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Indian women battle to stay in series

[ad_1] The Indian women’s cricket team desperately needs its top order to strike form and its bowlers to show some spark against an in-form Australia in the second One-Day International here on Friday. Australia won the opening match of the...

Batting Coach Shiv Sundar Das backs India to fire

[ad_1] India’s batting may not have clicked in the opening women’s ODI against a rampaging Australia, but batting coach Shiv Sundar Das is hopeful of a better show in the second match at Mackay on Friday.He expressed faith in India’s...

Mithali Raj expects more from openers, spinners

[ad_1] Mithali Raj made her fifth consecutive fifty in ODIs on Tuesday, but that wasn’t enough to stop Australia’s stunning streak of wins. After losing the first of the three matches in the ODI series at Mackay, rather comprehensively, the...

Australia steamrollers an off-colour India

[ad_1] Haynes, Healy and Lanning’s half-centuries make it a no contest; Mithali’s in vain India’s frailties in the batting and bowling department were laid bare as the mighty Australia gave the visitors a nine-wicket hiding in the first women’s ODI...

India Captain Mithali Raj Achieves Another Milestone in First ODI vs Australia

[ad_1] Mithali (61 of 107) smashed her 59th half-century, while the other significant contributions came from debutants Yastika Bhatia (35 off 51) and debutant Richa Ghosh (32 not out off 29) in the first ODI.For India however, the batting woes...

Tough test for Mithali Raj and Co

[ad_1] TEAM NEWS: Australia XI: Rachael Haynes, Alyssa Healy (wk), Meg Lanning (c), Ellyse Perry, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Tahlia McGrath, Sophie Molineux, Georgia Wareham, Hannah Darlington, Darcie BrownIndia XI: Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Yastika Bhatia, Mithali Raj (c), Deepti Sharma, Richa Ghosh...

Playing best team is best preparation for World Cup: Mithali

[ad_1] Australia’s women cricketers are on an unprecedented winning streak. They have won their last 24 ODIs in a row, beating the game’s international record set in 2003 by the Australian men’s team (21 wins). Mithali Raj said on Monday,...