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New Zealand Women will be disappointed - not only because of the defeat but also because of the manner the defeat came in. They failed to even put up a solid fight against the hosts and are now staring at a difficult second match of the series. Australian Women, on the other hand, would be jubilant after bouncing back to the winning ways, albeit with a change in format. New Zealand isn't a team that can be kept quiet for long and as seen in the T20I series, a comeback may be on the cards. We expect the second ODI of the series to be a lot closer than the first one. The two teams will meet to play the second match of the series at Allan Border Field, Brisbane, on 5th October 2020
With that win in the first ODI, Australia extended their winning streak to 19, which is already a record. They'll be looking to extend it further and wrap up the series 2-0 with a win in this upcoming contest as well.
Australia Women were brilliant in the first match and showed their class in all three departments of the game. Opting to field after winning the toss, Australian Women started well with Megan Schutt picking up Natalie Dodd and Satterthwaite to leave Kiwis struggling inside the powerplay. Although there was a brief fightback from the Kiwis soon after the powerplay, Australian Women never lost their control on the match and clawed back with four wickets in quick succession. Eventually, they restricted the Kiwis for a total of 180, which proved to be too little to challenge the Aussies.
The Aussies adopted the aggressive route to overhaul New Zealand's total and were mighty successful with that approach. Although they lost Alyssa Healy, Rachel Haynes, and Beth Mooney before they got across the line, it was a clinical victory nonetheless. Meg Lanning was their best batsman, scoring 70-ball 62 as Australia won the match with 98 balls remaining and 7 wickets in hand.
Australia's performance in the first match as nothing short of clinical and they'll be looking to take the momentum into the second ODI. It was astonishing to see the hosts plugging all their gaps so quickly after they faced an embarrassing loss in the final match of the T20I series. They were flawless in the first ODI and given that they'll come out all guns blazing yet again, beating them is going to take a lot of effort.
Rachael Haynes, Alyssa Healy, Meg Lanning, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Sophie Molineux, Annabel Sutherland, Nicola Carey, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt.
Contrary to what their fans would have asked for, New Zealand failed to carry the momentum of a win in the final T20 to the ODI series. Despite having played a reasonably good amount of cricket after a long break, the Kiwis once again looked rusty and unsettled and were outplayed in all three departments of the game.
They were put in to bat on a reasonably good surface, but their openers failed to capitalize despite getting set. Nodd and Bates got starts as they scored 19 and 14 respectively, but they both lost their wickets due to lapse in concentration. They were quickly reduced to 83 for 6 and were staring at a sub-hundred total before Katie Perkins and Maddy Green got their side out of the hole. However, their 62-run stand proved to be too little too late as Australia didn't find New Zealand's eventual 180-run total intimidating at all.
In fact, New Zealand's bowlers were all over the place and leaked runs with too many easy deliveries right throughout the second innings. Barring Rosemary Mair, who returned with excellent figures of 21 for 2 in her 7 overs, none of the Black Caps' bowlers looked in rhythm. They gave away 15 extras in just 34 overs, which didn't help their cause.
New Zealand Women were all out of sorts in the first ODI of the series and have plenty to fix before the second ODI begins. Despite a major win in the T20Is, their bowlers looked uninspired and batsmen didn't appear to be understanding their responsibility. There were a few brilliant contributions in both departments of the game, but they were too far too few. Just like they did in the final T20I, New Zealand would have to play out of their skins to challenge this mighty Aussie side and if they manage to do that, it won't be surprising if they actually end up winning the upcoming contest.
Update: Suzie Bates is ruled of the two remaining matches due to the shoulder injury she sustained in the first ODI. With an experience of over 100 matches behind her, Bates is one of the most experienced Kiwi batsmen and her loss certainty renders the already struggling batting lineup of New Zealand Women a lot more fragile. This is a huge setback for New Zealand Women.
Sophie Devine, Natalie Dodd, Amy Satterthwaite, Amelia Kerr, Katey Martin, Maddy Green, Hayley Jensen, Katie Perkins, Hannah Rowe, Rosemary Mair, Lea Tahuhu.
Given that the match is to be played during the day and the surface is likely to stay the same throughout the match, we don't expect toss to make a whole lot of difference. Having said that, both sides would want to know the score they need to get and might be tempted to elect to chase. Win the toss and field first is likely to be the decision taken by the captain winning the toss in the upcoming match.
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
While the surface in the first match was nowhere as bad as the first innings total suggests, it was nonetheless not easy to bat on. However, surface stayed pretty much same throughout the match and it could be the case in the second match as well. Although we expect the surface to be on the slower side, batsmen once set won't have to struggle to time the ball. We expect the spinners to be more successful than the fast bowlers in the upcoming match. A total of around 230 would be a par score here.
Check out the Dream11 fantasy team lineup for the 2nd ODI of the series between Australia Women and New Zealand Women. Don't forget to check back the latest updated team lineup right after the toss.
The two teams were at the opposite ends of the spectrum as far as their performance in the first match is concerned. Australia, after winning the toss, utilized conditions to their advantage and looked in rampaging right throughout the match. They are an overall better side, at least on paper, and stopping them would need an extraordinarily brilliant performance from the Black Caps. Given the way the Black Caps have played in the series so far, it isn't going to be easy. For that as well as the other reasons stated above, betting on an Australian Women's win should be the way to go in the 2nd match of the series as well.
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