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Australian women started off in a terrific fashion and the inexperience of not playing any cricket in the Caribbean Islands didn't seem to bother them much. They won the first One Day International of the series in a fantastic manner. The home team will have a steep mountain to climb when the two teams face off for the second time in the series. The second ODI of the series is to be played on Sunday, 8th September at Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua. Considering the difference between both the sides, a win for Aussies wasn't surprising at all, but the margin undoubtedly was. West Indies are playing at their home ground and we expect a better fight from them in the upcoming fixture.
West Indies suffered a similar fate as they did against England a few months ago. They never looked on par with the Australians, let alone winning the match, as they were outplayed in all three departments of the game.
Chasing a total of 309 on a tricky batting surface, Windies lost three wickets with just eight runs on the board and the chances of chasing the total down successfully looked bleak thereon. Natasha McLean and Stacey Ann King, both their openers fell without troubling the scorers and Kyshona Knight followed the duo into the pavilion right after that.
Even though Stephanie Taylor offered a brief resistance, it was nowhere near what was required from her as well as their batting on the who. They were eventually dismissed for a total of 130 runs. Earlier with the ball, their bowlers failed to take advantage of the uneven surface as the Aussie women racked up 308 runs on the board. Going in the next match, Windies women have a massive task at their hands and they'd have to improve massively if they want to stand even a minute chance against this potent Australian lineup.
Reniece Boyce, Natasha McLean, Kyshona Knight, Stacy-Ann King, Sheneta Grimmond, Stafanie Taylor, Anisa Mohammed, Afy Fletcher, Shamilia Connell, Shabika Gajnabi, Chinelle Henry.
The Australians continued to build on the momentum they had in England as they outclassed Windies in not only batting and bowling but also in fielding. Meg Lanning and Alyssa Healy smashed Windies' bowlers all around the park as the visitors handed West Indies a defeat of 225 runs.
Alyssa Healy came into this match on the back of a poor run in Kia Women's Super League but got back to the business of scoring well at the international level pretty quickly. She had a scratchy start and perhaps played the most scratchy innings of her life, but her ton was vital in taking the Aussies past the 300-run mark. She was ably assisted by Meg Lanning, who scored 121 runs.
A total of 308 on a tricky surface was always going to be tough to chase down and the West Indies women ensured just that. Elyssa Perry was the pick of the bowlers as she picked up three wickets for just 17 runs in her five overs. There was almost nothing which the Aussie women didn't do right in the first ODI. They have been in a rampaging form in the recent times and beating them is going to take a serious effort from any team, let alone West Indies, who are struggling to find their feet in the ICC Women's championship.
Alyssa Healy, Beth Mooney, Rachael Haynes, Erin Burns, Ellyse Perry, Jess Jonassen, Ashleigh Gardner, Megan Schutt, Nicola Carey, Georgia Wareham, Tayla Vlaeminck.
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The difference between the two sides at the ICC World Championship points table is massive and it was apparent on the field as well. West Indies are second from the bottom at the ladder with eleven points to their name whereas the Australians are sitting pretty at the top of the table. With plenty of things going well for the Aussies and almost nothing for the West Indies, Australians are a better side as compared to West Indies, at least on paper. Going by that fact as well as the performances of the two teams in recent times, Australian women are better placed to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture.
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