In the wake of losing to India Women in their opening match of the Women’s T20 World Cup that they are facilitating, Australia Women endured another alarm however had the option to beat that to acquire their first win of the competition.
Some solid bowling endeavors permitted Australia to confine Sri Lanka Women to 122/6 yet some poor batting from the top request left Australia in a difficult situation in their answer as they were diminished to 10/3.
It was down to captain Meg Lanning and Rachael Haynes to uncover their side from underneath a gap as they joined for 95 with Lanning staying unbeaten on 41 to direct her side to a five-wicket win yet the Australians just figured out how to outperform their objective with three balls remaining.
Bangladesh Women put forth a valiant effort against India Women in their opening match of the Women’s T20 World Cup at the end of the day missed the mark as they neglected to score rapidly enough with the bat.
The Bangladeshi bowling unit made a strong showing in all cases as they had the option to confine India to 142/6 and in spite of the fact that that all out was never going to be anything but difficult to pursue down, they got each opportunity of doing as such.
A moderate beginning to their innings made their errand troublesome and in spite of giving indications of a fightback, they couldn’t get control the run-rate over and missed the mark by 18 runs yet Bangladesh will be content with their exertion in that challenge and realize they have something to expand on.
Australia Women dominated their first match of the competition yet were made to buckle down for it and the safeguarding champions realize that they need to extraordinarily improve. They glanced in a tough situation after the loss of three early wickets in their offer to pursue Sri Lanka Women’s aggregate down yet Meg Lanning created a chief’s thump to direct her side to the success.
They presently face Bangladesh Women who will hold no dread in front of this game however the hosts are probably going to come great in the near future and that ought to be the situation here in what is set to be an agreeable triumph.