- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Paranjpe b Singh1350033.33c Chopra b Goswami1027451037.03lbw b Goswami1224272050.00c †Naik b Chopra2738643071.05st †Naik b David48971148049.48c Raj b Goswami9819723912049.74run out (Goswami)1138410028.94c Singh b David652192467029.68b David2778914034.61not out1331352041.93c Paranjpe b David01613000.00Extras17 (b 10, lb 6, w 1)TOTAL329 all out (128 Overs, RR: 2.57)Fall of wickets: 1-1 (CM Edwards), 2-18 (CMG Atkins), 3-27 (KM Leng), 4-70 (SC Taylor), 5-126 (CJ Connor), 6-147 (LJ Harper), 7-253 (LK Newton), 8-313 (NJ Shaw), 9-328 (MC Godliman), 10-329 (CE Taylor)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRlbw b Shaw215150013.33c †Godliman b Connor2058792034.48c Newton b Leng521511935034.43lbw b Guha21440759819052.57run out (Edwards)621492028041.61c SC Taylor b Connor834271023.52c Newton b Harper1625322064.00c & b Shaw621962003031.63not out11821005.55b Shaw02-000.00c †Godliman b Guha78161087.50Extras23 (b 18, lb 1, nb 1, w 3)TOTAL467 all out (177.1 Overs, RR: 2.63)Fall of wickets: 1-2 (SA Paranjpe), 2-45 (M Maben), 3-100 (A Chopra), 4-244 (H Kala), 5-275 (DM Marathe), 6-297 (S Naik), 7-454 (M Raj), 8-458 (J Goswami), 9-458 (S Singh), 10-467 (N David)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRst †Naik b Goyal5610810910051.85c Goswami b Singh751410140.00c Raj b Marathe1570982021.42b David1650593032.00c Goswami b David461151432040.00run out (Goswami)33851013038.82not out2034374058.82not out11922005.26Extras4 (lb 3, nb 1)TOTAL198/6d (81 Overs, RR: 2.44)Fall of wickets: 1-16 (KM Leng), 2-79 (CM Edwards), 3-79 (CMG Atkins), 4-113 (SC Taylor), 5-170 (CJ Connor), 6-184 (LK Newton)
- Wed, 14 Aug - day 1 - England Women 1st innings 280/7 (MC Godliman 51*, NJ Shaw 10*, 100 ov)
- Thu, 15 Aug - day 2 - India Women 1st innings 156/3 (M Raj 43*, H Kala 31*, 69 ov)
- Fri, 16 Aug - day 3 - India Women 1st innings 445/6 (M Raj 210*, J Goswami 54*, 169 ov)
- Sat, 17 Aug - day 4 - England Women 2nd innings 198/6d (81 ov) - end of match
- Raj's innings set a new world record for highest in women's Tests, beating Karen Rolton's 209*
An impressive rearguard action by England's women secured a draw in the second and final Test against India to square the series.
Mithali Raj may just have done more for Indian women's cricketwith one innings than several others have in a lifetime
Mithali Raj has made the highest score in the history of women's Test cricket to put India in a magnificent position with a day remaining against England at Taunton.
England's last three wickets added another 49 runs on day two of the second women's Test with India at Taunton yesterday
England were in a strong position at the end of the first day of the second women's Test against India at the County Ground in Taunton