Womens Ashes 2023: England Women vs Australia Women – Only Test Preview and Updates

England Women and Australia Women will renew their Ashes rivalry in the series’ only Test at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. The last three Ashes tests have all ended in draws, so fans are expecting another. The Australians are a very strong team that will play hard cricket. To win this game, the English girls must give their best effort.

England Women last defeated Australia Women in 2014, and a determined approach is required to win this game. In the last decade, Australia has dominated Test cricket, losing only once. We expect both teams to come out swinging, making this game exciting.

The Womens Ashes 2023 Only Test Match between England Women vs Australia Women will take place on June 22nd, 2023 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

Match Details to Note

Match: England Women vs Australia Women, Only Test, Group A, Womens Ashes 2023

Date: June 22, 2023 (Thursday)                                                   

Time: 3:30 PM IST

Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham

AUS-W vs ENG-W Only Test | Live Score of Australia Women tour of England  2019

England Women (Match Odds – 3.35):


Heather Knight will aim to win a Test against Australia for the first time in eight years. Only four members of the current squad were present in their last victory in Perth in 2014. They have home field advantage, and Knight wants to get the most out of her players. With Australia missing experienced skipper Lanning, England will look to capitalize on this opportunity.

As they face one of the best fast-bowling attacks in the world, they will need a strong start from Emma Lamb and Tammy Beaumont. Knight must anchor the middle of the field and form alliances with Sophia Dunkley and Nat Sciver-Brunt. For the team to succeed, Amy Jones and Alice Davidson-Richards must score runs down the order.

In this game, their bowlers will face a difficult challenge, and they will need good spells from Issy Wong and Lauren Bell with the new ball. Nat Sciver and Sophie Ecclestone must bring their experience to this game. They lack depth in the bowling, so Alice Davidson-Richards must perform admirably.

Full Squad:

Heather Knight (captain), Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Bell, Alice Capsey, Kate Cross, Alice Davidson-Richards, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Ecclestone, Lauren Filer, Danielle Gibson, Amy Jones (wicketkeeper), Emma Lamb, Nat Sciver-Brunt (vice captain), Issy Wong, Danielle Wyatt

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Players to watch out for:

Nat Sciver

She hit some spectacular shots in the recently concluded Charlotte Edwards Cup. Sciver is one of the players to watch in the middle order because he provides great stability.

Charlie Dean

With her consistent performances over the last few months, she has earned a spot in the red ball cricket team. Dean has the ability to provide breakthroughs when her team is in desperate need.

Possible Playing XI:

Heather Knight (c), Emma Lamb, Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones (wk), Nat Sciver-Brunt, Sophia Dunkley, Alice Davidson-Richards, Sophie Ecclestone, Kate Cross, Issy Wong, Lauren Bell

Australia Women (Match Odds – 1.33):


Meg Lanning, the series’ skipper, is no longer involved. The visitors have suffered a major setback, and Alyssa Healy will captain the team in this game. The Australians haven’t lost a Test Match in the last eight years, and a win here would extend that streak. They have a strong batting lineup, and Healy would like to get the most out of them and set the tone for the rest of the tour.

Alyssa Healy will look to lead from the start in this game, pairing up with Phoebe Litchfield. The team expects runs from Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, and Kim Garth in the middle order. They will bat deep and rely on Ashleigh Gardner, Tahila McGrath, and Annabel Sutherland for runs.

The Australians have a strong bowling attack, and they will need good new ball spells from Darcie Brown and Perry. Jess Jonassen and Annabel Sutherland have gained experience and will have to put the English batters on the back foot. Tahlia McGrath, Gardner, and Alana King round out the bowling options.

Full Squad:

Alyssa Healy (captain/wicketkeeper), Tahlia McGrath (vice captain), Darcie Brown, Ashleigh Gardner, Kim Garth, Grace Harris, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Phoebe Litchfield, Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, Annabel Sutherland, Georgia Wareham

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Players to watch out for:

Alyssa Healy

In the absence of Meg Lanning, she will captain Australia. Healy can hit the red ball a long way and lead her team to exciting starts.

Annabel Sutherland

Sutherland has demonstrated excellent control and mastery of the white ball in recent years. She has a fantastic bounder in her arsenal.

Possible Playing XI:

Alyssa Healy (c &wk), Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Tahlia McGrath, Ashleigh Gardner, Annabel Sutherland, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Darcie Brown, Phoebe Litchfield, Kim Garth

England Women vs Australia Women Head to Head

England Women vs Australia Women Head to Head Stats in Tests

  Matches Played ENGW Won AUSW Won Tie Draw
Overall 51 9 12 0 30

England Women vs Australia Women Toss Prediction

In the past, most teams preferred to bowl first on this ground. The fast bowlers get some help in the first session of the game, and the wicket softens as the game progresses. In this game, the team that wins the toss should not be afraid to bowl first.

England Women vs Australia Women Pitch Report

Trent Bridge in Nottingham is a bowler’s paradise, with fast bowlers enjoying the conditions with the ball moving around. Batters must be patient and play to the merits of the ball on this surface. Fast bowlers enjoy bowling here on the first day because the wicket provides them with a lot of options. Spinners play little role here until the fourth day, when the wicket offers some turn.

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On the first two days, Nottingham will have overcast skies with a chance of rain. The weather forecast improves after Day 3. Batting conditions will be difficult, and the ball will move. The team that bats first in the game will be pleased if they score 300 runs or more in the first innings.

England Women vs Australia Women Prediction

England Women are up against a formidable opponent. Their batters will face the best bowling attack in the game and must overcome the challenge to win. Australia Women have an experienced batting lineup and haven’t lost a Test Match in a long time. We anticipate a close race, but the Australian women have the advantage.

Check out the odds at Cricbaba!

Australia Women is the favourite to beat England Women at the odds of 1.33.

England Women vs Australia Women Most Recommended Player for Bet:

Beth Mooney performed admirably in a warm-up match last week, scoring 107 and 35 not out in two innings. We can expect a strong performance from her because she will be playing on the batting-friendly Trent Bridge track.

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