England-W vs Australia-W 3rd ODI Women’s Ashes 2019

England-W vs Australia-W 3rd ODI Women’s Ashes 2019 Match Preview England Women and Australia Women would lock horns against each other in third and final ODI on July 7 at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury on Sunday. Australia is coming after defeating England Women in the second one day international at Leicester by four wickets and are even leading the series by 2-0. Australia would be looking forward to cleaning sweet England when they will meet in the third ODI, Whereas England would try all the possible ways to stop Australia from winning this encounter. England-W vs Australia-W 3rd ODI Women’s Ashes 2019 Team News - Australia is expected to make no changes to their playing 11 after winning two matches back to

England-W vs Australia-W 2nd ODI Women’s Ashes 2019

Match Preview It is the Women's Ashes 2019 series. In this series, the England vs Australia will be playing on coming Thursday second ODI match out of three ODI matches. In the first ODI, the England team lost the match against Australia Women. In that match, the England Women blower Ellyse Perry took three-wicket from seven overs and Megan Schutt and Jess Jonassen also took two-wicket each. On the batting side, Natalie Sciver has scored half-century. In that match, the England team blower played well but their batting side was fall of wickets continuously without scoring runs. England & Australia Team News - Australia would not make any changes to their winning combination but would be more prepared for this encounter. Amy

England-W vs Australia-W 1st ODI Women’s Ashes 2019

Match Preview England Women's bid to reclaim the Women's Ashes start with an WODI series, which kicks off at Grace Road, Leicester. World champions England are in good WODI form, having thrashed West Indies Women in their most recent series. Australia beat New Zealand 3-0 last time out, however, and have not lost a WODI since England's one win in the last Women's Ashes in Australia.   England Team News - Heather Knight is back from injury and will lead the side Amy Jones continuing as wicket-keeper ahead of Sarah Taylor. Kate Cross retaining her place in the bowling attack. Katie George was expensive with the ball, however, and that could mean Katherine Brunt being restored to the starting XI. Fran Wilson