IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI LIVE: Jhulan Goswami exacts revenge, Mithali Raj and Co. end Australia’s win-streak in record chase – Jhulan Goswami fittingly hit the winning runs as India clinched a record-breaking win over Australian Women on Sunday in Mackay. Chasing 265 to win, India’s chase was built on half-centuries by youngsters Shafali Verma and Yastika Bhatia before a middle-order collapse put their chances in doubt. However, Deepti Sharma, Sneh Rana and Jhulan Goswami saw the team over the line in the final over, to clinch India’s first win on the tour and exact revenge om their defeat in the second ODI.
That is it!⁰⁰⚡️
Came agonisingly close in the 2nd ODI but have crossed the finish line NOW. #TeamIndia win the 3rd ODI by 2 wickets after a thrilling chase and with it end Australia’s marathon 26-match unbeaten streak. #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/4b7QJxvX5w
— BCCI Women (@BCCIWomen) September 26, 2021
With this defeat, Australia’s unbeaten 26-match run in ODI cricket came to an end. However, the hosts won the three-match ODI series by 2-1. Chasing 265, India got off to a steady start as opening batters Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Verma put on 59 runs for the opening wicket. However, the stand did not last long as Ashleigh Gardner dismissed Mandhana (22) in the 11th over. Yastika Bhatia next joined Shafali in the middle and the duo did not let the momentum drop for the visitors.
Yastika was the aggressor of the two, while Shafali played the second fiddle. Both batters brought up their respective half-centuries as India was poised well in their chase at 153/1 by the end of the 28th over. A 101-run stand for the second wicket came to an end in the 30th over as Sophie Molineux bowled Shafali (56).
Richa Ghosh (0) and Bhatia (64) fell shortly after and India was reduced to 180/4, still needing 85 runs to win from 96 balls. Mithali Raj (16) and Pooja Vastrakar (3) departed in quick succession, and the hopes of India’s victory rested on Deepti Sharma and Sneh Rana’s shoulders.
Deepti was sent back to the pavilion after playing a knock of 31 runs, but Sneh Rana kept India in the game. However, the right-hander was dismissed in the penultimate over after playing a knock of 30 runs and India needed 4 runs from the final over to register a win. Jhulan Goswami (8*) showed her experience to finally take the visitors over the line.
Earlier in the day, Ashleigh Gardner and Beth Mooney played knocks of 67 and 52 respectively as Australia posted a total of 264/9 against India in the third and final ODI here at the Harrup Park on Sunday. Opting to bat, opening batters Rachael Haynes and Alyssa Healy put on 41 runs for the opening wicket, but this stand was broken in the ninth over as Jhulan Goswami dismissed Haynes (13). Indian bowlers then managed to get on top of Australia as Meg Lanning (0), Healy (35), and Ellyse Perry (26) departed in a matter of few overs and the hosts were reduced to 87/4 in the 25th over.
However, half-centuries from Ashleigh Gardner and Beth Mooney in a 98-run stand along with Tahlia McGrath, scoring a fighting 47, helping the hosts post a score of more than the 260-run mark. For India, Jhulan and Pooja scalped three wickets each.
|Rachael Haynes||c S Verma b J Goswami||13||28||3||0||46.43|
|Alyssa Healy (WK)||runout (RS Gayakwad)||35||47||5||0||74.47|
|Meg Lanning||c Richa Ghosh b J Goswami||0||4||0||0||0.00|
|Ellyse Perry||c DB Sharma b P Vastrakar||26||47||2||0||55.32|
|Beth Mooney||b S Rana||52||64||6||0||81.25|
|Ashleigh Gardner||c M Raj b P Vastrakar||67||62||8||2||108.06|
|Tahlia McGrath||c Richa Ghosh b P Vastrakar||47||32||7||0||146.88|
|Nicola Carey||Not out||12||15||0||0||80.00|
|Annabel Sutherland||c DB Sharma b J Goswami||0||1||0||0||0.00|
|Sophie Molineux||runout (J Goswami / RS Gayakwad)||1||1||0||0||100.00|
|Stella Campbell||Not out||0||0||0||0||0.00|
|Extra||11 (b 1, w 6, nb 1, lb 3)|
|Fall Of Wickets||FOW||Over|
India 265/8 (49.3 ov)
|Shefali Verma||b S Molineux||56||91||7||0||61.54|
|Smriti Mandhana||c A Sutherland b A Gardner||22||25||3||0||88.00|
|Yastika Bhatia||c (sub M Strano) b S Campbell||64||69||9||0||92.75|
|Richa Ghosh (WK)||c A Gardner b A Sutherland||0||4||0||0||0.00|
|Mithali Raj||b A Sutherland||16||28||1||1||57.14|
|Pooja Vastrakar||b A Sutherland||3||14||0||0||21.43|
|Deepti Sharma||c NJ Carey b TM McGrath||31||30||3||0||103.33|
|Sneh Rana||c (sub HJ Darlington) b NJ Carey||30||27||5||0||111.11|
|Jhulan Goswami||Not out||8||7||1||0||114.29|
|Meghna Singh||Not out||2||3||0||0||66.67|
|Extra||34 (b 0, w 31, nb 1, lb 2)|
|Yet To Bat||RS Gayakwad|
|Fall Of Wickets||FOW||Over|
IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI LIVE: Jhulan Goswami exacts revenge, Mithali Raj and Co. end Australia’s win-streak in record chase
India 265/8 (49.3 ov)
- Jhulan Goswami thumps it straight down to the ground to clinch a two-wicket win with a boundary.
- Singh manages a single after a dot, India need three from four.
- Meghna Singh to keep strike as India need four of the final over. 8/261
- Huge twist as Sneh Rana top edges a pull straight to Darlington, Carey stikes. India lose their eighth.
- Molineux keeps it tight, concedes just two off the over. India need 8 in 12.
- Rana goes over the top, gets the third boundary in the over. India need 10 in three overs.
- McGrath goes short again, Rana gets under and plays over the third man to the boundary.
- Rana comes up clutch, plays the ramp shot to fetch a much-needed boundary.
- Huge blow as McGrath removes Deepti Sharma depart after hitting straight top point.
- India needs 24 from 24 as the chase goes down to the wire. 241/6
- Drama unfolds as Australia finally hold onto a catch, but Carey has overstepped giving the Indian another life.
- Sneh Rana hits a boundary, swings the momentum in India’s favour.
- Sneh Rana lives a charmed life as she survives two dropped chances to pick up five from the over. 33 needed from 30.
- Sneh Rana picks up a vital boundary, picks up eight from the over. 38 needed from 36.
- Deepti Sharma, Sneh Rana look to take the game deep, India need 46 off 42.
- Molineux lands the big scalp, dismisses Indian captain Mithali Raj, seriously ending India’s hopes to chase down the target. 210/6
- India need 62 from the last 10 overs
- The left-hander repeats the same two balls later to pick up another boundary.
- Deepti Sharma starts off well, picks up a boundary pulls Campbell to square leg.
- Pooja Vastrakar’s struggles come to an end, hands Sutherland her second wicket of the clash. 194/5
- Eventful over by Campbell. Mithali gets going to flick a huge hit over square leg for six. Survives a mix up with Pooja Vastrakar. 193/4
- India need 82 off 84, as Mithali Raj, Pooja Vastrakar look to settle in. 183/4
- Huge blow for India as debutant Campbell has the laugh, as he dismisses Bhatia after a stunning catch by Molly Strano.
- Bhatia brandishes a couple of boundaries of Campbell to break the shackles.
- Australians have piled the pressure by stopping the flow of runs, only five were added from the last two overs.
- Australia claw back into the contest, Richa Ghosh departs. India 161/3
- Australia finally make the breakthrough, Shafali Varma departs after misses a straight one from Sophie Molineux. India 160/2
- Shafali and Yastika reach their respective half-centuries, bring up their century stand to continue their dominance over the Australians. 159/1
Maiden ODI half-centuries for Yastika Bhatia and Shafali Verma 👏
The two youngsters have put India in a good position chasing 265.
— ICC (@ICC) September 26, 2021
- Yastika Bhatia continues to attack the opposition bowlers, as India march on 139/1
- The Indian duo continue to milk runs. Shafali gets a reprieve after Sutherland makes a full-length dive but fails to hold on to the catch.
- Yastika Bhatia and Shafali Verma put on 50 for the second wicket, need 155 more to win.
- Varma and Bhatia continue to pick up regular boundaries, motor along to 101/1
- Yastika Bhatia and Shafali Varma continue to build on, India reach 84/1
- Bhatia and Shafali get a move on, get a couple of boundaries to get the chase going. India 77/1
- Shafali Varma shows intent, India up to 65/1 with Yastika Bhatia playing herself in.
- Smriti Mandhana departs, the left-hander attempts to go over the top of extra-cover, but Sutherland takes a stunning running catch to get the wicket. 60/1
- India reach 55/0 at the end of the powerplay, bagging 18 runs in extras.
- India reaches 44/0, as the openers make a steady start to the chase.
- India motor along to 36/0, as Shafali and Mandhana get stuck in.
- Tahlia McGrath bowls a tight over, just concedes three. India 28/0
- India gets lucky with extras, race to 25/0 after 13 runs conceded by Australia in extras.
- Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Varma get in, manage 9 of the first two overs.
Australia 264/9 (50 ov)
- Just four conceded of the final over, India need 265 runs to win.
- Sophie Molineux falls short of the crease as she was run out trying to give strike to Carey.
- Jhulan Goswami picks up her third as Sutherland hits it straight to Deepti Sharma.
- McGrath edges to Richa Ghosh as India bag a consolation wicket as the all-rounder bags an impressive 32-ball 47. Australia 260/7
- McGrath backs away and slams a boundary down deep midwicket. Pooja Vastrakar follows up with another bouncer, but the Australian hits it over the short third man to pick up another four.
- Excellent over from Jhulan concedes just six. Australia 249/6.
- McGrath picks up another boundary as an under-edge runs away to the third-man fence.
- Another catch goes down as Shafali Varma puts down Nicola Carey.
- McGrath makes room for herself to score a boundary of a crisp cover drive, pick up 9 off Deepti Sharma’s over. 234/6.
- Just five from that over. Australia 225/6.
- Captain Mithali Raj holds on as Gardner finally departs, trying to pull to play the pull a slower ball.
- Ashleigh Gardner smashes Vastrakar to the fence to begin the over in fine fashion.
- India’s bad day in the field continues, Ashleigh Gardner dropped again this time by keeper Richa Ghosh. 220/5
- McGrath continues stellar starts by picking up a boundary.
- McGrath off and running uses the pace to find the boundary.
- Gardner takes the aerial route, smashes a six over long-on to take Australia beyond 200.
- Tahlia McGrath picks up her first boundary, Australia picks 10 from Gayakwad’s over to make it 60 from the last six. 195/5
- Sneh Rana has the last laugh, knocks over Mooney to break 98 run partnership.
- Mooney follows it up with a boundary to reach her own fifty.
- Gardner launches Sneh Rana over extra cover for a six to reach her half-century.
- Ashleigh Gardner goes full tilt, picks another couple of boundaries off Deepti Sharma. 4/173
- Mooney adds insult to injury as he finishes the over with a couple of boundaries after four dots.
- Sneh Rana drops Mooney off the first ball of her over handing the left-hander yet another reprieve.
- Ashleigh Gardner is now shifting gears, picks off another boundary as Australia pick up seven from Jhulan’s over. 155/4
- Australia get a move on, Gardner picks up a couple of boundaries off Sneh Rana. The spinner bowls a beamer first up, which was deposited to the fence, with the free-hit following the suit. 148/4
- Mooney builds on her century last game hits Jhulan Goswami for a boundary. 135/4
- Huge chance goes begging, Meghna Singh drops a sitter to hand Mooney a reprieve.
- Ashleigh Gardner and Beth Mooney try to pick up the pace, Australia 128/4
- Gardner and Mooney continue to rebuild, pick up the odd boundary to steer Australia 111/4.
- Beth Mooney tries to make a move on, hits Vastrakar for a boundary to pick up nine from her over. 99/4
- A wicket maiden for Pooja, Austalia reeling at 87/4.
- Pooja Vastrakar picks her second ODI wicket, dismisses Elyse Perry, who cuts it straight to point.
- Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar keep the runs in check, Australia 78/3
- Deepti Sharma into the attack and Elysse Perry welcomes her with a boundary. Eight off the over. 74/3
- Big break for India as the dangerous-looking Alyssa Healy departs after she was run-out at the non-striker’s end after the ball ricocheted off Gayakwad. 63/3
- Australia finally get a boundary after eight overs as Perry cuts Gayakwad in fine fashion. Australia 60/2.
- Alyssa Healy and Elyse Perry taking their time, Australia each 50 in the 14th over.
- India tighten screws. Australia 48/2 as Sneh Rana, Rajeshwari Gayakwad operate from each end.
STAT ALERT: Jhulan Goswami has now 600 career wickets.
— BCCI Women (@BCCIWomen) September 26, 2021
- First signs of spin as Rajeshwari Gayakwad starts off with a maiden. Australia finish powerplay at 41/2.
- Goswami bowls a peach as Lanning nicks on to the keeper, with Richa Ghosh pulling off a stunner to dismiss the Australian skipper on duck. A double-wicket maiden for Goswami. 41/2
- Jhulan Goswami strikes as Rachel Haynes skies a straightforward deliver outside off. haynes departs for 13, Meg Lanning walks in.
- Warning signs for India as AlyssaHealy smashes three boundaries of Meghna Singh. 41/0
- Healy survives again after edging on between first slip and gully
- Rachel Haynes picks off the boundary with a powerful shot down the ground. 28/0
- Healy knicks one through second slip are to the boundary. 17/0.
- Jhulan has found her length, concedes just a single. Australia Women 12/0
- Rachel Haynes picks up yet another boundary, Alyssa Healy off the mark. 11/0
- Goswami holds her line and keeps it to just the sole boundary in the first over. 4/0.
- Rachel Haynes gets off the mark with a boundary as Jhulan Goswami errs in her length.
@5:15 AM IST: Australia have won the toss and will bat first. Australia have made three changes to their line-up with Rachel Haynes returning along with Annabel Sutherland, while Stella Campbell makes her debut. For India, Sneh Rana comes in for Poonam Yadav. Harmanpreet Kaur misses out again. Haynes returns to the top of the order, last game’s MOTM Beth Mooney to slot back in the middle order.
IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI LIVE: Line-ups
Australia: Rachael Haynes, Alyssa Healy (wk), Meg Lanning (capt), Ellyse Perry, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Tahlia McGrath, Nicola Carey, Annabel Sutherland, Sophie Molineux, Stella Campbell
India: Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Yastika Bhatia, Mithali Raj (capt), Deepti Sharma, Richa Ghosh (wk), Pooja Vastrakar, Jhulan Goswami, Meghna Singh, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Sneh Rana
IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI LIVE: India Women had a good outing with the bat but their inability to handle the pressure, including experienced campaigner Jhulan Goswami, was on full display in the last couple of overs. There were numerous misfields, unnecessary throws, fumbles, and extras, including the last ball no-ball, that eventually saw them on the other side of the result. Moreover, the Mithali Raj-led side will be aiming to give it all on Sunday and avoid the clean-sweep.
Here at InsideSport, we have listed down all the things you need to know about this crucial one day between India Women and Australia Women. Check out –
How do I watch live streaming of India Women’s tour of Australia matches?
IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI LIVE: Sony Sports Network is all set to continue its coverage for India Women’s tour of Australia. All the matches of the series will be LIVE telecast on SONY SIX and SONY SIX HD channels as well as live-streamed on the on-demand OTT platform, SonyLIV.
ICC.tv, the streaming platform launched by the ICC in July, will also live stream the multi-format series between India Women and Australia Women.
In Australia, each and every ball of the series will be broadcasted live on the Seven Network and Fox Sports, and if you can’t get to a TV, you can head to cricket.com.au or the CA Live app to sign up and stream via Kayo Sports.
When will the IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI be played? Date
IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI will be played on September 26, Sunday
What time IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI will begin? Time
IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI will begin at 05:35 AM IST
Where will the IND-W vs AUS-W 3rd ODI be played? Venue
The 3rd ODI between India Women and Australia Women will be played at Harrup Park, Mackay
India Women Tour of Australia, IND-W vs AUS-W Squads
India Women ODI:
Mithali Raj (Captain), Harmanpreet Kaur (vice-captain), Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Punam Raut, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Sneh Rana, Yastika Bhatia, Taniya Bhatia (wicket-keeper), Shikha Pandey, Jhulan Goswami, Meghna Singh, Pooja Vastrakar, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Poonam Yadav, Richa Ghosh, Ekta Bisht
Meg Lanning (captain), Rachael Haynes (vice-captain), Darcie Brown, Maitlan Brown, Stella Campbell, Nicola Carey, Hannah Darlington, Ashleigh Gardner, Alyssa Healy, Tahlia McGrath, Sophie Molineux, Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Georgia Redmayne, Molly Strano, Annabel Sutherland, Tayla Vlaeminck, Georgia Wareham
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