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13dAnnesha Ghosh

India respond to captain Raj's rallying call

India began their Women's World Cup campaign in Derby in style. On Saturday, they kept their tournament alive at the same venue with an even more heartening performance

How you make a comeback is important - Raj (1:18)
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15dthe Preview by Shashank Kishore

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

17dThe Report by Andrew Miller

Sciver and Beaumont fire England into semi-finals

Nat Sciver struck her second century of an increasingly formidable World Cup campaign, as England's women marched into the semi-finals with victory against New Zealand at Derby

Think You Know Yourself? Stephen Fleming (22:19)
21dESPNcricinfo staff

Ronchi's post-retirement plans

Former New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi talks life after retirement, plans of taking up a coaching role with Cricket Wellington and New Zealand Cricket, and playing in the domestic T20 leagues across the globe

22dThe Report by Deivarayan Muthu

Rowe and Devine mow down Pakistan

Sophie Devine pummeled a record nine sixes during her 41-ball 93 as New Zealand knocked Pakistan out of contention for the semi-finals

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23dESPNcricinfo staff

Kasperek returns to shine against unfamiliar opponents

Leigh Kasperek last played an ODI in February 2016 and suffered multiple injuries after that but returned with figures of 10-6-17-3 when she got a chance to play West Indies on Thursday

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23dThe Preview by Annesha Ghosh

NZ eye second win against bottom-ranked West Indies

A loss for New Zealand would dent their chances of a straightforward entry into the semi-final, while a defeat for West Indies would further hurt their net run-rate, which is already down in the negative

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24dThe Report by Deivarayan Muthu

Priest, bowlers brush aside West Indies

A grand show from bowlers Lea Tahuhu and Leigh Kasperek, followed by a blitz from Rachel Priest, saw New Zealand canter home against West Indies

27dMelinda Farrell in Bristol

Go-to girl Perry continues her rise

From teenage fast bowler to middle-order rock, Ellyse Perry has evolved into a match-winning allrounder over her decade in the game

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29dJarrod Kimber

My summer watching the big four

Kohli, Root, Williamson and Smith have indisputably been top of the batting heap for four years now. They were all on show in England this year

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