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Points table for matches completed by 20 Aug 2013
Points by match:
|14 Aug 2013||Eng Women||2||Aus Women||2||Table | Match|
|20 Aug 2013||Aus Women||2||Eng Women||0||Table | Match|
The 2013 Women's Ashes Series will comprise one Test match, three NatWest Women's One-Day Internationals and three NatWest Women's International Twenty20 matches.
Points will be allocated to each format - the winners of the Test will be awarded six points; two points to the winners of each limited overs matches.
2 points for a draw in the Test, 1 point for a tie in the ODIs, One over eliminator in the event of a tie in the T20s
The team that accrues the most points across all formats will win the Women's Ashes Series and be presented with the Women's Ashes trophy.
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