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Jonassen, Bolton rout Mithali-less India Women

Jonassen, Bolton rout Mithali-less India Women

India's Harmanpreet Kaur plays a shot during the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 semi-final between Australia and India at County Ground in Derby, England.

Indian women cricket team led by Mithali Raj will be high on confidence, with their rare double series win over South Africa in the recently concluded ODI and T20I series in the rainbow nation, when they will face the strongest women cricket team of Australia for the upcoming three-match One Day International series.

Jonassen picked up four wickets, including both Vastrakar and Sushma, whereas Wellington chipped in with three wickets of her own.

The Australian team has welcomed back their talisman skipper Meg Lanning after a seven-month injury lay off. Australian women's chase down the target set by Indian women's.

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While the spinners were among the wickets, Nicola Carey, the debutant pacer, was economical, conceding just 28 runs in her 10 overs. But happy that the lower middle-order batted well. Had they held on to their chances, Meg Lanning's side could have restricted the hosts to a much lower score. Catch Live Cricket Score India vs Australia Women's 1st ODI. India have won the toss and elected to bat against Australia.

Poonam Raut and Smriti Mandhana got India off to a bright start with a flurry of boundaries, but the spinners pegged them back.

That India could scramble to 200 after being reduced to 113 for 7 was down to Vastrakar's freewheeling approach, coupled with Verma's defiant 71-ball 41, that bettered her worldwide top-score of 33 that came in a similar situation in the World Cup past year, against Pakistan. Having come in at No. 9, she capitalised on the two reprieves - dropped on 14 by Lanning at mid-off and on 19 by Perry at midwicket - and lofted left-arm spinner Jonassen over the covers, drove Shutt and Perry straight down the track, and launched Gardner for six over the mid-wicket fence with a slog sweep. The pair's 93-ball stand injected further sloppiness in the Australia fielding unit.


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