After England beat Australia by 5 wickets to seal the 3-match T20I series 2-1, captain Alyssa Healy said that her team needs to revisit its strategy before entering the One-Day Internationals.
The series victory helped England keep the Ashes series alive, as Australia had beaten them in the only Test match before the T20I series.
In the series-deciding match on Saturday, Alice Capsey played a match-winning knock of 46 runs from 23 balls to give her time a win by five wickets.
Speaking during the post-match presentation, Healy said, "They just played a really good innings, we didn't execute as much as we wanted to do. It's the T20 format, when you're not on, you can be pounced upon by teams. And I thought England were solid throughout the series. We have to fix a few things before going into the ODI series. Schedule is hectic, we just want to rest and focus on the next game."
Despite the series loss, Australia lead the multi-format Ashes series 6-4. Australia had gained a lead of 6-0 by winning the one-off Test and the first T20I. But England managed to bounce back, securing wins in the remaining two T20s to get four points under their belt.
The 3-match ODI series between the two teams will commence on July 12. England will have to win all the matches if they want to secure the Ashes.
In the final T20I, England put the visitors into bat after winning the toss, who went on to score 155-7. Ellyse Perry (34), Ashleigh Gardner (32) and Beth Mooney (32) played crucial roles in setting the target for the hosts.
Six overs were lost to rain and the target was revised to 119. Danielle Wyatt (26) and Nat Sciver-Brunt (25) set the tone for England, as Capsey finished the match with four balls to spare.
While Capsey was adjudged 'Player of the Match', Wyatt won the 'Player of the Series' for scoring 109 runs in 3 matches.