As we gear up for India Women’s all-format series against Australia Women starting 21st September, let us look at some previous records between the two teams.
The tour starts off with 3 ODIs being played at Mackay in Queensland, Australia on 21st, 24th, and 26th September respectively. Looking at the past ODI stats between both the teams, a total of 46 ODIs have been played with India winning just 9 of them. However, the last time they played together was in 2018.
ODIs: Total 46 Matches between Indian women and Australia Women
Australia: Won 37
India: Won 9
The ODI will be followed by the historic One-off test which will be played from 30th September to 3rd October at Carrara Oval, Queensland, Australia. This would be the first day-night Test for the India Women Team and a test against Australia after 15 years. The last time Australia and India women’s team played a Test against them was in 2006. As per the stats are concerned, both the teams have played 9 tests against each other with 5 of them ending in a draw and 4 won by Australia. India is yet to win their 1st Test Match against Australia.
Test: Total 9 Test Matches between India women and Australia Women
Australia: Won 4
India: Won 0
The last leg of the tour, the 3 T20Is will be played on the 7th, 9th, and 10th October respectively at Carrara Oval, Queensland, Australia. Both the teams have met on 20 occasions for T20 with India winning 6 of them and Australia the remaining 14. The last time they both met was last year i.e. in 2020.
T20Is: Total 20 Matches between Indian women and Australia Women
Australia: Won 14
India: Won 6
Though, the stats might show the dominance of Australia over India but the fact that the current team India is completely changed and a very strong team with exceptionally talented players can’t be left hidden. We are sure to look forward to this tour which earlier got delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic as a very exciting one and worth the wait.
To know the complete Squad for both India and Australia Women, click here
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