India ladies vs England women live Cricket score, ICC ladies’s T20 world Cup Semifinal: England beat India by eight wickets : OVER 17.1: FOUR! 50 up for Amy Jones hits to wide mid-on for four. India lose by 8 wickets, England to meet Australia in the final
OVER 16.4: FOUR! 50 up for Natalie Sciver as she pulls to mid-wicket for four
OVER 15.5: FOUR! Natalie Sciver hits inside out over mid-off for a boundary
OVER 13.1: FOUR! Amy Jones moves to the off side and pulls to deep square leg for four
OVER 10.2: FOUR! Natalie Sciver slams to the cow corner for another boundary
OVER 9.3: FOUR! Natalie Sciver pulls to mid-wicket for a boundary
OVER 8.5: FOUR! Natalie Sciver cuts square off the wicket for a boundary
OVER 4.5: WICKET! Dani Wyatt pulls to deep mid-wicket for Jemimah Rodrigues to take the catch off Deepti Sharma. England 24/2
OVER 3.5: SIX! Amy Jones charges down the pitch and hits over long-on for the first six of the England innings
OVER 2.5: FOUR! Amy Jones pulls straight down the ground for a boundary
OVER 1.2: WICKET! Tammy Beaumont goes for the slop sweep and gives a simple catch to Arundhati Reddy at mid-wicket off Radha Yadav
Dani Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont open the England batting, India straightaway with spin as Deepti Sharma bowls the first over
OVER 19.3: ALL OUT! Deepti Sharma is run out, India bundled out for 112 runs
OVER 19.2: WICKET! Arundhati Reddy charges down the pitch, misses the ball and is stumped. India 112/9
OVER 18.1: WICKET! Radha Yadav is run out with a direct hit. India 104/8
OVER 17.1: 100 up for India
OVER 16.6: WICKET! Anuja Patil hits to mid-off for Winfield to take the catch
OVER 15.5: WICKET! Harmanpreet Kaur mistimes a hit high up in the air for Natalie Sciver to take the catch in the covers. Two wickets in the over for Kirstie Gordon. India 94/5
OVER 15.1: WICKET! Veda Krishnamurthy tries to sweep, but edges to the keeper for a simple catch. India 93/4
OVER 13.5: WICKET! Jemimah Rodrigues (26) is run out while trying to complete a second run. India 89/3
OVER 13.1: SIX! Harmanpreet Kaur hits over long-off for a six
OVER 12.6: FOUR! Jemimah Rodrigues cuts to third man for four more
OVER 12.5: FOUR! Jemimah Rodrigues cuts to third man for four
OVER 8.4: WICKET! Taniya Bhatia mistimes a hit to mid-on for Natalie Sciver to take the catch off Heather Knight
OVER 7.6: 50 up for India as Jemimah Rodrigues sweeps to deep square leg for a single
OVER 6.6: WICKET! Smriti Mandhana (34) mistimes a hit and gives a return catch to Sophie Ecclestone
OVER 4.6: FOUR! Smriti Mandhana gives herself room and hits over the covers for another four
OVER 3.4: SIX! Smriti Mandhana clears one leg and slams over mid-wicket for the first six of the match
OVER 3.1: Four! Smriti Mandhana paddle sweeps to fine leg for another boundary
OVER 2.6: Smriti Mandhana is dropped in the covers by Sophie Ecclestone
OVER2.5: Smriti Mandhana cuts to third man for four
OVER 1.4: First boundary for India as Smriti Mandhana cover drives for four
Smriti Mandhana and Taniya Bhatia open the innings for India.
TOSS: Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur wins toss, opts to bat against England in semi-final at North Sound in Antigua on Friday.
In a shock decision, the unbeaten Indians have not brought back their all-time record T20 runscorer Raj, instead choosing to retain the same team which defeated Australia in their final group game in Guyana five days earlier.
“It’s not about not selecting Mithali, it’s about keeping a winning combination,” skipper Harmanpreet Kaur said.
England also resisted the temptation to alter their side despite going down to the West Indies in a low-scoring encounter in St Lucia last Sunday, their first defeat of the tournament.
India: Harmanpreet Kaur (captain), Taniya Bhatia (wicketkeeper), Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Veda Krishnamurthy, Dayalan Hemalatha, Deepti Sharma, Arundhati Reddy, Radha Yadav, Anuja Patil, Poonam Yadav.
England: Heather Knight (captain), Dani Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones (wicketkeeper), Natalie Sciver, Lauren Winfield, Sophia Dunkley, Anya Shrubsole, Dani Hazell, Sophie Ecclestone, Kirstie Gordon.
Earlier, Australia dethroned the West Indies and booked a place in Saturday’s Women’s World Twenty20 final with a crushing 71-run victory in the first semi-final at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
Stunned by the Caribbean side in the 2016 final in Kolkata, the three-time champions were at their most ruthless to the dismay of a huge home crowd as they reached 142 for five batting first on a turgid pitch and then routed the West Indies for just 71 off 17.3 overs.
India ladies vs England women live Cricket score, ICC ladies’s T20 world Cup Semifinal: England beat India by eight wickets