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  • 11:34 PM IST

    Overs 19.3: WICKET! Another one bites the dust and that’s it! India beat Australia by 48 runs to finish top in Group B. Australia finish 119/9 (Healy out after concussion)

  • 11:32 PM IST

    Overs 19.1: WICKET! Anuja Patil gets her second wicket afer Megan Schutt holes out to the wicketkeeper for 4. Score 118/8, chasing 168

  • 11:31 PM IST

    Overs 19: Ellyse Perry hits her first six of the innings. Australia could have used some of these earlier in their chase. 10 runs from the over. Score 118/7, chasing 168

  • 11:27 PM IST

    Overs 18: Five runs and a wicket from Radha Yadav. She finishes her quota of four overs with figures of 2/13. Score 108/7

  • 11:26 PM IST

    Overs 17.4: WICKET! Excellent catch from Radha Yadav off her own bowling. Delissa Kimmince walks back after scoring just 1. A top-edge and Radha runs backwards and then a full-length dive to complete the catch. Score 105/7

  • 11:23 PM IST

    Overs 16.6: Catch no. 4 for Veda Krishnamurthy. Sophie Molineux takes the aerial route but finds Veda who accepts a comfortable catch. Sophie scored 9. Score 103/6

  • 11:19 PM IST

    Overs 16: Nine runs and a wicket in the over. Score 99/5, chasing 168

  • 11:16 PM IST

    Overs 15.1: WICKET! Poonam Yadav strikes again. This time she lures Rachael Haynes forward who misses the ball and an easy stumping for Taniya Bhatia. She scored 8. Score 90/5

  • 11:14 PM IST

    Overs 15: This is what Australia have been missing all their innings today – lack of boundaries. Ellyse Perry has clattered three fours off Harmanpreet Kaur. 14 runs from the over. Score 90/4

  • 11:11 PM IST

    Overs 14: A slightly better over for Australia – they’ve scored seven runs in it but they need to find boundaries now. 92 runs needed in 36 deliveries. Score 76/4

ICC Women's World T20 2018

Hello and welcome to our live coverage from the ICC Women’s World T20 2018 Group B match between India and Australia. This is the final match of the group with both the teams still unbeaten. They have already booked their semi-final spots.

Considered title contenders, both India and Australia stormed into the semifinals of the showpiece with a game to spare. Assured of a place in the last-four stage, the result of Saturday’s match may not be of much significance, but India are aware that beating a superior side will help them take the confidence into the knockouts. Click here to read more

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