Women's T20 World Cup: Team India will compete with Australia, fascinating matches might be seen

by Jeremy Spirogis
India's cleanest city for 4th consecutive time

Team India will tackle hosts Australia on Sunday 8 March within the closing of the Women's T20 World Cup. The Indian crew has reached the ultimate of this World Cup for the primary time. Before the match, the essential assertion of Australia's main quick bowler Megan Shute got here.

Megan said- I don’t prefer to play towards India. The batsmen there all the time weigh on me.
Team India reached the ultimate on the premise of group factors within the semi-finals. His semi-final match towards England was canceled resulting from rain. At the identical time, Australia defeated South Africa based mostly on the Duckworth Lewis rule. This match was additionally affected by rain.

Megan wins the semi-finals
In the semi-finals, Australia gave South Africa a goal of 98 runs in 13 overs (Duckworth Lewis Revise Target). <! –

                 The African crew was defeated by 5 runs. Megan performed an essential function in Australia's victory. He took two early wickets for 17 runs. But, earlier than the ultimate towards Team India, this Pacer regarded nervous.

Shefali set 4 boundaries
India and Australia have been head to head within the first match of this World Cup. The younger Indian opener Shefali Verma had hit 4 boundaries in Megan's first over. In a dialog with the official web site of the ICC, Megan admitted that Team India's batting strikes them very aggressively. The quick bowler stated, 'I don't prefer to play towards Hindustan. His batsmen are very aggressive towards me.

Nobody hit me so lengthy
Recalling Shefali's batting within the first match, Megan stated, 'In that match, Shefali and Smriti had berated me. The sixes that Shefali had hit my ball, nobody else might have pitched towards me. She performs me a lot better in Powerplay. But, as a bowler, we are going to rethink our technique for the ultimate. We have performed an excessive amount of towards the Indian crew. Therefore, it’s not an enormous problem.

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