Australia women's will meet England women's in the final of the ICC Women's World T20 2018 on Saturday, November 24, 2018. Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua is the venue of the summit clash.

The game will begin at 00:00 AM GMT, 11:00 AM AEST (November 25).

The road to the final

England ended as the second-ranked side in group A and went on to beat an unbeaten Indian side in the semifinals. Australia was also ranked second in group B, and won the semifinals against the hosts' Windies to qualify for the final.

This will be a fourth appearance in the final of the tournament for the English team, while Australian will be playing the final for the fifth time. Australia has won this competition in 2010, 2012 and 2014 while England won just the inaugural edition in 2009.

TV and Live streaming details

Sky Sports Cricket will broadcast the match on its network live in the United Kingdom. Fox Sports will telecast the final live in Australia. Foxtel and Sky Sports will be both give the options of online streaming through their website in the respective country.

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Australian wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy had suffered a concussion during the last group game against India. But her semifinal performance against the Windies didn't give any suggestion that she hasn't recovered from that.

Other than her, all the other Australian players are fit, so they might go into the final with an unchanged side.

England's overall performance in the semifinal spoke volumes about the side's ability to deliver in crunch situations. Not with the ball, but the Englishwomen have delivered impressive batting performances in difficult conditions. They are likely to opt for the same XI in the final.

The pitch in Antigua got slower during the semifinals, as the game progressed. The spinners will get some help and drift from the surface. Batswomen would need to be patient because once a person is set, she could build a good inning. The weather forecast seems good in Antigua with very little chances of rain.

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