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RESULT
3rd T20I (N), Brabourne, December 14, 2022, Australia Women tour of India
(20 ov, T:173) 151/7

Australia won by 21 runs

Player Of The Match
75 (47)
ellyse-perry
Match centre 
Scores: K Vairavan
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Comms: Abhimanyu Bose
Scorecard summary
Australia Women 172/8(20 overs)
Renuka Singh2/24 (4)
India Women 151/7(20 overs)
end of over 205 runs • 1 wicket
IND-W: 151/7CRR: 7.55 
Anjali Sarvani2 (2b)
Deepti Sharma25 (17b 3x4)
Megan Schutt 4-0-23-1
Nicola Carey 4-0-44-1

10.30pm So Australia go into the fourth match on Saturday with a 2-1 series lead. We will see you then, again. It's Abhimanyu Bose signing off on behalf of Deivarayan Muthu and K Vairavan. Goodnight!

10.23pm Time for the presentation ceremony.

Alyssa Healy: "Bit of a rough start, but the way she bounced back, stuck to her strength, proud of how she played. Tonight the top order sort of got out of the way and the middle order came and did an amazing job. The impact that Harris had was remarkable and I thought Ellyse Perry played an outstanding knock. Very proud of the batting group"

Ellyse Perry is the player of the match: "I suppose the first couple of matches we have only used a few batters, but it was nice to bat and Grace especially was outstanding. [On Strike rate questions] I obviously enjoy batting for Australia whenever I can and I keep trying to improve. Not as many runs as the DY Patil, but it brought the bowlers into the game. Thought Indian bowlers bowled well in the Powerplay and our bowlers also did well. I thought we could use the slower ball here, Darcie used that really well.'

Harmanpreet Kaur: "[On Anjali and Renuka] Yes definitely, the way they are taking responsibility and playing for the team is outstanding to watch. We are impressed with how they are bowling. [On if they thought they were favourites at the half-way mark] Yes, definitely, getting them on 170-odd runs, we really thought we were in with a chance. But I think there were few overs where we scored less than 6 overs, that cost us. We had lot of dot balls after hitting boundary, we need to rotate strike, but that didn't won. Yes, one of us wanted to stay till the end, but we had to hit boundaries and sometimes you lose wickets when you play like that. We have a deep batting lineup now so it's not like we have to keep thinking about someone playing till the end."

Akash: "Miss Sneh Rana in this lineup. She's much better than Radha yadav."

Darcie Brown: "The start obviously wasn't ideal but good to be able to get the win on the end. [On if she enjoyed the pace and bounce on the pitch] Yeah I did, once I actually landed it on the pitch, it felt alright. Good to see what the Indian pitches are like. [On if they fell short of an ideal total] Yeah I guess so, but we've got a great bowling attack that can defend anything. We wanted to back our strengths and we did that well. [On if the Mumbai pitches are similar to Australia] It looks a bit different but there's a bit of bounce in there and some swing as well."

10.16pm Well, there it is. Australia back to winning ways as India fall short by 21 runs in the end. After that brilliant batting display by Perry and Grace, they got two early wickets. India looked like they were in with a shout when Shafali Verma and Harmanpreet Kaur -- both aided by some sloppy fielding -- were going strong, but once Shafali fell after her half-century, India lost wickets in heaps and the boundaries dried up. India had earlier put in an improved performance with the ball in the Powerplay, but Ellyse Perry and Grace Harris took the game away from them in the middle overs, before the hosts pulled things back at the death.

19.6
1
Schutt to K Anjali Sarvani, 1 run

Australia go 2-1 up! Another slower ball at back of a length and another pull to deep midwicket

19.5
1
Schutt to Sharma, 1 run

Banged in short on off, Deepti comes down the track and pulls it away to deep midwicket

19.4
Schutt to Sharma, no run

Looks to pull away a length ball on middle but can only chop it onto her own pads

19.3
2
Schutt to Sharma, 2 runs

Drives this full ball to mid-off's left who does well to dive and stop the boundary

19.2
1
Schutt to K Anjali Sarvani, 1 run

Slower ball on leg and she tucks it behind square to get Deepti back on strike

19.1
W
Schutt to Yadav, OUT

Full ball outside off, Radha Yadav steps out and tries to hit it hard and it comes back off her own leg. Radha wanted to run, Deepti turned her away, but Schutt did brilliantly to collect the ball and throw the stumps down at the striker's end. India lose their seventh wicket

Radha Yadav run out (Schutt) 4 (7b 0x4 0x6 ) SR: 57.14

27 needed off the final over which will be bowled by Megan Schutt

end of over 1917 runs
IND-W: 146/6CRR: 7.68 RRR: 27.00 • Need 27 from 6b
Deepti Sharma22 (14b 3x4)
Radha Yadav4 (6b)
Nicola Carey 4-0-44-1
Ashleigh Gardner 3-0-21-2
18.6
4
Carey to Sharma, FOUR runs

Full on middle and Deepti makes room and drives it through cover and another misfield by the Australians allows the ball to run away

18.5
2
Carey to Sharma, 2 runs

Another length ball on middle and leg and she comes down the track again and flicks it between deep midwicket and long-on

18.4
4
Carey to Sharma, FOUR runs

Beats deep backward square! Full ball on leg and she steps out and flicks it square. Just beats the fielder in the deep

18.3
2
Carey to Sharma, 2 runs

Full ball on leg, clips it to deep square and they get two quick runs

18.2
4
Carey to Sharma, FOUR runs

Cheekily done! Length ball on middle and Deepti steps across and scoops it behind and it goes over the fine leg fielder

Bala : "It's all done I guess in favour of AUS unless some miracle can work in India's favour. That knock by Harris is the difference between the two sides."

18.1
1
Carey to Yadav, 1 run

Back of a length outside off and it's pulled away to deep midwicket's left

Carey returns

end of over 183 runs
IND-W: 129/6CRR: 7.16 RRR: 22.00 • Need 44 from 12b
Deepti Sharma6 (9b)
Radha Yadav3 (5b)
Ashleigh Gardner 3-0-21-2
Megan Schutt 3-0-18-1
17.6
Gardner to Sharma, no run

On a length on off and she misses her sweep

17.5
1
Gardner to Yadav, 1 run

Length ball around off and pulled away to square leg

17.4
1
Gardner to Sharma, 1 run

Length ball outside off, Deepti comes down the track and drives it to sweeper cover

17.3
Gardner to Sharma, no run

Looks to cut another short ball, but this was angled into her and she manages to only hit it bonto her body off the inside edge

17.2
Gardner to Sharma, no run

Short ball outside off, chopped to short third

17.1
1
Gardner to Yadav, 1 run

Tossed up very full on middle and leg, she comes down the track and whips it away to deep midwicket

end of over 174 runs • 1 wicket
IND-W: 126/6CRR: 7.41 RRR: 15.66 • Need 47 from 18b
Deepti Sharma5 (5b)
Radha Yadav1 (3b)
Megan Schutt 3-0-18-1
Nicola Carey 3-0-27-1
16.6
2
Schutt to Sharma, 2 runs

Low full toss outside off, whipped to long-on's left and they get two

16.5
1
Schutt to Yadav, 1 run

Pushes the ball to mid-off and takes off for a quick single and Deepti has to dive at the striker's end as the direct hit almost caught her short

Best performances - batters
EA Perry
EA Perry AUS-W
75 runs (47)
9 fours3 sixes
Control
89%
Productive shot
on drive
14 runs
0 four2 sixes
95487121416
Shafali Verma
Shafali Verma IND-W
52 runs (41)
6 fours3 sixes
Control
68%
Productive shot
pull
20 runs
4 fours0 six
0400062517
Best performances - bowlers
D Brown
D Brown AUS-W
O
4
M
0
R
19
W
2
ECO
4.75
FTYFGSGS
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
Renuka Singh
Renuka Singh IND-W
O
4
M
0
R
24
W
2
ECO
6
FTYFGSGS
OFFLEG
RHB
2W
LEGOFF
LHB
Match details
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
TossIndia Women, elected to field first
Series
Season2022/23
Player Of The Match
Australia
Ellyse Perry
Series resultAustralia Women led the 5-match series 2-1
Match numberWT20I no. 1319
Match days14 December 2022 - night (20-over match)
Umpires
India
Gayathri Venugopalan
India
N Janani
TV Umpire
India
Nand Kishore
Reserve Umpire
India
Vrinda Rathi
Match Referee
India
GS Lakshmi
Language
English
Hindi
India Innings
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