Australia 5-1 (Mooney o, Gardner 1) So Ash Gardner has
achieved wrinkles at the beginning of the day again, as she has done a lot of
recent time with recent low scores. Last time, Gardner enjoyed it, bashing 90
odd numbers compared to India, although they eventually tracked the total
number of Australia.
And we go away with a wick! Healy got off to a good start by
tugging Deepti Sharma, off the square of the wick for four, but when the line
went outside wide Healy took a big cut and only had the advantage. Should it be
smashed really, but maybe a little bouncing extra? This is how, how! It was the
scream of Bhatia, who did it well after moving out of the tree. It Outki
Australia wins the toss and bat
You do not listen to me, Australia!
Or perhaps arguing that defense is a recent weakness,
Australians want to have the chance to try it again and do it better.
We had the first round. We had the second round. We missed England on the net run rate. British women have just finished destroying in a final match for them, and now Australia will host India in a three-match final.
The Indians have been a bit around in this series. They
created two big scores (150 and 177) to win the games while chasing, but
struggled to top six runs when hitting the first hit. If you won, throw them
in. But their interesting top order can knock down any target if they start.
Verma, Mandhana, Coleues, three young gunmen, with the tough Harmanpreet coming
behind them. Not to mention Deepti Sharma down the order.
Sometimes, Australia also seems a bit uncomfortable, hitting the ball well but not keeping the score too low in this area, at least until they force England in their group’s final match to qualify. But their overall quality will say more often than not. They just need to tweak it a bit more to do it first.