A match between India and Australia for women at the ODI World Cup

India v Australia: Conflict at ODI Women’s World Cup

It is time for two of the favorite teams of the 2022 World Cup – India and Australia to compete against each other and get 2 points on their account.

Eden Park in Auckland will host their first game of this year’s tournament on Saturday, March 19 and cannot be better than India playing against Australia in game number 18 starting at 6:30 a.m. (IST) onwards.

A match between India and Australia for women at the ODI World Cup. PC: Getty Images

ODI played between India and Australia: 49 (12 at the World Cup)

Australia: 39 (9 in World Cup)

India: 10 (3 in World Cup)

Let’s look at the previous World Cup matches between the two:

1st Women’s World Cup 1978 (January 8)

Playing the 4th game of their first ODI World Cup, India managed to limit Australia to 150/8, with each of the 6 bowlers getting at least one pass. However, a strong Australian bowling unit took away the game from the women in blue, bowling them for only 79.

2nd Women’s World Cup 1982 (January 10)

Jill Kennare’s 98 knockout with 77 Denise Emerson led Australia to a total of 227 with a loss of 6 gates, 3 of whom were left without a gates, while the remaining 3 were taken over by Sharmila Chakraborty. However, again India was unable to stand firm against the attack of the Aussies in bowling and brought Australia a 153-race victory.

3rd Women’s World Cup 1982 (January 26)

Setting a goal of 108 after being asked to strike first, the Indian team showed decent performance in a match with bowlers who tried their best to knock out Australia but failed to get the last 4 goals as Australia won the match with 43 balls in abundance .

4th Women’s World Cup 1982 (February 4)

69 Jill Kennare and then Captain Sharon Tredrea 55 * helped Australia gather 193/5 in their 60 overs. India’s goal was 40 passes behind, with Anjali Pendharker 47 being the biggest for women in blue, while Australian Raelee Thompson pulled out 3 passes the best figure in the ball match.

5th Women’s World Cup 1993 (July 21)

Choosing to hit first, India was knocked down to 108, and Karen Brown and Sharyn Bow got 3 passes each, and Lee-Anne Hunter who bowled a significant 4 overs and received just 6 rounds. It is an easy chase for Australia, which reached the goal with 7 gates and 129 balls in abundance.

6th Women’s World Cup 1997 (December 24)

Playing the semifinals of the 1997 World Cup and also in the capital, India chose bowling and showed a commendable performance with Australia limiting to 123/7. However, 48 Chanderkante Kaula during the team’s chase was in vain as they failed to make it to the finals, losing by 19 rounds.

7th Women’s World Cup 2000 (December 6)

74 Lise Keightley and 61 Karen Rolton led Australia to a good 223/5 in their 50 overs, and the performance of their bowlers brought them 51 wins over India to which 47 Anjum Chopra is their biggest single score in the match.

8th Women’s World Cup 2005 (April 10)

The undefeated 107 (128) Karen Rolton, as well as 55 (75) Lisa Sthalekar, led Australia to another 200+ in total, setting a goal of 216. Another great result of their bowling unit led to India falling 99 runs less than goal. Rolton was named the player of the match.

9th Women’s World Cup 2009 (March 14)

The full team performance of the Indian team brought them their first victory in the ODI World Cup against Australia. The bat-stars who contributed a large sum of 234/5 were players of the match Anjuma Chopre 76, Mithali Raj 44, Anagha Deshpande 45 and 8 unbeaten balls 19 by Harmanpreet Kaur. India won the match with 16 series.

10th Women’s World Cup 2009 (March 21)

During the playoffs for 3rd place at the 2009 World Cup, Rumeli Dhar in the all-around, 24 * (27) with stick and 2/24 with the ball, India won the match with 3 gates and 13 balls in abundance (D / L Method ). Dhar was named the player of the match.

11th Women’s World Cup 2017 (July 12)

In the high match, opener Punam Raut with 106 and skipper Mithali Raj 69 helped India reach the goal of 227 for Australia. However, it wasn’t the top performance of the Indian bowlers who managed to take just 2 gates, and Australia scored with 29 balls in abundance. Australian captain Meg Lanning was named the player of the match for her undefeated 76 (88).

12th Women’s World Cup 2017 (July 20)

Harmanpreet Kaur upset Australia with a record undefeated record of 171 with just 115 deliveries and brought a 36-win victory for the women in blue in the 2017 World Cup semifinals. In a high-scoring match, India scored 281/4 before the bowlers made it easy. to the finals bowling Australia at 245.

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