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Indian eves continued their losing streak as they lost the last match against Australia by 36 runs; they are at the bottom of the table with zero points, and will play their last game against England, who are in the first place with 4 points, on 29th March at Mumbai. The English had earlier defeated the hosts by 7 wickets and are in good form to repeat the winning performance here on Thursday; India on the other hand, have a final opportunity to redeem themselves with a face-saving win. It needs to be seen if they can deliver with bat and ball before bowing out of the tournament.
Chasing 186 against Australia, opener Rodrigues put up a good show, scoring a well-made half-century; however, she found no support from other top-order players like Mandhana, Mithali and Sharma. Captain H Kaur pitched in with a useful knock of 33 while Anuja Patil contributed with a well-made 38; P Vastrakar also did well to score 19 runs, but it wasn’t enough to cross the finish line. Earlier, Vastrakar took 2 wickets while Goswami and spinners Poonam and Radha Yadav claimed 1 wicket each.
Against England, openers M Raj and S Mandhana posted a brilliant 129-run partnership to give their team a solid foundation. While Raj scored 53, Mandhana posted a superb 76 off 40; Kaur and Vastrakar contributed with 30 and 22 runs respectively to help take the total to a strong 198. Spinner D Sharma claimed 2-36 while Goswami dismissed one opponent; however, they lost the match by 7 wickets.
They failed to defend a strong total against England in the previous encounter while the batting collapse in the last match against the Aussies led to another defeat during a chase. They will have to pull up their socks and give a better all-round show if they want to redeem themselves with a much-needed win.
Smriti Mandhana, Mithali Raj, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur, Deepti Sharma, Anuja Patil, Taniya Bhatia, Poonam Yadav, Pooja Vastrakar, Jhulan Goswami, Radha Yadav.
England completed a world record chase against India by successfully gunning down 199 runs in the last match to climb up to the top of the table; Danielle Wyatt’s stupendous 124 off just 64 balls helped the team register their second consecutive win in the tri series. Wyatt became just the 2nd women’s player to smash two T20 hundreds, and she is in good form to power the top-order yet again here. Beaumont pitched in with 35 runs and they won the match by 7 wickets.
The bowlers proved to be very expensive as players like Gunn, Sciver and George gave more than 12 runs per over. However, medium pacer Tash Farrant took 2-32 and spinner Sophie Ecclestone took 1 wicket to cause some hiccups to the hosts. Fast-bowler Jenny Gunn took 3-26 against Australia while Sciver dismissed 2 opponents to help restrict them to 149 runs. The latter then contributed with the bat by scoring 68 of 43 to successfully chase the target. Beaumont also scored 58 off 44, partnering well with Sciver after the early dismissal of Wyatt and Smith.
England has done well to reach the top of the table with 2 wins so far and they will leave no stone unturned to continue with their winning momentum here.
Danielle Wyatt, Amy Ellen Jones, Tammy Beaumont, Natalie Sciver, Fran Wilson, Alice Richards, Heather Knight, Tash Farrant, Danielle Hazell, Alex Hartley, Katie George.
India has been struggling to convert their good efforts to wins and they are now desperate for a face-saving win on home turf; however, we feel that with an all-round performance and a strong batting form, England is better placed to emerge victorious on Thursday.