Wareham 57 and three-fors from Molineux and Gardner give Australia series win

Georgia Wareham made the most of her opportunity as part of a reshuffled batting order with an impressive maiden T20I fifty as Australia secured the series with a comprehensive 58-run victory, although Fariha Trisna's hat-trick gave Bangladesh something to savour. In front of the visit, Australia mentor Shelley Nitschke had demonstrated to Cricket that a few unique mixes could be taken a stab at during the series with an eye on the T20 World Cup in the not so distant future, thus it happened. Wareham and Elegance Harris, the last option opening close by Phoebe Litchfield, added 91 of every 54 balls for the second wicket to frame the significant substitute Australia's innings. Wareham, who struck ten limits, raised her 50 years from 26 conveyances. Litchfield had passed up a great opportunity at the highest point of the request when she fell for 2 off 7 balls to proceed with a lean run of structure since the India visit over Christmas. In 18 innings from that point forward, taking in the multi-design series against South Africa, the WPL and this visit, she has a top score of 35. Australia staggered after Wareham withdrew, overseeing only 55 for 7 from the excess 8.3 overs of their innings of which 39 arrived in a stand between Tahlia McGrath and Ellyse Perry. Left-armer Trisna gave the innings a sensational end when she eliminated Perry, Sophie Molineux and Beth Mooney, who was down at No. 9, in sequential conveyances. In any case, Australia's absolute demonstrated well too far for Bangladesh in spite of the fact that they began promisingly with 22 falling off the initial two overs. In any case, when the initial stand of 34 was broken by Megan Schutt, it was one-way traffic. Molineux and Debris Gardner took 6 for 27 from their consolidated eight overs while Wareham added to her runs by eliminating top-scorer Dilara Akter for 27. The last match of the series happens on Thursday.

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