England skipper Charlotte Edwards insists Australia are huge favourites against England in Wednesday’s World Twenty20 semi-final in Delhi, live and exclusive on Sky Sports 2. Australia have won the last three womens World T20 finals, beating England by four runs in the 2012 final and earning a six-wicket victory in the 2014 showpiece in Dhaka. Australia beat England by six wickets in the 2014 womens World T20 final The Southern Stars also beat England in last summers multi-format Womens Ashes series although Edwards side have won two of the last three T20 matches between the sides. Asked if Australia would start the match as favourites, Edwards told Sky Sports News HQ: Yeah without a doubt. Theyve won the last three tournaments and they obviously beat us in the summer so they are huge favourites for tomorrow. Australia won the womens Ashes in England last summer But we know when we are at our best we can beat them. We have the belief we can do that but they have got a lot of things in their favour at the moment - they have played here before - but tomorrow is going to be a huge game between two massive teams and its one Im sure all the players are looking forward to. Theyve won the last three tournaments and they obviously beat us in the summer so they are huge favourites for tomorrow. England skipper Charlotte Edwards England played in the north of India in Dharamsala on Friday before travelling to Chennai in the deep south for Sundays win over Pakistan, and only arrived in Delhi late on Monday. Edwards hit 77 off 61 balls in Englands win over Pakistan By contrast, Australias last two matches have been in Delhi but Edwards is not fazed by the travelling, preferring to focus on the quality of the pitch for Wednesdays eagerly anticipated encounter.We knew the schedule when we got out here, she said. We knew it would be pretty tough but were looking forward to a great contest tomorrow.I think its going to be a little bit quicker than some of the pitches we have played on so far in this competition, which is a good thing. From what I hear its probably one of the better pitches in the tournament so hopefully that will be the same for tomorrow as well. Charlotte Edwards flanked by Heather Knight (l) and Katherine Brunt (r) at the 2015 Sportswomen of the Year Awards Edwards was one of nine England players that took part in the Womens Big Bash League in Australia over the winter, but she says the bond forged with several of the Southern Stars players will count for nothing come game time.Were frenemies tomorrow, she saidIve played with a lot of them all winter but when you step over the line and play for your country its England v Australia and all of that goes out of the window.It was be fiercely competitive on the pitch between two teams that massively want to get into the World Cup final in Calcutta, which would be one of the best days of our lives. Thats what we are all looking forward to tomorrow. Also See: England set up Aussie semi Tash Farrant blog David Willey column Morgan stunned by England rise Dennis Rodman Jersey . 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