Australia’s women’s captain, Magn Lenning, said the women’s test should last five days

The Australian women’s cricket captain, Mag Lening, said the women’s Test should last five days so the results could be known. She cited the example of a women’s Test match between India and England. Since 2009, only nine women’s Test matches have been played. The Australian women’s team has played six of these nine Tests. In a conversation with the media, Lanning said the four-day test in women’s cricket would reduce the chances of a result.

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He said, ‘It’s good to do five days of testing. In the test between India and England, we have seen that the result of rain cannot be overcome. I think a five-day test brings more results and teams are motivated to do better.

“The Indian women’s team abroad is promoting women’s cricket,” he said. He hoped that India and Australia would play against each other regularly after the upcoming series (a Test match). The Indian women’s team is currently touring England. Following this, Australia will play three ODIs, three T20s and one Test in September. The only Test match between the two teams will be played at the WACA ground from September 30 to October 3. Both teams will play a Test match against each other for the first time in 15 years.

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Lenin said, ‘It’s good that India agreed to play Test. This is the way to take the game forward. This will increase the popularity of women’s cricket in both countries.

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