IND W vs ENG W: Indian women’s first innings reduced to 231, England follow-on

The Indian women’s team scored 231 runs in the first innings on the third day of the one-day international against England on Friday. For this reason he was compelled to follow. England scored 396 for nine in their first innings. India are 165 runs behind them in the first innings.

Opener Shefali Verma scored 96 and Smriti Mandhana scored 78. Apart from these two, Deepthi Sharma added 29 and Pooja Vastrakar 12 not out. England bowler Sophie Ecclestone took four and Heather Knight took two. In the debut, Shefali hit 13 fours and two sixes in 96 of 152 balls. The effect of Shefali’s dismissal affected the concentration of memory, and shortly afterwards she caught Catherine Brunt on Natalie Shiver’s ball. Smriti struck 14 boundaries in his 78 off 155 balls.

Earlier, 10th batsman Other Shrubsole (47) helped England to 6 for 269, with Sofia Dunkley’s not out 74 and 70 for the ninth wicket. He scored 396 for nine. For India, Sneh Rana was 4 for 151 in 39.2 overs and Deepti Sharma was 3 for 65 in 27 overs, Pooja Vastrakar (1 for 53 in 14 overs) and Jhulan Goswami (1 for 58 in 21 overs). Got a wicket.

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