Australia’s women’s cricket team will defeat the Pakistan women’s cricket team to record yet another ODI winBET NOW
The 2nd match between Australia and Pakistan women’s cricket teams played as part of the ICC Women’s ODI Championship will be played at the Kinrara Academy Oval grounds in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia on the 20th of October 2018. As we predicted Australia women’s team easily won the 1st match and we through our cricket betting tips suggest another win for the Aussie women in the 2nd match of the series scheduled to be played at the same venue.
The 1st match got off to a delayed start due to rain and the match was reduced to a 41-over match. Javeria Khan won the toss and elected to take the first lease in good batting conditions. They were soon in trouble having been reduced to 24 for the loss of 2 wickets inside the first 10 overs. Javeria Khan and Nahida Khan resurrected the innings to a certain extent by putting on a 28 run partnership out of which Javeria scored 21. Put their dismissal resulted in a middle order collapse, which saw them being reduced to 84 for the loss of 9 wickets. Sana Mir fought till the bitter end to remain not out on 21 off 60 painstaking deliveries but she got little or no support from the other end as none of the other batswomen managed to go beyond the 10 run mark.
Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, Ashleigh Gardner, and Nicola Carey bowled with such control that all of them conceded at less than 3 runs per over. Newcomer Georgia Wareham had a good debut capturing 2 for 22 with her right-arm medium pace while Sophie Molineux also making her debut captured 1 for 9 in 7 overs of left-arm orthodox spin.
Ian Healy’s daughter Alyssa Healy and Nicole Bolton got the side off to a fast start with the pair putting on 40 runs for the 1st wicket in just 7 overs. Healy made 26 off an equal number of deliveries and hit the only six of the match. But her dismissal saw a sudden flurry of wickets as Australia lost 4 wickets for the addition of 26 runs in 9 overs. Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry were dismissed cheaply and it was left to Beth Mooney and Louise Haynes to drive the side home. Haynes made 24 off 34 deliveries while Mooney remained unbeaten on 16.
Diana Baig and Anam Amin bowled with good pace conceding just 28 runs in 7 overs of seam while Sana Mir captured 3 for 26 with her right arm off-spin. Nashra Sandhu too was impressive and Pakistani lasses can proud of what they achieved with the ball and on the field.
Join us on the 20th of October to witness what promises to be another intriguing women’s international ODI match. Australia are favorites but we expect the girls from Pakistan to give a good fight. Pakistan’s batting order consisting of Ayesha Zafar, Nahida Khan, Muneeba Ali, Javeria Khan, and Sifra Ameen will need to buckle down and score some runs and give their seam and spin attack a sizable target to defend. Australia will be confident that their bowlers can yet again restrict the Pakistani batting lineup and will expect Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry to give a batting master-class. They had a rare failure in the 1st ODI match but we do not expect them to miss out on scoring big runs here. Our prediction is a comprehensive victory for the Aussie lasses.