India Women vs England Women Highlights – WC Final July 23, 2017

Ind wmn v Eng wmn highlights today – ICC Women’s World Cup Final from London (England) Sunday 23rd July 2017. England women team big worry is their bowling line, HC Knight is their most wicket taker who took eight wickets in six innings, A Hartley also took eight in seven innings and their third most wicket taker is NR Sciver who took seven wicket so far but in exchange of this they got best batting line like TT Beaumont, HC Knight, SJ Taylor and NR Sciver. TT Beaumont is the third most runs scorer of the tournament so far with 387 runs, HC Knight 363, SJ Taylor 351 and NR Sciver 318.

India Women team
S Verma †, DB Sharma, S Pandey, J Goswami, S Mandhana, M Raj (c), RS Gayakwad, Poonam Yadav, PG Raut, H Kaur, V Krishnamurthy.

England Women team
L Winfield, TT Beaumont, SJ Taylor †, JL Gunn, A Shrubsole, A Hartley, KH Brunt, LA Marsh, HC Knight (c), FC Wilson, NR Sciver.

Match Timings: 09:30 GMT | 10:30 Local

Toss: England Women won the toss and elected to bat.

Other side India women team who surprised everyone with their last performance against Australia in second semi-final of the women world cup 2017. In that match because of rain interruption overs were reduced to 42/ps and India batted first and scored 281 runs with four down. S Mandhana scored six runs and out when it was 0.6 Sixth straight sub-15 score for Mandhana.She has tapered off after a strong start to the tournament. Schutt offers width outside off but this isn’t short enough for a leg-side pull. Mandhana doesn’t go for a full-blooded pull either. She does a bit of this, a bit of that, and lobs a leading edge to cover. The ball stopped a touch on Mandhana, but the shot was not on. The ball pitched on a good length. Dolly catch. Perfect start for Australia 6/1.

PG Raut second Indian women team batsmen gone with 14 runs at 9.2 Gardner strikes with her second ball, has Raut holing out to deep midwicket. Low-percentage shot from Raut. She charges down the track but does not get close to the pitch. She has a heave-ho at it. Drags it across the line to Mooney 35/2. Captain herself M Raj scored just 36 this time and had not survived for so long and gone when 24.6 gets her this time. An error. Beams beat her in flight and trajectory. Was flatter, and quicker. Raj went back, looking for a cut, because she thinks it’s short enough. It was, but it wasn’t wide. Drifted in with the angle and knocked into middle stump. Not a good shot. She was looking really good for another fifty 101/3.

DB Sharma contributed 25 runs and out, V Krishnamurthy scored 16 off ten deliveries. She was H Kaur who smashed all Australian women bowlers all around the park that day, she scored 171 runs off 115 balls, she smashed twenty 4s and seven maximums in her innings and gone not out. DB Sharma took three wickets, J Goswami and S Pandey these two took two wickets each of them. From Indian women team statistics of the tournament M Raj is the second most runs scorer of the tournament so far with 392 runs, H Kaur 308 and PG Raut 295. DB Sharma took 12 wickets, Poonam Yadav nine and E Bisht took also nine.

It’s set to be the most-watched game in women’s cricket history, with 26,500 fans in attendance, and a few million more expected to tune into their TV sets. The strip is expected to be full of runs. Intermittent showers are on the radar. There’s a reserve day, but it’s unlikely to be needed. Harmanpreet Kaur injured her shoulder while batting in the nets and was icing it. However, Raj quashed doubts over her participation and said it was merely a precaution to manage niggles.

Poonam Yadav had an off day against Australia. Batsmen had enough time to line themselves up against her loopy legspin. India could consider bringing back Ekta Bisht, who didn’t enjoy a great outing in her previous game, against Australia in the league phase. But she has the experience Raj can bank on. England are likely to remain unchanged.

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