Australia women set to further fine-tune their T20I batting order

Australian women are expected to experiment with the T20Is blow order against Sri Lanka later this month, with fine-tuning their plans ahead of next year's T20 World Cup title defense.

After achieving a comprehensive 3-0 victory over the West Indies in Barbados, they won 19 of the last 21 T20Is dating back to March 2018.

They did not suffer much from the exhaustion of the West Indies, and they started the series with six consecutive wins in a row.

Alyssa Healy was the lead scorer in the series and stuck at the top of the order, but Matthew Mott said he could try various combinations ahead of the T20 World Cup, which will start in late February. I didn't see them going out a lot out of the players of this group

Beth Mooney played 4 and 8 in the first two T20s and finished with an undefeated 24. Ellyse Perry was third above Captain Meg Lanning and aimed for the final.

Australia will play Sri Lanka in three games in Sydney from the end of September, with a tri-series between England and India ahead of the World Cup.

"Our blow was really good and we thought it was better every game." Our first chase was not our best but the last time we styled. But we are still tinkering. I think you get the correct formula for tinkering a bit with Sri Lanka in the T20 and heading to the World Cup.

"I think [the squad] It's very close to what we have. Only hit spells will change. We have a powerful nucleus of players who have led the world cup. Back home, there is a WNCL round, which is a great opportunity for players to raise their hands and show what they can do. But we will be close to this 14. "

Mott was impressed by the performance of the leg spinner Georgia Wareham on his last T20I with West Indies, scored three on the age of 14, and was happy with the difference provided by the face bowler Tayla Vlaeminck even without the creek.

"We're really happy until bowling goes on. When we saw Megan Suit wandering left-handed turnstiles and trying a few new things, I thought Georgia Wareham popped incredibly well. Balls, so good for her confidence.

"[Tayla’s] Bounce is really powerful. Every time she comes in, she fires the team. You can see the batter rushing up. So she changes the way the batter moves his feet, even without wearing a wicket, putting pressure on the other end. "

The T20I series for Sri Lanka will start in Oval, North Sydney on September 29, and all three matches will be played from October 5 before the three ODIs are held in Brisbane.

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