England Women v Australia Women in ODI Ashes 2023: how to watch on UK TV, live stream details and squad news

England Women still have a shot at winning back the precious urn from Australia
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England Women lost the second ODI fixture by just three runs, meaning Australia are able to retain the Ashes. There is still one more match left to play, and England have plenty left to fight for as they look to secure both the T20 and ODI series.

This is now Heather Knight’s fourth unsuccessful attempt at winning back the turn but it has been one of the closest multi-format series and arguably the most dramatic competition to date, from the sell-out crowds to going toe-to-toe with Australia after years of agony.

“It has been a ridiculous series, hasn’t it? We are still going to Taunton with the aim of an ODI series. We’re obviously frustrated we haven’t been able to keep this momentum and achieve the great escape, but I’m proud of the fight and the character we’ve shown.

“It’s all about learning, and lot of young players will learn a lot of things from today which is only going to be a positive thing in the future. The crowds have been awesome, the way they’ve got on board with us has really given us that added impetus when we’ve really needed it.”

Here is all you need to know ahead of the final ODI fixture which takes place this week...

Nat Sciver-Brunt scored 111* in England’s second ODINat Sciver-Brunt scored 111* in England’s second ODI
Nat Sciver-Brunt scored 111* in England’s second ODI

When are the ODI matches?

The final match of the Women’s Ashes series in 2023 will take place on Tuesday 18 July at Somerset’s ground in Taunton with the start-time back to 1pm.

All fixtures in the T20 and ODI series have seen sell-out crowds, which has marked the first time that any Women’s series in England has been a complete sell-out.

How to watch the ODI series

All of the Women’s Ashes content will be available to watch on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event. You can upgrade to the Sky Sports Cricket channel from just £15 per month as part of a limited time deal or pick up the complete sports package from just £24 per month. Sky Sports customers can live stream the Women’s Ashes via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices including most smartphones and tablets as part of their subscription.

You can also watch the Women’s Ashes via NOW without signing up to a contract. NOW can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles. NOW is also available via BT Sport.

Head-to-Head ODI record

Overall, the two sides have played each other on 85 occasions with Australia winning 58 to England’s 23. Previous to the first ODI in the series, the visitors last lost an ODI match in September 2021. This loss also ended a 26-match winning streak.

ODI squads

England Women: Heather Knight (C), Tammy Beaumont, Lauren Bell, Alice Capsey, Kate Cross, Charlie Dean, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Ecclestone, Lauren Filer, Danielle Gibson, Sarah Glenn, Amy Jones, Nat Sciver-Brunt, Issy Wong, Danielle Wyatt

Australia Women: Alyssa Healy (C), Phoebe Litchfield, Beth Mooney, Tahlia McGrath, Ashleigh Gardner, Kim Garth, Grace Harris, Alana King, Ellyse Perry, Annabel Sutherland, Darcie Brown, Jess Jonassen, Megan Schutt, Georgia Wareham

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