Australia vs Ireland Prediction Tips Women World T20 Match Preview who will win on Saturday 26th March 2016. AUS WM vs IRE WM Today WWT20 match result prediction, toss prediction astrology, pitch condition, weather report. Get here women world twenty20 match live score ball by ball updates.
Southern Stars will play against Irish women in the Group A match of women t20 world cup 16th match on Saturday, at Delhi. This women t20 match will live broadcast on Star Sports, Fox Sports, Sky Sports and PTV Sports as match starts at 15:30 local (10:00 GMT | 15:00 PKT), live from Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi.
Australia crushed Sri Lanka by nine wickets in Delhi but their bid for a fourth straight women’s World Twenty20 title could yet be scuppered before the semi-finals. Australia are favoured to bank a third victory at the tournament when they face winless Ireland in their final pool fixture, which starts at 9pm AEDT on Saturday.
If South Africa manage to topple New Zealand and Sri Lanka they will also finish the pool stage with three wins, as will New Zealand. The Southern Stars’ run-rate is currently inferior to both sides, meaning they’re still very much at risk of elimination. “Every game we play now is like a World Cup final, so we can’t afford to drop the ball,” opener Elyse Villani said after starring in her side’s win over Sri Lanka.
Australia vs Ireland Prediction
Ireland women will win the toss choose to bat first but Australia women will win the match. The Southern Stars were dealt a reality check by New Zealand earlier this week; the six-wicket loss all but ensuring they wouldn’t top their pool. Villani and Meg Lanning responded in the best possible way on Thursday, posting unbeaten half-centuries in a 98-run stand.
Ireland qualified for the main round after stunning Bangladesh in the final of the Qualifiers in Thailand in 2015, but have failed to reproduce a match-winning performance in the Indian subcontinent. Clear underdogs, Ireland lost both their games so far – a 93-run drubbing at the hands of group leaders New Zealand followed by a 14-run loss to Sri Lanka owing to a batting collapse after Ciara Metcalfe’s four-wicket haul. Having said that, it would probably be unfair to rule them out of the contest completely.
Australia Women T20 Team Squad: Meg Lanning (c), Alex Blackwell (vc), Kristen Beams, Lauren Cheatle, Sarah Coyte, Rene Farrell, Holly Ferling, Grace Harris, Alyssa Healy, Jess Jonassen, Beth Mooney, Erin Osborne, Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, Elyse Villani
Ireland Women T20 Team Squad: Isobel Joyce (c), Catherine Dalton, Laura Delany, Kim Garth, Jennifer Gray, Cecelia Joyce, Shauna Kavanagh, Amy Kenealy, Gaby Lewis, Robyn Lewis, Ciara Metcalfe, Kate McKenna, Lucy O’Reilly, Clare Shillington, Mary Waldron