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  • 11:36 PM IST

    Overs 19: Veda Krishnamurthy finishes off in style as India overhaul the target of 134 to finish at 137/3. India register their second win of the tournament in as many matches.

  • 11:30 PM IST

    Overs 18: End of Diana Baig’s over that fetched Pakistan an important wicket in Mithali Raj. Seven runs and a wicket from it. India 126/3, chasing 134

  • 11:29 PM IST

    Overs 17.4: OUT! Mithali Raj takes the aerial route but holes out to Nida Dar. She departs after scoring 56 off 47. India 126/3, chasing 134

  • 11:26 PM IST

    Overs 17: Harmanpreet gets her first four off the sixth delivery. The India captain charged forward and Sana Mir bowled it wide after spotting it. However, Harmanpreet reached out for it and guided it to third man region. India 119/2, chasing 134

  • 11:21 PM IST

    Overs 16: A good over for India – 10 runs in it. Score 111/2, chasing 134

  • 11:20 PM IST

    Overs 15.2: FIFTY for Mithali Raj. This is her 16th such score in T20Is. She reached the milestone with a four off Anam Ali.

  • 11:18 PM IST

    Overs 15: Harmanpreet Kaur is the new batter. Four runs and a wicket in Nida Dar’s fourth over. A good all-round show from Dar today. India 101/2

  • 11:17 PM IST

    Overs 14.5: OUT! Jemimah Rodrigues out after gifting an easy return catch to Nida Dar. Rodrigues dances down the track but ends up hitting it straight into the hands of the bowler to be caught for 16 off 21. India 101/2

  • 11:12 PM IST

    Overs 14: Jemimah Rodrigues charges forward and lifts one from Bismah Maroof to long-off for her first four of the innings. India 97/1, chasing 134

  • 11:09 PM IST

    Overs 13: Sana Mir returns for another spell. Does well to limit her third over to just five runs. India 89/1, chasing 134

Women's World T20 2018
India face Pakistan in their 2nd match of the World T20

Hello everyone! Welcome to our live coverage from the ICC Women’s World T20 2018 where India face Pakistan in a blockbuster clash today.

Could there have been a better way for India to begin their ICC Women’s World T20 campaign than skipper Harmanpreet Kaur slamming India’s first ever T20I century in women’s cricket? Probably not. Against New Zealand, the 29-year-old belted 103 off 51 deliveries to power India to 194/5 as her side walloped New Zealand by 34 runs in the Women’s World T20 opener.

High on confidence, India, in their next game, will face arch-rivals Pakistan. With a superior 8-2 record against them in T20Is, India would look to stretch the lead even further on Sunday at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. Considering their contrasting results on the opening day of the tournament, that saw Pakistan suffer a 52-run loss to Australia, India women definitely have the upper hand over their sub-continent opponents. Click here to read more

Editorial team of CricketCountry.