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IND vs AUS, CWG 2022 Group A Match Highlights: Australia Rally to Beat India in a Thriller

Ind vs Aus CWG 2022 Match Highlights : Down in the dumps at 34/4 and then 55/5 - Grace Harris took the attack to India opening the gates for Ash Gardner who rammed home as Australia registered a narrow 3-wicket win

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Last Updated: July 29, 2022, 14:53 IST

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Ind vs Aus CWG 2022 Match Highlights:  What an innings by Ash Gardner here – 50 under pressure and she has taken Australia home – Alana King with the winning runs and what a chase for Australia, Brilliant brilliant performance by them. Down in the dumps at 34/4 and then 55/5 – Grace Harris took the attack to India opening the gates for Ash Gardner who rammed home with such a mature head and with Alana King Read More

Jul 29, 2022 18:36 IST

50 for Ash Gardner - And that's a win for Australia

What an innings by Ash Gardner here – 50 under pressure and she has taken Australia home – Alana King with the winning runs and what a chase for Australia, Brilliant brilliant performance by them. Down in the dumps at 34/4 and then 55/5 – Grace Harris took the attack to India opening the gates for Ash Gardner who rammed home with such a mature head and with Alana King for company. India lose a golden opportunity to get one up over Australia despite a terrific performance by Renuka Thakur

Jul 29, 2022 18:25 IST

IND vs AUS Live Score, CWG 2022 Group A Match Latest Updates:

Ash Garnder is fighting an excellent battle here. She is planning to take it to the end and she is getting good support from Alana King. India are still ahead, but Australia are not yet down and out here. King with two big heaves has got two streaky boundaries. Meghna Singh with her final over gives away 15 runs. Aus need 21 off 18

Jul 29, 2022 18:16 IST

Deepti Sharma takes her second wicket

Jess Jonassen falls now. Fantastic return catch by Deepti Sharma and India closing out this game really really well. Australia 111/7, with 43 needed of 32

Jul 29, 2022 18:14 IST

Meghan Singh strikes

Much needed wicket for India – Grace Harris goes for 37 off 20 – maiden T20I wicket for Meghna Singh – Australia 100/6

 

Jul 29, 2022 18:05 IST

Grace Harris with some fightback

Australia are not going down without a fight here. Grace Harris has hit 2 sixes and five fours so far and moves to 37 off just 17 balls. India still in control, but Australia need 64 off 48 balls. Australia 91/5 in 12

Jul 29, 2022 17:50 IST

Deepti Sharma in to the act - AUS 55/5 in 8

Deepti Sharma with a flighted delivery induces Rachael Haynes to go for the big shot, but the veteran Australian can only slice the ball to backwards point and Australia are five down is absolute tatters. How many times have you read that for this Australian team? But that’s the truth – India are steamrolling the World Champs here.  AUS 55/5 in 8

Jul 29, 2022 17:46 IST

It's her again ! Renuka Thakur Australia 4 down for 34

Unbelievable bowling this from Renula Thakur. Length ball, the delivery nips back in after pitching, and Talhia McGrath had no answer. McGrath had counter-attacked in brilliant fashion taking 14 off 8 balls. But it is Thakur’s day, and there ain’t nothing you can do about it. Australia in tatters

Jul 29, 2022 17:33 IST

Renuka Thakur cannot do anything wrong - AUS 21/3

Renuka Thakur is having a day to remember as he dismantles Australia’s top-order. Beth Mooney is her latest wicket, chopped one on.

Jul 29, 2022 17:26 IST

Renuka Thakur on Fire! There goes Meg Lanning - AUS 20/2

Renuka Thakur is another important wicket and this time it is Meg Lanning. Length delivery outside off and Lanning goes for the cut, the ball does not have enough pace and Radha Yadav with a well-judged catch at backward point. Australia’s chase in tatters – they are 20/2

Jul 29, 2022 17:15 IST

GONE! Alyssa Healy out for 0

WHAT A START! Renuka Thakur with her second delivery and the big fish Alyssa Healy. Healy tried to guide the away going delivery past the slips, but ends up giving catch practice to Deepti Sharma at first slip. She is not going to drop that. A fantastic start for India, but in strolls out the Wolrd. No.1 batter – Meg Lanning

Jul 29, 2022 17:04 IST

India finish with 154/8 – Harmanpreet Kaur 54 (32), Shafali Verma 48 (33); Jess Jonassen 4/22

Harmanpreet Kaur registered her 7th T20I fifty but could manage to add 4 more runs after that before being cleaned up by Meghan Schutt. India finish with 154/8 – a decent total riding on the back of Kaur’s incredible hitting and Shafali Verma’s fearless strokeplay at the top. She made 48 off 33, but if it was not for Jess Jonassen’s incisive spell of 4/22, India could have had more on the board. Nevertheless, a fighting total for India for sure.

Jul 29, 2022 16:52 IST

Harleen Deol Falls for 7

Harmanpreet keeping India in the hunt with some lusty blows through the legside, but she continues to lose her batting partner. Harleen Doel this time falls for 7. But India positioned for a big finish with 141/6 with two overs to go.

Jul 29, 2022 16:44 IST

IND vs AUS Live Score: India lose way

Harmanpreet Kaur going great guns and she is looking to accelerate, but she is losing out on partners. Jemimah Rodrigues looked good during her brief stay of 11 off 11 but falls to Jess Jonassen, holes out straight to mid off. Three balls later it is the turn of Deepti Sharma to head back – cleaned up by Jonassen. Two wickets in the over for her. India 117/5 in 16

Jul 29, 2022 16:25 IST

GONE! Shafali Verma Departs for 48

Shafali Verma was looking in great touch as she ransacked three boundaries off one Darcy Brown over and she had moved to 48 off just 31 balls. But, she ran out of luck against Jess Jonassen and had to depart two runs short of her fifty. India 93/3 

Jul 29, 2022 16:17 IST

10 over done! India 75/2 – Shafali Verma 36*, Harmanpreet Kaur 6*

Half-way stage and India will be pleased with 75 on the board. But they lost Yastika Bhatia to a run-out owing to mix up in the middle with Shafali Verma. But Verma is getting into her elements here. Dangerous signs for Australia

Jul 29, 2022 16:12 IST

Shafali Verma gets going -IND 68/1 in 9

Tahlia McGrath into the attack and Shafali Verma welcomes her with flick for a boundary. Bad delivery from McGrath, but next up a slower one and Verma is prepared for it – drills it past Beth Mooney at long-off. McGrath with a stellar delivery next up and takes the edge; Healy is up to the stumps and she has no chance to take the catch. More drama in the over as a stumping opportunity is missed. This is the second time Verma is getting a life here. 17 runs off the over. IND 68/1 in 9

Jul 29, 2022 15:55 IST

Powerplay done! India 35/1 – Shafali Verma 11*, Yashtika Bhatia 0*; Smriti Mandhana 24

Shafali Verma picks up from where Smriti Mandhana left off. She gets in to the act with a couple of boundaries. Six over are done and decent start for India. 35/1 in 6 

Jul 29, 2022 15:51 IST

Alyssa Healy with an incredible record!

Jul 29, 2022 15:48 IST

GONE! Smriti Mandhana perishes for 24

Smriti Mandhana makes her intentions clear and takes on Darcy Brown. Heaves one towards the legside, rocking back to a short of a length delivery and then comes down the track to hoist one over mid-on for back-to-back boundaries. But, Brown has the last laugh and as she bowls one wide and Mandhana chases it, only to nick it to Alyssa Healy behind the stumps. Mandhana departs for 24 off 17. IND 25/1 in 4

Jul 29, 2022 15:40 IST

IND vs AUS Live Score: India 12/0 on 2

Megan Schutt with the second over and Mandhana gets FOUR – chipped wide of cover. but she survives a scare in the over also. Rachael Haynes drops a rather difficult catch at backward point, but could prove to be a costly miss. IND 12/0 on 2

for company. India lose a golden opportunity to get one up over Australia despite a terrific performance by Renuka Thakur

Deepti Sharma with a flighted delivery induces Rachael Haynes to go for the big shot, but the veteran Australian can only slice the ball to backwards point and Australia are five down is absolute tatters. How many times have you read that for this Australian team? But that’s the truth – India are steamrolling the World Champs here.  AUS 55/5 in 8

Renuka Thakur is another important wicket and this time it is Meg Lanning. Length delivery outside off and Lanning goes for the cut, the ball does not have enough pace and Radha Yadav with a well-judged catch at backward point. Australia’s chase in tatters – they are 20/2

Harmanpreet Kaur registered her 7th T20I fifty but could manage to add 4 more runs after that before being cleaned up by Meghan Schutt. India finish with 154/8 – a decent total riding on the back of Kaur’s incredible hitting and Shafali Verma’s fearless strokeplay at the top. She made 48 off 33, but if it was not for Jess Jonassen’s incisive spell of 4/22, India could have had more on the board. Nevertheless, a fighting total for India for sure.

Harmanpreet Kaur going great guns and she is looking to accelerate, but she is losing out on partners. Jemimah Rodrigues looked good during her brief stay of 11 off 11 but falls to Jess Jonassen, holes out straight to mid off. Three balls later it is the turn of Deepti Sharma to head back – cleaned up by Jonassen. Two wickets in the over for her. India 117/5 in 16

Shafali Verma was looking in great touch as she ransacked three boundaries off one Darcy Brown over and she had moved to 48 off just 31 balls. But, she ran out of luck against Jess Jonassen and had to depart two runs short of her fifty. India 93/3 

Tahlia McGrath into the attack and Shafali Verma welcomes her with flick for a boundary. Bad delivery from McGrath, but next up a slower one and Verma is prepared for it – drills it past Beth Mooney at long-off. McGrath with a stellar delivery next up and takes the edge; Healy is up to the stumps and she has no chance to take the catch. More drama in the over as a stumping opportunity is missed. This is the second time Verma is getting a life here. 17 runs off the over. IND 68/1 in 9

Smriti Mandhana makes her intentions clear and takes on Darcy Brown. Heaves one towards the legside, rocking back to a short of a length delivery and then comes down the track to hoist one over mid-on for back-to-back boundaries. But, Brown has the last laugh and as she bowls one wide and Mandhana chases it, only to nick it to Alyssa Healy behind the stumps. Mandhana departs for 24 off 17.

Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur won the toss and opted to bat first vs Australia at Edgbaston in their opening fixture of the Commonwealth Games 2022

Women’s cricket is set to make its debut at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham as India will take on Australia today in a high-voltage clash. The opening match between India and world champions Australia will be played at Edgbaston.

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After a long time, the Indian women’s team will feature in a major event without Mithali Raj. The former Indian skipper announced her retirement from international cricket last month. Moreover, India will not have veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami in their squad. Though, the Harmanpreet Kaur-led side seems pretty confident after they clinched a 2-1 victory against Sri Lanka in their last T20I assignment.

At the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, the Indian women’s team have been placed in Group A along with Australia, Pakistan and Barbados. India will face arch-rivals Pakistan in their next fixture, slated to take place on July 31.

Ahead of today’s Commonwealth Games 2022 match between India Women and Australia Women; here is all you need to know:

What date Commonwealth Games 2022 match between India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) will be played?

The Commonwealth Games 2022 match between India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) will take place on July 29, Friday.

Where will the Commonwealth Games 2022 match between India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) be played?

The Commonwealth Games match between India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) will be played at the Edgbaston.

What time will the Commonwealth Games 2022 match between India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) begin?

The Commonwealth Games match between India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) will begin at 3:30 pm IST.

Which TV channels will broadcast India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) match?

India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) match will be televised on Sony Sports Network in India.

How do I watch the live streaming of the India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) match?

India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) match is available to be streamed live on the SonyLIV app and website.

India Women (IN-W) and Australia Women (AU-W) Possible Starting XI:

India Women Predicted Line-up: Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Sabbhineni Meghana, Harmanpreet Kaur (captain), Jemimah Rodrigues, Yastika Bhatia (wicketkeeper), Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, Sneh Rana, Renuka Singh, Rajeshwari Gayakwad

Australia Women Predicted Line-up: Alyssa Healy (wicketkeeper), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (captain), Tahlia McGrath, Rachael Haynes, Ashleigh Gardner, Ellyse Perry, Annabel Sutherland, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Megan Schutt

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