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ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England - Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in final - Follow Live Updates
ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England - Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in final - Follow Live Updates

ICC Women WC Finals LIVE – AUS-W vs ENG-W Live Score – Relentless Australia will be out to eye a record 7th World Cup title when they face England in the ICC Women’s World Cup final. The Meg Lanning-led side have won nine games on the bounce. Follow Women’s World Cup Live Updates on InsideSport.IN.

Meanwhile, England started their campaign with three back-to-back losses. The team peaked at the right time and won five games on the triot. Now they need one last push to topple undrafted Australia.

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ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England – Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final – Follow Live Updates

ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England - Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final - Follow Live Updates

ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England – Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final – Follow Live Updates

While the Australians, gunning for a record seventh world title, have been on a roll extending their winning streak to 11 matches.

Interestingly, despite having won 10 of the previous 11 World Cups between them, England and Australia will face off in an ICC World Cup final for the first time in 34 years.

The two sides started their campaigns together almost a month ago in Hamilton and will end them together, one holding the trophy, the other looking on at the Hagley Oval.

Australia have lost only one World Cup final but it was not too far away from the setting for Sunday’s finale. Back in 2000, just down the road from Christchurch at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln, Australia lost the closest final the tournament has ever seen, defeated by New Zealand by just four runs.

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ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England – Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final – Follow Live Updates

ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England – Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final – Follow Live Updates

That year, England recorded their worst-ever World Cup finish of fifth before fighting back to take the trophy from Australia in 2009.

In doing so, they would go on to have a remarkable year also claiming their first, and only, T20 World Cup as well as an Ashes victory.

ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England - Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final - Follow Live Updates

It is something that Australia are hoping to match 13 years later, as they already hold the T20 trophy having secured that on home soil in 2020 before the Ashes were wrapped up with two games to spare in February, but the one-day World Cup evades them.

Vice-captain Rachael Haynes already has a winner’s medal from 2013, and she is well on her way to a competition record, the opening batter sitting on 429 runs for the tournament, 27 behind Debbie Hockley of New Zealand’s all-time best set in 1997.

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ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England – Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final – Follow Live Updates

That is not the only record that could be broken on Sunday as left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone has the chance to surpass Australian Lyn Fullston, whose haul of 23 wickets in 1982 remains the mark to beat.

Ecclestone sits on 20 wickets having taken her maiden international five-wicket haul in the semi-final win against South Africa ending on six for 36, the best figures by an England bowler in a World Cup.

The left-arm spinner is emblematic of England’s journey throughout the tournament in that she is peaking at exactly the right time.

The 22-year-old started with her worst-ever figures in ODI cricket with no wicket for 77 against Australia.

ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England – Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final – Follow Live Updates

ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England – Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final – Follow Live Updates

Where to Watch AUS-W vs ENG-W Live

Star Sports has the broadcast rights for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 in India. The Australia women vs England women live streaming will be available on Disney+Hotstar

AUS-W vs ENG-W Head-To-Head

So far, Australia and England played in 82 games with the former winning 56 times. Three games ended in no result while one match ended in a tie. The rest were won by England. In the Women’s World Cup, both teams faced each other 18 times with Australia winning 12 of them. One game ended in no result and one was a tie.

Squads

Australia: Meg Lanning (c), Rachael Haynes, Darcie Brown, Nicola Carey, Ashleigh Gardner, Grace Harris, Alyssa Healy, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Beth Mooney, Tahlia McGrath, Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, Annabel Sutherland, Amanda Wellington.

England: Heather Knight (c), Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Freya Davies, Charlotte Dean, Sophia Dunkley, Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone, Amy Jones, Emma Lamb, Natalie Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Danielle Wyatt, Natasha Farrant.

ICC Women WC Finals LIVE: Australia vs England – Undefeated Australia eye RECORD 7th World Cup title against misfiring England in blockbuster final

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