LEICESTER: Batting first Australia managed to score 290 in the allotted overs as they lose eight wickets in the process. EA Perry scored 66, Villani 59 while Healey remained not out at 63 as Pakistan had to chase the target of 291 to register their first win in the mega event. Earlier, the defending champions Australia on Wednesday won the toss against Pakistan and decided to bat first in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 match. The match started at 02:30 PM (PST) at Grace Road, Leicester. Pakistan were not yet off the mark in the tournament and have lost all three matches. On the contrary, Aussies have triumphed in all of their games in the championship. Australia made two changes in their playing XI as Meg Lanning and Megan Schuttt are out, and Rachel Haynes, the captain, and Sarah Aley take their places. Aley made her ODI debut in this match. Pakistan made one only change from the previous game. Marina Iqbal came in the squad for Javeria Khan.
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