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Women’s Ashes: ENGW v AUSW 3rd T20I Preview Dream11. England Women vs Australia Women 3rd T20I Preview Dream11 Prediction July 31st 2019

Preview written by Aaron Murphy

Even Australian captain Meg Lanning can’t believe the 12-2 scoreline going into the third and final T20I in Bristol on Wednesday: “It does surprise me a little bit … but it speaks volumes for how much our team has developed over the last six months and potentially how important our professional setup is back home.”

Neither country has completed an Ashes series with fewer than four points since the introduction of the multi-format series, so it seems only fitting that a team that has been demolishing records along the way – be it Ellyse Perry’s 7/22 or Meg Lanning’s 133* – condemns England to their worst result ever.

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Key to an England win

England have had few opportunities gifted to them by their professional and classy opposition. But, when they have had the chance to take control, they have handed it back tamely. Tammy Beaumont threw her wicket away within an over of being dropped by Beth Mooney, while they failed to take a single wicket after restricting Australia’s chase to 35 for 3. 

The gulf in quality continues to widen since the last 50-over World Cup. England will no doubt be throwing absolutely everything they have left at this final T20I, though morale is said to be mortally deficient after weeks of bruising defeats. It is more evident than ever that England will need to be on their game for the full 40 overs to take this one out.

Key to an Australia win

Australia haven’t let their guards down – bar the first portion of their chase in the second T20I – so it’s hard to envisage them doing so here. They have been relentless, focused on tight bowling and fielding, with their incredible batting depth getting them out of any trouble they may find themselves in.

Possible Playing 11

England may be tempted to give a cap to Essex’s Mady Villiers in a desperate search for victory. Comments from Australian coach Matthew Mott suggest they won’t be relenting when it comes to the final match of the tour. 

England: 1. Danielle Wyatt, 2. Amy Jones (wk), 3. Tammy Beaumont, 4. Nat Sciver, 5. Heather Knight (c), 6. Lauren Winfield, 7. Katherine Brunt, 8. Georgia Elwiss, 9. Sophie Ecclestone, 10. Laura Marsh, 11. Kate Cross

Australia: 1. Alyssa Healy (wk), 2. Beth Mooney, 3. Meg Lanning (c), 4. Ash Gardner, 5. Ellyse Perry, 6. Rachael Haynes, 7. Sophie Molineux, 8. Jess Jonassen, 9. Georgia Wareham, 10. Delissa Kimmince, 11. Megan Schutt

Dream11 Prediction

Option 1

ENGW v AUSW 3rd T20I Preview Dream11. England Women vs Australia Women 3rd T20I Preview Dream11 Prediction July 31st 2019. Possible Playing 11 Match Prediction
Women’s Ashes: ENGW v AUSW 3rd T20I Preview Dream11

Option 2

ENGW v AUSW 3rd T20I Preview Dream11. England Women vs Australia Women 3rd T20I Preview Dream11 Prediction July 31st 2019. Possible Playing 11 Match Prediction
Women’s Ashes: ENGW v AUSW 3rd T20I Preview Dream11

Stats and Facts

  • The average first innings WT20I score at Bristol is 150.
  • Four of the last five women’s limited overs matches at Bristol have been won by the team chasing. 
  • Heather Knight has reached 20 just once this Ashes series.
  • Meg Lanning has scored 333 runs in T20Is against England since being last dismissed back in 2016.
  • Ellyse Perry is the first and only player – male or female – to have registered the 1000 run-100 wicket double in T20Is.
  • Perry vs Amy Jones in Ashes 2019: 25 balls, 5 runs scored, 4 wickets.

Match Prediction

England almost had Australia on the ropes in game two and still lost comprehensively. Despite my best efforts to picture England salvaging their first limited overs victory, it is likely going to require some kind of superhuman effort from one or more of the Lionesses – something that has so far escaped them across six matches.

Preview written by Aaron Murphy

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Charbel is the owner & founder of cricblog.net, based in Sydney, Australia. He started the website to fulfill his love for the game of cricket. Charbel has also been featured on other publications including OP India, Times of India, and The Roar, among others. For any story tips or questions, you can contact Charbel at charbelcoorey@cricblog.net.

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