The Women’s T20 Tri-series final will be played tomorrow (March 31) between England and Australia. Both the teams will lock horns for the final at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai. The match will start at 10:00 AM Local. Out of the three teams, India Women got out of the competition due to the poor outing in the entire series. The hosts only managed to win 1 game out of the 4 played. Australia Women tops the points table.
AU-W: W, L, W, W
EN-W: W, W, L, L
The same playing 11 is expected for Australia that fielded in their previous encounter against England Women. Beth Mooney who missed the last game will play this match. No injuries were reported and management has also not released any statement about team change as well.
England Women has failed to score in the last two games. So, they might undergo one or two changes.
Heather Knight (c), Danielle Wyatt, Tash Farrant, Amy Ellen Jones (wk), Fran Wilson, Tammy Beaumont, Natalie Sciver, Alice Davidson Richards, Danielle Hazell, Alex Hartley, Katie George
Meg Lanning (c), Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Rachael Haynes, Amanda Wellington, Jess Jonassen, Megan Schutt, Elyse Villani, Alyssa Healy (wk), Delissa Kimmince, Ashleigh Gardner,
Beth Mooney is the most run-scorer in the series for Australia women. Vice-captain Rachael Haynes, Elyse Villani, and skipper Meg Lanning have also played match-winning knocks in this series. In bowling, Megan Schutt and D Kimmince have been wonderful. A lot will depend upon their performance.
England has lost its last two games. Earlier, opener D Wyatt was looking in great touch with the bat. She scored a century in the third game against India. Tammy Beaumont and Natalie Sciver have also contributed with the bat. N Sciver and D Hazell are the leading wicket-takers for England.
Australia Women and England Women will face each other for the final tomorrow. In their two previous encounters in this series, one has been won by England women while the other by Australia women. Moreover, Australia sits at the top of the points table with 3 wins in 4 matches. After starting the tournament with two consecutive wins, England women has failed to carry forward their momentum. They were bundled out for 96 against Australia Women and 107 against India in their last two encounters. Australia women, on the opposite, is looking quite strong and will be favorites.
Disclaimer- The AU-W vs EN-W match preview we are providing here is based on our research and analysis. Management will have the final call. We urge you to choose your playing 11. Also, hit the bell icon to never miss an update from us.