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Haynes to lead Australia Women in Ashes

Haynes to lead Australia Women in Ashes

Left-hand batter to stand in for Meg Lanning, who has been ruled out following shoulder surgery read more

The most pressure comes from within: Beams

Australia Women legspinner opens on up World Cup disappointment, the possibility of leading her country in the read more

Broadcast boost for Women's Ashes

Six limited-overs fixtures to be aired live on television, lone day-night Test will be streamed read more

Australia’s best laid plans go awry in World Cup

The lack of a third seamer hurt the team, and though they had most bases covered, Harmanpreet exposed some weaknesses

'Lionheart' Harmanpreet, and the greatest ODI innings

Once the Indian batter scored the last 121 runs in 51 balls, it pushed Australia back, the advantage was gained, and batting looked an easy job

WBBL has transformed Harmanpreet, says Raj

Alex Blackwell, captain of the WWC semifinal hero at Sydney Thunder last season, wants the Indian allrounder back – “full stop”

Harmanpreet masterclass takes India into final

Her unbeaten 171 lays Australia low, who fight but lose by 36 runs in second semifinal

Women's cricket is improving exponentially: Blackwell

There's no fun being part of an exceptionally strong team that dominates if the competition doesn't rise, says Australia vice-captain

Need to dominate against India spinners again: Blackwell

They have lifted their game with an aggressive approach to batting, they are a dangerous unit, says Australia vice-captain

India a far, far better side than before: Raj

I can play more positively in semifinal as I'm confident that batters coming after me are among the runs, says captain

India need big effort to go past defending champions

Defending champions breezed past Mithali Raj and Co in the league stage, but aren't resting on their laurels

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