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India v England – second women’s ODI – text & radio

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Summary

  1. England win toss & bat; Winfield in for Wyatt
  2. Ind: Raut in for Deol
  3. India lead three-match series 1-0
  4. Results count towards ICC Women’s Championship
  5. Commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, BBC Sport website & app, BBC Sounds app

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By Mark Mitchener

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  1. Eng 31-3

    It’s still Flight Lieutenant Shikha Pandey for now, there’s a crash of timber as Taniya Bhatia whips the bails off but Sciver had kept her back foot grounded.

    Just a single from the over – and there is plenty of symmetry as Beaumont and Sciver both have 10 after 10 overs, and Pandey has 1-10.

  2. Post update

    Snehal Pradhan

    Ex-India seamer on BBC Test Match Special

    Natalie Sciver is looking pretty comfortable against seam at the moment, but didn’t seem happy against left-arm spin in the first match, so I can see Ekta Bisht warming up.

  3. Post update

    Stephan Shemilt

    BBC Test Match Special

    Heather Knight has a face like thunder on the England balcony, sitting next to coach Mark Robinson. You wouldn’t want to cross her, or tell her a joke, at the moment.

  4. Goswami continues her probing new-ball spell, again using the off-cutter well, but Beaumont advances her score for the first time since the third over, pulling a four through the leg side.

  5. Post update

    Stephan Shemilt

    BBC Test Match Special

    It looks as though England are getting across their stumps a lot – exposing leg stump and even middle stump – when the bowler is bowling inswing or off-spin to negate the threat of lbw. It certainly looked that way with Amy Jones today, but so many batters have done it, it looks like a team plan – even against Goswami who’s the master of the off-cutter.

  6. Eng 24-3

    Beaumont 4, Sciver 9

    Pandey raps Beaumont on the pad, a big appeal but Stephan Shemilt on TMS reckons it was slanting down the leg side. Beaumont manages a leg bye despite colliding with the bowler as she appeals – and Sciver is now the top scorer of the innings after guiding another four through the leg side. A single takes her to nine off seven balls.

  7. Post update

    Henry Moeran

    BBC Test Match Special

    It’s that time of day where it starts to get very hot, very quickly.

  8. Eng 18-3

    Beaumont 4, Sciver 4

    England have their first boundary of the day as number five Natalie Sciver guides a four off her legs. India, naturally, are pretty vocal in the field at the moment.

  9. How’s stat?!

    Phil Long

    TMS statistician

    Having lost seven for 25 at the end of the last game, England have lost their last 10 wickets for 39 runs.

  10. Post update

    Snehal Pradhan

    Ex-India seamer on BBC Test Match Special

    That was the fielder we were talking about at short cover – straight down her throat. Goswami has been hitting some wonderful lengths, inviting the batsmen to drive.

    With all the talk of spin, England have already lost six wickets to seam in these two ODIs.

  11. WICKET

    Knight c Rodrigues b Goswami 2 (Eng 14-3)

    The nightmare start for England continues – and this time it’s the captain to go as Jemimah Rodrigues, who we noted had been cunningly posted in a short catching position in the covers, takes the catch.

  12. How’s stat?!

    Phil Long

    TMS statistician

    A little stat if you want to go back to sleep. India have bowled two wides already today. They didn’t bowl any on Friday.

  13. Eng 14-2

    Big appeal from India as Knight plays forward, but it hit her well outside the line of off stump so that’s a good decision. “Umpires are like wicketkeepers, you only notice when they do something wrong,” notes Snehal on TMS. As well as a wide, Knight doubles her score with a single.

    It’s cautious from England so far – so much so that a large crow can take up residence on the square without putting itself in any danger.

  14. Post update

    Snehal Pradhan

    Ex-India seamer on BBC Test Match Special

    Captain Mithali Raj can take some credit for that wicket too, with Taniya Bhatia up to the stumps and Jemimah Rodrigues in at short extra cover to stop any hopes of dropping the ball and running.

  15. Eng 12-2

    Beaumont 4, Knight 1

    Captain Heather Knight, who remained unbeaten on Friday while losing eight batting partners at the other end, is in at four. She takes guard, asking for middle stump, and digs out a full delivery for a single.

  16. Post update

    Snehal Pradhan

    Ex-India seamer on BBC Test Match Special

    This was building from the first couple of deliveries – Taylor went for the big drive and it found the inside edge. Some people call it unlucky, I call it good bowling.

  17. WICKET

    Taylor b Goswami 1 (Eng 11-2)

    Gone! The veteran Goswami picks up the big wicket of Sarah Taylor, who is bowled off the inside edge.

  18. Post update

    Stephan Shemilt

    BBC Test Match Special

    In terms of the change to the England team, it might be fairer to say that Danni Wyatt hasn’t been dropped, but that Lauren Winfield is better suited to that middle-order role. Wyatt’s T20 success has come at the top of the order, with pace on the ball. She doesn’t have an ODI half-century and isn’t too adept at starting against spin.

  19. After starting the over with a wide, there’s a half-decent lbw appeal for Pandey – a Flight Lieutenant, lest we forget – against Beaumont, who scuttles through for a leg bye to bring Taylor on strike for the first time. The England keeper adds a single.

  20. Post update

    Stephan Shemilt

    BBC Test Match Special

    Our TV colleagues currently have England’s batting order listed alphabetically. Katherine Brunt at three, Sophie Ecclestone four, Georgia Elwiss five and certified number 11 Alex Hartley all the way up at six.

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