ICC Women’s World T20 Final: Australia Take on England

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ICC Women World T20 Australia Vs England final match details:

  • Australia and England will compete in the final of the women’s world T20 on Sunday, November 25
  • The match will be played at 5:30 am IST with the toss at 5:15 am. Pre-match coverage will begin at 5:00 am on Star Sports 1, Sect/HD
  • Australia defeated West Indies while England got the better of India to reach the summit clash

icc women world t20 australia vs england final match

ICC Women World T20 Australia Vs England final match will be held on Sunday, 25th November with the two sides taking on each other in the title-deciding encounter. A tournament that has exceeded expectations, giving us some fantastic matches of cricket and brilliant individual performances will come to an end tomorrow with both the countries expected to play out another crack jacker of a match.

A history that dates back to 1934 when both the sides played in the first ever women’s international match will see England and Australia lock horns against each other in their seventh global final. In what is the oldest rivalry in women’s cricket, both sides will spare no expense to get their hands on the glistening trophy come match number 23 of the T20 world cup.

England captain Heather Knight on the rivalry: “You can’t really ignore that it’s the old enemy, can you? It’s probably the two best teams in the world historically over the last few years, and we’ve had some amazing games of cricket recently.

“We had the Ashes series we drew out in Australia and a really good T20 series out there for us, where we won 2-1, and the game to finish off the series was a real thriller.”

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For Australia, things have clicked perfectly this world cup. A squad that boasts of one of the best T20 line-ups in world cricket sees Elyse Perry coming in as low as Number 7 gives Australia great depth in the batting line-up. Alyssa Healy has been in terrific form at the top of the order and will hold the key to Australia’s charge when it comes to putting on a huge total once again.

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Complementing the batting order beautifully has been the bowling unit who most recently delivered an enthralling performance to take out hosts West Indies. However, England is no walk-overs themselves with the current ODI champions looking to become the second English side since 2009 to hold the ODI and T20 world cup titles concurrently.

On a pitch that is supposed to be a replica of the semi-finals, left arm-spinners from both sides will play an integral role in their team’s fortunes. For England will be 21-year-old Kirstie Gordon and for Australia will be 20-year-old Sophie Molineux. Gordon, whose international career began just 11 days ago, is the leading wicket-taker for her side this world cup.

While Australia will hold a slight edge over England going into the encounter of the showpiece, premium women’s T20 tournament, England will go into the encounter with a recent series win against Australia. Having defeated their opponents 2-1 in the women’s Ashes, chasing down a record total in the series decider, England knows that the opportunity to become supreme champions in the white ball format is a real one.

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