The Indian women’s team had a disappointing start to the Australian tour as they lost 36 games in more than 50 warm-up matches held on Saturday.
The opener Rachel Haynes (65), Meg Lanning (59) and Beth Mooney (59) won a complete victory in the personal 50-year-old match, because the Australian team played in Ian Shee Lee Oval played a challenge of 278 points after the first hit.
In response, India could only score 7 of 242 points in 50 games, and Pooja Vastrakar (57 years old) became the top scorer.
For Australia, star all-around player Alice Perry (2/38) successfully returned to new ball duties because she and 19-year-old fast Stella Campbell (3/38) hit two each in the first 15 games The wicket left India with 88 points and the four won.
Perry showed strict discipline and tight bowling lines and won wickets for the opener Smriti Mandhana (14) and Mithali Raj (1).
Campbell got rid of Shafali Verma (27 years old) and Richa Ghosh (11 years old) early, laying the foundation for her international debut.
The 21-year-old Indian rookie Yastika Bhatia (41) then fully demonstrated her resilience when negotiating a series of short shots with the 18-year-old Darcie Brown before being fired by the left arm finger spinner Sophie Molineux (1/12).
As the Indian team slipped to 106 with a 6-1 record, Vastraka and Dipti Sharma (49 were not out) tried to recover, but the two were unable to cross the line.
Earlier, Jhulan Goswami (2/36) and Meghna Singh (0/35) looked impressive with new balls.
Goswami provided the first blow, removing Alyssa Healy (8), but Haynes and Lanning led Australia beyond the 100 mark.
Vastraker ran out of Haynes to break the partnership, and Perry (1) was stumped after she didn’t seem to know she was going astray.
As the two small doors fell one after another, the four small doors in Australia slipped to 136.
After that, Ashley Gardner (24) won the important fifth wicket 63 with Mooney.
Annabel Sutherland (20 points from 14 shots) and Georgia Wareham (15 misses from 17 shots) then issued a stern warning to India about their depth, because Australia has achieved good results on board.
The two teams will meet in the opener of the ODI series on Tuesday.