From the cracker in Melbourne, we move to Canberra for another crucial Group A game between hosts Australia and Bangladesh. Alex and Peter Della Penna wait for you there. This is Ankur Dhawan signing off.
Harmanpreet Kaur: It's a great feeling when your team performs day in day out. Still we made the same mistakes after a good first ten overs, we got a good start but couldn't carry the momentum. We can't make silly mistakes with harder games coming up. Shafali is giving us good starts, her initial runs are crucial for us.
Sophie Devine: I thought we did a fantastic job to restrict them after Shafali's start. We adapted to the conditions, adjusted our lines and lengths, tied them down. The way the team nearly closed out the game was fantastic, Amelia Kerr did a fantastic job to nearly win it for us in the end. We certainly can't dwell on this or sulk about it for too long, we have Bangladesh next.
Shafali Verma is the player of the match: Feeling good, very happy with the performance, want to continue doing this. I waited for the loose balls and converted those. Credit goes to my father and academy to have helped me get here
India just hang on by 3 runs!. They might have some middle-order problems to address but this win takes them into the semi-finals, the first team to do so. Bowlers to the party again as India defend another lowish total, narrowly this time. Amelia Kerr brought New Zealand within touching distance taking 18 from the penultimate over and kept them in the game till the very last ball, but couldn't quite get a well executed yorker away.
Two boundaries for a super over
Shikha Pandey will bowl the final over
Just 16 needed off the last over now
Deep square goes back now