ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: India’s four spinners ploy, more games needed for Thailand, and other takeaways from league stages
From more matches needed for Thailand and Bangladesh to the ploy of playing four spinners in Australia, we look at some takeaways from the league stages of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Nat Sciver's composed half-century sees England ease past West Indies into semi-finals
All-rounder Sciver picked up from where she had left off in the last game to score her third half-century of the tournament and help England post 143 for five on a tricky pitch
India Women vs West Indies Women: Windies captain Stafanie Taylor ruled out of ongoing T20I series due to ligament injury
In Stafanie Taylor's absence, Anisa Mohammed will lead West Indies in the remainder of the series, while Shemaine Campbelle will be the vice-captain.
India women vs West Indies women: All-rounder Shakera Selman returns to hosts' T20I squad for five-match series
Selman missed the recently-concluded ODI series as an injury precaution to ensure full fitness and availability for the T20I series, West Indies Cricket said in statement. The 30-year-old Selman has played 74 T20 Internationals for the Caribbean side and is primarily a medium-pacer.
India women vs West Indies women: Hosts announce 14-member squad ahead of India's visit for ODI, T20I series
West Indies will be bolstered by the return of the experienced duo, both of whom last made an ODI appearance in the three-match series against England in June. They missed the following home series against Australia through injury
Jhulan said the process has begun and the upcoming series against England, Australia and Asia Cup will provide ample opportunities to sharpen their skills.
While women’s cricket in Australia is on a high, a win would mean perhaps even more to the West Indies.
New Zealand lost to the West Indies by 48 runs and the captain said the defeat was disappointing as it was like a semi-final clash.