An international cricket match between New Zealand and Australia will take place on March 1, 2019. Women's international test cricket matches are a rarity in the Australian domestic season, and a high-voltage clash is expected between the two teams. The match will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, with all eyes on it to see if New Zealand can prove that they're an improved team after their recent success in the ICC Women's World Cup.
We'll provide you with everything you need to know about this intriguing Test match and provide you with our prediction for the final result of this high-stakes contest.
We'll provide you with everything you need to know about this intriguing Test match and provide you with our prediction for the final result of this high-stakes contest.Read More
The New Zealand women’s cricket team is known as the White Ferns and represents New Zealand in international women's cricket. They are currently ranked third with a total of 8,276 points and an ICC rating of 120.New Zealand made its Test debut against England in 1935 at Lancaster Park, Christchurch. They played their first ODI match against Trinidad and Tobago at Clarence Park, St Albans in the June of 1973. Their T20 International debut was against England at the County Cricket Ground, Hove in the August of 2004.
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The Women's Cricket team in Australia was founded in 2003 when it was merged with the Australian Cricket Board. The merger has led to bigger financial and administrative gains for the team, which have been documented by many recent developments. The Australian Women's Cricket Team is the most successful in the history of women’s cricket. They have won five World Cups; from 1978, 1982, 1988, 1997 and 2013 - compared to all other teams - and also three World Twenty20 competitions [2010-2012-2014]! What are their prizes like? The Southern Stars have 246 wins from WODIs (Women ODI games), which leads other teams by a huge margin.
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