Australia vs New Zealand, 3rd ONE-DAY Match Prediction 08 Oct 2020

New Zealand vs Australia 2020

Australia vs New Zealand, 3rd ONE-DAY Match Prediction


Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia

Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia
Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia


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Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia

AUS vs NZ Prediction

Shoaib Z.

Host Australia women eye clean sweep against New Zealand women

  • Australia women registered a comfortable win over New Zealand in the second game of the one-day series.
  • Australian Skipper Meg Lanning smashed unbeaten ton to help his side clinch ODI series.
  • Skipper Sophie Devine and Amy Satterthwaite smashed half-centuries for New Zealand women in the previous game.

Expect Australia women to complete a 3-0 whitewash over New Zealand women

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Match Preview

Australia women will be looking to inflict a whitewash in the one-day series when they take on New Zealand women in the final game to be played at Allan Border Field in Brisbane on Wednesday.

In their previous game, Australia women registered a four-wicket win over New Zealand women, courtesy splendid performances from Meg Lanning, Jess Jonassen, and Rachael Haynes. With this result, Australia women are 2-0 up in the three-match one-day series.

On the other hand, New Zealand women will be looking to changes to their playing XI for this game. Captain Sophie Devine will be hoping that the side can end the tour with a consolation win on Wednesday.

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The home side will need to guard against complacency and make sure that they maintain their focus and intensity in this dead rubber.

In the second game of the one-day series, Australia won the toss and opted to bowl first. Left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen picked up crucial wickets at the end to restrict New Zealand women to a score of 252 for 9 in their 50 overs.

For Australia women, spinner Jess Jonassen was the standout bowler on display. She picked up four wickets and conceded 36 runs in her ten overs. Pacer Megan Schutt and spinner Sophie Molineux claimed two wickets apiece.

Chasing 253 runs to win the ODI series, Alyssa Healy once again failed to make an impression with the bat. She was the first to be dismissed in the sixth over of the innings.Rachael Haynes and Skipper Meg Lanning once again together and formed a 117-run partnership to stabilize the innings for Australia women.

Rachael Haynes once again showed excellent form and smashed 82 runs off 89 balls with the help of thirteen fours and one six. Despite losing partners at the other end, Meg Lanning continued to show positive intent and picked up boundaries at regular intervals.

For Australia women, Meg Lanning was the standout performer with the bat. She smashed unbeaten 101 runs off 96 balls with the help of nine fours and three sixes.

Lanning notched up her 11th limited-overs ton for Australia women to see the home side complete the chase in the 45th over of the innings.

Australia Predicted Playing XI

Meg Lanning (captain), Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Nicola Carey, Rachael Haynes, Sophie Molineux, Delissa Kimmince/Annabel Sutherland, Megan Schutt, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Wareham.

New Zealand

The visitors put in a decent batting performance in the second game of the one-day series.

Despite losing the toss, New Zealand women get off to good start, courtesy 75-run opening-wicket partnership between Natalie Dodd and Sophie Devine.

Natalie Dodd was the first player to be dismissed for New Zealand women. She perished in the 17th over of the innings after scoring 34 runs off 59 balls with the help of five boundaries.

Captain Sophie Devine and Amy Satterthwaite put on a 93-run partnership to put New Zealand women in a decent position to post a competitive score in their innings.

For New Zealand women, All-rounder Sophie Devine was the standout performer with the bat. She finished the innings with the top-score of 79 runs off 115 balls with the help of seven boundaries.  She was well supported by Amy Satterthwaite, who chipped in with 69 runs off 73 balls with the help of nine boundaries.

The visitors lost all the momentum in the last ten overs of the innings.  With the dismissal of Amy Satterthwaite in the 44th over, the side failed to accelerate their rate of scoring and managed to post 252 for the loss of nine wickets.

In the bowling department, the side will be depending on the likes of Lea Tahuhu, Rosemary Mair and Amelia Kerr to make crucial breakthroughs in this contest.

Leg-spinner Amelia Kerr continued her excellent form with the ball in hand and finished with figures of 3 for 47 in 10 overs.

New Zealand Predicted Playing XI

Sophie Devine (captain), Natalie Dodd, Hannah Rowe, Amy Satterthwaite, Maddy Green, Katie Perkins, Hayley Jensen, Katey Martin (wk), Rosemary Mair, Amelia Kerr, Lea Tahuhu

Pitch And Weather Conditions

Hr Temp Rain W. speed W. direction Clouds
00h 24 0 mm. 2.6 k/h From: NNE 18%
03h 25 0 mm. 4.95 k/h From: NE 4%
06h 24 0 mm. 5.24 k/h From: NE 25%
09h 21 0 mm. 5.85 k/h From: NNE 9%
12h 20 0 mm. 3.63 k/h From: N 5%
15h 19 0 mm. 1.95 k/h From: NNW 0%
18h 18 0 mm. 1.62 k/h From: W 0%
21h 20 0 mm. 1.32 k/h From: WNW 0%

The wicket prepared for the game will be good for batting. The spinners will get some help from the wicket. The weather forecast for the Wednesday’s game is going to be sunny with light winds.

Venue Details

Allan Border Field in Brisbane is going to host the third and final game of the one-day series between Australia women and New Zealand women.

Toss Prediction

Both the teams will be looking to win the toss and bowl first. The previous two one-day matches have been won by sides batting second.

Winning Prediction

Based on current form, Australia women will be outright favorites to win their final game against New Zealand women. Meg Lanning and Rachael Haynes have shown excellent form this series, while the spinners have delivered back-to-back excellent performances.

With Suzie Bates ruled out of the series, New Zealand’s batting has looked heavily reliant on Sophie Devine and Amy Satterthwaite to do the bulk of the scoring.

Expect Australia women to complete a 3-0 whitewash over New Zealand women

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