ODI M01: IND vs AUS Highlights. India vs Australia 01 Day in Women Cricket
India vs Australia, 1st ODI
ODI M01: IND vs AUS Highlights – A Recap of the Best Moments
The first day of the India vs Australia Women’s Cricket match was nothing short of thrilling. The highlight of the day was undoubtedly Mitchell Marsh’s outstanding performance, where she scored 85 runs in just 65 balls.
|Date||Time||League||Season||Match Day||Live Streaming||Fantasy Cricket|
|March 17, 2023||1:30 PM||WPL 2023||2023||WPL Match 01||Disney + Hotstart||Dream11 Fantasy WPL Cricket|
The match was a true testament to the skill and talent of both teams, with India and Australia putting up a fierce fight. However, it was Marsh’s exceptional batting that stole the show and left the crowd in awe.
As the game progressed, it became clear that Marsh was in top form, hitting boundaries and sixes with ease. Her performance was a masterclass in cricket, showcasing her ability to read the game and make quick decisions.
Overall, the match was a great display of sportsmanship and talent, with both teams giving it their all. While India may not have come out on top, they put up a valiant effort and showed that they are a force to be reckoned with.
In conclusion, the ODI M01: IND vs AUS match was a thrilling display of cricket, with Mitchell Marsh’s exceptional performance stealing the show. It was a great day for women’s cricket, and we can’t wait to see what the rest of the tournament has in store.
India vs Australia, 1st ODI: India won by 5 wkts
India vs Australia
Australia (Playing XI): Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Steven Smith(c), Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Inglis(w), Cameron Green, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Sean Abbott, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa.
India (Playing XI): Shubman Gill, Ishan Kishan, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, KL Rahul(w), Hardik Pandya(c), Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, Mohammed Shami.
Best Performance Player’s
Man of the Match
I’m playing ODI cricket after 8 months so I was just looking to adapt to the format as soon as possible. Luckily with the ball, I got a few wickets. When I went to bat, I was looking to build a partnership with KL. I knew that the total was small but still we had to chase it down. We’ve been playing Test cricket. Line and length is different to Test cricket. You have to alter you lengths and pace. I was looking to bowl in good areas and I was also getting a bit of turn. I was looking to build a partnership today of about 70-80 runs, and that’s what happened. It was not easy to play the big shots because the ball was swinging.
India vs Australia Innings
|Power play 1||Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 59 runs, 1 wicket)|
|Australia||50 runs in 8.1 overs (49 balls), Extras 6|
|2nd Wicket||50 runs in 45 balls (MR Marsh 31, SPD Smith 16, Ex 7)|
|Power play 2||Overs 10.1 – 40.0 (Mandatory – 129 runs, 9 wickets)|
|Over 11.5||Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire – KN Ananthapadmanabhan, Batter – SPD Smith (Upheld)|
|Drinks||Australia – 77/2 in 12.3 overs (MR Marsh 40)|
|MR Marsh||50 off 51 balls (7 x 4, 3 x 6)|
|Australia||100 runs in 16.4 overs (100 balls), Extras 10|
|3rd Wicket||50 runs in 42 balls (MR Marsh 41, M Labuschagne 11, Ex 0)|
|Australia||150 runs in 24.4 overs (148 balls), Extras 10|
|Over 27.4||Review by India (Bowling), Umpire – KN Ananthapadmanabhan, Batter – JP Inglis (Struck down)|
|Drinks||Australia – 174/5 in 29.0 overs (C Green 12, GJ Maxwell 3)|
|Innings Break||Australia – 188/10 in 35.4 overs (MA Starc 4)|
India Team Innings
|Power play 1||Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 39 runs, 3 wickets)|
|Over 1.6||Review by India (Batting), Umpire – KN Ananthapadmanabhan, Batter – Ishan Kishan (Struck down)|
|Over 4.6||Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire – Nitin Menon, Batter – SA Yadav (Upheld)|
|Over 5.6||Review by India (Batting), Umpire – KN Ananthapadmanabhan, Batter – Shubman Gill (Upheld)|
|Powerplay 2||Overs 10.1 – 40.0 (Mandatory – 152 runs, 2 wickets)|
|India||50 runs in 12.4 overs (76 balls), Extras 3|
|Drinks||India – 58/4 in 14.0 overs (KL Rahul 17, HH Pandya 11)|
|India||100 runs in 24.3 overs (148 balls), Extras 6|
|Drinks||India – 114/5 in 28.0 overs (KL Rahul 39, RA Jadeja 16)|
|6th Wicket||50 runs in 76 balls (KL Rahul 18, RA Jadeja 26, Ex 6)|
|KL Rahul||50 off 73 balls (5 x 4)|
|India||150 runs in 34.6 overs (211 balls), Extras 12|
|6th Wicket||100 runs in 119 balls (KL Rahul 49, RA Jadeja 37, Ex 14)|
Team’s Match Presentation
(On making bowling look easy) There is a lot of hard work involved, you have to work on your fitness. You have to work hard in the nets. When you have the rhythm and the bounce and seam position is good, you get the results. There’s always good bounce on the Mumbai wickets. I bowled in the good areas and got the rewards. I planned with Hardik to keep one slip in place. The ball was moving a bit and the idea was to keep bowling in the tight off stump channel. If everyone contributes a bit, then it will be really good for the confidence of the players. We have done well to bundle out Australia for 188 and we should be able to chase it down. I get to know from the seam as to how well I am holding the ball.
Australia boasted of a long batting line-up. However, Mohammed Shami was outstanding in his second spell. He was right on the money and picked three wickets in three overs which also included two wicket-maidens. Siraj applied the finishing touches by adding two more wickets to his tally. Australia lost their last eight wickets for just 59 runs and they’ve ended with a below-par score on a pitch where there’s some assistance for the seamers. This is Australia’s lowest first innings team total against India since MCG 2008. Will it be a cakewalk chase for India? Or can the visitors put up a fight? We’ll find out after the break