India vs West Indies in ICC Women's World Cup 2022 Highlights: India Women win by 155 runs
India Women have registered an emphatic win against West Indies Women by 155 runs.
WI 120/4 after 20 overs Even after enduring a fine start, Windies women saw wickets tumble in quick succession as they lost four wickets in the last ten overs. Sneh Rana removed Deandra Dottin and Hayley Matthews and brought the tides in India's favor.
WI 81/0 after 10 overs West Indies women are off to a fine start in their chase of 318 runs. Deandra Dottin has scored the fifty while Hayley Matthews is also lending crucial support from the other end. India women bowlers are trying hard to get a breakthrough.
West Indies women need 318 runs to win from 50 overs.
IND 282/4 after 45 overs A bit of drop for India as the Mandhana departs at 123. Richa Ghosh joins in-form batter Harmanpreet Kaur on the crease and it will be worth seeing if India go past 300.
IND 233/3 after 40 overs Terrific knock from Smriti Mandhana as she smashes her 5th ODI century and it has come at the perfect time for the team. The left-handed batter patiently converted her fifty into 100. Her resilient batting has paid off and together with Harmanpreet she has gone past 150-run partnership.
IND 190/3 after 35 overs Mandhana and Harmanpreet are going their merry way and swelling up the partnership between them. The duo looks well set, is well set, and is going the merry way to score runs.
100 run partnership has come up between Mandhana and Harmanpreet. The duo has brought India out of the choppy water and are driving the women in blue.
West Indies Women: Deandra Dottin, Hayley Matthews, Kycia Knight, Stafanie Taylor(c), Shemaine Campbelle(w), Chedean Nation, Chinelle Henry, Aaliyah Alleyne, Shamilia Connell, Anisa Mohammed, Shakera Selman
Stefanie Taylor: We would have had a bat as well. We are feeling good about the wins and still have a long way to go. Everyone is different and we are West Indies and we love that flair. We are taking each game as it comes. The team remains the same.
Mithali Raj: We will have a bat, it's the same strip we played the other day, it could slow down in the second half and that's why we chose to bat. We are looking forward to put total that we can defend. We need to improve as a batting unit and it's a fresh start today. We know the wicket is the same from our last game and it's on the slower side. Same team for us.
India Women have won the toss and have opted to bat.
Indian women have arrived at Seddon Park, Hamilton for their game against West Indies.