Everything you need to know about live streaming, match times, and where to watch it.
The second Twenty20 International between hosts India and Australia will be played on Sunday, December 11.
Australia’s women took a beating, defeating the Women in Blue by nine wickets in the first Twenty20 International.
The five-match T20I series, in which the hosts are currently trailing 0-1, serves as a test for the team’s preparations for the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup.
Since they were unable to score runs in the previous match, Harmanpreet Kaur and co. will try to improve their bowling.
In addition, Team India will need to step up their fielding game because they missed a few chances that could have won the first Twenty20 International.
Team India lost despite scoring 172/5 in 20 overs, demonstrating that even 170-180 can be a small total to chase.
The batters will need to learn from Deepti Sharma’s strategy, as she scored runs at a strike rate of 240.00.
Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Rodrigues, and captain Harmanpreet will all be on the lookout for quick runs at the top.
On December 11, 2022, India Women and Australia Women will compete in the second Twenty20 International.
The Dr. DY Patil Sports Academy in Mumbai will host the second Twenty20 International between Australia Women and India Women.
At 7:00 p.m. IST, India Women vs. Australia Women will begin the second Twenty20 International.
The second Twenty20 International between the women of India and Australia will be broadcast live on the Star Sports Network.
The Disney+ Hotstar app will offer live streaming of the second Twenty20 International between Australia Women and India Women.
Live commentary and score updates are also available at hindustantimes.com/cricket.
In this five-match T20I series, India Women and Australia Women have only played one match against one another.
Australia Women won that match, and they currently hold a 1-0 series advantage.
Australia Women prevailed over India Women by nine wickets in the first T20I match.
Australia Women chose to field first in that match after winning the toss. Richa Ghosh and Deepti Sharma scored 36 runs each for India Women, who scored 172 runs in their first innings.
Ellyse Perry took two wickets for the Women’s Australia team.
Beth Mooney and Tahlia McGrath scored 89 and 40 runs, respectively, for the team, as Australia Women successfully pursued the target in the 19th over.
India Women’s Devika Vaidya picked up one wicket.
Jess Kerr’s four-wicket haul set the tone as New Zealand began their ODI series against Bangladesh with a comfortable eight-wicket victory at the Basin Reserve