India vs Australia Women’s T20 World Cup 1st Semi-Final 2023

IND W vs AUS W ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 Semi-Final Live Telecast & Streaming Details

When it comes to the T20 Women’s World Cup semi-final clash, which pits India against Australia Women, excitement levels are through the roof. The winner of this match will play the winner of the match between England and South Africa in the championship game.

In the competition, Australia has been victorious in all of their matches, while India has performed admirably, claiming three victories and suffering only one defeat, which came at the hands of England by a score of 11 runs.

IND W vs AUS W ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 Semi-Final Live Telecast & Streaming Details

Fox Sports will telecast the AUS vs IND Women’s T20 WC 2023 Semi-final match in Australia while the live streaming will be available at Foxtel and Kayo Sports App.

IND W vs AUS W Live Streaming 2023: Star Sports will broadcast the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 1st Semifinal between India and Australia. The match will begin at Cape Town South Africa at 6:30 PM IST.

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Australia Women

Although Australia has been dominant throughout the World Cup, their upcoming encounter against India could be their most challenging competition to yet. Alyssa Healy has been an amazing batter and is not only the greatest scorer for the team with 146 runs, but she is also one of the most consistent. Not only is she the highest scorer for the team, but she is also one of the most consistent.

Lanning (90 runs) and Mooney (78 runs) are, perhaps surprisingly, quite ways behind Healy, but they have both batted really effectively. Megan Schutt (eight wickets) and Ashleigh Gardner (seven wickets) have been the standout bowlers for Australia, and both have done so while limiting the number of runs they have allowed their opponents to score. As the Indian batters get to the crease, Schutt and Gardner are going to be the ones who cause the most trouble.


India Women

India won their matches against the West Indies, Pakistan, and Ireland by a large margin; however, they were defeated by England by 11 runs despite Renuka Singh’s outstanding bowling effort in which he took 5/15 wickets against England. The batters Mandhana (52 runs) and Richa Ghosh (47 runs) were great, but the rest of the team wasn’t able to contribute all that much to the victory.

Mandhana needs to keep up her phenomenal form at the plate if India is going to have any chance of winning the event. She now sits in second place in the competition for the most total runs scored, with 149.

Her performance of 87 runs against Ireland is an encouraging omen, and she will face Australia with a lot of self-assurance. She does get some assistance from Ghosh, who has scored 122 runs in total, but Verma and Rodrigues have a lot of work to do.



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