The exceptionally fascinating three-match ODI series between Australia Women and South Africa Women will head into the third and last ODI, which is set to happen on Saturday at the North Sydney Oval. Presently, the series is yet to be determined, with the two groups having dominated one game each to tie it at 1-1.
Australia Women drew first blood, getting a nail-gnawing 8-wicket win, because of their restrained bowling assault that bowled out South Africa for a ridiculous 105 in 31.3 overs. Be that as it may, South Africa Women got back in the saddle in the second ODI, conveying a prevailing prevalence in the downpour-abbreviated game to even out the series with a convincing 84-run win.

Both teams have gifted players fit to transform the game in their favor. For the Australian women, Alyssa Healy, Beth Mooney, and Ellyse Perry will be pivotal in their triumph. The Australian batsmen will try to get off to a fast start at the top of the order, and the bowling departments will hope that Megan Schutt, Alana King, and Kim Garth will keep up their rhymethic spell and make it harder for South Africa to win.
On the other hand, to defeat the Australian challenge, South African women will rely on their skilled players to perform under pressure. Laura Wolvaardt, Sune Luus, and Marizanne Kapp can contribute to South Africa’s success.

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