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  • 7:08 PM IST

    Australia Women 159/2 in 23.2 overs vs Pakistan: |Target 157|: Australia Women have dominate so far with the ball and bat. Meg Lanning struck a 34-ball 40 that got their side through. Earlier it was Beth Mooney who retired on 63 from 72-balls. Meg along with Rachael Haynes saw Australia home. Only Diana Baig picked up one wicket for her side.

  • 6:02 PM IST

    Australia Women 65/1 in 12 overs vs Pakistan: |Target 157|: After a mammoth stand of 60 runs between Beth Mooney and Nicole Bolton, Australia Women finally lose their first wicket. Nicole was out for 31 by Diana Baig. Beth is now been joined by Meg Lanning. Australia currently are cruising.

  • 5:33 PM IST

    Australia Women 21/0 in 5 overs vs Pakistan: |Target 157|: Australia’s opening pair of NIcole Bolton and Beth Mooney have batted with great calmness in the middle. Both have give the conditions and the bowlers respect. Pakistan must pick early wickets if they have any chance of winning the game.

  • 5:13 PM IST

    South Africa Women 65/4 in 19 overs vs West Indies Women |Target 64|:
    Anisha Mohammed, Deandra Dottin and Shanel Daley have picked quick wickets just to have a saving face. Mignon du Preez and Andrie Steyn ensured that South Africa Women did not loose any wicket. Laura top scored with 26, while Lizelle Lee made 18.

  • 4:44 PM IST

    South Africa Women 42/0 in 12 overs vs West Indies Women |Target 64|: After intial slowness, Laura Wolvaardt have taken on the West Indies’ bowling. Lizelle Lee on the other hand, are playing with caution. The pair have added 43 runs in no time and are just 21 runs away from a win.

  • 4:42 PM IST

    Pakistan Women 154/9 in 46 overs vs Australia Women : Sarah Aley has picked up 2 wickets in her 7th over. First she picked up Sana Mir for 4, while Waheeda Akhtar fell for a 2-ball 0. Earlier, Asmavia Iqbal was Sarah for 12. Australia Women have hardly given any respite. Sadia Yousuf and Sidra Nawaz are in the middle.

  • 4:16 PM IST


    South Africa Women 14/0 in 4 overs vs West Indies Women |Target 64|:
    Lizelle Lee and Laura Wolvaardt are toying with the West Indies’s bowlers. Both batswomen have hardly been challenged in the middle. Lizelle is taking her time to get a look in, while Laura is taking on the role of the aggressor.

  • 4:14 PM IST

    Pakistan Women 130/6 in 38 overs vs Australia Women : Jess Jonnasen has been on a rampage.Kainat Imtiaz became Jess’s second wicket after she was bowled for 7 off 22. Jess nabbed her third as she picked up the prized scalp of Bismah for 39. Currently for Pakistan Sana Mir and Asmavia Iqbal are in the middle.

  • 4:00 PM IST

    South Africa Women 9/0 in 1 over vs West Indies Women |Target 64|: Lizelle Lee and Laura Wolvaardt are out in the middle for South Africa. This total should not trouble the South African team but West Indies Women will not give up that easily. Dendra Dottin has opened the bowling for West Indies Women.

  • 3:57 PM IST


    Pakistan Women 122/4 in 34 overs vs Australia Women :
    After the fall of Nain Abidi, both Bismah Mahroof and Kainat Imtiaz have batted with control and calmness. Bismah as usual is playing the sheet anchor role, while Kainat is holding on one end. Nain was found wanting against Kristen Beams, who trapped her leg-before for 3.

  • 3:48 PM IST

    West Indies Women 63 in 23.5 overs vs South Africa Women: West Indies Women have lost 6 wickets for just 3 runs. Masabata Klaas has been on fire so far in this innings she picked up 4 wickets for 14 runs. In all they had lost 3 run out in their innings. Top scorer for West Indies were Hayley Matthews.

  • 3:36 PM IST

  • 3:27 PM IST

    Pakistan Women 96/4 in 25 overs vs Australia Women : After completing her half-century Nahida Khan was fallen for 51. She was picked up Ashleigh Gardner. Bismah Mahroof continues to hold one end of the pitch. Nain Abidi has joined her in the middle. Nahida and Bismah added 48 runs.

    West Indies Women 61/6 in 20 overs vs South Africa Women: South Africa Women are on fire currently. Masabata Klaas in particular she has already taken 3 wicket in her 2 overs. Her third victim was Deandra Dottin, who fell for 6. Last wicket to fall was Shanel who was run out for 0. Earlier Chedean Nation was out off Chole Tyron for 3. Merissa Aguilleira and Anisa Mohammed are in the middle.

  • 3:21 PM IST

  • 3:12 PM IST

    Pakistan Women 78/2 in 20 overs vs Australia Women : Nahida Khan has single handedly taking Pakistan ton safety. She alone has made 47 runs out of the teams total of 78 runs. Bismah Maroof is ably supporting her in the middle. Ashleigh Gardner and Kristen Beans are into the attack.

    West Indies Women 52/3 in 16 overs vs South Africa Women: West Indies Women have continuously giving their wickets after the first 10 overs. Last wicket to fall was Reniece Boyce off Masbata Klass for a 21-ball 10. Deandra Dottin and Chedean Nation are out in the middle for West Indies.

  • 2:48 PM IST

    Pakistan Women 40/2 in 13 overs vs Australia Women : Australia Women have made quite a comeback picking up two back-t-back wickets. First it was Ayesha Zafar, now it is Marina Iqbal who goes for 0. Jess Jonassen picks up her first wicket.

    West Indies Women 37/1 in 12 overs vs South Africa Women: After a steady start West Indies Women have lost their opening batswomen Hayley Matthews for a 38-ball 19. Moseline Daniels cleaned up Hayley off a full lenght ball. Reniece Boyce is out in the middle along with Felicia WAlters.

  • 2:42 PM IST

    Pakistan Women 37/1 in 12 overs vs Australia Women : After initial slowness Ayesha and Nahida have get a move on. Both are playing with more freedom. Australia have called in Belinda Vakarewa to place Megan Schutt. It will be important that Pakistan batswomen spend as much time in the middle before the spinners come in. Belinda have picked up the key wicket of Ayesha for 21. Marina Iqbal has come out in the middle.

    West Indies Women 35/0 in 10 overs vs South Africa Women: Both Felicia Walters and Hayley Mathews have after a slow start have smacked a few boudnaries. South African have been guilty of giving a few freebies. Moseline Daniels have been called upon.

  • 2:32 PM IST

    South Africa Women (XI): Andrie Steyn, Lizelle Lee, Trisha Chetty(wk), Chloe Tryon, Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk(c), Sune Luus, Shabnim Ismail, Nadine de Klerk, Ayabonga Khaka, Moseline Daniels, Laura Wolvaardt, Masabata Klaas, Mignon du Preez, Raisibe Ntozakhe

  • 2:31 PM IST

    West Indies Women (Playing XI): Hayley Matthews, Felicia Walters, Chedean Nation, Stafanie Taylor, Deandra Dottin, Merissa Aguilleira(wk), Afy Fletcher, Shanel Daley, Anisa Mohammed(c), Qiana Joseph, Shamilia Connell, Akeira Peters, Reniece Boyce, Shakera Selman, Kyshona Knight

  • 2:31 PM IST

    Australia Women (Playing XI): Beth Mooney, Nicole Bolton, Meg Lanning(c), Ellyse Perry, Elyse Villani, Alex Blackwell, Alyssa Healy(wk), Amanda Wellington, Ashleigh Gardner, Belinda Vakarewa, Jess Jonassen, Kristen Beams, Megan Schutt, Rachael Haynes, Sarah Aley

  • 2:29 PM IST

    West Indies Women 17/0 in 7 overs vs South Africa Women: West Indies after winning the toss elected to bat first. Felicia Walters and Hayley Matthews are in the middle. They have been kept in check so afar by Ayabonga Khaka and Shabnim Ismail.

  • 2:27 PM IST

    Pakistan Women 15/0 in 6 overs vs Australia Women : Pakistan are off to a steady start. Australia Women had won the toss and asked Pakistan in. Nahida Khan and Ayesha Zafar are in the middle. Negan Schutt and Jess Jonassen will look to make early inroads.

  • 2:15 PM IST

Pakistan Women look to gain second victory © Getty Images
Pakistan Women look to gain second victory on trot © Getty Images

Good Morning / Afternoon. Welcome to the live cricket updates of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017’s last leg of warm-ups. The teams who have the last opportunity to test their skills ahead of the mega-event are Pakistan, Australia, West Indies and South Africa. The first warm-up between Pakistan and Australia will take place at Leicester. The second warm-up between West Indies and South Africa will be held at Oakham. In the first game, both the sides are coming on the back of a win. Where Pakistan edged past West Indies, Australia triumphed over South Africa. In the second game, both the teams will desperately look for a win before the main draw.

Pakistan’s Nain Abidi and Bismah Maroof stole the show against West Indies with their 141-run stand while skipper Sana Mir stood out amongst the bowlers with figures of 2 for 46. Meanwhile, Elyse Villani’s 137 cruised Australia to 103-run victory against South Africa.

For West Indies, it was Felicia Walters and Merissa Aguilleira who top-scored for their side. As for the bowlers, Shamilia Connell returned with figures of 2 for 39. On the other hand, South Africa’s wicketkeeper Trisha Chetty and skipper Dane van Niekerk smashed fifties that went in vain.

While Australia or Pakistan will look to end their warm-ups on a positive note, West Indies or South Africa will seek redemption so that they enter the main tournament with some momentum behind them.

Squads:

Pakistan Women: Sana Mir (c), Sidra Nawaz (wk), Ayesha Zafar, Nahida Khan, Marina Iqbal, Bismah Maroof, Nain Abidi, Asmavia Iqbal, Kainat Imtiaz, Nashra Sandhu, Diana Baig, Ghulam Fatima, Javeria Khan, Sadia Yousuf, Waheeda Akhtar

Australia Women: Meg Lanning (c), Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Nicole Bolton, Ellyse Perry, Elyse Villani, Alex Blackwell, Amanda Wellington, Ashleigh Gardner, Belinda Vakarewa, Jess Jonassen, Kristen Beams, Megan Schutt, Rachael Haynes, Sarah Aley

West Indies Women: Stafanie Taylor (c), Merissa Aguilleira (wk), Hayley Matthews, Felicia Walters, Chedean Nation, Deandra Dottin, Afy Fletcher, Shanel Daley, Anisa Mohammed, Qiana Joseph, Shamilia Connell, Akeira Peters, Reniece Boyce, Shakera Selman, Kyshona Knight

South Africa Women: Dane van Niekerk (c), Trisha Chetty (wk), Andrie Steyn, Lizelle Lee, Chloe Tryon, Marizanne Kapp, Sune Luus, Shabnim Ismail, Nadine de Klerk, Ayabonga Khaka, Moseline Daniels, Laura Wolvaardt, Masabata Klaas, Mignon du Preez, Raisibe Ntozakhe