CM – India vs Australia: All-round hosts beat Mithali Raj and Co. to claim 25th ODI win at trot – Firstcricket News, Firstpost


Mackay: India’s weaknesses in the batting and bowling department were exposed when mighty Australia gave visitors a nine-wicket hideout in the first women’s ODI to extend their record winning streak to 25 games.

India, who aim to regularly post over 250 to challenge Australia, only managed 225 for eight in an innings that never got the right momentum.

Skipper Mithali Raj (61 of 107) posted her fifth Fifty in a row, which was also her 59th overall, while the other contributions from debutants Yastika Bhatia (35 of 51), Richa Ghosh (32 not of 29) and veteran pacemaker Jhulan Goswami. came (20 of 24).

Australia shot down the target in 41 overs when India went bowling with teeth missing to worry them. The four-time World Cup winner last lost an ODI in October 2017.

Opener Rachael Haynes remained unbeaten at 93 when Australia won with nine wickets. Photo credit: Twitter / @ AusCricketWomen

After a quiet start of 30 runs in eight overs, Australian openers Alyssa Healy (77 of 77) and Rachael Haynes (93 not of 100) switched gears to run away with the game.

Healy was the aggressor on her 126-run stand with her dominating stroke that comprised eight fours and a couple of sixes. She was eventually caught in the middle trying to knock another out of the ground, the Leggie Poonam Yadav’s.

Haynes and skipper Meg Lanning (53, not of 69) then shared a 101 run stand and took Australia to take home for an overwhelming victory.
India, which has three debutants in the game, including Ghosh, Yastika and pace driver Mansi Singh, has a lot to think about and plan for the second ODI of the three-game series.

The decision to join the team with three all-rounders in Sneh Grabbing Rana, Deepti Sharma and Pooja Vastrakar and leaving out a specialized left-arm spinner didn’t work for India.

Megha impressed with her ability to swing the ball, while Jhulan bowled properly as usual, but India could Never put Australia under pressure.

On the batting front, visitors would not have exceeded the 220-run mark had it not been for the eight-wicket stand of 45 runs between Jhulan and Ghosh, which was selected before Taniya Bhatia to add the much-needed firepower.

India’s opening players Shafali Verma (8) and Smriti Mandhana (16), on whom the team relies heavily for a brisk start, died after crossing some boundaries n. You have to be consistent in the future.

The bowlers have recognized the obvious weakness in Shafali’s game and do not offer forefootballs. The 17-year-old died again from a short ball while the wicketkeeper collected the catch on the side of the leg of pacemaker Darcie Brown.

Brown (4/33) was the standout bowler for Australia, while debutante Hannah Darlington (2/29 ) and Sophie Molineux (2/39) each took a pair.

Mithali was hit on the helmet by a bouncer from Ellyse Perry, but she kept hitting.

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Regarding the upcoming series, Healy said the Indian team’s unpredictability made them dangerous.

The 19-year-old, who was the hosts’ choice of bowlers thanks to her sensational 3 for 38, helped Australia inflict a 36-heat loss on tourists in Saturday’s 50-over warm-up game in Brisbane.

Head coach Matthew Mott said Vlaeminck, who did not bowle Thursday, would be the only player unavailable for next week’s ODIs in Mackay and the subsequent Gold Coast Test.

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