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The change in format didn't alter the fortunes of the hosts in the ongoing Australia Women's tour of West Indies as West Indies Women crumbled to their fourth defeat of the tour. With just two T20s remaining in the series, they will be desperate to put up a good show and win at least one of those two fixtures. They'll be up against Australian Women for the second time in this T20I series on 16th September at Kensington Oval, Barbados. Having already lost the ODI series 3-0, this will be the last chance for the West Indies to keep the series alive. Australia, however, will be looking to seal the series and move a step closer to completing yet another whitewash on this tour.
West Indies' effort with the bat was remarkably similar to how they did in the ODI series. They never looked confident in the middle, which was apparent with their shot selection, as they found half of their side back in the hut even before the powerplay got over. Stephanie Taylor, with a brilliant knock, somehow managed to take them to a respectable total, which, however, didn't eventually prove to be enough.
With the ball, West Indies did slightly better as compared to how they did in the ODI series as they managed to dismiss four Australian batsmen. Henry was the pick of their bowlers as she returned with the important two wickets at the expense of just 15 runs.
All in all, West Indies improved with the change in format, mostly with the bat, but their improvement was clearly not enough to contain the Aussies who are in rampaging mood at the moment. Going into the final two matches of the series, the hosts will have to play out of their skins to make any mark whatsoever in the series.
Stafanie Taylor, Reniece Boyce, Shamilia Connell, Britney Cooper, Afy Fletcher, Shabika Gajnabi, Sheneta Grimmond, Chinelle Henry, Stacy-Ann King, Kyshona Knight, Natasha McLean.
It was a rare occasion in the series that Australia's openers were both dismissed cheaply. Chasing a relatively small total, Australian women lost both their openers inside the first three overs before being bailed out by Meg Lanning and Elyssa Perry as the duo shared a 57-run stand for the third wicket.
Australia lost a couple of more wickets towards the end, but the presence of Meg Lanning at the crease never allowed pressure to creep in as the Aussies eventually won the match with considerable ease.
Earlier with the ball, Australians were super-effective in the powerplay overs as they dismissed half of the West Indies' side without too many runs on the board. Even though they had a bit of trouble in dismissing the tail, which took Windies to a manageable total, they wouldn't be too concerned about it. Overall, Australian women have been miles ahead of West Indies as far as the performance of the two sides in this tour is concerned and we might see them posting a familiar result in the upcoming match as well.
Meg Lanning, Erin Burns, Ashleigh Gardner, Rachael Haynes, Alyssa Healy, Jess Jonassen, Delissa Kimmince, Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, Georgia Wareham.
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It's been a kind of series that West Indies would love to forget pretty quickly. Be it batting or bowling; no change has appeared to be working for them. Australia, on the other hand, have been prolific right from the first match of this tour. While West Indies bowling improved a bit with the change in format, their batting was still the same. While betting on Australia do not offer too good returns with the odds of 1.06, a win for them is almost inevitable, making it a pretty safe bet. Considering the way things have gone in the series so far and the two team on-paper, Australia, are firm favorites to win this encounter as well.
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