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ICC Women's World Cup: India vs New Zealand: As it happened...

India were reduced to 21 for 2 in the eighth over but a 132-run stand between Mithali (109) and Harmanpreet Kaur (60) for the third wicket brought them back into the match.

ICC Women's World Cup: India vs New Zealand: As it happened...
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India are through to the semis and will most likely play Australia at the same ground on Thursday. 


Overs 25.2 || Score 79-all out

India beat New Zealand by 186 runs.

79-all out is New Zealand's lowest total ever in ICC Women's World Cup history.

WICKET! 23.6 over: Tahuhu c Goswami b Rajeshwari Gayakwad 5(7)

WICKET! 25.3 over: Kasperek b Rajeshwari Gayakwad 0(2)


Overs 23 || Score 62/8 || Lea Tahuhu  0 (1) ; Amelia Kerr 0 (3)

India are just 2 wickets away from a semi-final spot

WICKET! 21.5 over:  Hannah Rowe b Rajeshwari Gayakwad 4(8)

WICKET! 22.3 over:  Maddy Green c Goswami b Poonam Yadav 5(13)


Overs 20 || Score 57/6 || Maddy Green 4 (5) ; Hannah Rowe 0 (2)

New Zealand in deep trouble now. Lose 6 wickets.

WICKET! 18.2 over: Perkins b Deepti Sharma 1(7)

WICKET! 19.4 over:  Devine c Deepti Sharma b Rajeshwari Gayakwad 7(24)


Overs 18 || Score 52/4 || Katie Perkins 1 (5) ; Sophie Devine 7 (20)

50 up for New Zealand. They need 215 runs off 197 balls.

WICKET! 17.1 over: Satterthwaite st Sushma Verma b Rajeshwari Gayakwad 26(47)


Overs 11 || Score 32/3 || Amy Satterthwaite 13 (28) ; Sophie Devine 1 (2)

New Zealand are way behind their required run rate and have lost 3 wickets.

WICKET! 10.3 over: Katey Martin c Harmanpreet Kaur b Deepti Sharma 12(22)


Overs 4 || Score 11/2 || Amy Satterthwaite 5 (10) ; Katey Martin 0 (0)

Another blow for New Zealand, both the openers are back in the hut now.

WICKET! 2.6 over: Priest c and b Goswami 5(12) 


Overs 2 || Score 7/1 || Rachel Priest 5 (6) ; Amy Satterthwaite 1 (4)

Shikha Pandey strikes on her first delivery as New Zealand suffer early blow.

WICKET! 1.1 over: Bates c Veda Krishnamurthy b Shikha Pandey 1(2)


Bates and Priest are at the crease. Bates is on strike. Goswami will open the attack.


Overs 50 || Score 265/7

100-run partnership comes up between Mithali Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy.

WICKET! 49.3 over: Mithali c Satterthwaite b Kasperek 109(123) 

WICKET! 49.5 over: Veda Krishnamurthy run out (Priest) 70(45)

WICKET! 49.6 over: Shikha Pandey c Satterthwaite b Kasperek 0(1)


Overs 48 || Score 249/4 || Raj 101(117) ; Krishnamurthy 64(40)

Some serious hitting from Mithali Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy in the death overs.

6th ODI hundred for skipper Raj and first of the tournament.


Overs 45 || Score 208/4 || Raj 93(111) ; Krishnamurthy 32(27)

200 up for India in the 45th over as skipper Mithali Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy bring up their 50-run partnership.


Overs 42 || Score 183/4 || Raj 89(104) ; Krishnamurthy 11(16)

Skipper Mithali Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy have been going strong and India look set for a big score.


Overs 38 || Score 161/4 || Raj 74(89) ; Krishnamurthy 5(7)

India have lost two wickets in two overs.

WICKET! 36.3 over: Deepti Sharma c Priest b Hannah Rowe 0(7)


Overs 36 || Score 153/3 || Raj 71(83) ; Sharma 0(5)

150 is up for India in the 35th over with back to back fours by Harmanpreet Kaur.

WICKET! 35.1 over: Harmanpreet Kaur c and b Kasperek 60(90)


Overs 34 || Score 143/2 || Harmanpreet 51(83) ; Raj 71(86)

9th ODI fifty for Harmanpreet Kaur, her first in this World Cup. 


Overs 30 || Score 116/2 || Harmanpreet 35(66) ; Raj 60(79)

Mithali Raj scores her 50th ODI half-century as India go past 100.

A record ten 50+ scores for Mithali Raj in 2017, going past Ellyse Perry's nine in 2016 


Overs 24 || Score 86/2 || Harmanpreet 23 ; Raj 43

Tahuhu stepped in for her seventh over to give away just two singles. Kerr followed in. The second ball, up the length as Kaur bent down to paddle sweep it down midwicket for a boundary. Seven runs off the over. Rowe back in for her fifth over. Five runs off it.  


Overs 21 || Score 72/2 || Harmanpreet 14 ; Raj 40

Play resumed after the rain break as the duo Harmanpreet and Mithali continued to rebuild India's innings. 


READMithali Raj becomes first Indian cricketer to score 1000 runs in Women's World Cup

Overs 17.5 || Score 60/2 || Harmanpreet 10 ; Raj 33

Tahuhu returned back for her fourth over as Harmanpreet welcomed her with a classy cover drive boundary off the second delivery. That took India past the 50-run mark. Change in attack as leggie Amelia Kerr stepped in for her first over. Just two singles off it. Game stopped due to rain


Overs 15 || Score 49/2 || Harmanpreet 4 ; Raj 28

It is just occasional boundaries that is keeping the run rate going. The pacers are really holding onto the batsmen, not allowing them singles.  


Overs 12 || Score 37/2 || Harmanpreet 2 ; Raj 18

India continue slow, struggling to put up runs on the board. They cannot repeat the mistakes of the past to be extra cautious with their batting as it comes at the cost of slower run rate.  


Overs 9 || Score 29/2 || Harmanpreet 1 ; Raj 11

Another maiden for spinner Kasperek as she returned for her fourth over. Change in attack as Hannah Rowe stepped into the attack. Right arm fast medium. And she removed Smriti Mandhana for just 13. Harmanpreet Kaur walked in next.  


Overs 6 || Score 21/1 || Mandhana 13 ; Raj 4

Tahuhu back in for her third over. Fourth delivery, short ball, well outside the off stump as Raut cut it straight to the fielder at slip. Easy wicket, easy catch, and India go one down. Mithali Raj walked in next. Five off the over. Kasperek continued. Four off the over. A boundary of the back-foot down cover for Mandhana.  


Overs 3 || Score 6/0 || Mandhana 5 ; Raut 1

New Zealand started off with some spin attack. Kasperek handed over the new ball. Ended in a maiden over. Lea Tahuhu stepped in next with some pace action. Maiden again. Kasperek again. And the first boundary, up and over the midwicket. A classy shot played by Smriti Mandhana. Six off the over.


INDw XI: S Mandhana, P Raut, M Raj, H Kaur, D Sharma, V Krishnamurthy, S Verma, S Pandey, J Goswami, R Gayakwad, P Yadav

NZw XI: S Bates, R Priest, A Satterthwaite, K Martin, S Devine, K Perkins, M Green, A Kerr, H Rowe, L Tahuhu, L Kasperek


Mithali Raj-led side was up and rolling after winning four consecutive matches in their campaign at England, but soon succumbed to failure when they suffered two back-to-back defeats. Low on morale, the Indian eves have now found themselves in a virtual quarter-final against the White Ferns, a win against whom would take them to the next round. Adding to their advantage, Indians have had already registered three victories on this ground and would thus be aiming for a fourth consecutive one.

What has been troubling the Women in Blue is their batting approach. Their attempt at being more cautious, or rather extra in this matter has not turned cards in their favour as it has resulted in slower run rate thereby adding more pressure on the middle-order batswomen.

Smriti Mandhana's failure to notch up a few runs has remained a big concern for the team. Harmanpreet Kaur and Jhulan Goswami, who has had a rather quite tournament need to rise to the occasion to deliver their best for the team.

New Zealand, who are rather more accustomed to such situations, are also a team to look out for. Sophie Devine, whose 41-ball 93 is still afresh in the minds of cricket fans alongside skipper Suzie Bates and Rachel Priest can form a fearsome trio to counter down Indian bowling attack.

The least they can expect is rain as heavy showers can lead to early washout of Kiwi hopes.

Squads:

India: Mithali Raj (C), Ekta Bisht, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Jhulan Goswami, Mansi Joshi, Harmanpreet Kaur, Veda Krishnamurthy, Smrti Mandhana, Mona Meshram, Shikha Pandey, Poonam Yadav, Nuzhat Parween, Punam Raut, Deepti Sharma, Sushma Verma, Smriti Mandhana.

New Zealand: Suzie Bates (C), Amy Satterthwaite, Erin Bermingham, Sophie Devine, Maddy Green, Holly Huddleston, Leigh Kasperek, Amelia Kerr, Katey Martin, Thamsyn Newton, Katie Perkins, Anna Peterson, Rachel Priest, Hannah Rowe, Lea Tahuhu.

 

When is the ICC Women's World Cup match between India and New Zealand?

The ICC Women's World Cup match between India and New Zealand is on Saturday, July 15.

At what time will the live coverage of the ICC Women's World Cup match between India and New Zealand start?

The live coverage of ICC Women's World Cup match between India and New Zealand will start at 3:00 pm IST.

Where will the ICC Women's World Cup match between India and New Zealand match be played?

The ICC Women's World Cup match between India and New Zealand match will be played at County Ground, Derby.

Which are the TV channels that will do a live telecast of the ICC Women's World Cup match between India and New Zealand?

Star Sports 1 and HD1 are the channels that will do a live telecast of the ICC Champions Trophy match between England and Pakistan.

Where can one watch the live streaming of the ICC Women's World Cup match between India and New Zealand?

One can watch the live streaming on Hotstar. For live scores, updates, and analysis, you can follow zeenews.india.com/cricket.