ICCWomen’s World Cup Final: Australia vs. England: PM Modi Sends Best Wishes To Australia Ahead Of The Final
Prime Minister Narendra Modi saluted Group Australia on coming to the ultimate of the 2017 ICC Women’s; ODI World Cup on Saturday. PM Modi made the comments amid the marking of a point of interest exchange assention with Australia; which points to reinforce financial joins between the two nations. ICCWomen’s World Cup Final: Australia vs. England: PM Modi Sends Best Wishes To Australia Ahead Of The Final
“I’d like to praise and wish Australia’s women’s group all the finest in tomorrow’s ICC Women’s ODI World Cup last;” Prime Serve Modi stated. England and Australia will meet in an ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup last for the; primary time in 34 a long time, in spite of having; won 10 of the past 11 World Cups between them.
The main game of the 2022 tournament will be held at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch; with Australia aiming for a record-extending eighth victory and England defending their crown.
The two teams began their seasons about a month ago in Hamilton and will finish them together; with one clutching the trophy and the other watching.
Although Australia has only lost one World Cup final, it was not far from the setting for Sunday’s match. In 2000, Australia lost the tournament’s closest final, defeating New Zealand by four runs; at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln, just down the road from Christchurch.
That year, England finished fifth in the World Cup for the first time; before coming back to win the trophy from Australia in 2009.
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They would go on to have a fantastic year, winning the T20 World Cup; for the first and only time, as well as the Ashes. Australia is seeking to duplicate that achievement 13 years later; they already have the T20 trophy, which they won on home soil in 2020 before winning; the Ashes with two games to spare in February, but the one-day World Cup eludes them.
Rachael Haynes, the vice-captain, already has a winner’s gold from 2013; and she’s on her way to breaking the competition record. The opening batter currently has 429 runs for the tournament; just 27 behind Debbie Hockley of New Zealand’s all-time best set in 1997.
On Sunday, Sophie Ecclestone has a chance to eclipse Australian Lyn Fullston’s 23-wicket haul from 1982; which remains the benchmark to beat. Australia vs. England in the ICCWomen’s World Cup Final: PM Modi Sends Best Wishes To Australia Ahead Of The Final
Ecclestone has 20 wickets after taking her maiden international five-wicket haul against; South Africa in the semi-final, finishing with six for 36, the highest; statistics by an England bowler in a World Cup; as the 2022 edition continues to be bigger and better than anything we’ve seen before.
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The left-arm spinner exemplifies England’s journey through the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup; 2022 by peaking at precisely the right time.
The 22-year-old got off to a bad start in ODI cricket, taking no wicket for 77 runs against; the same opponents she’ll face on Sunday.