The familiar foes are used to playing each other in the finals of an ICC event but Australia finishing second behind the ominous looking New Zealand meant they run into England in the semis for the first time since the inaugural edition in 2009, when the English emerged on top.
The players are used to playing each other and the familiarity has only increased with the England cricketers' participation in the Women's Big Bash League. It is set to increase with Australians likely to take part in the ECB backed Women's Super League to be held in the English summer.

England captain Charlotte Edwards and Australian counterpart Meg Lanning were reluctant to wear the favourites tag on the eve of the high pressure match. Australia have a bit of an advantage going into tomorrow's game, having played their last two matches at the Feroz Shah Kotla.

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