Indw vs Engw live score: What a match we have had. Whoever won today, it was women's cricket who was the ultimate winner. Do join us when these two teams meet in three-match ODIs. Thanks and take care.
Indw vs Engw live score: India 344/8 and England skipper wants the end of it. She is willing to settle for a draw. All because of that young lady from Dehradun, yes Sneh Rana. Played a splendid knock, and stayed unbeaten. India were 199/7, but here we are. This game is Drawn and India avert a shameful defeat at Bristol. That's resilience at its best.
Indw vs Engw live score: IND 326/8; Lead 154: Just 14 overs to go. Can India stage a great escape? They have just two wickets in hand."Tanya thoda reh gaya hai" Sneh Rana's words overheard on stump mic.
Southampton Weather Live Updates, India vs New Zealand, Day 2, June 19: Match has been delayed again due to bad light. This has been a recurring theme in this whole game. This has been the third interruption so far in the day.
Indw vs Engw live score: IND 319/8; Lead 154: 19 overs left for the day and that's why India are eating up balls. This was another maiden from Kate Cross. Sneh Rana has suddenly taken a conservative approach, Bhatia never went berserk at her own, eating up balls and biding her time.
This game is going down to the wire.
Five 50+ scores for debutants in this game:— Sarang Bhalerao (@bhaleraosarang) June 19, 2021
Sophia Dunkley - 74*
Shafali Verma - 96 & 63
Deepti Sharma - 54
Sneh Rana - 72* (currently)
Sneh Rana - 3rd Indian to hit a fifty and take 4 wkts on Test debut:
Southampton Weather Live Updates, India vs New Zealand, Day 2, June 19: Have a look at the women's game, here's what happening: Indw vs Engw live score: IND 305/8; Lead 140: And this stand between Sneh Rana and Tanya Bhatia is 65 runs. What counter-attack from India. This stand continues to frustrate the hosts and they are all nerves. Things can change if the lead extends beyond 180. Rana is on the charge here,
Indw vs Engw live score: IND 305/8; Lead 140: And this stand between Sneh Rana and Tanya Bhatia is 65 runs. What counter-attack from India. This stand continues to frustrate the hosts and they are all nerves. Things can change if the lead extends beyond 180. Rana is on the charge here.
Southampton Weather Live Updates, India vs New Zealand, Day 2, June 19: India looking really good here and so is the weather. Here's what happened with umpire Richard Illingworth. The bowling end umpire Richard Illingworth was unsure whether the wicketkeeper BJ Watling had taken the catch cleanly, and thus consulted with the striker end umpire Michael Gough. As per due process, they then took an umpire’s review, checking with the third umpire. An umpire’s review is different from a player’s review, as the name suggests.
Indian tail wags.
Indw vs Engw live score: IND 280/8; That's FIFTY for Sneh Rana and she has played really well. It was an all-round show for this 27-year-old. Last played an international game back in 2016. What a performance.
Southampton Weather Live Updates, India vs New Zealand, Day 2, June 19: An umpire’s review of a caught behind appeal against Virat Kohli left fans, and some former cricketers including Virender Sehwag, confused on social media in the ICC World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand in Southampton.
Indw vs Engw live score: IND 207/8; Lead 108. Wicket-keeper batsman Sneha Bhatia is alongside Sneh Rana. Rana played his first game in five years. This was also her Test debut. Bowled really well to grab a four-for. Meanwhile Shafali Verma scored another fifty for India, this time in the second innings.
Indw vs Engw live score: India's lead has now gone over 100 runs after they were asked to follow on. They had a terrible outing in the first innings and now they have managed to get some runs on the board. Will it be enough?
Indw vs Engw live score: India would want to not get bundled out until the start of the next session. That would mean a loss of five overs. And with a slower over-rate India would like to delay the inevitable. India 243/8. It is tea time now.
India women vs England women: Resistance from Shikha Pandey comes to an end. Sciver bowls one down the leg side, Pandey tries to flick but is caught by Amy Jones instead. India 240/8.
Indw vs Engw live score: It has been a longish session. If only India middle-order had shown some resistance, India would have been on top currently. A lot to ponder upon for Mithali and Harmanpreet. India 239/7.
India women vs England women: India get a couple of quick boundaries here which take the lead over 70. India would still not feel safe here. The score is 236/7.
India vs England live cricket score: India trying to string a partnership. Sneh Rana is trying her best. But they need to keep at it and not give up already. The score is 222/7.
Indw vs Engw live score: With the pacers on, Indians could heave a sigh of relief. They should look to score some crucial runs, and stretch England as much as they can. India are 212/7.
India women vs England women: Runs are coming here and there for the Indians, but the wickets are coming with greater ease for England. India are 209/7 now and the lead is 44.
India vs England live cricket score: Another one bites the dust as Ecclestone dismisses Harmanpreet. It is all but over from the Indian batters for now. Lead is only 33, INDIA 199/7.
Indw vs Engw live score: The lead has gradually increased to 33. If India somehow manage to get it to 100, they would still be in the match. The score moves to 199/6.
India women vs England women: Heather Knight comes into the attack now. India should look to score some quick runs. And she has bowled Pooja Vastrakar. England is just four wickets away from bundling out India. It is 189/6.
India vs England live cricket score:Pooja Vastrakar, who is promoted in the batting order, is looking positive out there, as she dispatches Ecclestone for three fours in one over. The lead is 23 now as India are 188/5.
Indw vs Engw live score: India are in real trouble here as they suffer another collapse. Punam Raut is out for 39 after batting so well. Nat Sciver has her first wicket. India 175/5.
India women vs England women: Mithali Raj is clean bowled here for just 4. This is poor batting by the Indian skipper, while Ecclestone is leading another collapse. India 175/4.
India vs England live cricket score: This partnership between Mithali and Punam holds the key for India and England both. After this there isn't any solid batter, who can slow the pace of the innings. India stay at 171/3.
Indw vs Engw live score: What has Deepti Sharma done here. Just the last over before lunch, she goes for a wild sweep but chops it on to her stumps. She is out for 54. India 171/3 at lunch.
India women vs England women: This is the passage of play where the Indians have been very careful and the scoring rate has come down a bit. We are approaching lunch here. And Deepti gets her maiden fifty in 157 balls. India 159/2.
India Women vs England Women, Only Test Day 4 Live Updates: India 344/8 and England skipper wants the end of it. She is willing to settle for a draw. All because of that young lady from Dehradun, yes Sneh Rana. Played a splendid knock, and stayed unbeaten. India were 199/7, but here we are. This game is Drawn and India avert a shameful defeat at Bristol. That’s resilience at its best.
Day 4 Report
Opener Shafali Verma once again led from the front with an aggressive innings — batting 55 (68 balls) — as the Indian women’s cricket team went into stumps on a rain affected day at 83 for 1 after England asked them to follow on on the third day of the one-off Test. Despite the effort of 17-year-old Shafali, who had made 96 in first innings, India still trail England by 82 runs. India had lost the wicket of Smriti Mandhana early in second innings. The left-hander fell to pace bowler Katherine Brunt for a 13-ball eight, chasing a wide delivery and nicking to the slip cordon.
But Shafali, who has already hit 11 fours in her second innings, and Deepti Sharma (batting 18) have already added unbeaten 54 for the second wicket. Deepti was promoted to No. 3 after impressing in the middle order in the first innings. The move worked for India as Deepti looked solid throughout. Earlier, left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone’s four for 88 helped England women dismiss Indian women for 231 and take a 165-run lead on first innings. India, who had got off to a strong start with a 167-run stand between Shafali Verma (96) and Smriti Mandhana (78), lost track late on the second day on Thursday as they lost five wickets for 16 runs to go to stumps at 187 for five. The third day’s morning session did not bring any luck or resistance from India as they lost both Harmanpreet Kaur and Taniya Bhatia without the addition of any score, both lbw to the left-arm spinner.
At 197/8 after the fall of Sneh Rana, it looked like India would not reach even 200. However, Pooja Vastrakar and Deepti Sharma added 33 for the ninth wicket. Skipper Heather Knight took two wickets for seven runs with her off-spin. Altogether six of India’s wickets fell to spin.