Women’s Ashes: Danni Wyatt’s 76 establish England win in 2nd T20I vs Australia to preserve Ashes hopes|Cricket News

Danni Wyatt’s knock of 76 from 46 balls laid the structures for England to win the 2nd T20I versus Australia at The Kia Oval and preserve their Ashes hopes.

Wyatt, who shared an opening stand of 57 with Sophia Dunkley, needed to spearhead a repair work task after England’s middle order fell apart, losing 5 wickets for 19, consisting of a first-ball duck for captain Heather Knight on her 100th T20 worldwide look.

However the house side recuperated to publish 186-9 and their spinners effectively protected that overall, with Sarah Glenn taking 2-27 and Sophie Ecclestone 2-35 to limit Australia to 183-8 in reply.

England celebrate Sarah Glenn's dismissal of Australia captain Alyssa Healy in the second T20I (PA Images)
England commemorate Sarah Glenn’s termination of Australia captain Alyssa Healy

The three-run triumph indicates England now route Australia 6-2 in the multi-format Ashes series, with the 3rd and last T20I at Lord’s on Saturday, reside on Sky Sports Cricket from 6.30 pm.

Danni Wyatt, England (PA Images)
Danni Wyatt underpinned England’s overall with 76 from 46 balls

England, who made simply one modification to the group beat in the opening match of the series at Edgbaston – with Charlie Dean changing Freya Davies – were put in once again after Alyssa Healy won the toss.

However Dunkley began highly, taking 2 early borders off Darcie Brown and Wyatt quickly followed her lead, raising spinner Ashleigh Gardner over the leading to raise a 50 collaboration in the powerplay.

Nevertheless, Dunkley – offered a life when Tahlia McGrath spilled a skier at cover – ultimately left for 23 from 19, slicing Brown to the very same fielder, although she required a 4th effort to finish the one-handed grab.

Nat Sciver-Brunt (23 from 18) embraced a pugnacious method, punching Gardner to the mid-wicket border however offered her the charge next ball and holed out to long-on, triggering an England collapse.

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Having actually tricked Alice Capsey with a sluggish bouncer, Annabel Sutherland’s next shipment moved away to take Knight’s off stump and she followed it in the next over with a clever diving catch in the deep to dismiss Amy Jones.

With Danielle Gibson likewise leaving inexpensively, England were deep in problem at 119-6 however Wyatt led a fightback, reaching her 12th T20I half-century from 36 balls and rattling 4 successive borders as Megan Schutt’s penultimate over vanished for 25.

Although Wyatt sculpted Sutherland (3-28) to 3rd guy, perky striking by Ecclestone (22 from 12) raised England beyond 180, just for the visitors to react by racing to 59-0 in the seventh over.

Lauren Bell’s 2nd over expense 17 and Healy’s deft footwork allowed her to deposit Sciver-Brunt over the rope two times in an over as she reached 37 from 19 – however Glenn made the development, foxing Australia’s skipper with a modification of speed.

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Sophie Ecclestone gets her 100th T20 wicket for England, dismissing Ashleigh Gardner with a captured and bowled

That set off a rush of wickets, with McGrath go out by Dean’s fast thinking at mid-on and Beth Mooney holing out to deep mid-wicket prior to Ecclestone took a return catch to dismiss Gardner and declare her 100th T20I wicket – the fastest gamer to that landmark.

Ellyse Perry declined to yield the chase, clubbing Gibson for 2 commanding fours and acquired worthy assistance from Sutherland (20 from 12) prior to Georgia Wareham (19 from 11) introduced a late attack on Dean.

Australia's Annabel Sutherland celebrates the wicket of Heather Knight during the second T20I at the Kia Oval (PA Images)
Australia’s Annabel Sutherland took 2 wickets in as numerous balls, consisting of a charm to dismiss England captain Heather Knight.

However, although Perry (51no) knocked 6s off Ecclestone’s last 2 shipments of the video game to publish an unbeaten half-century from 27 balls, it was not rather adequate to shut England out of Ashes contention.

What’s next?

The T20I series decider happens at Lord’s on Saturday Wednesday (6.35 pm start), with live protection on Sky Sports.

The multi-format series then changes to 3 one-day internationals, with components at Bristol on Wednesday July 12 (1pm start), the Ageas Bowl on Sunday July 16 (11am start) and Taunton on Tuesday July 18 (1pm start).

Females’s Ashes schedule (all video games reside on Sky Sports)

  • Test match (Trent Bridge) Thursday June 22 – Monday June 26 – Australia won by 89 runs
  • Very first T20 worldwide (Edgbaston) – Saturday July 1 – Australia won by 4 wickets
  • 2nd T20 worldwide (The Kia Oval) – Wednesday July 5 – England won by 3 runs
  • 3rd T20 worldwide (Lord’s) – Saturday July 8 (6.35 pm start)
  • Very first one-day internationa l (Bristol) – Wednesday, July 12 (1pm start)
  • 2nd one-day internationa l ( The Ageas Bowl) – Sunday July 16 (11am start)
  • 3rd one-day worldwide (Taunton) – Tuesday July 18 (1pm start)

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