IND Vs ENG Women: Shefali Verma once again gave the Indian women’s team a great start to play the sequel. If Shefali Verma manages to play a big set on day four, then the threat of defeat hanging over India can be ruled out.
IND Vs ENG Women: Day three of the unique test between the Indian Women’s Cricket Team and England was affected by rain. At the end of the third day of play, India scored 83 points in the second inning for the loss of a wicket. However, India are still 82 points behind England based on the opening rounds. Shefali Verma, however, went undefeated on 55 while continuing her stellar performance in the second inning as well.
England declared their first innings on day two after scoring 396 for nine. India’s opening innings were beaten to 231 in the opening session today, giving England a massive 165-point lead. After which he forced India to play the follow-up.
After the first session, the match had to be interrupted for a while due to the rain. Although the match resumed but after tea time the match was again interrupted due to rain and the game of the third day had to be prematurely stopped.
Until the stumps, Shafali Verma 55 runs 68 balls using 11 ovens and Deepti Sharma 18 runs 66 balls using two ovens are present at the fold. Katherine Brunt has a wicket for England so far. The Indian team, facing the suite, got their first shot in the form of Smriti Mandhana (8).
Indian sleeves could not survive the third day
Earlier, the Indian team started today the opening innings at 187 for five with Harmanpreet Kaur four and Deepti leading the innings without opening an account. However, Harmanpreet (4) lost his wicket on the score of runs.
After that, the team also lost the wickets to Tania Bhatia (0) and Sneh Rana (2). While Pooja Vastrakar did some good hitting with Deepti, she also returned to the flag after a while after scoring 12 runs on 33 balls using three fours. Shortly after, Jhulan Goswami (1) was fired as the last batsman while Deepti went undefeated on 29 of 73 balls using four fours.
For England, Sophie Ecclestone took four wickets and Captain Heather Knight took two, while Katherine, Anya Shrubsole, Natalie Sciver and Katie Cross got one wicket each.