T20I series between Australia and India women: A statistical preview

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T20I series between Australia and India women: A statistical preview
When the Indian women’s cricket team plays Australia in a Women’s T20I series, they will be looking to make amends.
Starting on Friday, January 5, the three-match competition will take place at the Dr. DY Patil Sports Academy in Navi Mumbai.
Throughout the ODI portion of the tour, the Australians dominated and won 3-0.
We now offer the statistical sneak peek.

Taking a look at the head-to-head record, Australia leads India 23-6 in WT20Is (Tied: 1, NR: 1).
Included in the total is Australia’s close victory in the gold medal match at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games in 2022.
The Australians have beaten the Women in Blue ten times in twelve matches played on Indian soil. In this sense, India has won just one match (NR: 1).

Harmanpreet Kaur (C), Smriti Mandhana (VC), Jemimah Rodrigues, Shafali Verma, Deepti Sharma, Yastika Bhatia (WK), Richa Ghosh (WK), Amanjot Kaur, Shreyanka Patil, Mannat Kashyap, Saika Ishaque, Renuka Singh Thakur, Titas Sadhu, Pooja Vastrakar, Kanika Ahuja, and Minnu Mani are the Indian team for the series.

The following players represent Australia in the series: Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Phoebe Litchfield, Tahlia McGrath, Beth Mooney (WK), Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, Georgia Wareham, Heather Graham, Ashleigh Gardner, Kim Garth, Grace Harris, and Alyssa Healy (C & WK).

These Australians have played a lot versus India.
With her 817 WT20I runs at 48.05 versus India, Beth Monney leads all players in this category.
In addition, she has the most half-centuries (8) against the team.
Alyssa Healy, the captain, is getting close to 500 runs against India with a 489.
Ellyse Perry, with 24 wickets at 15.79 in WT20I versus India, has the highest wicket total.
In this aspect, Ashleigh Gardner (21 at 18.90) is not far behind.

Nearing benchmarks for Australian athletes
Alyssa Healy would become the first player from Australia and the fourth player overall to complete 150 WT20I games if she plays all three.
With 100 WT20I wickets, Jess Jonassen may become the third Australian. To reach the milestone, she requires four scalps.
In order to break the tie with Nida Dar and seize the lead in WT20I wicket-taking, Megan Schutt (130) only needs to take one wicket.

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