Match Details

AUSW vs BANW 2nd T20, AUSW vs BANW 2024

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BANW
103-920.0
Australia Women won by 58 runs πŸ†
AUSW
20.0161-8
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F Trisna Logo
F Trisna Jersy
4s: 0
6s: 0
SR:100.00
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R Khan Logo
R Khan Jersy

14

(17)

R Khan
14(17)
4s: 1
6s: 0
SR:82.35
M Schutt Logo
M Schutt Jersy

2-31

(3.0)

M Schutt

2-31(3.0)
Econ: 10.33
18th Over:
1
0
W
1
0
2
 
= 4
Last Over:
1
0
1
1
2
0
 
= 5
This Over:
1
2
1
W
1
4
 
= 9
BANWBANW - 2nd Innings
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6 Over 3140
10 Over 6548
15 Over 7382
AUSWAUSW - 1st Innings
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6 Over 4940
10 Over 6994
15 Over 141129
20 Over 184161

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That's it from this game. Do join us for more cricketing actions across the globe in our network and across formats. For now, this is Ayan Chatterjee signing off on behalf of my co-commentators Soumarya Dutta and Gourav Samal alongside scorer/analyst Yogesh Kumar. Stay safe, happy, and cool. Goodbye and CHEERS!  
Alyssa Healy (Australia Women Captain): "It’s pleasing how we are playing, more than the results. Good to see players grabbing the opportunity provided to them today. (About the new batting line up) We are looking at different options, because the World Cup is coming and we need to be ready with all sorts of possibilities if any need arises. To be honest, we were 20-runs short of what we had expected to post in the first innings. The wicket helped them (the spinners) a lot and they have been outstanding for us in this tour."
Georgia Wareham (Player of the Match): "Trying to. Making the most of my opportunity batting and batting up the order. Yes, I was told at the start of the series and wanted to have fun out there and changing things up. Yes, I got few opportunities with the bat and for coaches to back me is great to see. Yes, I mean testament to the guys who work hard and play well all the time. Sophie was magnificent today so happy with the win."  
Player of the Match: Georgia Wareham.  
Nigar Sultana (Bangladesh Women Captain) | "For the first ten overs they (Australia) batted very well. Once it looked like they would go for a score of 200 but we bowled well in the next ten overs to restrict them. We also had a good start in the second innings but we lost regular wickets that affected our chase. She (Fariha Trisna) came back to the team after a long time and how she bowled it was really commendable."  
Time for the presentations.  
14:40 IST and 15:10 Local time - Bangladesh end up with exactly 103 runs on the board and Australia have romped home again to a convincing 58 run win. Bangladesh collapsed yet again after a good start and in the end it was a clinical bowling effort from Australia that saw them over the line. Rabeya Khan and Farina Trisna saved the blushes as they remained unbeaten in the end and Bangladesh weren't bowled out. It was opener Dilara Akter who ended up as the top scorer for the hosts with her fluent 27 run knock up front.

Bangladesh started off with a bang as Dilhara Akter struck a flurry of boundaries early on in the innings. She put on a good partnership with Murshida Khatun initially but the joy didn't last long for the hosts as they lost a wicket at the end of the powerplay. It triggered a  collapse as the spinners came into the attack for the Aussies and the trio of Wareham, Molineux and Gardner picked up a wicket each to have Bangladesh reeling at four down by the end of the halfway stage.

Fahima Khatun and Shorna Akhter led the fightback as they put up a partnership. They played the big shots to up the ante a bit but it didn't last long as Ashleigh Gardner came back into the attack to get rid of Khatun. It left Bangladesh with a mountain to climb as they needed to get 80 runs from the final five overs of the innings and the wickets kept tumbling for them.

It was spin to win all the way for Australia as their spinners did an outstanding job in the middle overs. Sophie Molineux and Ashleigh Gardner triggered the collapse as they ended up with three wickets each in their spell. Quick bowler Megan Schutt was a bit expensive initially but she picked up a couple of wickets while Georgia Wareham also got one. 
OVER 20
Bangladesh Women
103/9
Rabeya Khan
14(17)
Fariha Trisna
1(1)
Megan Schutt
2-31(3.0)
19.6 M Schutt to R Khan
4 FOUR RUNS! Fuller length angling in around off, Rabeya looks to swing and gets an inside edge past Healy who was upto the stumps. The ball goes away to the fine leg fence for a boundary to end the over and the match as well. Australia win the game easily in the end. 
19.5 M Schutt to F Trisna
1 Fuller on off, Fariha Trishna lofts it over the bowler's head, towards long-on for a single. 
Fariha Trishna comes into bat at no.11 for Bangladesh. 
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  • MATCHES6
  • RUNS1
  • SR25.00
  • AVG1.00
19.4 M Schutt to M Akter
W WICKET! STUMPED! Good length delivery angling in, Marufa comes down the track and misses. The ball is collected by Healy who whips off the bails. Akter is short of her ground as the 9th wicket goes down for Bangladesh Women. 
19.3 M Schutt to R Khan
1 Fuller on middle and off, Rabeya khan drives it towards long-on region for a single to go off strike. 
19.2 M Schutt to R Khan
2 Fuller length outside off, Rabeya sweeps it away to deep square leg where the fielder dives but the ball lands in front of her. The batters get two runs. 
19.1 M Schutt to M Akter
1 A single to start the proceedings in the final over. Pitched up on off, Akter slaps it towards long-off region for one run. 
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