The women of Australia 324 for 7 (Healy 97, Gardner 62 *, Mir 3-53) beat Women of Pakistan 235 for 7 (Riaz 51, Ameen 41, Gardner 3- 44) by 89 runs
Australia opened a four-point gap at the top of the table after three rounds of the ICC Women's World Championship after completing a 3-0 rinse from Pakistan at the ODIs in Kuala Lumpur. However, there was some comfort for Pakistan, as they scored their highest ODI score against Australia by adding 235 to 7, chasing 325.
First hitting, Australia was 225 for 5 after 40, with Ashleigh Gardner as new . having faced only three balls. She proceeded to break 62 balls of 34 more balls, with six fours and three sixes, since Australia achieved 99 in her last 10. Gardner found a solid ally in Sophie Molineux, the pair adding 87 for the seventh gate in only 9.1. They put the finishing touches on the innings that got their initial boost from Alyssa Healy, who made a sturdy 97 ball.
Ellyse Perry, playing in her 200th international match for Australia, made a vigilant 64-ball, 32 Rachael Haynes and Beth Mooney contributed 30 and 38 respectively. At one stage, Pakistan may have had thoughts of restraining Australia to less than 250 when Sana Mir, the binge, fired Perry on the 29th to leave Australia 151 for 4. However, Australia defended itself and showed its power of order lower. Mir, who finished with three windows, was also the most economical bowler, conceding 53 of his 10 shots.
After providing the fireworks with the bat, Gardner continued making so much impact with the ball, catching three windows to dent. The persecution of Pakistan. Molineux, the spinner of the left arm, showed his craft to finish with magic figures of 1 by 16 in his 10 passes.
None of the batters in Pakistan that exclude Sidra Ameen and Aliya Riyaz managed to cross 40, when they needed at least two of them to hit through the innings. As it turned out, Pakistan never threatened to pursue the races, and chose to battle for the shots instead.