(Photo) Australia script highest run chase in Women's World Cup

Australia

Aryan Surana

277 on this pitch with short boundaries wasn't enough as Australia recorded their fifth straight win in the World Cup 2022 campaign. Alyssa Healy set it up for Australia with a brisk fifty, something India didn't get. Meg Lanning Ellyse Perry then got together for a 103-run third-wicket partnership. The ball wasn't gripping enough for the Indian spinners to trouble the Aussie batters like they did against West Indies. The Aussies too played with a positive mindset, finding gaps and collecting the boundaries frequently.