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One major characteristic of quality cricketing sides is that they often end up on the right side of the result without even putting in their most polished performance. Australia's men's cricket team of the 2000s is a prime example of one such team and their Women's counterparts seem to follow the exact same footsteps.
Australian Women's team has been far from their best in their ongoing tour against New Zealand, but have still managed to post two convincing wins over the hosts. They will be looking to complete a whitewash in this series before heading back home. The third and final ODI between New Zealand Women and Australia Women is to be played at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui on 10th April 2021.
New Zealand are playing at home and while one would imagine that they will be able to utilize the home advantage, it has actually been the opposite of that. New Zealand Women's teams have so far struggled to match the Aussies, who have utilized the conditions to perfection. In the last match as well, New Zealand's spinners failed to make a material impact on a wearing surface. They were handed deflating defeats in their two matches and are likely to be low on morale. They'll be looking up to their experienced players to take them home in the upcoming match.
The major disappointment for the Kiwis has been their batting as they failed to score reasonable totals on both occasions. Chasing a total of 271 in the last match, New Zealand encountered a familiar problem of losing too many wickets too early. Barring Amelia Kerr, Hayley, and Brooke Holiday, who stitched together mini partnerships in between. However, there was no support from other batsmen as Kiwis folded completely for 210.
Earlier with the ball, the Kiwis did manage to produce an improved performance as compared to the one they did in the first match, but that could not prevent Aussies from posting a commanding total. The shining star for the hosts was Leigh Kasperek, who picked up six wickets at an expense of just 46 runs in her 10 overs. Amelia Kerr was good as well, but she failed to pick up any wickets.
Overall, New Zealand have a decent team on paper, but they haven't been able to perform at their peak potential yet. Going by the way the things have been, the Kiwis will need to play out of their skins and if they can do that, they can give Aussies a run for their money.
Hayley Jensen, Lauren Down, Amy Satterthwaite, Amelia Kerr, Brooke Halliday, Maddy Green, Katey Martin, Jess Kerr, Leigh Kasperek, Lea Tahuhu, Rosemary Mair.
With a record 23rd win in their last match, Meg Lanning's Australia proved yet another time that they are such a difficult to beat. With that win, they claimed their ninth consecutive Rose Bowl Trophy, and now they'll want to convert a 2-0 series lead to a 3-0 whitewash. What's more interesting is that Australia have not been at their best in this series and have still managed to put up a dominating performance.
In the last match, the Aussie top-order batsmen were terrific in the first few overs, but we saw them struggle in the middle part only to be floated again by a late surge. Rachel Haynes was the pick of their batsmen as she scored 87 runs to guide her team to a commanding total.
Australia's major strength is the availability of experienced bowlers right through. Besides, they have the presence of versatile all-rounders in Elysse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner, which adds to their already immaculate balance. Overall, given the form, they have been and the team they have, on paper, beating them is going to take some effort.
Alyssa Healy, Rachael Haynes, Meg Lanning, Ellyse Perry, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Nicola Carey, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Wareham, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown.
There's been a clear gap of day and night between how the two sides have played in the series. While the hosts have improved since the beginning of the tour, they have been far from their best. Australia, on the other hand, despite not being at their 100% have fared better than the Kiwis. We expect that to continue in the last match of the series as well and, therefore, Australia Women are our pick to emerge winner in the third match of the ODI series.
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