Live Updates

  • 3:28 PM IST

    LIVE: INDW 154/5 in 38 Ovs vs WIW 153/7 | Veda Krishnamurthy 8 (16), Shikha Pandey 1 (8) — IND WIN!!!! That’s it, the Indians have clinched an easy win over the West Indies Women, as they beat them by five wickets, and also seal the series with an unassailable 2-0 lead. Mithali is the highest scorer with 45 runs. MATCH REPORT

    OUT! Mithali Raj ct Hayley Matthews b Shakera Selman 6 (16)

  • 3:14 PM IST

    LIVE: INDW 141/4 in 34 Ovs vs WIW 153/7 | Mithali Raj 34 (44)*, Veda Krishnamurthy 3 (4) — GONE!!!! Now it’s the fourth down as well, as Harmanpreet Kaur is the latest batsman to be dismissed off Afy Fletcher, after being stumped by Merissa Aguilleira for mere six, while Veda Krishnamurthy is the new batsman in.

    OUT!
    Harmanpreet Kaur st Merissa Aguilleira b Afy Fletcher 6 (16)

  • 2:54 PM IST

    LIVE: INDW 124/3 in 30 Ovs vs WIW 153/7 | Mithali Raj 29 (30)*, Harmanpreet Kaur 6 (15) — GONE!!!! The third wicket is down as well for the Indians, as they lose Mandhana for 44, off Matthews, after being caught by Dottin, but it’s hardly going to change anything, as India have come real close to the win.

    OUT! SS Mandhana c Deandra Dottin b Hayley Matthews 44 (62)

  • 2:34 PM IST

    LIVE: INDW 111/2 in 25 Ovs vs WIW 153/7 | SS Mandhana 44 (61)*, Mithali Raj 23 (15)* — GONE!!!! The second wicket finally falls for India, as Depti is the latest batsman to be dismissed, who falls for 32 to Anisa Mohammed, after being caught by Hayley Matthews, while the skipper Mithali Raj makes her way in. Just moments away from the victory is India.

  • 2:08 PM IST

    LIVE: INDW 79/1 in 20 Ovs vs WIW 153/7 | SS Mandhana 41 (52)*, Deepti 30 (56)* — And it’s the same story that keeps continuing, while Mandhana is jst nine short of her half-century.

  • 1:54 PM IST

    LIVE: INDW 62/1 in 17 Ovs vs WIW 153/7 | SS Mandhana 35 (44)*, Deepti 19 (46)* — The same story continues, as both the batsmen continue to bat with ease, while the Windies bowlers keep struggling to get a breakthrough.

  • 1:34 PM IST

    LIVE: INDW 44/1 in 10 Ovs vs WIW 153/7 | SS Mandhana 28 (32)*, Deepti 9 (20)* — No harm done following the opening loss for India, as the current batsmen are well on course to chase down the average total, while the West Indies bowlers seem to be struggling to get a proper breakthrough.

  • 1:19 PM IST

    LIVE: INDW 31/1 in 5 Ovs vs WIW 153/7 | SS Mandhana 23 (16)*, Deepti 7 (11)* — GONE!!!! the opening breakthrough for the Windies, as they get rid of Thirushkamini, who falls for a mere couple for obstructing the field. A rather silly fashion to be given out, but nevertheless, Windies would take it, while Seepti makes her way in.

    OUT! MD Thirushkamini Obstructing the Field 2 (14)

  • 12:06 PM IST

    LIVE: WIW 153/7 in 50 Ovs | Deandra Dottinis 63 (101)*, Afy Fletcher 5 (7)* — THAT’S IT!!!! So 154 is what the Indian Women need to seal the series, which should ideally be an easy task for them. Meanwhile, Doittinis scores an unbeaten 63, while Goswami and Bisht have claimed a couple of wickets each. INNINGS REPORT


    OUT! Shemaine Campbella c Ekta Bisht b Rajeshwari 5 (14), Deandra Dottin b Jhulan Goswami 63 (101)

  • 11:45 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 128/5 in 45 Ovs | Deandra Dottinis 48 (88)*, Shemaine Campbella 0 (4)* — GONE!!!! The fifth wicket falls as well, as it’s Aguilleira, who falls for 25 to Bisht, who bowls her up, once again, while Shemaine Campbella is the new batsman in. How much far can the Windies Women travel in the remaining five overs of the innings?

    OUT! Merissa Aguilleira b Ekta Bisht 25 (52)

  • 11:28 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 105/4 in 40 Ovs | Deandra Dottinis 32 (72)*, Merissa Aguilleira 18 (44)* — Still no harm done, as the Windies Women get past the 100-run mark, but the Indian continue to put pressure on the Windies. How much more can the Windies contribute in the next 10 overs?

  • 11:06 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 82/4 in 35 Ovs | KDeandra Dottinis 22 (57)*, Merissa Aguilleira 9 (27)* — No harm done, as the batsmen are batting slow and steady following the loss of the fourth wicket, while the Indian bowlers continue the same story of bowling tight.

  • 10:48 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 61/4 in 29 Ovs | KDeandra Dottinis 9 (38)*, Merissa Aguilleira 1 (12)* — GONE!!!! The fourth wicket is down as well for the Windies Women, as Knight falls for mere 15 to Jhulan Goswami, who runs her out unfortunately, while Merissa Aguilleira is the new batsman in. India have bowled far very tight, and are certainly putting up tremendous pressure over the Windies.

    OUT! Kycia Knight run out Jhulan Goswami 15 (56)

  • 10:33 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 57/3 in 25 Ovs | Kycia Knight 15 (55)*, Deandra Dottinis 7 (25)* — No harm done, as both the batsmen continue to play some slow cricket i order to save themselves from falling victim to the Indian bowlers, who are bowling tight.

  • 10:16 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 51/3 in 19 Ovs | Kycia Knight 14 (40)*, Deandra Dottinis 2 (4)* — GONE!!!! The third wicket is sown, and it’s the skipper Taylor, who depart for mere 15 to Ekta Bisht, who bowls her out, while Deandra Dottinis the new batsman in.

    OUT! Stafanie Taylor b Ekta Bisht 15 (42)

  • 9:55 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 34/2 in 13 Ovs | Stafanie Taylor 12 (29)*, Kycia Knight 2 (21)* — No harm done for the Windies women, following the loss of a couple of early opening wickets, as Taylor and Knight take charge of the innings, while the Indians continue to bowl tight.

  • 9:28 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 22/2 in 6 Ovs |Stafanie Taylor 4 (4)*, Kycia Knight 0 (4)* — GONE!!!! The second wicket falls as well for the Windies, as it’s the second opener in the form of Shaquana Quintyne, who departs for mere nine to Shikha Pandey, who too traps her leg-before, while Kycia Knight makes her way out into the middle. Sloppy start indeed by the Windies Women.

    OUT! Shaquana Quintyne lbw Shikha Pandey 9 (12)

  • 9:24 AM IST

    LIVE: WIW 20/1 in 5 Ovs | Shaquana Quintyne 9 (10)*, Stafanie Taylor 4 (4)* — GONE!!!! The topening wicket is here, as the Indians get the all-important wicket of the West Indies opener in the form of Hayley Matthews, who falls for mere six to Jhulan Goswami, who trapped her leg-before, as the skipper Stafanie Taylor, makes her way in.

    OUT! Hayley Matthews lbw Jhulan Goswami 6 (16)

  • 8:59 AM IST

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  • 8:58 AM IST

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  • 8:58 AM IST

    India Women win toss and elect to field

  • 8:47 AM IST

    Mithali Raj and Stafanie Taylor at the toss

West Indies Women would in turn look to make a comeback and level terms for the decider in the third ODI © Getty Images (File Photo)
West Indies Women would in turn look to make a comeback and level terms for the decider in the third ODI © Getty Images (File Photo)

Good Morning, शुभ प्रभात! Hello and Welcome to CricketCountry’s live coverage of the second of the three-match One-Day International (ODI) series between hosts India Women, and visitors West Indies Women at the Dr. Gokaraju Liala Gangaaraju ACA Cricket Ground in Mulapadu on Sunday. I am Ayush Gupta, and I will be bringing to you the live updates of this tie. The Indian Women won the opening tie by six wicket at Vijaywada, as they aim to continue with the same winning momentum and win it here to seal the series, while the West Indies Women would in turn look to make a comeback and level terms for the decider in the third ODI. IND vs WI, 2nd Women’s ODI: The Eves aim for claiming series

India Women are off to flying start to the final round of ICC Women’s One-Day International (ODI) Championship 2016 against West Indies Women, beating them by 6 wickets in the first ODI at the newly inaugurated twin-stadium at Malapadu in Vijayawada. The Eves have gone through several changes since their debacle in ICC T20 Women World Cup 2016. Though, Mithali Raj is leading India in limited-over cricket, she has been relieved from the duties of shortest format and her deputy Harmanpreet Kaur will lead the side for three Twenty20 International (T20Is) against West Indies as well as the upcoming Asia Cup.

With former cricketer Suman Sharma, making an entry as India’s fielding coach, that Mithali has been rueing about post T20WWC defeat, India have surely taken the task on hand pretty seriously. The No. 6 ranked team are also looking to better their rankings winning this series by margin of 3-0. Considering it will be a grueling season ahead, India have lot of homework yet to be done despite their all-round performance in the first ODI. The bowlers and batters got the wickets as well as runs respectively, but the ones who flourished in the T20WWC were stuttering after a gap of six months. Clinical India Women ease past West Indies Women in 1st ODI

It was pitch that belonged to the hard-hitting batters, but West Indies faltered and were nowhere closer to the tag of ‘champions’. West Indies top batters that included skipper Stafanie along with Deandra Dottin and Hayley Matthews failed to build the required runs against the Eves strong bowling attack. Although, Hayley and Stafanie added 24 and 19 respectively, Deandra was gone cheaply for 8. Coming with defeat against England Women by 2-1, this loss added further fuel to fire that West Indies will be itching to calm down. Merissa Aguilleira was the only talking point for West Indies, who pursued her side beyond the 100-run mark and provided competitive total on board.

This series is crucial in all forms for both the teams especially with Harmanpreet and Smiriti now part of the Australia’s biggest domestic T20 league – Women Big Bash League (WBBL) all set to begin from December. However, India’s promising spinners are the ones who can do the trick once again in the second ODI. With likes of Poonam Yadav, Rajeshwari, and Deepti pushing harder to get wickets and Ekta boosting the spin unit, India are most likely to sail through the World Cup. India Women vs West Indies Women: Tight security in place post terror attacks

Squads:

India: Mithali Raj (c), Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Thirush Kamini, Mona Meshram, Veda Krishnamurthy, Jhulan Goswami, Shikha Pandey, Devika Vaidya, Sushma Verma (wk), Sukanya Parida, Poonam Yadav, Ekta Bisht, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Deepti Sharma.

West Indies: Stafanie Taylor (c), Anisa Mohammed, Merissa Aguilleira (wk), Shemaine Campbelle, Shamilia Connell, Britney Cooper, Deandra Dottin, Afy Fletcher, Kycia Knight, Hayley Matthews, Chedean Nation, Shaquana Quintyne, Shakera Selman, Tremayne Smartt.