<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/iuWYWO5A_ZY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/>After the drawn Ashes Test at wormsley, <a href="/tags/Australia/post" target="_blank">Australia</a> women player <a href="/tags/Jodie-Fields/post" target="_blank">Jodie Fields</a> said she was excited about playing in the limited-overs matches between the two sides.<br /> <br /> The only Test played between the two teams ended in a draw. Through a century from <a href="/tags/Sarah-Elliot/post" target="_blank">Sarah Elliot</a>, Australia had posted 331 in the first innings.In reply, England managed to get close to the Australian total by scoring 314 as opener <a href="/tags/Heather-Knight/post" target="_blank">Heather Knight</a> slammed 157.<br /> <br /> With a first innings lead of 17 runs, Australia began their second essay. Opener <a href="/tags/Meg-Lanning/post" target="_blank">Meg Lanning</a> and Sarah Elliot were at the crease at the end of Day three after opener Rachael Haynes perished for 23. Australia declared at 231 for five, setting a target of 249. When the match ended, England were on 99 for two.