ICC Women’s World Cup, India vs West Indies, Live Cricket Score, Live Updates: Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur Centuries Put India On Top


India Women vs West Indies Women, ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, Live Score Updates: Opener Smriti Mandhana (123 runs off 119 balls) and Harmanpreet Kaur scored splendid hundreds and bailed India out of trouble with a superb fourth wicket partnership. Earlier, India lost three quick wickets after skipper Mithali Raj opted to bat on winning the toss against Stafanie Taylor-led West Indies in Match 10 of the ongoing ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup at the Seddon Park in Hamilton, on Saturday. Mithali has gone in with the same team, which means youngster Shefali Verma will warm the bench again. India will be aiming to bounce back to winning ways after losing their second league stage fixture to New Zealand by a huge margin, after defeating Pakistan in their opener. India had a poor batting display against the White Ferns, losing by 62 runs. The likes of Smriti Mandhana and Deepti Sharma will be hoping to improve their performance in the next match. Meanwhile, West Indies have won both their matches, registering wins against New Zealand and England. With two points at stake, both sides will be aiming for a win in Hamilton. (LIVE SCORECARD)

India Women (Playing XI): Yastika Bhatia, Smriti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma, Mithali Raj(c), Harmanpreet Kaur, Richa Ghosh(w), Sneh Rana, Pooja Vastrakar, Jhulan Goswami, Meghna Singh, Rajeshwari Gayakwad

Mithali Raj at the toss, “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.”

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West Indies Women (Playing XI): Deandra Dottin, Hayley Matthews, Kycia Knight, Stafanie Taylor(c), Shemaine Campbelle(w), Chedean Nation, Chinelle Henry, Aaliyah Alleyne, Shamilia Connell, Anisa Mohammed, Shakera Selman

Stafanie Taylor at the toss, “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.”

India Women vs West Indies Women, ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, League Stage Live Score Updates Seddon Park, Hamilton







  • 09:52 (IST)

    Wicket – Richa Ghosh is dismissed for 5 runs as India are 5 down now

    Soon after Harmanpreet’s century, Richa Ghosh is run-out for 5 runs

    IND-W 290/5 after 46.2 overs

  • 09:50 (IST)

    Centry – Harmanpreet scored a spectacular ton

    Harmanpreet Kaur, India’s vice-captain, scores a brilliant century – Her 4th in ODI cricket

    IND-W 289/4 after 46.1 overs

  • 09:28 (IST)

    Wicket – Mandhana finally departs for 123 runs off 119 balls

    Mandhana has been finally dismissed after scoring 123 brilliant runs off just 119 runs

    Richa Ghosh joins Harmanpreet Kaur in the middle

    IND-W 262/4 after 42.3 overs

  • 09:21 (IST)

    Three back-to-back fours for Smriti Mandhana

    Mandhana hits three consecutive fours off spinner Matthews to get India going

    IND-W 255/3 after 41.3 overs

  • 09:20 (IST)

    Six – Kaur finishes the over with a huge six

    Harmanpreet is looking extremely dangerous now as she takes on the pacer for a huge six

    IND-W 243/3 after 41 overs

  • 09:19 (IST)

    Century – Smriti Mandhana completes her fifth ODI ton

    A spectacular effort from Mandhana helps her reach her 5th ODI ton

    India on track for a big total

    IND-W 229/3 after 39.2 overs

  • 08:57 (IST)

    Fifty – Harmanpreet Kaur completes the mid-century

    Indian deputy Harmanpreet Kaur hits a superb four to complete her half-century as India on track after loss of quick wickets

    IND-W 182/3 after 33 overs

  • 08:42 (IST)

    Four – Harmanpreet Kaur sweeps Taylor for a confident boundary

    Kaur is dictating terms in the middle as she reaches 44 runs off 56 balls and is inching closer towards a well-deserved fifty

    IND-W 170/3 after 32.1 overs

  • 08:21 (IST)

    50 – Fifty for Smriti Mandhana

    Smriti Mandhana is continuing on the good work in this tournament with another fifty

    IND-W 143/3 after 26.5 overs

  • 08:03 (IST)

    India recovering well through Smriti and Harmanpreet in the middle-overs

    Mandhana is slowly but surely inching closer towards her half-century as she gets ample support from Harmanpreet

    IND-W 115/3 after 23 overs

  • 07:51 (IST)

    Four – Kaur collects a crucial boundary in the over

    Kaur dances down the pitch and times the ball perfectly to collect four through the midd-off region

    IND-W 98/3 after 19.3 overs

  • 07:46 (IST)

    Four – Kaur cuts superbly past Dottin to gather 4 runs

    Harmanpreet has continued where she left off in the last match against NZ Women

    She cuts a short ball outside off-stump for a superb four

    IND-W 90/3 after 17.5 overs

  • 07:44 (IST)

    India looking towards Kaur and Mandhana to bail them out

    Mandhana and Kaur need to string together a big partnership and take the game deep in order to post a big total towards the end

    WI bowlers, on the other hand, are bowling tight lines and lengths and giving nothing away

    IND-W 85/3 after 17 overs

  • 07:38 (IST)

    Wicket – Deepti Sharma departs for 15 runs, India in a spot of bother

    Looks like India have lost the plot as Deepti Sharma departs for 15 runs

    All hopes as pinned to Mandhana and Harmanpreet now

    IND-W 78/3 after 13.5 overs

  • 07:21 (IST)

    Wicket – Skipper Mithali Raj has departed as WI bowlers make inroads

    India are suddenly on the backfoot with Mithali Raj’s wicket

    Hayley Matthews gets the all-important wicket of Raj as India lose two wickets in quick succession

    IND-W 58/2 after 9.3 overs

  • 07:07 (IST)

    India skipper Mithali Raj is in the middle

    It’s a huge day for Raj as she scripts a massive record of most appearances as captain in Women’s World Cup history, going past former Australian women’s team captain Belinda Clark, who had captained in 23 matches

    So far, Mithali has captained India in 23 World Cup matches, bagging 14 wins, eight wins and one no result

  • 07:01 (IST)

    Wicket – Yastika departs after providing a bright start

    Yastika Bhatia has finally departed after stealing the show with attacking batting right from the start of the innings

    Shakera Selman removed the batter on a personal score of 31 runs off 21 balls

    IND-W 49/1 after 6.3 overs

  • 06:50 (IST)

    Two back to back fours by Yastika

    A fearless Yastika is striking the ball splendidly as she hits two back-to-back fours off Connell

    India off to a quick start here

    IND-W 41/0 after 5 overs

  • 06:47 (IST)

    India off to a brilliant start against West Indies bowlers

    Yastika has taken the match by storm as she has raced to 26 runs off just 14 balls

    Mandhana is playing intelligently and is rotating the strike well

    IND-W 26/0 after 4 overs

  • 06:37 (IST)

    Four – Yastika is looking in some mood here, scores another boundary

    Yastika Bhatia has started off on a positive note here

    Three boundaries inside the first two overs

    IND-W 15/0 after 1.3 overs

  • 06:34 (IST)

    Match Begins – Indian openers are in the middle

    Indian openers Smriti Mandhana and Yastika Bhatia are in the middle

    Pacer Shamilia Connell begins proceedings for West Indies

    Decent start as Inda gather six runs off the first over

    IND-W 6/0 after 1 over

  • 06:31 (IST)

    Here’s what the captains had to say at the toss

    Captains at the toss

    Mithali Raj at the toss, “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.”

    Stafanie Taylor at the toss, “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.”

  • 06:30 (IST)

    Playing XI for both teams

    Mithali has gone in with the same team, which means youngster Shefali Verma will warm the bench again

    India Women (Playing XI): Yastika Bhatia, Smriti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma, Mithali Raj(c), Harmanpreet Kaur, Richa Ghosh(w), Sneh Rana, Pooja Vastrakar, Jhulan Goswami, Meghna Singh, Rajeshwari Gayakwad

    West Indies Women (Playing XI): Deandra Dottin, Hayley Matthews, Kycia Knight, Stafanie Taylor(c), Shemaine Campbelle(w), Chedean Nation, Chinelle Henry, Aaliyah Alleyne, Shamilia Connell, Anisa Mohammed, Shakera Selman

  • 06:15 (IST)

    Toss: India Captain Mithali Raj Wins Toss, Opts To Bat vs WI

    India captain Mithali Raj has opted to bat after winning the toss against West Indies

  • 06:00 (IST)

    Hello and welcome to Match 10 between India Women and West Indies Women

    Hello and welcome to Match 10 of the ongoing 2022 Women’s World Cup between West Indies Women and India Women in Hamilton

    Both sides started off their campaign in fine fashion with victories but only the Windies went on to win both their opening encounters

    The Stafanie Taylor led side is showing some great grit and determination to pull off upset after upset and with another victory here, they could be well on course of qualifying for the semi-finals

    A couple of individuals have certainly performed exceptionally well but as a team, they seem to have a certain cohesiveness that helps them in pressure situations

    Hayley Matthews continues to impress with both the bat and the ball and the experienced players like the skipper Taylor, Deandra Dottin and Anisa Mohammed stepped up at the right moment to clinch victory against England last time around

    Well, it’s been a mixed bag of a start from India and after that thumping victory over rivals Pakistan, one would have expected a much better performance against the hosts

    Instead, they succumbed to a fifth defeat in 6 matches in less than a month to the same opposition

    Shafali Verma was left out of the playing XI but that didn’t solve India’s top order woes and the bowling was a bit below par as well

    Pooja Vastrakar though was impressive and the biggest positive for India was Harmanpreet Kaur having a solid outing with the bat, which gives that middle order a substantial boost

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