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It didn't take Australian Women to get back to their dominating best even though they had a long break in between. There wasn't much time between the two consecutive wins they posted over New Zealand Women. Before we move to the longer version of the game, we have the final T20I remaining to be played between the two sides. Although the upcoming match is a dead-rubber as far as the T20I is concerned, both sides would want to win that and take the momentum into the ODI series, which begins on Saturday. The third T20I of the series is to be played at Allan Border Field, Brisbane, on 30th September 2020.
With a recent win over New Zealand Women, Australian Women took their winning streak to 10 T20Is and will be looking to add another one with a win in their upcoming match. They outplayed New Zealand in all three facets of the game and that is evident by the margin of their win. It took them only 16.4 Overs to win the match and go 2-0 up in the series.
Aussie batsmen made merry on a surface that the Kiwi batsmen found difficult to bat on. Chasing a total of 128, they lost a couple of wickets in quick succession, but with a superb unbeaten partnership between Meg Lanning and Rachel Haynes, Australia cruised home with plenty of resources to spare. Given that the Aussie Women didn't look anywhere close to their best in the opening match, this win would have imbibed a lot of confidence among their batsmen.
While it was a fantastic effort by Aussie batsmen to chase it down with 20 balls to spare, the match was set up by their bowlers. In fact, Australians were ahead at the halfway mark and it was clear that they needed to chase an under-par total to win the contest. Megan Schutt didn't look as good as she did in the first match and gave away 23 runs off her two. Sophie Molineux, however, turned the tide towards Australia, picking up the wicket of Sophie Devine in only the third over of the match. The Aussie bowlers increased their stranglehold over the Kiwis in the middle overs with Delissa Kimmince and Georgia Wareham picking up six wickets between them. They both picked up three wickets each and played the second fiddle role to Molineux beautifully.
Given that Australia have already won the series, they might want to hand out a cap or two to the remaining players of the squad to get them match-ready before the ODI series. Having said that, those sitting on the bench are all class players and even a change to the winning eleven is unlikely to hamper the balance of this Aussie unit. They have done incredibly well even without Elysse Perry, who is unlikely to feature in the ODIs as well, and will be a tough side to beat in the final T20I of the series as well.
Alyssa Healy, Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning, Rachael Haynes, Ashleigh Gardner, Sophie Molineux, Nicola Carey, Georgia Wareham, Jess Jonassen, Megan Schutt, Delissa Kimmince.
With two losses in two matches, the balance of this Kiwi unit certainly comes under scrutiny. Under the microscope is their ill-performing batting unit, which fared even more poorly than they did in the opening match. It was already surprised to see them name an unchanged eleven for the second match, but there are likely to be a few changes going into the upcoming encounter.
As it stands, New Zealand bowling rests heavily on Amelia Kerr, who doesn't even have an encouraging record against the Aussies. Considering that the surface is likely to be even slower, New Zealand would want to bolster its spin department going into the upcoming. However, the major area that needs an overhaul is their batting, which has looked listless so far.
Batting first in the previous match, New Zealand looked in control for only a brief period, with Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite contributing. The loss of Sophie Devine early in their innings didn't help their cause as they always found it difficult to push the scoring rate up. Satterthwaite 25-ball 30-run knock was encouraging, but for Kiwis to gain control over Aussie bowling, they would want to stitch a few more partnerships and at faster rates. Sophie Devine is in fine form and will be looking to bounce back with a decent knock in the upcoming encounter.
The fact that Australia are already 2-0 up in the series can provide the Kiwis with an opportunity to play without any pressure. With the series already done and dusted, they would have nothing to lose, and their players can come out and express themselves. As they exhibited in the opening match of the series, they have the talent available on-paper, and if their players manage to execute well on the field, things are not going to be as easy for the hosts as they were in the previous match.
Sophie Devine, Maddy Green, Suzie Bates, Amy Satterthwaite, Katey Martin, Amelia Kerr, Hayley Jensen, Katie Perkins, Holly Huddleston, Lea Tahuhu, Jess Kerr.
Even though Aussie won the previous match batting second, chasing could be tricky here in the upcoming match. This is the third match at Allan Border Field and the surface is likely to get slower with the passage of play. While defending in T20s is always tricky, runs on the board in this game could prove to be of vital importance. Also, it is a day game and there is no probability of dew having an impact in the second innings. For those reasons, we expect the captain winning the toss to bat first.
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It is expected to be another beautiful day to play Cricket at Brisbane with temperatures hovering in the range of 24 degrees and negligible chances of rain. The surface so far here hasn't been as conducive to batting but hasn't offered much to bowlers either. Given that this is the third match at the venue in a very short time, we expect the surface to be a tad slower than it was in the previous two matches. That said, the seamers and spinners will be equally important. The score of around 150 should be just about par here.
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As apparent from the proceedings of the first two matches, Australian Women are a stronger bunch between the two sides. New Zealand have made a few tactical errors as well and we expect them to fix those coming into the third match of the series. While that would help them to some extent, matching Aussies is going to be difficult. Batsmen and bowlers both have been doing exceedingly well for the Aussies and they have the momentum of the 10-win streak behind them. All in all, Australia is a better team on all accounts, and is, therefore, better placed to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture.
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