England pretty much figured out how to clutch an attract the main Test to keep their Ashes trusts alive in the wake of being in a triumphant situation at one phase in Canberra. Australia skipper Meg Lanning set up an exhilarating challenge by setting the guests 257 of every 48 overs to secure the game. Britain, be that as it may, slipped from being 218 for 3 to 244 for 9 to end any desires for prearranging a fight against eminent loss win in the wake of playing make up for lost time for three days.
Australia came into the last day at 12 for 2 after a huge piece of the third day was cleaned out because of downpour. Beth Mooney and Ellyse Perry assisted Australia with building promptly in the day with a 91-run stand and assisted the group with intersection the 100-run mark. Sophie Ecclestone delivered the forward leap to end the prevailing stand while Charlotte Dean caught Mooney in front soon. Lanning was capable oversee only 12 and that left Australia wobbling at 130 for 5 with the lead being 170.
For more tahlia McGrath and Ashleigh Gardner scored energetically and set on 49 for the 6th wicket as Australia figured out how to excel with the lead now beyond 200. When the two hitters were excused, Jess Jonassen struck 14 off 6 as Lanning pronounced with the scorecard perusing 216 for 7. Australia had the potential chance to bowl at England for six overs and were expecting an early wicket. Tammy Beaumont began emphatically as England went into the break at 23 for no misfortune and with the extra inspiration to go for the success considering they are behind on focuses in the multi-design series.
For openers set on 52 in 14.1 overs before McGrath eliminated Beaumont for 36 off 42. A little more than seven overs later, Winfield Hill too fell leaving England 94 for 2 and with a choice to make – to flood ahead or shut shop. Britain picked the previous choice and nearly made it work with Heather Knight (48), Sciver (58) and Sophia Dunkley (45) practically taking the side home. The three were valiant in their methodology and left the hosts perspiring for significant piece of the last meeting.
The stage was set up by Knight and Sciver crushing 72 off 70 to get the pursuit rolling. Whenever Hill was excused, the pair played out only one calm over and kept the limits streaming. In the 27th, Knight raised 200 pursues in the Test her staggering 168 not out in the principal innings. They cut down the situation to 104 off 17 overs before Darcie Brown excused the commander on the principal chunk of the 33rd over.
While a gigantic piece of credit ought to go to Knight and Sciver, it was Dunkley who make things simple for the guests. Her 45 included five fours and two sixes and she put Australia under colossal strain during her 32-ball stay. Be that as it may, Sciver fell in the 41st, Annabel Sutherland eliminated Amy Ellen Jones in the 43rd and debutant Alana King excused Dunkley in the 44th to leave England wobbling at 233 for 6.
Australia had figured out how to make the ideal bedlam and were hoping to go for the success as Katherine Brunt, Anya Shrubsole and Dean disintegrated under tension. Britain were left requiring 18 off 19 however Shrubsole was run out, with King dislodging Dean. Kate Cross then, at that point, made 1 off 12 and fearlessly struggled out the last two overs with Ecclestone to assist England with making due.
To be clear, England’s score of 245 for 9 ended up being the most noteworthy fourth-innings all out in ladies’ Test history.
Brief Scores : Australia 337/9 dec. (Meg Lanning 93, Rachel Haynes 86; Katherine Brunt 5-60, Nat Sciver 3-41) & 216/7 dec. (Beth Mooney 63; Katherine Brunt 3-24) drew with England 297 (Heather Knight 168, Sophie Ecclestone 34; Ellyse Perry 2-57, Annabel Sutherland 2-62) & 245/9 (Natalie Sciver 58; Annabel Sutherland 3-69).