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Rachael Haynes at the Sydney Showground Stadium which will host the opening World Cup match Getty I
Rachael Haynes at the Sydney Showground Stadium which will host the opening World Cup match Getty I
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Rachael Haynes Ruled Out Of Pink-Ball Test And 3 T20Is vs India

Rachael Haynes, Australia batswoman has been ruled out of the upcoming pink-ball Test and three T20Is against India. Rachael Haynes had suffered a right hamstring injury during the third ODI against India women which was played on Sunday and she was forced to leave the field when Australia women bowled.

Australia Women have suffered a huge blow ahead of the historic one-off pink ball Test against India women with Rachael Haynes getting ruled out of the contest.

Rachael Haynes celebrates her maiden ODI century Getty Images
Rachael Haynes celebrates her maiden ODI century Getty Images

Rachael Haynes Suffered Hamstring Injury And Was Ruled Out Of 1 Test And 3 T20Is

Rachael Haynes suffered a hamstring injury during the third WODI while fielding and hasn’t recovered in time for the historic day-night Test. The Australian vice-captain has been ruled out of the three T20Is as well, which is a part of the ongoing multi-format series.

“Unfortunately her(Rachael Haynes) hamstring is no good,” cricket.com.au quoted Australia head coach Matthew Mott as saying.

“She’s devastated — obviously Test matches don’t come around too often, she’s a key member of our squad so our thoughts are with her at the moment,” he added.

Australia’s Beth Mooney has been an integral part of the record-breaking Australian’s women’s cricket team. Photograph: Michael Bradley/AFP/Getty Images
Australia’s Beth Mooney has been an integral part of the record-breaking Australian’s women’s cricket team. Photograph: Michael Bradley/AFP/Getty Images

As a result, Beth Mooney is likely to open alongside Alyssa Healy in the pink-ball Test against India, beginning on Thursday. Beth Mooney remained unbeaten on 125 in the thrilling second ODI and made 52 just two days later in the third game. Australia was appearing to be sweating on her fitness when she left the field on Sunday due to a hamstring issue but Matthew Mott is confident of Beth Mooney’s availability.

Matthew Mott Hopeful Leg Spinner Georgia Wareham Is Fit To Debut

Matthew Mott also said that he is hopeful of leg-spinner Georgia Wareham being declared fit to make her debut. Georgia Wareham is in line for a Test debut if she can recover from her quad injury in time while Beth Mooney should be fit despite hamstring tightness.

“Georgia’s ticking all the boxes for her return to play. She was very sensible around that — she felt something quite early, got treatment and has been doing everything she can to get it right,” said Mott.

Georgia Wareham (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
Georgia Wareham (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

“Personally, I really hope she gets through it after missing out in the last Test we played. She’s a key member; no matter what the wicket serves up, she’s a wicket-taker and she’s an incredibly good thing for this team — she leads the way in the field and her batting is evolving all the time,” he added.

Another player from the injury list who is set to be fit in time for the day-night encounter is leg spinner Georgia Wareham. The 22-year-old, who hasn’t featured in a Test match despite representing Australia 55 times, suffered a quad injury during the second ODI. The one-off Test starts on September 30 at the Carrara Oval in Queensland. The three T20Is will be played on October 7, 9 and 10 at the same ground.

Australia squad: Meg Lanning (c), Darcie Brown, Maitlan Brown, Stella Campbell, Nicola Carey, Hannah Darlington, Ashleigh Gardner, Alyssa Healy, Tahlia McGrath, Sophie Molineux, Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Georgia Redmayne, Molly Strano, Annabel Sutherland, Tayla Vlaeminck, Georgia Wareham

India Test and ODI squad: Mithali Raj (c), Harmanpreet Kaur (vc), Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Punam Raut, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Sneh Rana, Yastika Bhatia, Taniya Bhatia (wk), Shikha Pandey, Jhulan Goswami, Meghna Singh, Pooja Vastrakar, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Poonam Yadav, Richa Ghosh, Ekta Bisht.

File image of Jhulan Goswami | Andrew Couldridge/Reuters
File image of Jhulan Goswami | Andrew Couldridge/Reuters
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Jhulan Goswami Picks Her 600th Career Wicket In India Women’s Win

Jhulan Goswami, India women’s veteran pacer achieved a personal milestone of 600 career wickets when she dismissed Australia’s captain Meg Lanning who was caught behind for a duck in the 3rd WODI between India and Australia women at McKay on Sunday.

Jhulan Goswami, 38, is the leading wicket-taker in the format and remains the only bowler in the women’s game to claim over 200 ODI wickets. Playing her 192nd game, Jhulan Goswami returned figures of 3-37 in her 10 overs, a couple of days after she had bowled a last-ball no-ball to hand Australia a controversial win in the 2nd ODI.

Jhulan Goswami File Photo
Jhulan Goswami File Photo

Jhulan Goswami Picks Her 600th Career Wicket In India Women’s Win

Jhulan Goswami now has acquired 240 ODI wickets at 21.59, while she has claimed 41 wickets in 11 Tests at 17.63 and has 56 T20I wickets in 68 matches, a tally of 337 international wickets. She has 264 wickets in the domestic circuit. She had retired from T20Is in 2018.

Jhulan Goswami claimed the prized scalp of Meg Lanning after sending back Rachael Haynes to hand India an early advantage in the 3rd ODI, but a late-order resistance from Beth Mooney, Ash Gardner, and Tahlia McGrath ensured that Australia posted a challenging 265/9.

Meg Lanning (Photo: Meg Lanning/Instagram)
Meg Lanning (Photo: Meg Lanning/Instagram)

Leading the series 2-0 and with a 26-match winning streak in the format, Australia’s Meg Lanning opted to bat first after a steady start by openers Alyssa Healy and a returning Rachael Haynes, who put on 41, but Australia lost both Rachael Haynes and Meg Lanning in the same over to Jhulan Goswami. Alyssa Healy was run out at the non-strikers’ end before Ellyse Perry was dismissed by Pooja Vastrakar for 26 off 47 balls.

Jhulan Goswami Picked 3 Scalps, Shafali Verma And Yastika Bhatia Scored The 50s

But Beth Mooney (52) and Ashleigh Gardner (67) put on 98 runs for the fifth wicket to help Australia recover before Tahlia McGrath powered her way to a 32-ball 47. India fought back well in the death overs to dent Australia’s charge and held them to 264/9, with Pooja Vastrakar and Jhulan Goswami claiming three wickets each while went to off-spinner Sneh Rana.

Indian Women's Cricket Team
Indian Women’s Cricket Team. Image Credits: Twitter

India women went on to win by 2 wickets with 3 balls remaining and end Australia women’s winning streak. Shafali Verma and Yastika Bhatia scored fifties. Jhulan Goswami, who set the game up with 3 for 37, sealed victory with the bat in the final over and was awarded Player Of the Match. Australia asked for more than something special from the opposition to lose an ODI at long last, India delivered it to end Australia’s 26 WODI match-winning streak.

To avert a third straight loss and a second morale-crushingly narrow defeat in under 36 hours, India women needed 24 – and character from their lower order – of the last four overs in their stiff chase of 275. Their previous highest successful ODI chase was 248, and their task was made more difficult by their efforts on the field, where they shelled four genuine chances as well as gave away misfields that cost them at least 15 runs.

Australian women had won their last two WODIs against Indian women by 9 wickets chasing 226 with 54 balls remaining and by 5 wickets in the last ball chasing 275. The action now moves to the day-night pink-ball Test starting from 30th September followed by 3 T20Is in early October.

India Women 266 for 8 (Batia 64, Verma 55, Sutherland 3-30) beat Australia Women 264 for 9 (Gardner 67, Mooney 52, Goswami 3-37, Vastrakar 3-46) by two wickets

The majority of the Australia squad face two weeks quarantine before facing India Getty Images
The majority of the Australia squad face two weeks quarantine before facing India Getty Images
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India Women’s Team Departs For Full-fledged Australia Tour Including 14-day Hard Quarantine

India women cricket team departed for a full-fledged tour of Australia on Sunday but fresh Covid-19 related restrictions Down Under means that the cricketers will now have to complete a 14-day hard quarantine upon arrival in Brisbane.

The Indian women’s team has left for Australia for a multi-format series comprising a pink-ball Test and three ODIs and T20Is each. The squad, led by Mithali Raj (Test and ODIs) and Harmanpreet Kaur (Twenty20 Internationals), is flying to Dubai from where they will take off to Brisbane around where they will play their games.

India Women
India Women. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

India Women Cricket Team Have To Complete A 14 Day Hard Quarantine Upon Arrival In Australia

The BCCI was earlier hoping that the India women players would get to train after a week of hard quarantine but now the players are likely to be confined to their hotel rooms for 14 days. The historic one-off pink-ball women’s Test between India Women and Australia Women, scheduled to begin from Sept 30, has been moved from the WACA in Perth to the Carrara Stadium (known commercially as the Metricon Stadium) in Gold Coast in Queensland.

According to reliable BCCI sources, the three-match ODI series between the two teams, which will kick off the tour from Sept 19, has now been moved from North Sydney Oval in Sydney to Mackay, a city in Queensland. The other two matches are supposed to be held on Sept 22 and 24.

“Training permission is highly unlikely after the first week in the current scenario. There could be further changes in the itinerary. The hard quarantine will be extremely tough for the players but is what it is,” said a BCCI official.

BCCI (File Photo| PTI)
BCCI (File Photo| PTI)

A player, trying to see things from a positive aspect, said, “It will be very tough but at least we get to play after that.”

The squad, which was training here for the past week, was to fly into Sydney and the other playing venues were Perth and Melbourne but venues have also been changed due to rising cases.  Gold Coast, and not North Sydney Oval as initially planned, will now also host the T20Is after staging India’s maiden, much-anticipated pink-ball Test on Oct 7, 9, and 11. An official announcement regarding the revised itinerary of the tour is expected soon.

India Women Is Set To Play Its 1st Ever Pink Ball Test In Australia

The change of itinerary will be announced by Cricket Australia soon and is subject to approval from the Queensland government since all games will be played in the state. The series comprising three ODIs, a day-night Test, and three T20s, is expected to begin two days later instead of September 19. The new venues are Mackay and Carrara.

The 22-member squad will reach Brisbane via Dubai on Monday. The team is set to play its first-ever pink ball game and that is seen as its biggest challenge of the tour. Even during training here, the preparations were focussed on white-ball cricket and it remains to be seen if the team gets a practice game before the series opener.

India Women players in action after an ODI against Australia. (File)
India Women players in action after an ODI against Australia. (File)

Meghna Singh, Yastika Bhatia, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, and Richa Ghosh have been included in the Test and ODI setups of the Indian Women’s team for the tour of Australia in September-October. Radha Yadav, Arundhati Reddy, Priya Punia, and Indrani Roy, who were part of the Indian Test and ODI squads in England but didn’t get a game, have been left out.

The visitors along with those Australian players based in Sydney and Melbourne will begin 14 days hard quarantine on Monday with no exemptions for training meaning two weeks of only being able to do what is possible inside a hotel room. It impacts 12 of Australia’s 18-player squad with only Beth Mooney (Queensland), Molly Strano and Nicola Carey (Tasmania), and Darcie Brown and Tahlia McGrath (South Australia) able to join the team closer to the start of the series.
Australia Women
Image Credit: Twitter
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Final – Australia Women Win Fifth Title After Thrashing India Women

On Sunday (8th March), the defending champions Australia Women won their fifth trophy in ICC Women’s T20 World Cup history after beating India Women by 85 runs in the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020. Australia Women became the second team, after the inaugural edition winners England Women (2009), to win the WT20 WC as the hosts.

After winning the toss at MCG (Melbourne), Australia Women’s captain Meg Lanning decided to bat first. While her team scored 184/4 (20 overs), India Women were bundled out for just 99 runs (19.1 overs).

India Women: Only Deepti Sharma managed to score 20+ runs

Indian batters were struggling from the beginning of the second innings as there was no strong fight. While Shafali Verma (2) was dismissed on the third ball of that innings, wicketkeeper-batter Taniya Bhatia (2) was retired hurt in six balls later after getting hit on the helmet. Later, in 12th over when Veda Krishnamurthy (19) was dismissed, Richa Ghosh replaced Bhatia as the concussion substitute.

India Women, Australia Women, final, Women's T20 World Cup
Harmanpreet Kaur (Image Credit: Twitter)

Among the first five batters in the India Women squad, only the opener Smriti Mandhana (11) managed to reach the double-digit scores.

While Deepti Sharma scored the highest runs for India Women which was 33 runs, Richa Ghosh was dismissed after scoring 18 runs.

Among the Australia Women bowlers, Megan Schutt (4/18) took four wickets, and Jess Jonassen (3/20) got three wickets.

Australia Women, India Women, final, Women's T20 World Cup
Image Credit: Twitter

Australia Women: Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney properly utilised their opportunities

Both the Australia Women openers wicketkeeper-batter Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney provided a solid start after the Indians dropped two early chances. While both the openers got one life each at the beginning of the innings, they utilised those opportunities properly and punished the India Women bowlers.

Australia Women, India Women, final, Women's T20 World Cup
Allysa Healy and Beth Mooney (Image Credit: Twitter)

The Aussie openers built up the century partnership (115 runs) and set the perfect condition for the big first innings total. Both the openers not only scored half-centuries, but they also stretched their innings to 70s. While Healy scored 75 runs off just 39 balls (7 fours and 5 sixes), Mooney remained not out of 78 runs off 54 balls (10 fours). While captain Meg Lanning scored 16 runs (15 balls), the other batters didn’t get enough chances.

Among the India Women bowlers, while Deepti Sharma (2/38) took two wickets, Poonam Yadav (1/30) and Radha Yadav (1/34) got one wicket each.

While Alyssa Healy won the Player of the Match award in this final game, Beth Mooney has been awarded the Player of the Tournament for finishing as the leading run-scorer (259 runs in six innings).

Australia Women, Women's T20 World Cup
Image Credit: Twitter
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Australia Women Reach Semi-Final

On the final day of the Group A of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020, Sri Lanka Women ended their journey with their first victory of this tournament by beating Bangladesh Women while Australia Women fixed their place in the semi-final after winning the thriller and eliminating New Zealand Women from this tournament.

Sri Lanka Women vs Bangladesh Women

After Bangladesh Women decided to bat first, they were restricted to 91/8 (20 overs). In reply, Sri Lanka Women chased down that target in 15.3 overs after losing only one wicket (92/1).

Women's T20 World Cup
Sri Lanka Women national cricket team (Image Credit: Twitter)

In Bangladesh Women innings, while the wicketkeeper-batter Nigar Sultana scored 39 runs, Sanjida Islam and Fargana Hoque were the only other batters to reach the double-digit mark in that innings as both scored 13 runs each.

Among the Sri Lanka Women bowlers, Shashikala Siriwardene (4/16) took four wickets, and Achini Kulasuriya (2/19) bagged two wickets.

In reply, Hasini Perera and Chamari Atapattu provided the 51 runs partnership for the opening wicket. After captain Atapattu lost her wicket on 30 runs, opener Perera (39*) and Anushka Sanjeewani (16*) comfortably guided the team to the easy victory. While it was the first victory for Sri Lanka Women in this tournament, Bangladesh Women finished this edition without winning a match.

Australia Women vs New Zealand Women

The winner between Australia Women and New Zealand Women would qualify for the last position of the semi-finals, so it was the virtual quarter-final. While Australia Women scored 155/5 (20 overs) in the first innings after losing the toss, New Zealand Women managed to score 151/7 (20 overs) as the defending champions and the hosts Australia Women won the match by four runs.

Australia Women, Women's T20 World Cup
Australia Women national cricket team (Image Credit: Twitter)

While most of the other batters made low but crucial contributions for Australia Women, opener Beth Mooney scored 60 runs off 50 balls (6 fours and 2 sixes).

Among the New Zealand Women bowlers, only Anna Peterson (2/31) managed to pick up more than one wicket.

Chasing down that target, the White Ferns’ opener and captain Sophie Devine scored 31 runs while Maddy Green scored 28 runs.

At the late moment, Katey Martin played the smashing knock of 37 not out off just 18 balls (4 fours and only six) but didn’t get enough support from the other lower-order batters. Though Martin hit a four and a sixer on the final two balls respectively, they remained four runs behind from their oppositions’ total.

In this group, India Women became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals of this tournament.

Final points table of Group A

Team Matches Won Lost Tied/No Result Points Net Run-Rate
India 4 4 0 0/0 8 +0.979
Australia 4 3 1 0/0 6 +0.971
New Zealand 4 2 2 0/0 4 +0.364
Sri Lanka 4 1 3 0/0 2 –0.404
Bangladesh 4 0 4 0/0 0 –1.908
Australia Women
Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney (Image Credit: Twitter)
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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Record Opening Partnership Guide Australia Women To Thrash Bangladesh Women

The defending champions Australia Women won another match in the Group A of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 after thrashing Bangladesh Women on Thursday (27th February).

After the hosts Australia Women won the toss, they decided to bat first. The Aussie openers performed solidly with their record partnership and set up the first innings total of 189/1 (20 overs). In reply, Bangladesh Women were restricted to 103/9 (20 overs).

Bangladesh Women innings: Only one batter reached the 20-run mark

Australia Women, Bangladesh Women, Women's T20 World Cup
Image Credit: Twitter

Chasing down the target, Bangladesh Women failed to provide at least a fight. The hosts’ bowlers regularly picked up the wickets as the Bangladesh batters hardly punished the opposition bowlers. Apart from Fargana Hoque (36), all others failed to reach the 20-run mark in that innings.

Australia Women, Bangladesh Women, Women's T20 World Cup
Australia Women’s national cricket team (Image Credit: Twitter)

Among the Australia Women bowlers, Megan Schutt (3/21) took three wickets while Jess Jonassen (2/17) grabbed two wickets. Also, Annabel Sutherland (1/21) and Nicola Carey (1/16) scalped one wicket each. In the final over of that match, Australia Women took three wickets in the successive deliveries, including the two run-outs.

ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Record Opening Partnership Guide Australia Women To Thrash Bangladesh Women 1

ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Record Opening Partnership Guide Australia Women To Thrash Bangladesh Women 2

Australia Women innings: Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney put the 151 runs partnership for the 1st wicket

Coming to bat first, Australian openers Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney provided a superb start and built up a solid partnership. They broke Australia Women’s previous highest T20I partnership for any wicket of 147 runs for the unbroken fourth wicket between Kate Blackwell and Karen Rolton (against England Women at Taunton on 2nd September 2005).

Australia Women, Bangladesh Women, Women's T20 World Cup
Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney (Image Credit: Twitter)

Before the wicketkeeper-batter Alyssa Healy lost her wicket on 83 runs in the 17th over, Healy-Mooney opening partnership managed to score 151 runs. In her 83 off 53 balls, the right-handed batswoman Healy hit 10 fours and 3 sixes.

On the other hand, the other opener Mooney scored 81 not out off 58 balls (9 fours). Ashleigh Gardner also scored 22 not out off just nine balls (3 fours and only six).

Apart from captain Salma Khatun (1/39), all other Bangladesh Women bowlers failed to pick up at least one wicket in that match.

ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Record Opening Partnership Guide Australia Women To Thrash Bangladesh Women 3

After losing the tournament opener, Australia Women beat Sri Lanka Women and Bangladesh Women. Meanwhile, before this match, Bangladesh Women suffered a defeat in their opening game of this tournament against India Women.

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