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In the third T20I, England women beat India women with 8 wickets to take the series 2-1.


England women beat Indian women by eight wickets on Wednesday’s 3rd T20I

The women of England won the three-game series 2-1

Danni Wyatt scored half a century to guide the hosts.

Danni Wyatt hammered an unexpected 89 balls in only 56 to cover Smriti Mandhana’s exquisite 70 with the British women claiming a comfortable eight-wrap win over India Women in the third T20I to finish the series 2-1.

Opener Danni Wyatt struck an unbeatable 89 out of 56 balls to overlook an exquisite 70 by Smriti Mandhana, with England claiming an easy eight-wire victory over Indian Women in the third T20 International to finish the 2-1 series. The Indian women under Mithali Raj and Harman Preet Kaur lost the three-game WODI series by the same margin and now lost four successive white ball series with two women home against South Africa.

The series was set to 1-1 with Indian vice-captain Mandhana at her graceful best during a 51-ball knock of 8 4 and 2 6.

She tugged pacers mercilessly and played exquisite spins inside, accumulating sixty-eight runs with skipper Harmanpreet (36 of 26 balls) and looking in some way.

Young Richa Ghosh struck four limits in her 13-ball-20 towards the finish, taking the score to a 150-run mark.

While India defended 148 in the previous game, Wyatt, who shattered twelve limits and six, took their spinners to the task.

She got great support from ICC’s No.1 classification Nat Sciver, who chipped in with a 42 from 36 balls after bowling economically in order to take 1 to 16 out of four.

The evening was nevertheless for Wyatt, who just destroyed Radha Yadav (0/37 in 4 overheads) and Poonam Yadav (0/32 in 4 overheads).

Indeed, Wyatt emerged out of her hollow to offset Poonam’s slow, loopy transportation across the park. The chase was turned into a cake after 18.4 hours.

The double series loss after the defeat in South Africa was a huge reversal for the Women’s squad, which will play in New Zealand at the beginning of the next year.

They will then visit Australia and the tour also involves their first day-night Test.

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