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The focus of the cricket fans is gradually shifting towards the Indian Premier League, but before we begin with the much-awaited tournament, there are a few women's games that the fans will be closely following. The T20I series between New Zealand Women and Australian Women ended with honors shared after Aussies got off to a spectacular star.
The ODI series is off to a similar kind of start with Australia defeating New Zealand in a convincing manner. However, given the way the Kiwis bounced back in the shortest format, they'll be confident of repeating the feat in this format as well. The second match of the series is to be played at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, on 7th April 2021.
After the confidence gained from the T20I Women, many would have expected New Zealand to fare better in the One Day Internationals. Precisely the opposite, however, the Kiwis looked tired and deflated as Australia registered a rollicking win in the first match of the series.
The Kiwis looked the second-best side on multiple accounts and the scoreline reflects that brutally. While the total of 212 will not be enough against most sides of the world, it certainly was a fighting total. However, New Zealand's bowlers failed to put up a fight as Aussies chased down the total with 69 deliveries to spare and six wickets in hand. Apart from Jess Kerr and Rosemary Mair, none of their bowlers looked in control.
With the bat, though, the Kiwis had plenty of positives. The application and determination that Lauren Down exhibited was commendable for her 90-run knock. Amy Satterthwaite and Amelia Kerr stitched together a decent partnership but would want to take it higher in this upcoming match.
All in all, New Zealand have a decent team that is more than capable of taking on the Aussies, more so in the home conditions. Having said that, they'll have to play out of their skins if they want to do that. If their experience players can contribute well, the Kiwis should find them in a decent spot in the upcoming match.
Hayley Jensen, Lauren Down, Amy Satterthwaite, Amelia Kerr, Brooke Halliday, Maddy Green, Katey Martin, Hannah Rowe, Jess Kerr, Leigh Kasperek, Rosemary Mair.
It would not be wrong to compare the strength and dominance of this Australian Women's side to the Aussie's Men's side of the early 2000s. With that win in the previous match, their consecutive win tally got to 22, which is a world record. They finished the first match with utter dominance, reflected by the number of resources to spare they had at the end.
On paper, the Australians have a side that has limited to no flaws, at least on paper. They have a batting unit that can knock the highest of the totals down and a bowling unit that can keep even the best in the business in check. With high-quality all-rounders in Elysse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner available, they have a batting lineup that goes deep without compromising on the versatility of their bowling.
All in all, the Aussies are one of the best teams out there, and beating them isn't going to be easy for the Kiwis. If Australians aren't complacent in the upcoming match, it should be a walk in the park for them.
Alyssa Healy, Rachael Haynes, Meg Lanning, Ellyse Perry, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Nicola Carey, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt, Tayla Vlaeminck.
With series hinging on the result of this one, this match is as important as it can get. Australia have just broken a world record and can't afford to get complacent. New Zealand, on the other hand, will want to prove that they are not just walkovers. Considering the two sides on paper, Aussies are a better side by a decent margin and are, therefore, our pick to win the upcoming fixture.
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