Women’s Ashes: England name Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Filer in squad for ODI series with Australia | Cricket News

England have recalled Tammy Beaumont and Lauren Filer to the ODI Ashes squad for this month’s series against Australia.

Beaumont scored the first double century by an England woman in Tests in an 89-run defeat to Australia last month, a match where Filler took four wickets on debut before both were ruled out of the three-match T20I series I went.

England won the last two T20Is by three runs at The Oval and five wickets in a weather-affected game at Lord’s, securing their first series victory over Australia since 2017 and keeping the Ashes alive.

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Ellyse Capsy reacts after scoring 46 in England’s T20 win over Australia at Lord’s

The hosts still trail Australia 6-4 in the multi-format Women’s Ashes series, which begins at the Seat Unique Stadium in Bristol on Wednesday.

Further matches will take place at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Sunday and The Country Ground in Taunton on 18 July, each featuring two points and will be shown live on Sky Sports.

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England’s Lauren Bell believes the national team is catching up to the standards of their Australian rivals, as proved by their performances in the 2023 Women’s Ashes so far.

Maia Bouchier, Freya Davies and Lauren Winfield-Hill – who were all in the squad for the T20Is – were not among the 15 names selected, with the rest of the squad unchanged from the series win.

England head coach John Lewis said: “We are delighted with our T20I series win and are looking forward with everything to play in the next phase of the Ashes.”

“We are delighted to welcome Tammy (Beaumont) and Lauren (Filler) to the group. Tammy showed her quality with her double century during the Test match, while Lauren has given us real confidence in our bowling alongside Issey (Wong). Provides speed.

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“The support the team has received throughout the series so far has been incredible and it is fitting to end this decisive ODI campaign as the first sell-out series in England Women’s history.

“We respect Australia and know that this part of the Ashes series will again be a huge challenge. However, we are very confident and confident from our recent T20 wins and will look to deliver as usual.” .for our fans.”

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Reaction of both captains after England’s victory in the third T20 against Australia at Lord’s

England Women’s ODI Team:

Heather Knight (Captain, Western Storm), Tammy Beaumont (The Blaze), Lauren Bell (Southern Vipers), Alice Capsey (South East Stars), Kate Cross (Thunder), Charlie Dean (Southern Vipers), Sophia Dunkley (South East Stars) ) ), Sophie Ecclestone (Thunder), Lauren Filer (Western Storm), Danielle Gibson (Western Storm), Sarah Glenn (The Blaze), Amy Jones (Central Sparks), Nat Sciver-Brunt (Vice-Captain, The Blaze), Issie Wong (Central Sparks), Danielle Wyatt (Southern Vipers)

Watch the multi-format Women’s Ashes 1st ODI match between England and Australia live on Sky Sports Cricket from 12.30am onwards, ahead of first ball at 1pm on Wednesday. Stream this summer’s men’s and women’s Ashes series now

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