Women’s T20 World Cup: Australia elected to bat first after winning toss against India

Ind vs Aus

Australia and India, two of the world’s top women’s cricket teams, will face off in the semifinals for the coveted title.

Given the talent at their disposal, Australia would be seeking to score more than 180 runs in their allotted 20 overs after winning the toss and choosing to bat first.

India, on the other hand, is playing without Pooja Vastrakar since Sneha Rana has been added to the team in her place.

India has played against Australia in T2OI cricket on a few occasions and defeated the latter with a narrow margin.

Generally, Australia has a stronger record against India, and they hope to add another win to their collection.

The Women’s Big Bash League has been extremely beneficial to many players, and Australian cricketers set the standard for T20I cricket.

On the other end of the spectrum, India launched the WPL full-fledged edition on March 4th, 2022 in Mumbai, which will enhance women’s cricket and the talent pool of Indian cricket in the years to come.

India had to playing exceptional cricket today against Kangaroos to emerge as the winner as the later have top class players in their arsenal across all diverse role and they bat deep which Women in Blue have to counter to become star in this ongoing game.