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Another big day awaits New Zealand and Australia in the Group B of ICC Women's World T20. The match, which is set to be played on 14th November, is of significant importance for the Black Caps as a loss here will send them crashing out of the contention. For Australia, a win here will take them to the top of the table and confirm a berth in the playoffs and a loss will render the points table wide open. Australia and New Zealand are placed at first and second spot respectively in the ICC rankings and with so much at stake in the upcoming encounter, we expect it to be a scintillating contest.
A win here for Australia in this match will almost ascertain their top of the table finish in the Group B. However, as indicated by Molineux, Jess Jonassen is likely to get a chance who has so far been on the sidelines as the rest of Australia's spinners have been doing well.
The women in yellow should be confident of a good performance against Kiwis in the upcoming game considering the recent performances of both sides. Australia have had a terrific start to the tournament as they've beaten Pakistan and Ireland in their opening two matches. They'll also draw confidence from their recent 3-0 victory against New Zealand in T20 Internationals which happened just a couple of months ago.
So far in the tournament, things have gone right according to the plan for them. Their batting has fired in both the games and their spinners have strangled the opposition on both occasions. The top-order of Healy, Mooney, Menning, and Perry looks intimidating and with the likes of Schultz and Molineux in fine bowling form, it's going to take some effort to get past them.
Alyssa Healy, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Meg Lanning, Elyse Villani, Rachael Haynes, Ellyse Perry, Sophie Molineux, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt.
Their loss to India in the first match has certainly put them in a spot of bother as far as qualification for the semi-finals is concerned. Despite the loss, there are plenty of positives they could draw from that game. Their bowlers were able to pick regular wickets and it was only Harmanpreet Kaur's knock that troubled them.
The approach of their top-order to the target was commendable as well considering that they had an intimidating target in front of them. With the availability of Sophie Devine in their middle order, they have a batting lineup which can put up or hunt down big totals.
The Kiwis will draw confidence for their trans-Tasmanian record against the Aussies where they've been terrific. Prior to their last series against the Aussies, they emerged victorious on seven occasions in nine matches against Australia.
Suzie Bates, Anna Peterson, Sophie Devine, Amy Satterthwaite, Katey Martin, Maddy Green, Bernadine Bezuidenhout, Leigh Kasperek, Hannah Rowe, Amelia Kerr, Lea Tahuhu.
Contrary to what recent history between the two sides and the points table suggest, this should be a close contest. The teams are almost evenly-matched on paper and handling the pressure better will be the key here. Australia have been in better form and will draw confidence from that which makes them better placed to emerge victorious in the upcoming game.