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Jhulan Goswami celebrates with her team-mates after dismissing Rachel Priest

England v India, Women's World Cup 2017, final, Lord's

India's chance to spur a revolution

While England are on a seven-match winning streak, India have overcome a mini-slump to topple New Zealand and Australia on their way to the grand finale at Lord's

Sarah Taylor is superbly balanced as she flicks to midwicket

England v South Africa, 1st semi-final, Women's World Cup 2017, Bristol

England hold nerve in thriller to make final

Sarah Taylor's half-century and Jenny Gunn's cameo unbeaten 27 helped England fight nerves and a full-blown batting collapse to progress to their fifth World Cup final

Tammy Beaumont sweeps powerfully

England v South Africa, 1st semi-final, Women's World Cup, Bristol

Pressure on England to do the running

The hosts have the weight of expectation on them, but also a batting line-up that has been in sensational form

How close? Mona Meshram avoids being stumped

Women's World Cup 2017

India, New Zealand in knockout shootout

It's a clash between a side fighting demons from within against one that's under pressure to live up to their pre-tournament favourites tag

Meg Lanning swivels and plays a pull

Australia v India, Women's World Cup 2017, Bristol

Spinners, Lanning power Australia into semi-final

Mithali Raj's world record and Punam Raut's maiden World Cup century were mere footnotes on a day when Meg Lanning, Ellyse Perry and Australia's spinners stamped their authority to seal a semi-final berth

Danushka Gunathilaka and Niroshan Dickwella race through for a single

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, Hambantota, 4th ODI

Calm Ervine helps Zimbabwe draw level

Sri Lanka managed only 300 for 6 after looking to post in excess of 350 at one stage. That Zimbabwe have only 301 to chase, in a bid to save the series, was courtesy a strong bowling effort in the death overs that included regular wickets

Alyssa Healy hit nine fours and a six in her unbeaten 40-ball 63

Australia v Pakistan, Women's World Cup, Leicester

Australia canter to fourth straight victory

Australia recovered from 60 for 3 in the 20th over to post 290 for 8. It was 159 too many for Pakistan, whose lack of intent all but killed the chase early on