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Apart from the marquee ICC event, there's hardly anything that carries as much importance as the Ashes in the Women's Cricket. England women are on a terrific run in limited-overs cricket and will be looking to turn around their fortunes in the Ashes which they last won in 2014. A lot has changed in women's cricket since then, but beating Australia still remains an uphill climb for any team in the world. To add to that, England - Australia rivalry in cricket has only grown in past few years and with both the sides doing pretty well in the recent times, a close contest is always on the cards between them. The women's Ashes starts on 2nd July with England Women taking on Australia Women in the first ODI of the series which is to be played at County Ground, Grace Road, Leicester.
Fresh from a superb win over West Indies concluded last month, England appear to be in terrific shape as far as preparation for this famous series is concerned. As compared to their previous Ashes campaign, English women have been strengthened by the return of Katherine Brunt and Sarah Taylor, both of whom have been doing reasonably well in their past few matches.
Their side is expected to be the same, at least the playing eleven if not the complete squad, as the one which played against West Indies during the last month. Kate Cross is likely to add depth to their bowling, and she alongside Natalie Sciver will be critical to their overall performances of the series.
Riding on the back of their star players, English women have been in terrific form since their last ODI fixture. England have emerged on top in all the recent encounters between the two sides, and it will take a tremendous effort from their stalwarts to keep the same momentum going.
Amy Ellen Jones, Tammy Beaumont, Sarah Taylor, Natalie Sciver, Heather Knight, Fran Wilson, Katherine Brunt, Laura Marsh, Anya Shrubsole, Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone.
Although Australian women have not played much cricket of late, they looked in fabulous form when they last took the field. There of the Aussies' batting stalwarts - Meg Lanning, Alyssa Healy, and Elysse Perry have been in fantastic touch with the bat and will be key to their success in the first match of the series.
The Aussie bowling lineup looks sharp and well-settled, and their bowling unit is nothing short of that as well. Although they have the services of Tayla Vlaeminck who is quite young to the international scene, her performance in the domestic competitions has been worth watching. Their skipper, Meg Lanning, has already commented that she could be the surprise package they were desperately concerned about after their bowling attack faced injury threats.
All in all, just like England, this Aussie unit is exceptionally well balanced. They are likely to come out all guns blazing, with their full-strength squad, in the opening match of the series. They are new to English conditions and will need to get off the blocks quickly, which we are sure that they are well and truly capable of. They are one of the top two teams in Women's cricket and will not be easy to get past despite playing away from home.
Alyssa Healy, Nicole Bolton, Meg Lanning, Ellyse Perry, Rachael Haynes, Beth Mooney, Jess Jonassen, Delissa Kimmince, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt, Ashleigh Gardner.
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While the ICC rankings keep Australia as favorites to win the encounter, at least on paper, things aren't as straight-forward as they look. England are coming off a 14-match winning streak in limited-overs cricket including wins over some of the best sides in World Cricket. They've been playing at home in recent times and will be perfectly acquainted with the conditions here. There's little to choose between the two teams and the one which handles the pressure better on the match day is more likely to emerge on top. Considering the fact that they are playing at their home ground, in front of the home crowd, coupled with a terrific win-streak, England are better placed to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture, albeit slightly.
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