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  • 9:57 PM IST
    Sri Lanka Women 166 all out in 48.4 overs vs India |Target 276|: India Women beat Sri Lanka Women by 109 runs.

    This has been such a dominating show of strength by the Indian Women. Batting unit did shutter a bit but in the end the bowling won the game for them. Rajeshwari Gayakwad, in particular stared with the ball picking 4 wickets, while Ekta Bisht picked 2. It was only the pair of Dilani Manodara and Prasadani Weerakkody that showed some grit in the middle with a 74-run stand.
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    Sri Lanka Women 153/6 in 45 overs vs India |Target 276|: Ekta Bisht returning into the attack nabbed the wicket of Shashikala Siriwardene. Her stay in the middle lasted just 10-balls as she stumped for 2 off Ekta. Deepti soon got into the act trapping Eshani Kaushalya for just 1.
  • 9:28 PM IST

    Sri Lanka Women 144/4 in 41 overs vs India |Target 276|: Shikha Pandey gets India Women the much needed break through. Shikha cleaned up Prasadani Weekakkody for a hard-fought 58-ball 39. Her wicket brings Shashikala Siriwardene in the middle. Dilani Mandora continues to fight back.

  • 9:23 PM IST

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    Sri Lanka Women 128/3 in 37 overs vs India |Target 276|: Sri Lanka have managed to deny Indian bowlers any more inroads and now on the lookout for easy runs. Both Dilani and Prasadani are nearing their respective half-centuries. Indian skipper Mithali Raj has already used up 7 bowlers so far in the match.

  • 8:55 PM IST

    Sri Lanka Women 111/3 in 33 overs vs India |Target 276|: Both Dilani Manodara and Prasadani Weerakkody have managed to keep Sri Lanka in hunt so far, but now they need to get a move on. India have called upon Ekta Biskt to pick wickets and make inroads before Sri Lanka have even a sniff of a win.

  • 8:36 PM IST

    Sri Lanka Women 83/3 in 27 overs vs India |Target 276|: Sri Lanka women have managed to hold fort quite strongly after the fall of third wicket. Dilani Manodara and Prasadani Weerakkody have managed to struck in a few boundaries in between all the dead batting in the middle.

  • 8:13 PM IST


    Sri Lanka Women 63/3 in 20 overs vs India |Target 276|: OUT! Sri Lanka Women have lost their third wicket; second in quick succession. Rajeshwari Gayakwad picks her first wicket in the form of Hasini Perera for 23. Dilani Manodara and Prasadani Weerakkody are out in the middle.
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    Sri Lanka Women 50/1 in 16 overs vs India |Target 276|: Chamari Atapattu and Hasini Perera have hardly been pressured by the Indian bowlers after their initial burst. Chamari in particular have showed positivity against the spinners and is not feared of using her feet. Hasini on the other hand, has shown restrained and continued to play second fiddle.

    England Women 132/3 in 27.2 overs vs NZ |Target: 131|: It was England’s batting unit that made a mockery of the chase winning the affair by a healthy margin of 7 wickets. Tammy Beaumont took all the responsibility upon herself and ensured England Women do not falter in the chase.
  • 7:36 PM IST

    Sri Lanka Women 28/1 in 12 overs vs India |Target 276|: Sri Lankan Women’s pair of Chamari Atapattu and Hasini Perera have managed to weather the storm of Shikha and Ekta. Mithali Raj have called upon Deepti Sharma and Mansi Joshi to bowl. It

  • 7:34 PM IST

    England Women 110/3 in 24 overs vs NZ |Target: 131|: OUT! Second wicket in as many overs for England Women. Danielle Wyatt falls for 0 off Leigh Kasperek. In the last over it was the well set Natalie Sciver fell for 38 to Lea Tahuhu. Fran Wilson has joined Tammy in the middle.

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    Sri Lanka Women 12/1 in 7 overs vs India |Target 276|: Chamari Atapattu and Hasini Perera have batted with much caution against fierce Shikha Pandey and the wily Ekta Bisht. It is important that Indian bowlers get as much time in the middle to chance their arm over.
  • 7:15 PM IST

    England Women 89/0 in 20 overs vs NZ |Target: 131|: After the break while Tammy is batting with caution, it is Natalie that launched into the White Ferns’ bowling. In no time the pair had added 40 runs. New Zealand have called upon Leigh Kasperek and Thamsyn Newton to bowl.

  • 7:06 PM IST

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    Sri Lanka Women 5/0 in 2 overs vs India |Target 276|: Nipuni Hansika and Hasini Perera come out to chase down India’s target of 276 runs. Both players need to be on top of their game with India’s bowling pair of Shikha Pandey and Ekta Bisht in red-hot form. So far both of them have struck to impeccable lines.

    England Women 56/0 in 12 overs vs NZ |Target: 131|: Tammy Baumont and Natelie Sciver have looked unchallenged in the middle so far. Sophie Devine has managed to stem the flow of runs but it is of no avail. It will interesting to see whether England plan to bat on and on after if and when they win the tie.
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    England Women 56/0 in 12 overs vs NZ |Target: 131|: England came out after the break with Tammy and Natalie Sciver in the middle. Lauren was retired out for 27. With Lauren retiring it gives ample chance for Tammy and Natalie to find form in the middle.
  • 6:25 PM IST

    India Women 275/8, in 50 overs vs Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka have managed to break India’s momentum in the last 10 overs and deny them reaching the score of 300. Veda Krishnamurthy and Shikha Pandey added 24 runs for the seventh wicket to help India Women reach. For India it was Mithali Raj who toped scored with 85, while Ama Kanchana grabbed 2 wickets for Sri Lanka.
  • 6:12 PM IST

    India Women 249/6, in 47 overs vs Sri Lanka: OUT! Mithali Raj has finally fallen for 85 runs. Ama Kanchana picks up her second wicket of the match. Earlier, she nabbed Deepti Sharma for 2. Veda Krishnamurthy now finds Shikha Pandey along with her.
  • 6:08 PM IST

    England Women 45/0 in 10 overs vs NZ |Target: 131|: After Lauren Winfield, now Tammy Baumont has also looked to take on the aerial route. With such a brisk start England Women look in great stead. New Zealand Women have already made two bowling changes bringing in Leigh Kasperek and Sophie Devine to bowl within the first powerplay.
    LUNCH – ENGW need 86 runs to win.
  • 5:57 PM IST

    India Women 228/4, in 44 overs vs Sri Lanka: A mix-up between Mithali Raj and Mona Meshram caused the latter to lose her wicket. Mona was ran-out for 30 off 36 balls. Mithali meanwhile continues to whack the bowlers for boundaries at will. She has been joined by Deepti Sharma in the middle.

    England Women 34/0 in 6 overs vs NZ |Target: 131|: England opening pair of Lauren Winfield and Tammy Baumont continue to find easy boundaries. Lauren in particular has been aggressive so far striking at above 100+. Tammy on the other hand, is looking solid and playing second fiddle.
  • 5:39 PM IST

    India Women 204/3, in 40 overs vs Sri Lanka: Mithali Raj surpassed yet another half-century for herself. With only 10 overs remaining it is important that Mona Meshram takes charge and punters run off Sri Lankan bowlers. Sri Lanka will want to get these wickets as soon as possible before the rampage starts.
    England Women 13/0 in 2 overs vs NZ |Target: 131|: England Women openers Lauren Winfield and Tammy Beaumont are in the middle. It is important that both these players get a steady start given how New Zealand batswomen played. New Zealand Women will want Holly Huddleston and Lea Tahuhu to make early in-roads.
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    New Zealand Women 130 all out, in 38.3 overs vs England: Lea became the final casualty of the New Zealand innings falling to Jenny for a 15-ball 5; her second wicket. Holly Huddleston remained unbeaten on 2 facing just 6 balls. New Zealand Women have bundled out for 130 runs with Katey Martin contributing 36 runs, while for England Laura Marsh picked 3 wickets.
  • 5:24 PM IST
    India Women 176/3, in 36 overs vs Sri Lanka: Slowly but steadily Indian Women are getting away with the match. Mithali Raj in particular have been sturdy in the middle, while Mona Meshram has been on the offence. Mona is batting nearing at a strike-rate of 85, while Mithali is playing at 65. It is important that these two bat till the 40th over for lower order batswomen to take good use of the platform.

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    India Women 160/3, in 31 overs vs Sri Lanka: Harmanpreet Kaur soon joined Mithali. Hamranpreet’s stay was cut-short by Oshadi Ranasinghe. Oshadi got the better off Harmanpreet in just 2-balls. Mona Meshram came out at the crease. Mithali continues to latch on too anything that is their to be hit. Mona meanwhile is striking with run-a-ball rate.
    New Zealand Women 116/8, in 36 overs vs England: Both batswomen stay lasted only a small time as they fell to Laura Marsh in the same over. First to fall was Sophie for 7, while Katie got knocked over for just 7. New woman in the middle, Anna Peterson fell for 5 to Laura. New Zealand currently have Lea Tahuhu and Thamsyn Newton in the middle.

India Women have lost their first © Getty Images
India Women have lost their first © Getty Images

Good morning/afternoon! Hello and welcome to CricketCountry’s live coverage of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017. Before the tournament starts, all the teams will play few warm-up matches to get into the groove before the commencement of the main draw. Today, there will be two warm-up games and we at CricketCountry will bring to you all the live scores and updates from the match. In the first match for the day, India Women will take on Sri Lanka Women at Queen’s Park, Chesterfield while in the second match England Women will face New Zealand Women at County Ground, Derby. India will be the favorites for the first match while England vs New Zealand is likely to be a grueling affair.

In India’s first match, New Zealand handed them a resounding defeat by 7 wickets. Batting first, they managed just 130 runs. Mona Meshram and Poonam Raut contributed 33 and 30 runs respectively. New Zealand in reply, managed to chase down the target in just 26.3 overs with Rachel Priest hitting 52 runs.

England, on the other hand, bundled out Sri Lanka for just 155 runs with Chamari Attapatu top-scoring with 33. England chased down the target with much ease as Sarah Taylor striking an unbeaten 49. Their side won the match by 8 wickets.


England Women: Danielle Hazell, Heather Knight (c), Anya Shrubsole, Danielle Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Georgia Elwiss, Jenny Gunn, Laura Marsh, Sarah Taylor (wk), Natalie Sciver, Lauren Winfield, Beth Langston, Fran Wilson, Alex Hartley

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

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

Sri Lanka Women: Shashikala Siriwardene, Chamari Atapattu, Udeshika Prabodhani, Inoka Ranaweera (c), Dilani Manodara, Sripali Weerakkody, Oshadi Ranasinghe, Prasadani Weerakkody (wk), Chandima Gunaratne, Chamari Polgampola, Hasini Perera, Ama Kanchana, Eshani Lokusuriyage, Harshitha Madavi, Nipuni Hansika