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India unlikely to play day-night Test in Adelaide

Australia's home international schedule for 2018-19 includes maiden Tests at the Perth Stadium and Canberra's Manuka Oval, and an international debut for Gold Coast

England's early shambles proves costly (2:23)
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311dDaniel Brettig

Mooney leads Australia's surge to the Ashes

Beth Mooney hit an unbeaten 86 off 56 balls as Australia retained the Women's Ashes in emphatic style with a six-wicket victory in the first T20I at North Sydney Oval

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England won't roll over after first two defeats - Nasser Hussain (0:40)
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338dAdam Collins in Brisbane

Ashes edginess highlights change of fortunes

The Women's Ashes is set to begin on Sunday with England aiming to maintain their World Cup-winning form, but the weather may yet scupper the opening match

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The lowdown on the Women's Ashes

The Women's Ashes begins on Sunday in Brisbane. Here is a reminder of how the format works and how the two squads shape up

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403dInterviews by Shashank Kishore and Annesha Ghosh

What women want

A wishlist from players from each of the top eight teams after a very successful World Cup

904dVithushan Ehantharajah in Kolkata

The teenager who halted a dynasty

For the first time ever, a team other than Australia, England or New Zealand have won a world event. West Indies broke up the cartel by chasing an improbable target against one of women's cricket

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1120dReport by George Dobell in Cardiff

All-round Sciver secures consolation win

It was a game too late to change the outcome of the Women's Ashes, but England finally produced the run-chase they required to defeat their Australian counterparts

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1137dVithushan Ehantharajah at Canterbury

Perry six-for helps blow away England

Australia completed a comprehensive victory in the sole Test match to take an 8-2 lead in the women's Ashes series

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1155dAndrew McGlashan

Lanning and Perry earn Australia Ashes lead

An all-round display from Ellyse Perry earned Australia the lead in the Women's Ashes as they claimed the one-day series 2-1, giving them a 4-2 points advantage on England

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1159dWill Macpherson in Bristol

Lanning masterclass draws Australia level

It was one of those days - one of those days that happens with alarming regularity - on which Meg Lanning made cricket look so much easier than everyone else she shared the field with

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1632dAlan Gardner in Mirpur

Edwards rues England's power deficit

Charlotte Edwards admitted other teams have "much more of a power aspect to their games" after England ended the Women's World T20 without a single six

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1632dAlan Gardner in Mirpur

Lanning marshals 'perfect' game

Australia's hat-trick of World T20 titles could not have been secured in more convincing style as they out-muscled England in a faultless performance

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1633dAlan Gardner in Mirpur

Lanning promises 'feisty' final

Meg Lanning, Australia's captain, admitted the atmosphere on the pitch would be "feisty" for their World T20 final against England

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1705dRaf Nicholson in Melbourne

Bolton stars on debut to keep Australia alive

Nicole Bolton starred for Australia with 124 off 152 balls to become the highest scoring debutant for Australia in women's ODIs as the hosts kept their Ashes hopes alive.

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1709dRaf Nicholson at the MCG

Greenway and Brindle bring Ashes closer

England took one step closer towards retaining the women's Ashes in Melbourne as they triumphed in the first ODI by seven wickets, going 8-0 up in the points-based multi-format series

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1852dAndrew McGlashan at the Ageas Bowl

Edwards hails her finest moment

Charlotte Edwards has achieved a huge amount in her career but she put regaining the Ashes as among her finest moments after England secured the multi-format series with a match to spare.

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