Javed hares down the track and aims to clear extra cover. She, however, can't quite meet the pitch of this flatter offbreak wide outside off. She skies it to Nation as the bat twisted in her hands. The drizzle is heavier now, and the umpires usher the players off the field
6.28pm That's all she wrote for today. The match has been called off; West Indies women win by 19 runs via DLS method. Dottin had earlier lit up the day with a 71-ball hundred - the fastest for West Indies in Women's ODIs. If you hadn't watched that assault, do catch the highlights. That is all we have for you from this match. Thanks for reading. Goodbye and good night for now.
"I would rate it 10/10. It was a massive achievement, being my first ODI century," Dottin, the Player of the Match, says. We [Me and Stafanie Taylor] had to put together a partnership and put a good total on the board. I was just taking it easy and playing each ball on merit. The target in my mind was to stay and bat full overs. After my skipper got out, I knew I had to take over. After I scored my half-century and decided to take it up a gear. I am pretty confident and looking forward to the England game."
"I must say I am very pleased with my performance," Taylor says. It is really good to be back on track. I don't think I have been enjoying my batting in the past games. I told Deandra: 'Play in the V and just play your shots'. I felt really good in the middle. Concentration was the key for me. I am disappointed that I did not get the hundred. I have been working hard for the hundred. Deandra's hundred is a big plus."
"I think it was a lapse of planning on our part," Mir says." Dottin is a class player, and she has shots all over the ground. She has got cuts, she can hit down the ground, she has leg-side shots as well. Overall, the bowling was okay. The batting has not been up to the mark. Very important that the top order starts clicking."
6.15pm Still raining in Leicester. Nothing new to report
5.53pm The covers are back on, again. It has been that kind of a day. The par score at this point is 136. Pakistan are behind by 19 runs
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skids on outside off, swatted away to long-on off the back foot
flatter and quicker on middle and leg, camps back and clips it through midwicket
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tossed up outside off, presses forward and pats it to extra cover
James: "Excellent bowling spell so far from Taylor, following up her innings."
full on off, this is whipped across to the right of wide long-on
dragged down short and outside off, ripe for the cut, she jumps back and cuts it away in the gap between point and cover
attempted short ball, but skids low outside off, beating the back-foot cut
fizzes past the outside edge from a good length
full on the stumps, hit back to the bowler
throws up a full-toss just a shade outside off, slammed back to the bowler
short and wide outside off, no turn, the batsman jumps back and flays it away to the third man boundary
WI deploy a slip
goes wide of the crease and angles it pretty full on off stump, dragged across the line to deep midwicket
The par score at this point is 119. Pakistan behind by 12 runs
length ball, bounces off the surface, and fizzes past the outside edge
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Anisa breaks the threatening stand. Nahida backs away outside leg for a booming cover drive. Anisa holds her own. Floats it up and gets it to dip. Nahida is nowhere close to the pitch of this arm ball. The bowler rattles the middle stump and roars
worked with the break to square leg for one
the batsman pre-meditates a reverse-sweep. The bowler spots it and spears it out of her reach outside off
clears mid-off, long-on can't get across in time either. Slower through the air outside off, chipped deliberately over the infield. Javeria brings up her fifty
full and outside off, backs away outside leg and drills a drive to extra cover
tossed up on middle and leg, driven to the right of midwicket. Six singles off the over
low full-toss outside off, driven to sweeper. That should have been whooped away