After taking an unassailable 2–0 lead in the 3-match T20 series, the Australian women want to wrap up the series in style, picking up the New Zealand women in the final T20 at Allan Border Field. The match will start at 1:45 pm local time.
Like the women of the West Indies, who are against the women of England in England, the women of New Zealand have also failed to meet the conditions. They failed to deliver against Australian bowling and are consequently making a clean sweep 3–0. It is not that New Zealand batsmen have not got a start, players like Suzy Bates, Amy Satterthwaite and Sophie Devine have mixed themselves up, but none have been made to grow. Australia on the other hand has excelled in the series. While Ashley Garner, Alyssa Healy and Rachel Haynes have performed with the bat, Delissa Kimmins and Georgia Wareham have performed exceptionally in the bowling department. For New Zealand if they want to get out of this Australian unit, they will need their top batsmen to show up.
Sophie Devine (c),Amy Satterthwaite, Katie Martin (wk), Amelia Kerr, Hayley Jensen, Lauren Downs, Maddy Green, Suzie Bates, Katie Perkins, Rosemary Mayer, Lee Tahu
AUSW vs NZW 3rd T20 Today Match Prediction -Who Will Win
Both teams have enough firepower in the kitty but New Zealand women feel they are still suffering from jet lag. The batsmen have not been distributed at all, which has been a major concern for them. Having already won the series, Australia can try their bench strength, which will give the New Zealand women a bit more chance. After being told that, if they want to win the match, they have to score big runs and they should be ready for a white wash. So far, Australia’s women are big favorites to win matches.
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