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Toss Winner - England Women won the toss and chose to bowl first
Australia Women beat England Women by 71 runs
Australia Women’s quest for record 7th title
Australia Women to win
Tournament: ICC Womens World Cup 2022 | Format: ODI | Venue: Hagley Oval, Christchurch, New Zealand | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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After 30 games that have seen hard cricket being played, we are into the final of the ICC Women's World Cup 2022. Pre-tournament favorites Australia Women come here with a massive win against West Indies Women and they would be aiming for their 7th title in this game. Defending champions England Women defeated South Africa Women to qualify for this game.
Australia Women have been on a roll and the side hasn’t lost a game in the tournament. They have an excellent record against the English side in recent years and have won the last 10 games between the two teams. England comes here winning the last five games and we expect to see a cracker of a contest with the top two sides in the world playing for the title.
It has been a well-executed campaign for Meg Lanning’s side, and she has been an inspiration leading from the front. The side has made a dominant entry into the finals defeating West Indies Women by 157 runs in a one-sided game. All their wins have been convincing, and the side looks in excellent form. Lanning would look to make use of the momentum here and take her side to a record 7th title.
Openers Alyssa Healy and Rachael Haynes set up a 216-run stand in the last game and they would look to put up similar performances here. Lanning has been in the form of her life, and she will look to add runs in the middle order with Ashleigh Gardner and Beth Mooney. The team enjoys good depth in batting with the trio of Tahlia McGrath, Annabel Sutherland, and Jess Jonassen to follow.
Megan Schutt has bowled tight lines in the tournament and the side would like her to grab early wickets opening the bowling with Darcie Brown. Jonassen has been the best bowler for the side in this event and she will look to keep the opponents under check in the middle overs. Sutherland, Gardner, Tahlia McGrath, and Alana King offer a lot of bowling options for the skipper.
Meg Lanning (c), Alyssa Healy (wk), Rachael Haynes, Beth Mooney, Tahlia McGrath, Annabel Sutherland, Ashleigh Gardner, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown
Meg Lanning, Beth Mooney, Megan Schutt, Jess Jonassen, Darcie Brown, Alana King, Tahlia McGrath, Ellyse Perry, Ashleigh Gardner, Alyssa Healy, Rachael Haynes
Heather Knight would be proud of the way her side has played in the last five games after the disastrous start which saw them losing the first three games. It was a great effort from the defending champions in the semifinal. The 137-run victory would give them the right kind of momentum as they take on Australians who have looked unstoppable in the season so far.
The side would be happy with the form of their openers Tammy Beaumont and Danielle Wyatt with Wyatt hitting an impressive hundred in the last game. They have a steady middle-order with Knight, Natalie Sciver, and Amy Ellen Jones scoring runs in the last few games. They would need strong hands from Amy Ellen Jones. Sophia Dunkley and Sophie Ecclestone have to play well given Australia’s bowling depth.
Katherine Brunt was brilliant in the last game, and she has to play a lead role in this game sharing the new ball with Anya Shrubsole. Ecclestone’s 6-wicket haul in the last game would add to her confidence as she takes on some of the best hitters in the game. Kate Cross, Charlotte Dean, and Sciver will have to play important roles for the side to cause the biggest upset in the tournament.
Heather Knight (c), Tammy Beaumont, Danielle Wyatt, Natalie Sciver, Amy Jones (wk), Sophia Dunkley, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross, Charlotte Dean, Anya Shrubsole
Danielle Wyatt, Sophia Dunkley Brown, Anya Shrubsole, Sophie Ecclestone, Charlotte Dean, Kate Cross, Amy Ellen Jones, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, Katherine Brunt
The weather would be partly cloudy at Christchurch on April 3 and we expect to see some movement off the surface early in the game. Batting conditions would be good as the wicket has been flat in most games that have been played here. The side batting first would be happy to have 270 runs on the board in this high-pressure contest.
Hagley Oval, Christchurch is a small ground and has short square boundaries. Batters can score big runs at this venue. However, the wicket does offer movement for the fast bowlers and there is good bounce on this surface. It is a challenging venue for the spinners as shorter boundaries don’t allow them any margin for error.
The wicket is known for offering assistance to the bowlers early in the game. The conditions ease as the game progresses which we have seen in most of the games that have been played here. The side winning the toss would want to take advantage of the conditions by opting to bowl first.
It would be a fitting game as the best two sides have qualified for the final. Both teams come into this contest with big wins. England Women have momentum on their side and have to win the mental battle in this game. They haven’t defeated Australia since 2017 and they can’t let this dominate their mind. Australia Women have been clinical since the start of the tournament. They are in great form with the bat and the ball and have lost just one game in the last four years. They shall start favorites in this contest.
Australia Women to win
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