The India opener said the performances put in by the bowling unit, led by Jhulan Goswami in the ODIs and one-off Test and by Shikha Pandey in the T20Is, was the biggest positive for the India women's cricket team in their recent multi-format series in Australia.
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India vs Australia, T20 World Cup warm-up match, Live Updates: Surykumar works a slower ball from Kane Richardson towards fine leg for a boundary with some deft wrist work, getting India closer to the target, before Hardik Pandya finishes off in style with a maximum straight down the ground three balls later! India hammer Australia by eight wickets with 13 balls to spare to make it two wins from as many practice games before their tournament opener against Pakistan this Sunday!
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India vs Australia: Smriti Mandhana’s unbeaten 80 helps visitors dominate rain-hit Day 1 of pink-ball Test
India reached 132/1 at close of play with Mandhana unbeaten on 80 as inclement weather at Gold Coast washed out most of the second and the entirety of the third session on Day 1.
The two teams last played a Test in Adelaide in 2006 when Australia won convincingly. The BCCI and Cricket Australia wish to slot in a Test in the full series they play going forward.
India vs Australia: Mithali Raj 'quite curious' to see how pink ball behaves ahead of maiden day-night Test
With the 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Australia and ODI series to follow, the team has got very little time to prepare for the Test, beginning at the Carrara Oval in Gold Coast on Thursday.
India vs Australia: Smriti Mandhana plays down controversy around waist-high no-ball, says 'very hard to judge'
Mandhana, who made a 94-ball 86 to help India post 274 for 7 in 50 overs, said she was happy to be back among the runs.
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India has reduced Australia to 52/4 inside 16 overs but Mooney, with an unbeaten 125, stunned the visitors in the third-highest chase of all-time in women's cricket by knocking off a target of 275.
India vs Australia: Ellyse Perry sees 'more opportunity' to shine with ball amidst hosts' pacer crisis
India's tour of Australia begins with the opening ODI at the Great Barrier Reef Arena in Mackay on 21 September and concludes with the third and final T20I at the Metricon Stadium in Gold Coast on 10 October.
A BCCI official said that rooms in Brisbane, in which the Indian women's cricket team players are spending 14-day hard quarantine, are too small with players somehow managing to do light training.
Another notable absentee from the 18-member squad is Belinda Vakarewa, who is also skipping the series due to personal reasons.
Though the squads for the full-fledged tour are yet to be announced, around 30 cricketers have been asked to reach Bengaluru by Tuesday evening. The players will start training after a six-day quarantine.
India vs Australia: Hosts captain Tim Paine fined 15 percent of match fee for disagreeing with umpire's decision
The incident occurred in the 56th over of India's first innings on Saturday when Paine criticized the umpire's decision following an unsuccessful DRS review against Cheteshwar Pujara.
Cricket Australia said the matches will be postponed until "next season," which would likely be 2022, and that three Twenty20 matches would be added to the tour.
India vs Australia: 'Absolutely no stress', Pat Cummins says hosts confident batsmen will regain form in last two Tests
Cummins parried talk of crisis and said batters like Steve Smith — who has managed just 10 runs in the first two games — would rediscover their touch.
Paine said Warner's recovery is on track and there is a strong possibility of him featuring in the third Test, starting on 7 January in Sydney.
Umesh, 33, seemed to have injured his knee while bowling his fourth over which was the eighth of the Australian second innings. He had dismissed opener, Joe Burns, with a peach of a delivery in only his second over earlier.
Uncertainty looms over the New Year's Test being held at the SCG from 7 January because of stricter quarantine rules set by Queensland, the host of the fourth Test, for people arriving from Sydney due to the surge in COVID-19 cases there.
India vs Australia: Ajinkya Rahane says focus is not on him but on how visitors 'want to do well as a team'
Young opener Shubman Gill will make his debut in the second Test and Ajinkya Rahane said he wants to give him and Mayank Agarwal freedom and not put them under undue pressure.