The Indian women’s team beat the Australian women’s team by two wickets in the third and final One-Day International. Australia’s winning run of 26 straight matches in this format came to an end as a result of this result. This winning run began in the year 2018. The contributions of openers Yastika Bhatia (64 runs) and Shefali Verma (56 runs) were critical in the Indian team’s win against Pakistan. As a result of winning the first two games of the series, Australia had already clinched the series victory.
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In the third and final women’s One-Day International, the hosts had posted a difficult total of 264 for nine. With Australia 87 for four in the 25th over, they were in danger of losing their grip on the contest. However, they were able to recover due to a 98-run partnership between Ashleigh Gardner (67) and Beth Mooney (52), who had hit a century in the previous match. Tahlia McGrath also contributed to the victory with a stunning performance of 47 runs in 32 balls.
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