Australia Women 185 for 2 (Villani 90*, Lanning 50) kick Pakistan Women 91 for 9 (Perry 3-12, Coyte 3-14) by 94 runs
Australia Women have reliable their entrance in a Women’s World T20 semi-finals after their 94-run win opposite Pakistan Women. The second semi-final mark from organisation A will now be motionless when South Africa Women take on New Zealand Women in a practical quarter-final. If New Zealand win, they will tip a group, with Australia behind them, while if South Africa win, they will pass New Zealand on comment of a improved net run-rate.
Australia done a sure-footed start to their compare after selecting to bat, as openers Alyssa Healy and Elyse Villani put together 61 for a initial wicket. Villani anchored a innings after Healy over and, in a association of Meg Lanning, increased Australia to a huge 185. The span combined 104 during a scoring rate of scarcely 10. Lanning was out in a penultimate over for 50 off 33 balls, though it was Villani’s innings that set Australia up, her dominant 90 entrance off 54 balls with 6 fours and 5 sixes.
A plain opening mount of 57 off 68 balls was a usually splendid mark for an differently unsure Pakistan. Javeria Khan and Bismah Maroof, a openers, were also a usually batsmen to measure in double figures. Javeria’s wicket in a 13th over was followed by a slip that saw Pakistan unemployment from 61 for 1 to 91 for 9.
Sarah Coyte and Ellyse Perry both took 3 wickets each, while Jess Jonassen finished with 2 for 14.