Australia Women acquire ‘helpful insights’ from Pat Cummins’ side ahead of ODIs against India | Cricket News – Times of India

Australia Women acquire 'helpful insights' from Pat Cummins' side ahead of ODIs against India | Cricket News - Times of India

New Delhi: Star Batsman Beth Mooney Australia’s women’s team has sought valuable insights from their male counterparts to win the 2023 ODI World Cup, revealed on Wednesday.
The insight has proved to be ‘really helpful’ as they prepare for the three-match series against India starting in Mumbai on Thursday.
Despite holding a dominant ODI record against India with 40 wins from 50 matches, the Australian women’s team is leaving no stone unturned in their preparations, recognizing the importance of a thorough and comprehensive foundation.
Mooney told the media ahead of Australia’s training session at the Wankhede Stadium, “We have taken some insight from the Australian men’s team who were playing the ODI World Cup here recently and it is really helpful to get some insight from them. It has been proven.”
“It’s just about adapting as quickly as we can. The death bowling and batting is going to be really important, making sure we get over it.”
“Hopefully, we can fix some things in this series and the next six months before that. T20 World Cup In Bangladesh and then obviously the ODI World Cup next year,” added Mooney.
Mooney acknowledged the crucial role of home crowd support for India and stressed that seven-time World Cup winners Australia are desperate to silence them early in the series.
“We know that India are a huge threat in white-ball cricket. They have had a lot of success in the last two years and have got some world-class players in their line-up. As soon as possible in this white-ball series. , come out firing and cancel it,” Mooney said.
“Hopefully, we can silence them (the crowd) as soon as possible in the ODIs – that will be a huge factor in the overall series but first and foremost in the first game,” Mooney added. Mooney added.
It is not unusual for the Australian women’s team to play away from home at Christmas, as they opened their tour of India with an eight-wicket loss in the only Test.
Mooney supported his captain. Alyssa Haley That there could have been another test on this tour.
He said that we gained a lot from this Test match.
“The last two days have been great to be off and away from cricket but we are ready to go tonight and will train well for the first ODI tomorrow (Thursday),” Mooney added.
With the next T20 World Cup to be held in Bangladesh in 2024 and the next 50-over World Cup scheduled in India in 2025, Mooney said the series will help in learning as much as possible.
“It’s probably trying to learn as much as possible. We’ve got a different format now compared to a few years ago and certainly when the 2013 ODI World Cup ended here in India,” he said.
He added, “We want to get the most out of this series and obviously we’ll be going to Bangladesh in April so we want to get the most out of these series and really get to know the conditions. “
(with PTI input)

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