The Australian women team have won every single ODI match for the past two years. They will now face Sri Lanka women at home in a three-match ODI series. Australians have recently won the T20I series against the Sri Lankans (3-0) with two individual hundreds pushing them to a total of more than 200 in two matches. Chamari Atapattu’s hundred in the first T20I was the only positive thing that happened for the visitors in the T20I.
After whitewashing the recently concluded T20I series against the Lankans, the Aussies will face them again on October 5, 2019. The team is currently in really good form and their batswomen are currently on a roll. Beth Mooney scored 113 runs in the first T20I and her teammate Alyssa Healy scored 148 runs in the third match. Because of their excellent performance, Australia became the first team to qualify for ICC Women's World Cup 2021. According to the reports, the Kangaroos will be coming to the match with the same line-up.
Sri Lanka were able to show some fight against Australia women in the T20I series. The second match, however, saw a decline in their performance as they lost by 9 wickets. In the final T20I match, their batting order fell apart and the Australians won by 132 runs. The Lankans would want to start the upcoming series with a win.