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Campbell debuts, Aussies bat in third ODI

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Campbell debuts, Aussies bat in third ODI

It has taken 1428 days, a file scurry and redemptive 38-year-earlier skool Jhulan Goswami but Australia gain finally suffered an ODI defeat.

Meg Lanning’s all-conquering juggernaut, having recorded 26 consecutive wins in the structure to surpassed the earlier world file of 21 victories finished by Ricky Ponting’s 2003 World Cup champions, went down by two wickets in the third ODI in Mackay on Sunday.

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The lunge began in India and Mithali Raj’s facet, having snatched defeat from the jaws of victory at the equal venue in the second ODI, finally snapped it by hauling in a target of 265 with three balls remaining.

“It became inevitable at some point that we had been going to lose a sport,” Lanning said.

“There might perchance be now not any easy wins.

“So that you can gain the lunge as prolonged as we did, I think is an amazing effort over a prolonged period of time.

“India had been too exact.”

Lanning is upbeat huge title batters Rachael Haynes and Beth Mooney, who both suffered hamstring injuries in the loss, will be match for the day-night time Take a look at that begins at Metricon Stadium on Thursday.

Goswami conceded 13 runs in Friday night time’s final over, having in near infamous before the third umpire deemed her remaining transport to be a no-ball on height.

The aged proved the vacationers’ hero with the bat on Sunday, whacking a transport from Sophie Molineux befriend over the left-arm spinner’s closely-bandaged face for four to entire their very best scurry ever.

“We knew the wicket became flat and if lets play to the 50th over then lets scurry it down,” Goswami said.

“I wasn’t aware (thinking) of that winning lunge of 26 after we had been batting.”

Goswami also pushed apart Lanning, for her first ODI duck since the 2017 World Cup semi-final between the rivals, and Haynes in a double-wicket maiden that helped restrict Australia to 9-264.

The hosts had rallied from 4-53 to finish 5-275 in Friday’s ODI, completing their second-very best scurry ever.

There became no enormous ruin out on Sunday without reference to India, in the box seat after cruising to 1-160 in 29.2 overs, threatening to fold after a give plot of 5-48.

Debutante Stella Campbell and fellow 19-year-earlier skool Annabel Sutherland, both called up as Australia refreshed an inexperienced attack missing stars Megan Schutt and Jess Jonassen, in short wrestled befriend momentum.

But Sneh Rana (30) and Deepti Sharma (31) regained maintain a watch on after Sutherland made a profusion of Raj’s stumps.

Ashleigh Gardner (67) and Beth Mooney (52) both benefited from dropped catches as they helped Australia rebuild from 4-87.

India had been incredibly sloppy in the discipline but Molineux created four possibilities that had been assign down, while Australia also talented 34 extras.

“There might perchance be some areas to toughen on in all three areas of our sport,” Lanning said.

“So much to work on.

“We took some amazing catches and also did now not comparatively nail some different possibilities, which became a diminutive bit frustrating.”

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Campbell debuts, Aussies bat in third ODI