to be the case in the third T20I as well, but a splendid performance by the Kiwi lower-order stole the show. Eventually, the poor performance with the bat came back to bite them at the fag end of the match. Georgia Wareham was the pick of their bowlers as she picked up 2 wickets for 19 runs in her 3 overs. Jess Jonassen and Delissa Kimmince bagged a wicket each.
Australian Women have a fantastic combination, but the execution is going to matter in the opening match. Although they will have the confidence of the series win behind them, the loss in the third T20I could have a stinging effect. Having said that, the loss might just be the wake-up call that the Aussies need.
With Elysse Perry already out of the side, Kimmince getting injured is certainly a huge blow to the Aussies. She picked up six wickets in the T20I series and was one of the best bowlers in the series. However, the Aussies have decent bench strength, especially in the pace department, and Kimmince's absence is unlikely to matter much. All in all, despite their two players missing, Australia are a side with fantastic balance, and beating them is not going to be easy in the upcoming contest.
Alyssa Healy, Rachael Haynes, Meg Lanning, Beth Mooney, Sophie Molineux, Ashleigh Gardner, Annabel Sutherland, Nicola Carey, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt.
New Zealand Women scripted an inspiring win over the Aussie Women to mark the conclusion of the T20I series. It was New Zealand's first win against their arch-rivals since 2017 and would have pumped the team with a lot of confidence.
While New Zealand didn't play bad cricket in the T20I series, their performance certainly appeared to be a notch lower than Australia's, barring in the last match. The last match, in fact, was mostly about Amelia Kerr's performance as she delivered in both departments of the game to gift her side an important win. Coming into the third match, their bowling had already been doing well and another splendid performance by the bowlers set the game up beautifully for their batsmen.
Chasing a total of 123, the Kiwi batsmen looked determined, which was evident by Sophie Devine's gritty knock at the top. The Kiwis kept losing wickets at consistent intervals, but a nifty little cameo from Amy Satterthwaite and Katey Martin each took the Blacks Caps right at the doorstep of the win before Kerr sealed the deal. Satterthwaite top-scored for the Kiwis with a 25-ball 30 and was involved in a useful 52-run partnership before Martin perished after scoring 23. Kerr took over thereafter and smashed 18 runs off just 10 deliveries as New Zealand won the match with five wickets in hand and three balls to spare.
New Zealand have a decent side on paper and that was evident in the warm-up fixture as well. Even though Australia ended on top in the warm-up match that was played before the T20s, New Zealand gave them a tough fight. Sophie Devine, Suzie Bates, and Amy Satterthwaite have tons of experience behind them and that could come in handy in this series. Additionally, their bowlers will be brimming with confidence after a decent show in the T20s. New Zealand is a strong team on paper and if the players can play to their potential, beating New Zealand will not be easy for the Kiwis.
Suzie Bates, Natalie Dodd, Amy Satterthwaite, Sophie Devine, Katey Martin, Amelia Kerr, Katie Perkins, Maddy Green, Hayley Jensen, Rosemary Mair, Lea Tahuhu.
It is a day game and dew is not to have any impact whatsoever. Also, it will not be an easy surface to chase on as it is likely to get slower with the passage of time. Keeping those factors into consideration, the captain winning the toss should elect to bat first.
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The proceedings of three T20Is recently played at this venue all told a certain story - that batting here is not going to be easy. The ball did not come onto the bat in the T20 matches and hitting through the line proved to be difficult. With dun beating down heavily over the last two days and the same weather likely to prevail on the mstch day as well, batting will get difficult with every passing over. Considering that, the team batting first should feel pretty content if they manage to score anything over 230.
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Never do the Aussies like to lose against the Kiwis and vice-versa is true as well. Barring in the third match, Australia were better in the T20I series and would want to put their best foot forward in the upcoming match. New Zealand, on the other hand, showcased what they are capable of with a brilliant performance in the third match of the series. One thing is certain, though. Any rustiness that either of the two teams would have had will no longer be there. Australian Women enjoy a terrific record over their neighbors and would be desperate to bounce back to the winning ways. Also, despite the absence of Perry and Kimmince, they have an immaculately balanced team, and are, therefore, our pick to win the 1st ODI of the series.
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