ICC Women’s World T20, 2016- Australia Vs Sri Lanka- 24 Mar- Who Will Win?

Australia Women take on Sri Lanka Women in a Group A match of ICC Women’s World T20 at New Delhi  on 24 Mar. Who Will Win? Just wait and watch.

Here are a few reminders:-

  • Playing eleven selected by me. Actual playing eleven may differ.
  • Scores against each player are purely My judgement.
  • I predict based on statistical records and current form of player.
  • Am a passionate blogger not an astrologer.


Australia Women

  • Beat South Africa, lost to New Zealand in last two matches.
  • A Healy and E Villani have scored 7 and 4 runs respectively in two matches played so far.
  • Need to change opening pair.
  • Top order not scoring runs.
  • No genuine wicket takers.
  • Only E Perry and A Blackwell have scored more than 40 runs in any match so far.
  • A Healy- 20, E Villani- 15, E Perry- 25, A Blackwell- 25.
  •  J Jonnasen- 15, M Lannings-15.
  • Wicket takers- L Cheatle, K Beams, E Osborne, J Jonnasen.

Sri Lanka W0men

  • Lost to NZ and beat Ireland in last two matches.
  • No player has scored more than 40 runs so far in any innings.
  • Steady opening pair.
  • Average bowlers.
  • C Atapattu- 25, Y Mendis- 35, Manodara- 25.
  • P Weerakody- 20, O Ranasinghe- 20, M Madavi-10
  • Wicket takers- I Ranaweera, S Kumari, Ranasinghe, C Atapattu.


  • Australia barring is weak- 105 and 103 in last two matches.
  • Australia Does not have wicket taking bowlers.
  • Sri Lanka has a steady batting line up with good openers.
  • Bowlers of Sri Lanka are economical and pick up wickets 8 wkts against Ireland.

Likely Winner- Sri Lanka



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