IND-W vs AUS-W | 2nd T20i Match | 09-10-2021 13:40|1|1| Preview & Stats Added | Match Completed


 Australia Women vs India Women 2nd T20 Match Prediction 

 Match:  IND-W vs AUS-W T20i Prediction 
 Time:     09 October, 01:40 PM (IST) 

 Series:   T20i Match 
 Venue:   Carrara Oval – Gold Coast, Australia 


  • Jemimah Rodrigues carried on her form from the Hundred and played a whirlwind knock of 49 off 36 balls, which included as many as seven boundaries. Back her as India women top scorer.
  • Beth Mooney scored a hundred in the second ODI to single-handedly win the game for Australia. She is a dangerous batter and very consistent as well. She can be backed as Austalia women top scorer.
  • Australia women have a very strong batting lineup, laced with big hitters from top to bottom. They are likely to hit more boundaries.

 Live Streaming: 

Live Streaming: The SonyLiv app and website will be live streaming the Australia Women vs India Women 2nd T20 international live.

 Weather & Pitch Report: 

β›… Weather:

As far as the weather is concerned, it is expected to be cloudy. The temperatures are set to hover between 16-26 degrees Celsius. Humidity is set to be around 55 percent..

🏟️ Pitch:
The surface looked a decent wicket in the first game, pretty flat and good for batting. It should play the same in the next game as well.

 Toss Prediction: 

Oman won the toss and chose to field first on Thursday. With the purpose of this series to try out different scenarios, we expect Sri Lanka to field first irrespective of who wins the toss.

 Recent Form: 

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 Team News: 

The first T20I between the two teams was washed out due to rain. India women batted 15 overs in the game and stood at 131-4 when the rain arrived. Things have not changed much from the first T20I as the kind of batting India have, most of us backed them to put a decent score. The contest will be between India’s bowling and Australia’s batting, which we were not able to see in the last game.

In the first game, Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana got off to a decent start but lost wickets to poor shots. They need to be slightly more sensible and at least one of them need to stay at the wicket for long enough. India need to aim for a score of around 180 to stand any chance against the mighty batting lineup of Australia that have players like Beth Mooney, Alyssa Healy and Meg Lanning..

 IND-W Predicted11 

Shafali Verma

Smriti Mandhana
Jemimah Rodrigues
Harmanpreet Kaur (c)
Yastika Bhatia
Richa Ghosh (wk)
Pooja Vastrakar
Deepti Sharma
Shikha Pandey
Rajeshwari Gayakwad
Renuka Singh

 AUS-W Predicted11 

Alyssa Healy (wk)

Beth Mooney
Meg Lanning (c)
Ashleigh Gardner
Ellyse Perry
Tahlia McGrath
Nicola Carey
Sophie Molineux
Georgia Wareham
Hannah Darlington
Tayla Vlaeminck


 β„ΉοΈ Match Completed 

 Winning Chances: 

Who will win today match: IND-W vs AUS-W T20 Match Fantasy Team
Give how competitive this series has been, the second T20I promises to be a riveting affair. But we would stick to our prediction on the first T20 that Australia will win the match. The main reason for the same is the strength in Australia’s batting lineup.

 IND-W Key Players: 

 Smriti Mandhana: 

he champion opener has already put up a number of stellar contributions in the ongoing tour. After having scored a 94-ball 86 in the second ODI, the stylish opener sizzled with her maiden ton in the pink ball Test.
Mandhana is the 2nd highest run-scorer for India in T20Is against Australia- 395 runs in 11 innings at an average of 39.50 and a strike rate of 135.27 with 4 50+ scores.

 Shafali Verma: 

The swashbuckling opener has shown remarkable maturity in the ODI series and the one-off Test and the 17-year-old will now be looking to tee off in the shortest format.

Shafali is the 2nd highest run-getter for India in the format since the start of 2019 – 665 runs in 25 innings at an average of 27.70 and a blistering strike rate of 145.19 with three 50+ scores.

 Jemmimah Rodrigues: 

The young Mumbai batter will be looking to make an impact in what would be her maiden outing of the tour. She was in good form in the β€˜Hundred’ and would be looking to continue with the same form against the Aussies.
Rodrigues is the third highest run-scorer for Team India in the format since the start of 2019 – 515 runs in 25 innings at 22.39.

 Harmanpreet Kaur: 

The middle-order batter will make a comeback after having missed the ODI and Test leg due to injury. She will be looking to make an impact after having gone through an extended lean patch in the past couple of years.
Her record vs Australia: 68 runs in 5 innings at an average of 17.

 Deepti Sharma: 

The all-rounder has chipped in with both bat and ball in the tour thus far. Sharma loves batting against Australia. In 5 innings, she has scored 103 runs at an average of 34.33 and a strike rate of 100.98 besides claiming 10 wickets at 18.70.

 Poonam Yadav: 

The young leg-spinner has been sensational for India in the shortest format in the past couple of years. In the last 2 years, she has claimed 29 wickets in 23 innings at an average of 17.96 and an economy rate of 5.98.
Her record vs Australia: 12 wickets in 7 T20Is at 14.66.


 AUS-W Key Players: 

 Alyssa Healy: 

She may not have had the best of times in the ODI series and the one-off Test but Healy will once again be a huge threat for Team India.

The opener loves batting against India in the shortest format. In 14 innings against the Women in Blue, she has scored 356 runs at an average of 29.66 and a strike rate of 147.10 with 4 50+ scores.

 Meg Lanning: 

The Australian skipper is the leading run-scorer for her team against India in T20Is. In 16 innings, she has scored 435 runs at an average of 33.46 and a strike rate of 103.32..

 Beth Mooney: 

She has already scored a match-winning ton against India in the ODIs. Mooney is the second highest run-getter for Australia against India in T20Is. In 11 innings, she has scored 392 runs at an average of 43.55 and a strike rate of 119.51 with 3 50+ scores.

 Ellyse Perry: 

After a disappointing ODI series, Perry showed signs of regaining her form in the one-off Test.
In 17 T20Is against India, the champion all-rounder has scored 182 runs with one 50+ score besides claiming as many as 22 wickets at an average of 14.09 and an economy rate of 5.23

 Darcie Brown: 

The young seamer gave a good account of herself in the ODI series. She claimed five wickets in two matches.


 India Women

Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Richa Ghosh (wk), Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Yastika Bhatia, Pooja Vastrakar, Deepti Sharma, Shikha Pandey, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Renuka Singh, Poonam Yadav, Sneh Rana, Meghna Singh, Radha Yadav, Harleen Deol, Arundhati Reddy.

 Australia Women
Alyssa Healy (wk), Meg Lanning (c), Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Ellyse Perry, Tahlia McGrath, Nicola Carey, Sophie Molineux, Georgia Wareham, Hannah Darlington, Tayla Vlaeminck, Georgia Redmayne, Maitlan Brown, Molly Strano, Annabel Sutherland, Stella Campbell, Darcie Brown.


After a highly competitive ODI series and a historic pink ball Test, the focus of the multi-format India Women v Australia Women series moves to its T20 leg with the second of the three games set to be played at the Carrara Oval on Saturday.
Barring the second ODI, it is fair to say that India Women have dominated the proceedings in the last two ODIs and the one-off Test. Indeed, if not for sloppy fielding in the second game, they would have been leading the points table.
Nevertheless, Australia women still hold the lead by 6-4 and the visitors face an unlikely task of winning all three T20Is to win the rubber.

 Player Form Sheet: 

 India Women: 


Richa Ghosh – Right Arm Medium
4dwn, 3dwn, DNB, DNB, 3dwn,
17(13)*, 8(9), DNB, DNB, 44(26)*,
BAT – Match – 34, Innings – 28, Runs – 505, Avg – 20
BOWL – Over – 2, Wkt – 2, Sr – 6
Taniya Bhatia –
1dwn, DNB, 7dwn, 1dwn
14(20), DNB, 0(0), 2(4)


Shafali Verma –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
18(14), 8(3), 16(9), 76(42)*, 16(16),
Smriti Mandhana –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
17(10), 78(52), 1(3), 19(12), 3(8),
JemimahRodrigues –
1dwn, Open, Open, Open, Open,
49(36)*, 7(5), 18(8), 57(44), 14(10),
Harmanpreet Kaur – Right Arm Medium
2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn,
12(5), 26(32), 49(47)*, 29(16), 36(26),
ABN, DNB, 0/10(5), 0/20(10), DNB,
Harleen Deol – Right Arm Off-break
1dwn, DNB, 1dwn, 1dwn,
6(10), DNB, 17(24)*, 4(8)*,
0/10(1), DNB, 0/10(1), 1/32(3),
BAT – Match – 48 Innings – 43, Runs – 690, Avg – 18
BOWL – Over – 117, Wkt – 33, Sr – 21
Yastika Bhatia –
3dwn, Open, Open, Open, Open
15(15), 1(4), 19(20), 6(11), 18(21)
BAT – Match – 43 Innings – 42, Runs – 635, Avg – 17



Deepti Sharma – Right Arm Off-break
DNB, 4dwn, 4dwn, DNB, 3dwn,
DNB, 11(14), 34(23)*, DNB, 0(0),
ABN, 0/11(20), 2/10(20), 1/19(20), 2/10(20)
Sneh Rana – Right Arm offbreak
3dwn, 4dwn, DNB, 2dwn,
4(8), 8(5), DNB, 7(8),
1/27(3), 0/21(4), 0/14(2), 1/21(4),
BAT – Match – 75, Innings – 59, Runs – 618, Avg – 16
BOWL – Over – 274, Wkt – 76, Sr – 20

Shikha Pandey – Right Arm Medium
0/22(3), 0/22(2), 3/22(4), 0/16(3),
Arundhati Reddy – Right Arm Medium
0/6(1), 1/30(3), 0/21(3), 1/18(4),
Radha Yadav – Left Arm Orthodox
0/37(4), 0/17(2), 1/33(3), 1/24(4),
Rajeshwari Gayakwad – Left Arm Orthodox
3/9(3+1M), 1/20(4), 0/28(4), 0/23(4),
Poonam Yadav – Legbreak Googly
0/32(4), 2/17(4), 1/32(4), 0/13(2),
Ekta Bisht – Left Arm Orthodox
0/19(2), 3/22(4), 2/14(4), 2/15(3)
Pooja Vastrakar – Right Arm Medium
0/10(1), DNB, 0/9(1), 0/20(3)
Renuka Singh – Right Arm Medium
1/16(3), 0/18(3), 2/21(4), DNB
BOWL – Over – 132, Wkt – 28, Sr – 28
Meghna Singh – Right Arm Medium
1/2(1), 0/10(2), 4/9(4), 3/24(4)
BOWL – Over – 96, Wkt – 22, Sr – 22

 Australia Women: 


Alyssa Healy (w) –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
4(11), 2(6), 111(52), 63(38), 44(22)
Georgia Redmayne –
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
35(28), 17(11), 1(4), 30(29), 38(35),
BAT – Match – 82, Innings – 76, Runs – 1586, Avg – 25


Beth Mooney –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
61(54)*, 0(1), 27(29), 60(48), 48(36)*
Meg Lanning (c) –
1dwn, 1dwn, Open, Open, Open
27(25), 28(28), 13(15), 22(15), 77(59)
Ashleigh Gardner – Right Arm Off-break
ABN, 3dwn, 3dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn
ABN, 3(3)*, 73(48)*, 6(9), 3(6), 1(4)
2/28(3), 0/8(1), 0/20(3), 0/22(4), 0/24(1)



Ellyse Perry – Right Arm Medium
4dwn, 4dwn, Open, Open, Open
2(2)*, 23(16)*, 31(36), 37(38), 28(26)
0/3(1), 1/8(1), DNB, 0/46(3), 0/16(1), 1/30(4)
Annabel Sutherland – Right Arm Medium
3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn
20(20), 30(26)*, 0(0)*, 3(6)
DNB, DNB, 0/11(1), 0/14(1)
Tahlia McGrath – Right Arm Medium
ABN, Open, Open, Open, Open
ABN, 2(5), 12(15), 19(17), 12(23)
0/14(1), 1/29(4), 0/23(4), 1/19(3), 2/16(3)
Nicola Carey – Right Arm Medium
ABN, DNB, DNB, Open, Open
ABN, DNB, DNB, 0(1), 36(31)
0/17(2), 1/24(3), 1/20(3), 2/23(4), 0/26(3)

Sophie Molineux – Left Arm Orthodox
ABN, Open, Open, Open, Open
ABN, 4(9), 52(43), 22(18), 3(4)
1/23(2), 1/27(3), 1/18(4), 0/28(2), 0/35(4)
Georgia Wareham – Legbreak
1/3(1), 1/26(4), 1/18(4), 0/24(4), 1/23(4), 0/14(1)
Hannah Darlington- Right Arm Fast Medium
0/11(1), 1/15(4), 3/19(3), 3/24(4), 1/23(4)
Darcie Brown – Right Arm Fast Medium
1/26(4), 1/31(4), 1/24(4), 0/26(3)
Tayla Vlaeminck –  Right Arm Medium
0/32(4), 0/26(4+1M), 2/32(4), 2/18(4), 3/13(3+1M)
Molly Strano – Right Arm Off-break
0/12(2), 2/35(4), 1/38(4), 0/13(3)
Stella Campbell – Right Arm Medium
0/16(2), 2/35(4), 1/10(1), 0/30(3)
BOWL – Over – 50, Wkt – 15, Sr – 20
Maitlan Brown – Right Arm Medium
DNB, 0/19(3), 0/8(3), 0/18(3)


 β„ΉοΈ Match Completed 
Toss: Australia Women opt to bowl

India Women (Playing XI): 
Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur(c), Yastika Bhatia, Richa Ghosh(w), Pooja Vastrakar, Deepti Sharma, Shikha Pandey, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Renuka Singh

Australia Women (Playing XI): 
Alyssa Healy(w), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning(c), Ashleigh Gardner, Ellyse Perry, Tahlia McGrath, Nicola Carey, Sophie Molineux, Georgia Wareham, Hannah Darlington, Tayla Vlaeminck

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