10.15pm EST22:15England win the toss and will batSighs of relief in the touring dressing room, I am quite sure. Changes - Shrubsole in for Hartley, pace for spin for England. In the Australian camp, Amanda Wellington swaps out for Molly Strano, leg-spin for off. AustraliaMooneyHealyVillaniPerryHaynesGardnerKimminceJonassenAleyStranoSchuttEnglangKnight BeaumontTaylorSciverBruntWyattWilsonGunnHazellShrubsoleEcclestoneShare10.03pm EST22:03Get in touchAs always, hit us up to be part of the blog.
Good evening. Adam Collins with you here at North Sydney Oval. The news to hand is that England are unchanged from the side that thrashed the Governor-Generalâ€™s XI in a tour game on Wednesday. To dig a bit deeper on that, this confirms that Anya Shrubsoleâ€™s hamstring niggle is a bit more than that alone, for this is must-win and England rely on their vice-captain when she has the white ball in her hand.
A lace through cover from Beth Mooney, an embrace from her stand-in captain, Rachel Haynes, and a home dugout emptying on to the outfield at North Sydney Oval. As Australia celebrated a win in the opening Twenty20 that secured an unassailable 8-4 lead in the multi-format Women’s Ashes, England were inconsolable. With two matches left in this final leg, Heather Knight’s women can salvage the T20 series. But that does not count for much right now.
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