Event: ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020
Match 5: Australia Women’s vs Sri Lanka Women’s
Venue: WACA, PERTH, AUSTRALIA
Time & Date: 3:00 pm local and 7:00 am GMT
As we know ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is underway and all the matches going amazing with lot of crowds and all teams are performing well. It’s just beginning there are a lot of matches remaining with a grand final.
Today 2 matches have been scheduled and the first match is AUSW vs SLW which will go live from WACA, PERTH, AUSTRALIA at 3:00 pm local time and 7:00 am GMT.
Australia and Sri Lanka have played 1,1 match before this upcoming match where both teams lost their matches. Australia lost its match against India on 21 Feb 2020 which was the opener and Sri Lanka lost its match against New Zealand on Saturday 22 February 2020.
Women’s T20 International Ranking
According to ICC Women’s T20 International Ranking, Australia is leading at the top but Sri Lanka at number 8 so ranking wise both teams have much difference but in cricket ranking does not matter on match day.
Australia’s Performance in Last 5 T20 International matches
Australia has played its last 5 T20 matches against India and as a result, Australia lost 2 and won 3 matches. The last match was played between Australia and India on the opening day of this big event.
Sri Lanka’s Performance In Last 5 T20 International Matches
Sri Lanka’s performance in the last 5 T20I matches is very bad because they lost all 5 matches from which 1 against New Zealand which was the first match in this world cup on Saturday 22 February 2020, 3 against Australia and 1 against England.
Sri Lanka vs Australia | Last 5 T20I Matches Record
Australia Women’s Squad
- MEG LANNING (Captain)
- ERIN BURNS
- NICOLA CAREY
- ASHLEIGH GARDNER
- RACHAEL HAYNES
- ALYSSA HEALY (Keeper)
- JESS JONASSEN
- DELISSA KIMMINCE
- SOPHIE MOLINEUX
- BETH MOONEY
- ELLYSE PERRY
- MEGAN SCHUTT
- MOLLY STRANO
- ANNABEL SUTHERLAND
- GEORGIA WAREHAM
Sri Lanka Women’s Squad
- CHAMARI ATHAPATHTHU (Captain)
- KAVISHA DILHARI
- AMA KANCHANA
- HANSIMA KARUNARATHNA
- ACHINI KULASOORIYA
- SUGANDIKA KUMARI
- HARSHITHA MADHAVI
- HASINI MADUSHIKA
- DILANI MANODARA (Keeper)
- UDESHIKA PRABODANI
- SATHYA SANDEEPANI
- ANUSHKA SANJEEWANI
- NILAKSHIKA SILVA
- SHASHIKALA SIRIWARDANA
- UMASHA THIMESHANI
ICC Women’s World Cup 2020 Live broadcast coverage on TV and online streaming | Where to watch on TV and Digital
The ICC’s main global broadcast partner is Star Sport and that is broadcasts across the world through live and highlights television coverage in close to 160 territories.
The 16 broadcast partners confirmed for the event include Star Sports (India and the rest of the Indian Sub-continent (including Sri Lanka)), Fox Sports (Australia), Channel 9 (Australia) Sky Sports (United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland), SuperSport (South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa), Etisalat Criclife (United Arab Emirates), Willow TV (USA & Canada), Sky TV (New Zealand), PTV (Pakistan), ESPN (Caribbean), Gazi TV (Bangladesh), Radio Television Afghanistan (Afghanistan), Fox Networks Group (South East Asia), Digicel (Pacific Islands), Yupp TV (MENA, Continental Europe, and Central Asia), Star Cricket (Singapore, Malaysia & Hong Kong).
Leading the charge in multi-language production, ICC’s Global Broadcaster, Star Sports, will broadcast all matches in English and India matches (excluding India v Sri Lanka) in five languages including English, Hindi, Tamil, Telegu, and Kannada. For fans wishing to connect to the tournament via the web or mobile platforms, all matches will be available on Hotstar.
Yupp TV will provide extensive global coverage to over 60 territories including Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland and Faroe Islands, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino and Vatican City, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.