AUS W VS NZ W MATCH PREVIEW AND PLAYER ANALYSIS

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AUS W VS NZ W HEAD TO HEAD :

Total number of matches played: 41

Matches won by AUS W : 21

Matches won by NZ W: 19

Matches played in Australia :  25 (AUS W 15, NZ W  9)

Matches played IN New Zealand : 11  (AUS W 3, NZ W 7) N/R – 1

Most runs for NZ W : 911 (Suzie Bates  )

Most runs for AUS W : 489 (Mag Lanning )

Most wickets for NZ W: 24 (Sophie Devine )

Most wickets for AUS W : 18 ( Megan Schutt )

Last 5 T20Is head to head, Australia W leads 5-0.

All the matches will be played in a bio-secure environment at the Allan Border Field in  Brisbane with a limited number of spectators allowed to attend.

Recent form:

AU-W: W W W W W

NZ-W: L W W L W

Megan Schutt – 13 wickets in her last 5 T20Is for Aus W.

WARM UP MATCH

Scorecard of the 40-over warm-up match between Australia and New Zealand at Brisbane’s Allan Border Field

RESULT: Australia win by 11 runs

Australia INNINGS

R Haynes  – 54 (45b, 11×4)

A Healy  – 0 (8b)

M Lanning  – 9 (8b, 2×4)

B Mooney retired   – 80 (86b, 9×4)

S Molineux  – 57 (60b, 7×4)

A Gardner – 18* (18b, 2×4)

A Sutherland  – 1 (3b)

T McGrath – 10 (5b, 2×4)

E Burns – 9 (5b, 2×4)

G Wareham – 1* (1b)

DNB: M Strano, M Brown, B Vakarewa

TOTAL: 8-247 (40 overs)

NZ W Bowling

R Mair: 5.5-0-30-0

H Huddleston: 5-1-23-2 (2wd)

J Kerr: 2-0-17-0 (1wd)

S Devine: 2-0-8-0

H Jensen: 5-0-34-0

M Green: 5-0-33-1

S Bates: 4-1-21-0

L Tahuhu: 4-0-27-2 (1wd, 1nb)

A Kerr: 4.1-0-36-2

J Watkin: 3-0-15-0

New Zealand Inning

S Bates  – 16 (17b, 4×4)

L Down  – 2 (5b)

A Satterthwaite  – 48 (55b, 6×4)

S Devine  – 89 (73b, 8×4, 4×6)

M Green – 5 (12b)

K Martin – 15 (16b, 2×4)

A Kerr – 24 (25b,1×4)

H Jensen c – 24 (16b, 3×4)

K Perkins – 4 (6b)

N Dodd – 0* (0b)

L Tahuhu – 3 (4b)

DNB: H Huddleston, J Kerr, R Mair, H Rowe, D Doughty, J Watkin

TOTAL: 236 (38.1 overs)

Aus w bowling

M Brown: 5-0-43-0

B Vakarewa: 6-1-31-2

T McGrath: 5-0-37-0

G Wareham: 6-0-37-1 (1wd)

A Sutherland: 3-0-24-0 (1wd)

S Molineux: 7-0-29-5 (2wd)

A Gardner: 3-0-16-0

M Strano: 3-0-17-2

Allan Border Field Brisbane Pitch and Weather Report:

The Allan Border Field track is usually on the slower side. In the men’s domestic one day (50 overs) competition in 2019, the average first innings score was 227.25 in four matches, with the chasing team winning all four matches. In the Women’s Big Bash League 2019, the average first innings score was 141.25 in eight matches. The chasing team won seven times in those eight matches.

The weather forecast looks outstanding, with a temperature of 25 degrees and sunshineh

AUS Women’s :
T20 World Cup champions Australia will return to cricketing action for the first time since their title triumph in March when they host New Zealand in the first game of the three-match T20I series on Saturday .

  • B Mooney, M Lanning and A Healy are their most important batters. Most of the scoring will be done by these 3 only. B Mooney and M Lanning were in very good form in the WC.
  • A Gardner(Hard hitting, hit or miss) and R Haynes(Good batsman but gets less chance to bat) are also decent batters.
  • Sophie Molineux, Jess Jonassen and A Sutherland can bat also.
  • Most probably Jess Jonassen and Sophie Molineux will lead the spin attack of the team while Wareham/Strano will assist them. Jonassen is one of the top spinners in the world cricket while S Molineux is also a good bowler, she took 5 wickets in the recent warmup matches. M Strano and Warham are also decent spinners.
  • M Schutt and D Kimmince will lead the pace attack of the team while A Sutherland/N Carey can assist them. M Schutt is one of the top pace bowlers of world cricket.

Meg Lanning confirms Ellyse Perry won’t be available for the 1st T20I  as she continues her recovery.

Australia: 1. Alyssa Healy (wk), 2. Beth Mooney, 3. Meg Lanning (c), 4. Ashleigh Gardner, 5. Rachael Haynes, 6. Sophie Molineux, 7. Jess Jonassen, 8. A Sutherland
(high)/Nicola Carey 9. G Wareham  10. Delissa Kimmince, 11. Megan Schutt

Most probably: M Schutt, J Jonassen and S Molineux will bowl 4 overs each. Rest 8 overs will be divided between: A Sutherland/G Wareham/A Gardner/N Carey/ D Kimmince

T20 PERFORMANCE AND H2H AGAINST ENGLAND WOMEN’S

Alyssa Healy (wk, RHB)
112 M – 2060 R
H2H : 27M – 391 R

Beth Mooney ( LHB)
52 M – 1452 R
H2H : 10 M – 150 R

Meg Lanning (RHB)
104 M – 2788 R + 4 W
H2H : 25 – 489 R

Ashleigh Gardner (RHB, RAO)
40 M – 647R + 23 W
H2H : 8M – 63 R + 5W

Rachael Haynes (LHB, LAM)
66 M – 695 R + 4 W
H2H : 17 M – 240 R

Sophie Molineux (LHB, LAO)
21 M- 29 R+ 21 W
H2H : 15 O – 6 W

Jess Jonassen (LHB, LAO)
79 M – 422 R +69 W
H2H : 41 O – 8W

Nicola Carey (RAM)
12 M – 9 W
H2H : no stats

Delissa Kimmince (RMF)
41 M – 39 W
H2H : 16 O – 4 W

Megan Schutt (RMF)
67 M- 89 W
H2H : 47 O – 18 W

Molly Strano (RAO)
7 M – 11 W
H2H : 12 O – 7 W

A Sutherland (RAM)
6 M – 2W
H2H : no stats

G Wareham(Leg Spinner): Took 3 wickets against Newzealand in the world cup but didn’t bowl in the next 2 matches after that. Gone 4 matches wicketless before that.

RECENT FORM :

Alyssa Healy (wk) 75, 18, 9, 83  (236 R In WC)

Beth Mooney  78, 28, 60, 81  (259 R In WC)

Meg Lanning (c) 16, 49, 21, 41 (132 R in WC)

Ashleigh Gardner  2, 0, 20, 22 + not bowl (80 R In WC + 6 Overs bowled)

Rachael Haynes  4, 17, 19, 60  (106 R In WC)

Sophie Molineux:  21/1, 16/1, 19/3

Jess Jonassen: 20/3, 28/1, 28/1, 17/2

Nicola Carey.  23 /1, 15/0, 32/0

Anna Sutherland  21 /1, 21/1

Molly Strano  23/2, 15/0, 10/1, 6/2

Delissa Kimmince.  16/1, 17/1

Megan Schutt   18/4, 17/2, 28/3, 21/3

NZ WOMAN’S
Former New Zealand captain Amy Satterthwaite is making her international return after missing the World Cup while on maternity leave after giving birth to her first child with wife and teammate Lea Tahuhu

  • S Devine, S Bates and A Satterthwaite are the main batters of the team. Most of the scoring will be done by these 3 only. S Devine is in very good form at this time. S Bates flopped badly in the world cup while A Satterthwaite is going to play international cricket after a long time.
  • K Martin and M Green are also decent batters.
  • H Jensen and A Kerr can bat also.
  • A Kerr will lead the spin attack of the team while A Satterthwaite can assist them. A Kerr is a leg spinner and is a wicket taking bowler.
  • H Jense, L Tahuhu and H Huddlestone will lead the pace attack of the team while Jess Kerr can assist them. H Jensen and Tahuhu are their main bowlers.

New Zealand will be without off-spinners Leigh Kasperek and Anna Peterson.

New Zealand: 1. Sophie Devine (c), 2. Jess Watkin, 3. Suzie Bates, 4. Amy Satterthwaite, 5. Maddy Green, 6. Katey Martin (wk), 7. Amelia Kerr, 8. Hayley Jensen, 9. Jess Kerr, 10. Holly Huddlestone, 11. Lea Tahuhu.

H Jensen: 7, A Kerr: 6, S Devine 3, L Tahuhu 2 wickets in the world cup.

T20 PERFORMANCE AND H2H AGAINST AUS WOMEN’S

Sophie Devine (RHB, RAM)
91M- 2384 R + 87 W
H2H : 23 M – 374 R + 24 W

Jess Watkin  (RHB, RAO)
9M – 118 R + 7W
H2H : 3M – 20 R

Suzie Bates (RHB, RAM)
118 M – 3243 R +49W
H2H : 37 M – 911 R+ 23vW

Amy Satterthwaite (LHB)
99M – 1526 R + 24 W
H2H : 37 – 583 R

Maddy Green (RHB, RAO)
48 M – 363 R
H2H : 10 M – 110 R

Katey Martin (wk, RHB)
82 M – 868 R
H2H : 33 M – 260 R

Amelia Kerr (RAL)
32 M – 34 W
H2H : 16 O- 4 W

Hayley Jensen (RAM)
27 M – 23 W
H2H : 14 O- 2 W

Jess Kerr
3 M- 2 W
H2H : no stats

Holly Huddlestone (RMF)
15 M – 13 W
H2H : 17 O – 6 W

Lea Tahuhu (RAM)
57 M – 48 W
H2H : 52 O – 13 W

RECENT FORM :

Sophie Devine (c),  31, 12 +1 w

Jess Watkin. 18, 20 + 2W

Suzie Bates   14, 15

Amy Satterthwaite 31, 23

Maddy Green. 28, 11

Katey Martin (wk). 37, 6

Amelia Kerr  22/1, 10/1

Hayley Jensen  26/1, 11/3

Jess Kerr  0/9, 2/17

Holly Huddlestone. 0/9, 2/33

Lea Tahuhu.  8/0, 5/0

Top C and VC Option:

  • B Mooney
  • A Healy
  • S Devine
  • M Lanning
  • S Bates

Only GL Captaincy Options:

  • J Jonnassen
  • M Schutt
  • A Kerr