India women vs England women: Heather Knight says team did not play spin well in first ODI, need to work on building partnerships
Conceding that the team were unable to play spin well on Friday, Heather said the key was to play a couple of overs to gauge the turn and bounce.
India women vs England women: Ekta Bisht says coach WV Raman helps figure out and rectify weaknesses
Ekta Bisht, who finished with fine figures of four for 25 against the current world champions, also credited newly-appointed coach WV Raman, for her success.
India women vs England women: Ekta Bisht's four-for helps hosts beat Heather Knight and Co by 66 runs in first ODI
Bisht’s swift backthrow off her own delivery to run out Sciver for 44 triggered the collapse of England as the hosts folded for 136 in 41 overs.
India will play three ODIs in Mumbai starting 22 February, followed by three T20 Internationals in Guwahati from 4 March.
Women's World T20 2018: Middle-order, bowlers flunk in semi-final report card as Harmanpreet Kaur and Co end tournament on grim note
Here is our report card from the semi-final encounter of Women's World T20, where Harmanpreet Kaur-led Indian side came second best against a well-oiled England outfit.
Highlights, India vs England, Women's World T20 2018, 2nd Semi-final, Full Cricket Score: England hammer India by 8 wickets
India vs England, 2nd semi-final, LIVE score: That's it, England win after Jones hits the short ball over mid-on to complete her fifty and take her side into the final of the World T20.
Mark Robinson interview: England women's coach on problems besetting India, instilling fearlessness among players and more
Mark Robinson said: "You can’t just right the wrongs of lack of investment, lack of opportunity for so many years just like that. Suddenly you’re getting paid, but it doesn’t allow you to hit the ball better."
India Women vs England Women: Below-par hosts have themselves to blame for broadcaster losing interest
The India women team’s popularity in the World Cup had less to do with the TV coverage and more to do with the fact that the team did well.
After India spinners restricted England to a modest 201/9, opener Smriti Mandhana (53 retired-hurt), Mithali and Deepti Sharma (54 not-out) ensured that the hosts crossed the line with 4.4 overs to spare.
India Women vs England Women: Selection blunders, Harmanpreet Kaur's wretched form big bane for hosts in 2nd ODI
Harmanpreet is mistiming full tosses, and Veda Krishnamurthy has shown the kind of consistency that earned her the nickname (from this very author) ‘Dearth Veda’. The pair have now gone a total of 10 games without scoring a fifty.
India Women vs England Women: Smriti Mandhana's masterpiece saves hosts in 1st ODI, but tough questions persist
When the Indian middle order was under pressure, the intent to score deserted them, trapping them further in the slow nature of the wicket.
India Women vs England Women: Smriti Mandhana's fifty guides hosts to thrilling win in series opener
Smriti Mandhana cracked five fours and four sixes in her strokeful inning to anchor India's run chase after England set the hosts a modest 208-run for a 1 -0 lead.
Women's T20I Tri-series: Smriti Mandhana, spinners power India to 8-wicket consolation win over England
The game was a dead rubber as India have already been knocked out of the tournament after losing their first three games, two to Australia and one to England.
Women's T20I Tri-series: Harmanpreet Kaur needs to quickly get her act together to break one-knock wonder tag
Maybe people know by now, but just don’t want to accept, that Harmaqnpreet's 171* in the World Cup semi-final was epochal, less repeatable action sequence, and more flash of cinematic genius.
Opener Punam Raut was on Monday dropped from the 15-member Indian women's cricket team named for the upcoming four-match ODI series against England Women
Women's T20I Tri-series: Smriti Mandhana's change in technique has helped her be consistently aggressive
Smriri Mandhana's early aggression has taken India to powerplay scores of 47 and 52 in the first two games, with 66 percent of those runs coming off her bat.
Women's T20I Tri-series: Danielle Wyatt's century helps England crush India, register second successive win
Smriti Mandhana's 76 and Mithali Raj's 53 helped the Indians post a mammoth 198 for four in 20 overs, India's highest score in WT20Is.
Highlights India vs England, 3rd T20I at Mumbai, Women's Tri-nation series, Full Cricket Score: Visitors win by 7 wickets
If the 21-year-old Mandhana made the crowd jump in jubilation at the start of the innings, it was another 17-year-old in Vastrakar who ended the innings with a remarkable show. Four boundaries off the last over and more importantly, it took India to 198 for 4 in 20 overs.