2022 ICC Women’s World Cup: Australia Women vs England Women

March 4, 2022
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2022 ICC Women’s World Cup: Australia Women vs England Women

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Australia will face England in the third fixture of the 2022 International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s World Cup third fixture at Seddon Park, Hamilton on Saturday.

Both teams have faced off in 81 matches in the history of 50-over cricket where Australia have a far superior record with 55 wins compared to just 22 victories of the English team.

In the ICC Women’s World Cup, Kangaroos have an even superior record with four wins compared to a single victory of England.

The match is slated to begin at 5.00 IST PM on Saturday.

Teams Status


Australia will enter Saturday’s fixture with high confidence, largely because of their recent dominance of the English team where they’ve won in all of the last five meetings.

Kangaroos are the most successful side in the history of the ICC Women’s World Cup, having won the title most times (6).

However, they will be hurt to not be able to cement their spot in the final of the previous edition and the management will be hoping to see the players produce a much better display this time around.

In the batting department, Australia will be heavily relying on the likes of captain Meg Lanning, experienced batter Rachael Haynes, wicketkeeper-batter Alyssa Healy and all-rounders Ellyse Perry, Tahlia McGrath, Ashleigh Gardner to score the bulk of the runs and put the opposition under pressure.

On the bowling front, the onus will be on the likes of pacers Perry, Megan Schutt, Nicola Carey, Darcie Brown along with the spin duo of Gardner, Amanda-Jade Wellington to dismantle the opposition’s batting lineup by claiming timely breakthroughs.


England will also enter the contest with high confidence as they will be defending their title in this year’s mega-event.

In the history of 50-over cricket, England has the second-best win % of 60.68 after Australia and they’ve already won the title four times.

The management will be hoping that the English team will continue performing the way they’ve in the past and produce another brilliant display this time around. But they will be vary of the team’s poor record against Australia, especially in the mega-event.

In the batting department, England will be relying heavily on the likes of captain and middle-order batter Heather Knight, batting all-rounder and vice-captain Nat Sciver, experienced top-order batter Tammy Beaumont, Sophia Dunkley, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Danni Wyatt, Emma Lamb and Amy Jones to score the bulk of the runs and give the bowlers something to bowl with.

On the bowling front, the onus will be on the likes of pacers Tash Farrant, Freya Davies, Kate Cross along with the spin duo of Charlie Dean, Sophie Ecclestone to restrict the opposition to a manageable total by claiming timely breakthroughs.

What Do the Sportsbooks Say?

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Sportsbet.io 1.33 3.35
Dafabet 1.34 3.45
PariPesa 1.344 3.45
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Australia women are the favorites to win their game against World Champions England. Sportsbet.io has Australia women priced at 1.33 and England women at 3.35. Paripesa has England women available for 1.34 and Australia women at 3.45. Lastly, DafaBet has Australia women priced at 1.34 and England priced at 3.45;

Tipster’s Angle

Top Batsman-Australia women-Alyssa [email protected]

Opener has been a consistent performer for Australia women in the 50-over format. Wicket-keeper batsman will be looking to deliver her best with the bat against arch-rivals England. We expect opener Alyssa Healy to be top batsman for Australia women. This oddity has been sourced from DafaBet.

Top Bowler-Australia women- Jess [email protected]

There is no doubt that left-arm orthodox spinner Jess Jonnasen has been premier performer for Australia women in the 50-over format. Since March 2020, Jonnasen is leading the bowling charts for Australia women in the limited-overs format. In nine ODIs played, Jess Jonnasen has claimed 17 wickets at an average of 13.70. We can expect spinner Jess Jonnasen to be the top bowler for Australia women for this game. These odds have been sourced from DafaBet.


Both teams will be coming into the fixture hoping to start their campaign with a win and it will be interesting to see which team will come out on top.

On paper and as per the recent form, Australia look like a slightly better team compared to England who have found it tough to get the better of Kangaroos, especially in the mega-event.

Therefore, the prediction is for Australia to secure a win and start their campaign in style.  

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