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Editor's Pick (Women's Cricket) Australia - New Zealand

First and Third on the points table respectively, this match could decide who is on top. While Australia has two wins, New Zealand has one win and one NR. The funny part is that NZ (+1.258), though third on the table, has a better run rate than Australia (+1.085) who is first. Even a no result in this match could bring New Zealand to the top because of that run rate.

While both teams don’t necessarily have to panic, there is no need to take it easy either. Australia most certainly won’t. Much harder staying on top.

Here’s my lineup.

Elyse Villani
Alex Blackwell
Meg Lanning
Amy Satterthwaite
Nicole Bolton
Megan Schutt
Holly Huddleston
Lea Tahuhu
Kristen Beams
Beth Mooney
Rachel Priest

Any comments?

Indu

P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!



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