CM – Australia Women vs India Women, Women’s 1st T20I Live Score IND: 131/4 – Jemimah misses fifty as rain stops Indian innings, goal to be confirmed


Jemimah Rodrigues is missing a brilliant half century as India firmly holds the first T20I against Australia in Carrara. – Getty Images

Hello and welcome to Sports Stars’ live coverage of the first T20I between Australian women and Indian women in Carrara. These are Lavanya Lakshminarayanan and Netra V who are bringing you all updates out of the game. LIVE: IND 131/4 – playback stopped due to rain at 4:20 p.m. IST: The wait continues. This is what the rain looked like in the Metricon about 25 minutes ago. Spoilsport.
#AUSvIND – Adam Burnett (@ AdamBurnett09) October 7, 2021
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Scenario: Every T20I win is worth two points. If India wins it will be tied with Australia and open this series wide open. If Australia wins, India will have a hard time pulling the streak in the next two games. 4:10 p.m. IST: 20 odd minutes until the required resume time. If your prayers are working, how about hoping for no washout? That would be a shame after the start we had here today.

3:55 pm IS: An update from the ground: India’s innings have been completed due to rain. Australia will start their innings when play can resume and available overs are confirmed. The game must resume in minutes at 4:36 PM IST for Australia to complete the five or more overs required for a result. 3:50 p.m. IST: It is not yet known when the game will resume. The local Cricket Australia staff tweeted that it was going to be harder (sigh). The outside field may be damp, but the ghosts are not. Case in point – Stella Campbell.

Always on. # AUSvIND— (@cricketcomau) October 7, 2021
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UPDATE: Constant rain has halted the case in Carrara. Jemimah is missing a brilliant half century as India crosses with 13 1/4 in 15.2 overs. Let’s briefly summarize what has happened in the game so far. SUMMARY: Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Verma got India off to a brisk start with 31 runs on the board in the first three and a half overs. Ash Gardner attacked and removed the two preluders within four balls. Harmanpreet, who starred in the series for the first time, was quickly sacked, but Jemimah Rodrigues and Yastika Bhatia (on debut) formed a 51-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Jemimah, who brought her form from The Hundred, became the youngest player to cross 1,000 T20I runs. Jemi and Richa Ghosh are currently standing well and truly in India’s court with the game – 131 runs on the board and five overs to go. How much do you think India will make today? More on Jemimah’s cracking 1000 T20I run milestone:
Jemimah Rodrigues is the youngest player to reach 1000 runs in T20Is

131/4 in 15.2 overs – Georgia Wareham barely gets two balls in their second over before the rain stops the game. Jemimah is on 49 *. What a time to pause the game, Australian weather! RAIN STOP PLAYING

IND: 130/4 (15 overs) – Eight runs come from this Vlaemnick Over. Tay Vlaemnick is not exactly the friendliest welcome the Indians give. Still, Tay was consistently fast, with the transmitter’s speedometer not working at one point. 120 speeds from Tay. It can only get better in the future.

IND 122/4 (14 overs) – Another debutante Tahlia McGrath is attacking now, but this over belongs ONLY to Richa Ghosh. Three boundaries – first down Midwicket and the other two around the third man area. McGrath vacillates between length and fuller deliveries, but nothing works with Ghosh.

IND 108/4 (13 overs) – Oh before the milestone, we’ll have a wicket here. Wareham attacks and strikes immediately. Yastika hid with Vlaemnick for a long time. Richa Ghosh is the new batter. Partnership worth 51 runs broken by the Aussies and only conceded two runs. Well done Wareham and Australia! WICKET: Yastika Bhatia c Vlaeminck b Wareham 15 (15b 2×4 0x6)

IND 106/3 (12 overs) – Carey returns. If you missed Jemimah in The Hundred, we’re getting an encore here today. Immediately start a square cut for four. She punishes another big Deliery and smashes him again for a four. Jemimah rose to 42 out of 30. Can she end this half century and emphatically announce her return to this page?

IND 96/3 (11 overs) – Gardner returns. Oh, a close shave for India. EXECUTION RISK. After coming down the field of play, Yastika loses her bat when she tries to return to her field of play. Healy misses the bull’s eye and the Indian couple runs off. Heart in the mouth for everyone around the field. But Jemi is unimpressed. She goes third for a four. Bhatia also opens and sweeps to a fine leg for a border. 11 run from above. Jemi in shape is * Kochkuss *

IND 85/3 (10 overs) – Hannah Darlington is coming to throw her first over in international T20s. No mercy from Jemi as she sends off the first ball to the middle for four. She gets a second border the same way, knocking off the milestone of the 1000 T20I run in the process, Jemi. She is the youngest player to reach the milestone. A total of 11 runs from above. STAT: Perry’s 3.0 economy rating is the lowest among the Aussies. The next lower value is Carey’s 7.00. Says so much about what this test did for Perry’s bowling.

IND 74/3 (9 overs) – Nicola Carey comes for her first over. There is a hint of drizzle in the Metricon Stadium. After a smooth start, Carey sends a long ball outside, which goes outside. Bhatia finds some height and clears the middle for four runs. A total of seven runs from this Carey over.

IND 67/3 (8 overs) – Ash Gardner returns. Yastika and Jemimah are happy to switch strike and sell singles to see them off. Gardner sends one or the other short ball and Jemimah has sent it between cover and point four times! Nine runs from this one. Well done India.

IND 58/3 (7 overs) – Ellyse Perry comes on. A slightly different role for someone who is used to opening up bowling for Australia. She found her rhythm in the test match and this frugality spreads here. Only admits the three runs.

IND 55/3 (6 overs) – Molineux returns and now gets a wicket in their name and it’s the big fish – the Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur. Gets too full and Harman trying to get over the ball is hit on the pads. WICKET: Harmanpreet Kaur lbw b Molineux 12 (5b 3×4 0x6)

IND 46/2 (5 overs) – Vlaeminck for her third over. Starts here with good lengths to contain the runs but Harmanpreet levels off with two consecutive fours from the last two balls. That throws the Indian captain off track. Healy says the playing field has no rope and looks great for doughs. This match only gets more interesting.

IND 37/2 (4 overs) – Gardner in the attack. We saw what it can do in the tests and ODIs. She delivers again. Receives both openers in the four ball range. Mandhana punches Hannah Darlington in the middle, while Shafali Verma, who manages to hit Gardner for a six shortly before her release, finally finds Wareham in deep midwicket. This is the seventh time Ash Gardner has sacked Smriti Mandhana in international cricket. We’ll say it again – BUNNIES! WICKETS: Smriti Mandhana c Darlington b Gardner 17 (10b 2×4 1×6); Shafali Verma c Wareham b Gardner 18 (14b 0x4 3×6)

IND 29/0 (3 overs) – Vlaeminck returns. Despite a wide in the second ball, she gets these tight lines here against the Indians. Verma itches to break free and she pretends to skim you for six long.

IND 22/0 (2 overs) – Sophie Molineux in attack. Smriti is determined to find the boundary rope on the first ball. Mandhana is unstoppable as it is. She follows with a six over midoff and a sweep to the square leg for four. 14 run past this Molineux. Expensive.

IND 8/0 (1 above) – Tayla Vlaeminck is going to start things for Australia. The nerves show up as soon as she crosses a mile. It’s a no-ball. Everything in the head for these youngsters. Shafali Verma meets Vlaemnick for a six over cover. Vlaemnick would do well to relax and vary its length to unsettle Verma. Eight runs for India at the beginning. A fantastic start.

Chuffed for Pandey and Rodrigues. The first fills the void at death – completed many games with those Yorkers and slower balls. The second deserved a chance after all the runs saved! #AUSvIND

And action begins on the Gold Coast. ————————————————– ————————————————Before we On into the live action, here are some numbers ahead of that first T20I.

1. Shafali Verma is currently at the top of the WT20I score with 759 points. Coincidentally, the top four batter in the ranking have two Indians and two Australians. Below Verma in the Batters ranking are Beth Mooney, Smriti Mandhana and Meg Lanning.

6. Harmanpreet Kaur has the most wins as W-T20I captain of India (39) and is the only Indian centurion in the W- T20I.

7. Smriti Mandhana is 89 runs away from becoming the third Indian to complete 2000 W-T20I runs.

8. Meg Lanning is 86 runs away from 3000 runs in W-T20Is and is the only captain to have scored two centuries in W-T20Is.

9. Ellyse Perry (115) is the second highest wicket taker in W-T20Is and is the ONLY player to score 1000 runs and 100 wickets in T20I (men and women).

Of the 20 T20Is played between Australia Women and India Women, Australia has the upper hand, leading 14-6. The final T20I between the two nations was in the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, which resulted in India losing by 85 runs.

Australia scored 184 for losing four wickets with an opening partnership of 115 runs before the Openers Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney dropped out for 75 and 78 respectively.

The hunt for 185 proved a difficult task for India as wickets fell one after the other and India had 99 runs in the blink of an eye, with Deepti Sharmas 33 India’s only one It was saved.

1.40 PM IS: TOSS UPDATE: Australia wins the litter, two debutants each – Tahlia McGrath and Hannah Darlington for Australia and Yastika Bhatia and Renuka Singh for India. India plays XI: Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Yastika Bhatia, Richa Ghosh, Pooja Vastrakar, Deepti Sharma, Shikha Pandey, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Renuka Singh

Australia plays XI: Alyssa Healy ( wk), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (c), Ashleigh Gardner, Ellyse Perry, Tahlia McGrath, Nicola Carey, Sophie Molineux, Georgia Wareham, Hannah Darlington, Tayla Vlaeminck

Remember the last time these two were Teams met in a T20? 86,174 people definitely do! Here is a recap of the T20 World Cup Final.

The last time we played a T20 against @BCCIWomen – Australian Women’s Cricket Team (@AusWomenCricket) October 7, 2021

The return of Harmanpreet Kaur after his injury will strengthen India as they face Australia from Thursday in a T20I series of three games.

Harmanpreet missed the one-day international stage and the day Night test against Australia due to a thumb injury. But she’s back on the team now to add firepower to a batting team that includes a swashbuckling opener in the young Shafali Verma, which complements the extravagance of Smriti Mandhana at the top of the order.

Mandhana comes before the final section of the Australian tour feeling confident after scoring a great First Test 100 less than a week ago. Attention will also be directed to the formally strong Shafali.

The upcoming games will give Harmanpreet the perfect opportunity to find her touch in the shorter formats before the ODI World Championship next year. She remains one of the biggest match winners in the game’s shorter formats and will treasure her chances in the days ahead.

The attacking batsman Jemimah Rodrigues didn’t have the best time with the national team, but will be impressed by her impressive performance in The Hundred « Build self-confidence. The springy Australian playing fields will make Jemimah’s free flowing game easier, something her captain would love to use too, as she’s a natural hitter too.
Harmanpreet Kaur: « We will give everything in the T20 series, they have to win at all costs »

A multitude of all-rounders make Australia an impressive team in the shorter formats, but this Indian team has what it takes to shake the host. For inspiration, the Indians can look back on a steep chase against Australia in a T20I before last year’s World Cup and Harmanpreet’s attack on his bowlers in the 2017 World Cup semi-finals not playing. India is expected to be well served by the likes of Meghna Singh, Pooja Vastrakar and Shikha Pandey.

Australia will rely on its all-rounders to stay ahead. Captain Meg Lanning is confident that a few of her eclectic young stars can make a difference with the bat. Australia will be making a T20I debut to the formidable all-rounder Tahlia McGrath, who made an impressive appearance in the Pinkball game.

On the back of her most recent form with the ball, Annabel Sutherland also advocates the selection, while Nicola Careys good track record will ensure she stays on target.

You can catch the first T20I between India and Australia on Sony Sports Network. The game will also be streamed live on the Sony Liv app.


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