The Southern Stars won the one-day series 2-1 (after leading 2-0) against England in the Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes 2017-18, and reclaimed the No.1 spot in the Women’s Cricket advancing past World Cup Champion England. The teams are marginally apart in points with host Australia at 129 to England’s 127. Australia have a chance to further their lead as they meet again for a one-off test match played under-lights with pink ball at North Sydney Oval. This will be followed by 3 T20Is, which will conclude the Ashes.
Below is statistical analysis of Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes ODI series
Women's Ashes - ODI Statistical analysisBelow is comprehensive analysis of batting and bowling of both England and Australia.
|Below two table features team's performances in each phase of their innings including Powerplay.
|Below two tables feature player's batting performance.
|Below two tables features batting partnerships of two teams.
|Below two tables features bowling performance
|Below two tables features performance various type of bowlers employed by Australia.
|To observe their effectiveness i have not included those phases of a bower in which they have not picked any wicket. For e.g Australian off-spinners and leg spinners bowled 6 overs in PPI without taking a single wicket.
|Below two tables features various type of bowlers employed by
Note – Regrettably, the women’s series is not being covered very comprehensively from a broadcast and a statistical viewpoint, therefore it was not possible to conclude when secondary power play was taken in game 1 and 3.