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WI Women vs Aus Women

5 Sep 2019 - 18 Sep 2019

The ICC Women’s Championship is already going on since 2017, which is all set to determine the teams of the 2021 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup. Australia Women vs West Indies Women ODI matches will take place as a part of the same championship in West Indies from 5 September 2019. The teams will also face each other in 3 Women’s T20 Internationals as well, which will succeed the Women’s ODI series.


Austraila Women in West Indies 2019


The Australian Women’s team is unlikely to be affected by the outcome of the Aus Women vs WI Women ODI series as they have already qualified for the 2021 ICC Women’s World Cup, along with England. The ODI matches are set to take place at two stadiums in Antigua. The first match will take place at Coolidge Cricket Ground on 5 September 2019, whereas the next two matches will take place on 8 September 2019 and 11 September 2019 respectively, at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua.


Also see - WI Women vs AUS Women schedule


The Women’s T20I series will begin from 14 September 2019, and all 3 matches of the series are scheduled to be played at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown. The WT20 Internationals between Aus W and WI W will be Day/Night matches, starting from 1400 Hours UTC. Australia has avery impactful record against the West indian Women’s team and had won the last series in 2014 by a score of 4-0.


The Australian Women's Cricket team has already been selected for the series and have several new faces. Heather Graham, who was declared the Domestic Player of the Year in February 2019 has received a call up as a batting all-rounder. However, the other new entrant is the Australian Off Spinner, Erin Burns has been called up to strengthen the spin attack. These players will replace the senior players, Elyse Villani and Sophie Molineux, who have been given a break for the tour.


The Australian team will led by Meghann Lanning, with Rachael Hayens as her deputy. Alyssa Healy will be the main wicketkeeper for the Australian squad in both ODI and T20I series. On the other hand, the West Indies Women’s squad is yet to be finalised by the board. (As on Aug 27)


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