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.
It went down to the final over, but the Aussies got the job done by six wickets #CWC22— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) March 19, 2022