Cricket Matches Today: Second T20 match between India and Australian women's team today
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New Delhi. The women's team of India and Australia will be the second match of the three-match T20 series. The Sri Lankan team will play the second T20 match against Oman. At the same time, Scotland will take on Nambia in the 5th T20 match. The Zimbabwe women's team is also going to play the third T20 match against the Irish women's team. The match between North West vs South Africa Under 19 will be played in the CSA Provincial T20 Cup.
Indian women's team vs Australia women's team, starting at 2.10 pm
The Indian team will try to take an aggressive approach in the second match after the first women's T20 International against Australia was washed out due to rain. Jemima Rodrigues, who lost her place in the playing XI after consistent failures in the 50-over format, made a good comeback in the first T20I with an unbeaten 49 off 36 balls. This match could not be completed due to rain. Twenty-one-year-old Jemima did well in 'The Hundred' and it is a good sign that she has maintained her form. With his return, the Indian team's batting became more aggressive with the likes of Smriti Mandhana and Shefali Verma in the top order.
Mandhana and Shefali have shown good form in this tour. Both of them played useful innings in Test matches and got the team off to a good start in the first T20 on Thursday. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur, who could not play in ODIs and Day-Night Tests due to injury, also made a comeback. This has made Indian batting very strong. India took time to adjust to the conditions early in the tour and lost both the ODIs but have dominated since then.
The Indian team put an end to Australia's 26-win campaign in ODIs by registering a two-wicket win in the third ODI and then kept their upper hand in the rain-affected Test. In the first T20 also, the Indian team was looking in a position to score big. When the game was stopped due to rain, he scored 131 for four in 15.2 overs.