India Look To Stay Alive In ODI Series: Australia Women vs India Women: With Harmanpreet Kaur banned in the second ODI. The Indian women’s cricket team desperately needs Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana. This is to put pressure on Australian women. After taking nine hits in the opening game of the three-game series. Dubbed so far in every aspect of the game. But the India women’s cricket team desperately needs its top order to get in shape and bowlers to show some spark against a reported Australia in the second ODI on Friday.
India so desperately needs Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana, who are shooting to pressure Australia after taking a nine-inning beating in the first game of the three-game series. Likewise, both starters have the firepower to take on the opposing attack and must make sure Ellyse Perry and Darcie Brown don’t overpower them like they did the first game of the series.
The Tempo duo set the tone for the hosts in the warm-up game in Brisbane, as well as the first ODI here on Monday by cleaning up the Indian leader when Australia turned 25. As soon as the aggressive Shafali and Smriti in the cabin return to the cabin, without contributing a lot, the Indian team remains the control of damage instead of pressing the accelerometer.
In addition, One of these openings should be guided by depth. And average order of Skipper Mithali Raj, it must also show more intention in evaluation.
India Look To Stay Alive In ODI Series After Big Defeat
The team look hasn’t passed the 250-run mark. Since landing in Australia, and any score below that isn’t good enough to worry the hosts. The Australian higher order is packed with proven actors like Rachael Haynes, Alyssa Healy, and Captain Meg Lanning.
“Right now she (Harmanpreet) is not fit. She’s not available for the next game, that’s the current status,” the coach said at the pre-match press conference.
A 21-year-old left-hander Yastika Bhatia did well in her debut in the previous game. Having the confidence to score 35 runs against a world-class attack would help her move in the same direction.
Most importantly, Indian bowlers, led by veteran Jhulan Goswami. Similarly, need to intervene early as it is not enough to contain the batters. If the Indian team does not win the game on Friday, they will lose their third race in a row after losing to South Africa and England.