Latest Match Report – BAN Girls vs AUS Girls third ODI 2023/24

Australia 93 for two (Healy 33, Perry 27*, Mooney 21*, Rabeya 1-21) beat Bangladesh 89 (Nigar 16, Garth 3-11, Gardner 3-25, Perry 2-17, Molineux 2-23) by eight wickets

A ruthless Australia confirmed little mercy to Bangladesh, thumping them by eight wickets to brush their ODI collection in Dhaka on Wednesday.

Already 2-0 up, Alyssa Healy gained the toss and had little hesitation in bowling. And opening pair Kim Garth and Ellyse Perry dominated early, eradicating the highest three batters – Fargana Hoque (5), Sumaiya Akter (0) and Murshida Khatun (8) – by the top of the eighth over with simply 24 on the board.

Bangladesh by no means recovered, and stumbled all through the innings, shedding wickets at common intervals to be bowled out for 89 in 26.2 overs.

It might have been extra embarrassing for Bangladesh, although, however Australia bowled 14 wides, serving to extras end because the top-scorer with 20. Captain Nigar Sultana was subsequent greatest with 16, which she made off 39 deliveries.

Garth claimed 3 for 11 in seven overs to say the Participant-of-the-Match honours, whereas Ash Gardner (3 for 25), Perry (2 for 17) and Sophie Molineux (2 for 23) supplied strong assist.

Australia did not waste a lot time to knock off the paltry goal with Healy (33 in 34 balls), Perry (27 not out in 28) and Beth Mooney (21 not out in 22) serving to them get to 93 for two in 18.3 overs.

The 2 wickets to fall had been of Healy – leg earlier than to Rabeya Khatun – and Phoebe Litchfield, who was caught and bowled by Sultana Khatun for 12.

Gardner’s three-wicket haul earned her the Participant-of-the-Collection award, given her exploits within the opening matches. She made 32 and took 3 for 22 within the first ODI, and within the second claimed 2 for 22 and made an undefeated 20.

Australia will now meet Bangladesh in three T20Is, the primary of which shall be performed on Sunday, March 31, and shall be adopted by matches on Tuesday, April 2 and Thursday, April 4. All of the video games shall be performed in Dhaka.

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