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Australia cricketer Ellyse Perry also added that she doesn't agree with running out non-strikers for leaving the crease early.
Explained: What the rest can learn from seven-time World Cup winning Australian women’s cricket team
The success of this Australian side is a combination of the players’ skills, team culture, and a system that fosters the development of both.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Ellyse Perry on course to play as specialist batter, says Meg Lanning
Ellyse Perry had missed Australia’s previous two games, including the semifinal against West Indies, after she suffered back spasms in Australia’s win against South Africa last week
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Aware of the power of dangerous Mandhana and Harmanpreet, says Perry
Searching for a record-extending seventh title, Australia have been on a roll in the the World Cup, winning all four of their matches so far. The Meg Lanning led-side faces last edition's runner-up India next on Saturday.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Perry, Brown shine as Australia trounce New Zealand to fire title warning
Australia recovered from a shaky start to demolish New Zealand by 141 runs in Wellington Sunday and underscore their status as Women's Cricket World Cup favourites.
The second season of the eight-team, 100 balls-per-side tournament, will also feature some of the world's leading women's players including Australia's Ellyse Perry and India's Smriti Mandhana.
Smriti Mandhana slammed a 39-ball 45 to power defending champions Sydney Thunder to a six-wicket win over Sydney Sixers.
WBBL 2021: Shafali Verma, Radha Yadav shine in Sydney Sixers' five-wicket win over Hobart Hurricanes
Young opener Shafali struck 57 off 50 balls with six hits to the fence in Sixers' successful run chase against Hobart Hurricanes, while Yadav grabbed two wickets, including that of compatriot Richa Ghosh.
India vs Australia: Smriti Mandhana says she got lucky with the no ball while batting in 1st innings
Mandhana, who scored 127 off 216 balls, survived at the personal score of 80 when she sliced a full Ellyse Perry delivery straight to Beth Mooney at point but the bowler overstepped giving her a reprieve.
As per rules of multi-format series, both teams settled for two points. The series score stands at 6-4 in Australia's favour.
India vs Australia: Impressive youngsters, ageless Jhulan Goswami and other talking points from ODIs
Here are some of the key talking points from the three ODIs between India and Australia, which the latter won by a 2-1 margin to take the lead in the multi-format series.
India vs Australia: Ellyse Perry sees 'more opportunity' to shine with ball amidst hosts' pacer crisis
India's tour of Australia begins with the opening ODI at the Great Barrier Reef Arena in Mackay on 21 September and concludes with the third and final T20I at the Metricon Stadium in Gold Coast on 10 October.
Head coach Matthew Mott said Vlaeminck, who did not bowl on Thursday, would be the lone player unavailable for next week's ODIs in Mackay and the ensuing Test in Gold Coast.
Southern Stars won't be able to field first XI in all games against India, says head coach Matthew Mott
With Sydney and Melbourne being COVID-19 hot-spots, the Indian team and 12 out of the 18 Australian players are currently in a two-week hard quarantine and according to a 'cricket.com.au' report, they will allowed out a week before the first WODI at Mackay on 21 September.
The 30-year old was set to turn up for Birmingham Phoenix in the 100-ball tournament scheduled to get underway on 21 July.
Pink ball Test will be well-contested affair due to India's strong batting line-up, says Australia's Ellyse Perry
The two sides are set to play a day-night Test from 30 September to 3 October in Perth as part of India's tour Down Under. The historic fixture will be the Indian women's team's first pink ball game.
Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry signs up for English cricket's Hundred, to play for Birmingham Phoenix
Perry, recently named the International Cricket Council's women's player of the decade, has agreed to join the Birmingham Phoenix.
Virat Kohli named ICC Male Cricketer of the Decade; Ellyse Perry is best female cricketer in last 10 years
Steve Smith is ICC Men’s Test Cricketer of the Decade while leg-spinner from Afghanistan Rashid Khan is the ICC Men’s T20I Cricketer of the Decade.
The eight-team tournament was originally set to start on17 October, with 59 games across six cities.
While Ellyse Perry has been included subject to fitness, pace bowler Tayla Vlaeminck will miss the series because of a foot injury.