Australia Women Vs India Women LIVE SCORE (test)

Australia Women Vs India Women At Carrara Oval, Carrara, 30 September, 2021

30 September, 2021
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

377/8 (145.0 ov)

135/3 (37.0 ov)

One-off Test

241/9 (96.4 ov)

36/2 (15.0 ov)

Australia Women drew with India Women

India Women Australia Women
377/8 (145.0 ov) - R/R 2.6 241/9 (96.4 ov) - R/R 2.49
135/3 (37.0 ov) - R/R 3.65 36/2 (15.0 ov) - R/R 2.4

Match Ended

Australia Women drew with India Women

This Over
Batting Status R B 4s 6s
Meg Lanning (C) not out 17 43 2 0
Ellyse Perry not out 1 14 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Pooja Vastrakar 5 1 13 1
Current Partnership Last Wicket 28/2 (9.5)

8 (8) R/R: 1.54

Ellyse Perry 1(14)

Beth Mooney 11(28) S.R (39.28)

c Rajeshwari Gayakwad b Pooja Vastrakar
Highlights, Australia Women vs India Women pink-ball Test, Full cricket Score: Mithali and Co's day-night debut ends in a draw

Highlights, Australia Women vs India Women pink-ball Test, Full cricket Score: Mithali and Co's day-night debut ends in a draw

Australia Women Vs India Women, pink-ball Test Live Cricket Score Updates: Follow this space for the latest update on the fourth day of the one-off pink-ball Test between Australia and India.

17:04 (IST)

That brings us to the end of our coverage of the pink-ball Test between Australia and India at the Metricon Stadium in Gold Coast, a game that turned out to be a memorable one with Smriti Mandhana cracking her maiden Test ton with a dazzling 127, Jhulan Goswami once again showing age is just a number with another standout effort with the ball. And credit to Ellyse Perry too for her fighting 68 not out today that helped the Aussies avoid the follow-one — which could have made the task of pulling off a victory easier for the visitors.

We have a three day break in the ongoing series before the two teams lock horns in the first of the three T20Is on Thursday at the same venue. They will of course be missing the veteran duo of Raj and Goswami as Harmanpreet Kaur takes over the reigns of the team for the shortest format. With the series at 6-4 in favour of the hosts, the Indians will be hoping to turn things around in the T20Is to try and secure a win in the multi-format series.

For now, it's time for us to bid you all goodbye!

16:59 (IST)

India can certainly hold their heads high

16:58 (IST)

The two legends having a chat at the end of the game

16:56 (IST)

Meg Lanning, Australia captain: I think without the weather, we definitely would have got a result. Tough little session for us there in the backend. India played really well and put us on the back foot. They ran in hard and gave their all

16:55 (IST)

Mithali Raj, India skipper: Overall the team played very well in this format. Lost a lot of overs due to rain, but we tried to make a game out of the two days that we have. Jhulan has always been my best bowler for so many years, and we got to see why. We do have couple of young seamers who did well in the one-dayers, and I thought of playing them. I was impressed with Yastika and Richa in this series. I’m sure she’ll (Harmanpreet) take the field in the T20 format.

16:54 (IST)

Smriti Mandhana is the Player of the Match for her 127 in the first innings!

Mandhana: I haven’t still got time yet to rank it yet, but definitely top three (the first innings ton) as it was the first time we’re playing a day-night Test. I think that was the most sleepless night I ever had (after Day 1). Definitely happy I passed the 80-90 mark and got to three-figure mark. Definitely Test cricket is the top-most as a player. We don’t have much time this series. Just three days now. I had a slight hit out today in T20 fashion.

16:44 (IST)

After 15 overs,Australia Women 36/2 ( Meg Lanning (C) 17 , Ellyse Perry 1)


Maiden for Gayakwad, with the umpire calling for drinks at the end of the over. And the two captains decide to shake hands as the landmark pink-ball Test ends in a draw.

Lanning had started walking towards Raj as soon as the umpire signalled drinks at the end of the over, and after a brief chat, the two decided there's no point playing out the remaining 17 overs any further.

End of what turned out to be quite the memorable pink-ball debut for Team India, one that they dominated for the most part both with bat and ball. Mithali and Co will certainly return to their hotel thinking they could've collected all four points on offer if weather hadn't played spoilsport in the first two days.

16:39 (IST)

After 14 overs,Australia Women 36/2 ( Meg Lanning (C) 17 , Ellyse Perry 1)


Vastrakar continues from the other end. Collects her first maiden as Lanning blocks her way through. The Aussie skipper cuts in the last delivery, but is intercepted at point.

16:32 (IST)

After 13 overs,Australia Women 36/2 ( Meg Lanning (C) 17 , Ellyse Perry 1)


Spin brought into play for the first time with Rajeshwari Gayakwad replacing Goswami. Loud LBW appeal against Perry first ball, but the umpire shakes his head. Perhaps impact outside off? Pez gets off the mark with a single off the third ball. Lanning runs the ball towards midwicket for a solitary run two balls later. Two from the over.

16:29 (IST)

After 12 overs,Australia Women 34/2 ( Meg Lanning (C) 16 , Ellyse Perry 0)


FOUR! Lanning collects an easy boundary on offer, pulling a short ball from Vastrakar in front of square towards the vacant midwicket fence. Four off the over. Perry yet to get off the mark, with another 20 overs left to be bowled today.

Highlights

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Highlights, Australia Women vs India Women pink-ball Test, Full cricket Score: Mithali and Co's day-night debut ends in a draw

Australia captain Meg Lanning (L) and India's skipper Mithali Raj (R) before the pink-ball Test. Image: Twitter/CricketComAu

Australia Women Vs India Women, pink-ball Test Live Cricket Score Updates: Follow this space for the latest update on the fourth day of the one-off pink-ball Test between Australia and India.

Day 3 report: The third day of the one-off Test match being played in Gold Coast between Australia and India was dominated by the visitors. A solid performance was put up the batters as they declared the first innings on 377/8, with Smriti Mandhana (127) top-scoring for them while Deepti Sharma struck an impressive 66.

Replying to India's 377 for eight, Australia reached 143 for 4 in their first innings at stumps on the third day of the rain-marred women's day/night Test against India.

Australia captain Meg Lanning and her India counterpart Mithali Raj pose at the Metricon Stadium ahead of the one-off pink-ball Test. Image credit: Twitter/@BCCIWomen

Australia captain Meg Lanning and her India counterpart Mithali Raj pose at the Metricon Stadium ahead of the one-off pink-ball Test. Image credit: Twitter/@BCCIWomen

After a good show from the batters, it was time for the bowlers to shine and Jhulan Goswami led the charge. She cleaned up Beth Mooney (4) early on and then returned to pick up the wicket of other Australian opener Alyssa Healy (29).

Pooja Vastrakar then removed the Australian captain Meg Lanning (38) with a terrific inswinger. However, the replays showed that there was a big inside edge on to the pads. But in real time, the umpire could not spot it and she was adjudged out LBW. That sparked a debate for the need of DRS in women's games as well.

Vastrakar did not stop there and came back to remove Tahlia McGrath (28). Australia at this stage were struggling to get going at 119/4. Then Elysse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner formed a little partnership till the end of the day to steady the ship for hosts.

Perry and Gardner were batting on 27 and 13 respectively at stumps.

Australia currently trail by 234 runs.

Brief Scores:

India Women: 377 for 8 declared in 145 overs (Smriti Mandhana 127, Deepti Sharma 66; Sophie Molineux 2/45, Stella Campbell 2/47, Ellyse Perry 2/76).

Australia Women: 143 for 4 in 60 overs (Meg Lanning 38, Jhulan Goswami 2/27, Pooja Vastrakar 2/31).

With inputs from PTI

Updated Date: October 03, 2021 17:10:25 IST

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