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Maddie Villiers picked up for the T20J series against Australia



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Women's Ashes

Villiers is the only new face in the 15 member England women squad.

Villiers is the only new face in the 15 member England women squad. © Ghetto

England has 20-year-old Spinner Maddie Villagers for the T20 Y series against Australia women in the ongoing ashes series. Villiers put an impressive performance on England's Academy during the tour game against Australia earlier this month, scoring an unbeaten half-century while biting at No.9.

In recent women's Super League women, Villiers featured in 11 games, picking up five wicks concealing running at just seven and over. This year's one-day cup, Villiers was a few better-toggling 11 wickets in six matches, including best figures from 3 on 22. The Essex-born Villiers is the only new face in the 15-member squad announced on Tuesday ( July 23)) as England look to welcome pride and earn points with Australia.

After the one-off test ended in a draw, Australia retained the ashes and took their lead in 8-2 in their favor. England will have to sweep the three-match T20 Y series to reach the 8th-8th of 2017.

"I think they've been plotting us, so congratulations to them. We were disappointed losing the ashes, but now we have to treat the T20 series as a separate series. It's three games to show me Can do, "England captain Heather Knight told Sky Sports.

In 2017, Australia started winning the Audi series 2-1 before the one-off test was drawn. Then they got a 1-0 lead in the T20 Y series before England hit back to bag the last two fixtures and went straight to their 8-8 rivals.

The T20I series begins on July 26th.

England Squad:Heather Knight (C), Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone, Georgia Elwiss, Jenny Gunn, Amy Jones, Laura Marsh, Nat Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Sarah Taylor, Mady Villiers, Lauren Winfield, Danni Wyatt

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