Australia have the prospect to heap a 20th straight yr of distress on New Zealand when the 2 sides conflict in Sunday’s ODI ladies’s conflict in Adelaide.
NZ haven’t held the Rose Bowl trophy since 1999, and that dropping run is in peril of constant after struggling a five-run loss to Australia on the WACA Floor on Friday.
Set 142 for victory, New Zealand had been restricted to 9-236.
With Australia now holding a 1-Zero lead within the three-match sequence, New Zealand should win at Karen Rolton Oval on Sunday to maintain alive their hopes of profitable again the Rose Bowl.
New Zealand captain Amy Satterthwaite was buoyed by her staff’s effort to bowl Australia out for 241 within the sequence opener.
“It’s not usually you get to do this,” Satterthwaite stated.
“I feel there’s nonetheless a number of room for enchancment, and that’s the scary half.
“To take ten wickets was excellent. I feel we in all probability had too many extras, and we leaked just a few boundaries on the mistaken time.
“However we confirmed a number of struggle and took it to them.”
Satterthwaite stated her staff was embracing the problem of the upcoming must-win video games.
“It’s identical to two finals. Convey it on,” she stated.
Satterthwaite scored 92 off 123 balls to present her facet a sniff of victory in Perth.
However Australian allrounder Jess Jonassen spun the sport again the opposite approach, snaring Satterthwaite and Katie Perkins (48) on the best way to figures of Four-43.
Jonassen, who additionally scored 36 with the bat, stated her staff would wish to remain centered with a view to wrap up the sequence.
“We’ve dropped the primary recreation of the previous couple of sequence, so to have the primary one below your belt is kind of good,” Jonassen stated.
“However we all know New Zealand are going to return out simply as arduous, if not tougher, within the subsequent recreation. So we have to be on our recreation.”