The England Women
The England Women drew even after being made to follow on, while the Indian Women could only muster a draw.


The Indian women held their own against England, losing by a score of 2-2 after having to follow on.

Sneha Rana, who was the highest-scoring batter in the second innings, hit 80 not out.

Rana and Taniya Bhatia batted together for the ninth wicket for a continuous 144 runs.

The Indian women’s team was made to follow on after posting an 80-run second-innings total against hosts England, with number 8 batter Sneha Rana being the highest scorer with 80 not out.

The India-England women’s Test at Bristol ended in a draw on the final day, with the visitors coming back in their second innings after following on and scoring 344 for 8. India was forced to follow-on on Friday after conceding a 165-run first-innings lead to England. However, the visitors found themselves in a slump in the middle of their second innings, resulting in an uphill climb on the final day of the match. In the second innings, number 8 batter Sneha Rana had a score of 80 not out after hitting 154 balls.

England’s bowlers had difficulties against number 10 Taniya Bhatia (44 not out) and Rana (48 not out) as the pair made 144 runs, for the ninth wicket, during 30.4 overs.

gifted young person After scoring 96 in the first essay, Shafali Verma made 63 in the second innings to make a total of 121 in the essay.

As a debutant, Deepti Sharma recorded a 54 in the first innings, as well as a 29.

With two-second innings wickets remaining, India had a 179-run overall lead when the two teams decided to call the game at that point.

Once before, Indian women achieved a score of 243 for 8 at tea. The match got off to a dramatic start in the second session, as five wickets fell in quick succession, which meant that captain Mithali Raj (4) and Harmanpreet Kaur (8) were dismissed cheaply. While Punam Raut went for 39 off 104 deliveries, Shankar Shrestha went for 12 off 31.

The third-wicket partnership of 72 runs for the second wicket for Deepti Sharma and Punam Raut helped India restore parity after having to follow on from England on Friday.

The left-arm spinner, Sophie Ecclestone, took 4/118 wickets and 8/206 total in the match for an overall bowling performance of 8/206 for England.

Seven years have passed since India played their last Test match, with a convincing win over South Africa by an innings and 34 runs in Mysore.

Brief Scores:
England Women 1st innings: 396/9 decl
India Women: 231 and 344 for 8 in 121 overs (Sneh Rana 80 not out, Shafali Verma 63, Deepti Sharma 54; Sophie Ecclestone 4/118).

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