Player of the Match
Player of the Match
    18.1 there's another twist or what? Australia have a double-strike. First Knight, now Wyatt. This is full and straight on the stumps, Wyatt steps out to bring out the most-successful shot of the night - a lofted hit over cover - but missed it completely as she heard the ball rattle into the stumps. Kimmince roars. 171/5
    0.5 this time, she takes an easy catch at mid-off. Beaumont wanted to go downtown but was deceived in flight, didn't get to the pitch and just ended up skewing it straight to the fielder. 3/1
    2.1 stunning catch by Rachael Haynes. Backed away to go over cover but is done in by the dip. She went through with the drive but didn't time it at all. Haynes, at the edge of the ring, dived forward to pluck that inches from the ground. England in trouble. 16/2
    5 direct hit from mid-off and bingo, that's gone. No need for the third umpire, even though they went up. Villani quick to the ball, released the ball in a split-second and not even a dive from Sciver mattered, she was well short of the crease. 30/2
    17.3 looks to wallop this across the line, but gets an inside edge onto the pad. For a moment, she isn't sure where the ball went and ran down the pitch. By the time she turned back, Healy swooped in, picked the ball up cleanly and disturbed the bails. No backswing, let go of the ball immediately and Knight's an inch or two short despite the dive. End of a magnificent partnership, but surely England are home? 169/4
    18.5 lofted inside-out but can only hit it as far as Perry at mid-off. This has no timing on it whatsoever. Looked to hit it a lot squarer but was cramped for room and managed to spoon a simple catch. 177/6
    not out
    not out
    7 (lb 1, w 6)
    181/6 (19 Overs, RR: 9.52)
    Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Tammy Beaumont, 0.5 ov), 2-16 (Sarah Taylor, 2.1 ov), 3-30 (Natalie Sciver, 4.6 ov), 4-169 (Heather Knight, 17.3 ov), 5-171 (Danni Wyatt, 18.1 ov), 6-177 (Katherine Brunt, 18.5 ov)
    JL Jonassen402526.2500
    M Schutt3041013.6610
    M Strano302709.0000
    EA Perry201105.5000
    A Gardner2021010.5000
    A Wellington2025012.5000
    DM Kimmince3030210.0010
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ENG Women 2nd innings Partnerships

1st3DN WyattTT Beaumont
2nd13SJ TaylorDN Wyatt
3rd14DN WyattNR Sciver
4th139DN WyattHC Knight
5th2KH BruntDN Wyatt
6th6KH BruntFC Wilson
7th4JL GunnFC Wilson