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Toss Winner - Australia Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Australia Women beat Barbados Women by 9 wickets
Test for Barbados’ batting line-up against Aussies
Australia Women to win
Tournament: Commonwealth Games Womens Cricket Competition 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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We expect to see a close contest in the 6th game of the Commonwealth Games Women's Cricket Competition 2022. World champions Australia Women would look to continue with their supremacy as they take on Barbados Women. Both sides have started the tournament on a positive note. Australia defeated India while Barbados Women defended a low total to win against Pakistan Women.
Barbados Women will have to score at a faster pace as their batters struggled in the last game. They would face a better bowling attack and the Australian bowlers are likely to test their mental strength. The Aussies have hardly lost anything in the last two years, and it would be a tough challenge for the young side from Barbados to get past the finishing line in this game.
Meg Lanning’s side was put to test in the last game by the Indians, but the World Champions held onto their nerves and won the game by 3 wickets. Their top order did badly, and the Aussie skipper would like to put that behind. She leads a side of match-winners and shall hunt for the second consecutive win which will take them closer to a semifinal berth.
Beth Mooney and Alyssa Healy didn’t score too many runs in the last game, and they would aim for a good show here. The middle order also went out cheaply and runs would be expected from the bats of Meg Lanning, Tahlia McGrath, and Rachael Haynes. Ashleigh Gardner played a match-winning knock, and she would be confident. They have depth in the line-up with Grace Harris and Jess Jonassen in the team.
Darcie Brown didn’t get her lines right in the last game and she would like to strike early alongside Megan Schutt. Gardner bowled well and she would look to do the same in the middle overs with Jess Jonassen, and Alana King. With McGrath in the mix, the bowling attack has a good variety to take on Barbados.
Meg Lanning (c), Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Tahlia McGrath, Rachael Haynes, Ashleigh Gardner, Grace Harris, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown
Grace Harris, Meg Lanning, Beth Mooney, Megan Schutt, Jess Jonassen, Darcie Brown, Alana King, Tahlia McGrath, Ashleigh Gardner, Alyssa Healy, Rachael Haynes
Hayley Matthews led from the front in the last game to take her side to a 15-run victory against Pakistan Women. But this would be a different ball game as they play against the strongest side in the competition. Their batters shall have to score at a faster pace and bowling attacks needs to be on their toes for the side to win this contest.
Haley Matthews played well but she would have to score at a better rate opening the batting with Deandra Dottin. Kycia Knight looks in good form and the side would expect her to anchor the innings with Kyshona Knight and Aaliyah Alleyne. Barbados would also need quick runs from Trishan Holder and Alisa Scantlebury as the Australian bowlers are likely to make it tough for them in this game.
The bowling attack looked good against Pakistan, and they would have to continue with the same show. Early wickets from Shamilia Connell and Shanika Bruce shall put the side in a good position. Matthew bowled well in the last game and so did Alleyne and they have to repeat the magic. Dottin and Shakera Selman must keep the scoring under check for the side to win.
Hayley Matthews (c), Deandra Dottin, Kycia Knight (wk), Kyshona Knight, Aaliyah Alleyne, Trishan Holder, Alisa Scantlebury, Shakera Selman, Shamilia Connell, Aaliyah Williams, Shanika Bruce
Shamilia Connell, Kycia Knight, Trishan Holder, Keila Elliott, Hayley Matthews, Kyshona Knight, Aaliyah Alleyne, Deandra Dottin, Shakera Selman, Alisa Scantlebury, Shanika Bruce
The skies over Birmingham would be clear on July 31. The batting surface would be flat, but it is likely to be dual paced where the ball would stop on the batters occasionally. Bowlers are likely to perform better than in afternoon games. A score of 160 runs would a fighting total on this surface.
Edgbaston, Birmingham is a good batting surface as the wicket here is flat. The ball hits the bat hard, but it can occasionally surprise the batters. Fast bowlers generate pace and bounce from this track in the early overs. Spinners have had a tough time on this track as the ball doesn’t turn a lot.
In the last evening game that was played here, we saw slightly more difficult batting conditions than the afternoon game. The side batting second on such wickets always has an advantage. Hence, both the captains won’t face a dilemma at the toss and are likely to opt for bowling first.
Barbados Women come here with a win, but they face a formidable opponent in Australia. Their batters would have to score quick runs against a bowling attack that is known for troubling opponents. The Australians had their troubles with the bat in the last game and the side would look to get over it here. They have depth in their batting, and this would put them ahead of Barbados Women in this game.
Australia Women to win
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