result
6th Match, Group A (N), Perth, Feb 24 2020, ICC Women's T20 World Cup
(20 ov, target 143)124/8
IND Women won by 18 runs
player of the match
Shafali Verma
India Women
end of over 203 runs • 1 wicket
BD-W: 124/8CRR: 6.20 
Nahida Akter2 (3)
Salma Khatun2 (5)
Shikha Pandey4-0-14-2
Rajeshwari Gayakwad4-0-25-1

10.15pm So there we have it, a convincing 18-run victory for India, although Bangladesh were gallant, they just failed to string a strong enough partnership together and score rapidly enough to chase down the target of 143. Player of the match is indeed Shafali Verma, whose quick-fire 39 off 17 balls, including four sixes, set the foundation for her side. Jemimah Rodrigues contributed 34 off 37 while Veda Krishnamurthy's cameo of 20 not out off 11 at the end of the innings, pushed their total up. That makes it two wins from as many matches for India at this tournament and they are sitting pretty at the top of Group A.

shoeb Ahmed say: "Well played Women in Blue, it is an overall team performance, Good show Girlz." ... Girlz rulz ok!

Shafali Verma tells Sky Sports she wanted to step up in the absence of Smriti Mandhana, who was missing through illnesss: "I had that in my mind, since Smriti wasn't around, I wanted to take the responsibility and play as much as I can. I am very happy. I want to continue doing what I'm doing, being here for a long time has helped and I want to continue doing well for the team."

Harmanpreet Kaur is hopeful Smriti will be fit for their next match, against New Zealand on Thursday. "Hopefully. She is feeling better now, we do have two or three days and I hope she will recover well." She was also pleased with Veda Krishnamurthy's knock: "The way Veda played today was the turning point for us because at that time we needed a few boundaries and she did a great job for us."

So ends our live coverage from this match in Perth. Thank you so much for joining us and we look forward to doing it all again very soon! Until then, cheerio.

aniket: "MOM for me is Shafali Verma, her master blaster inning was the difference between two teams!" We shall see soon enough aniket.

19.6
1
Pandey to Nahida Akter, 1 run

similar line and length, she drives it to long on, there's a fielder moving in to cut it off and that's the game for India!

19.5
1
Pandey to Salma Khatun, 1 run

full, targeting middle and off, she works it away towards extra cover

Ajay Dhanak: "As good as Shafali's Innings was, to make this a match at all, I think it was Veda's late little assault that ensured India had a winning Total"

19.4
Pandey to Salma Khatun, no run

good line and length, she can merely defend back to the bowler

19.3
1
Pandey to Nahida Akter, 1 run

full, off-stump line, this time fended away towards mid-off

19.2
Pandey to Nahida Akter, no run

full, outside off, a swing and a miss, keeper Bhatia standing back fires at the stumps but she's within her crease

19.1
W
Pandey to Rumana Ahmed, OUT

wow! What a gem! Perfect yorker nails off stump as Rumana Ahmed swings heartily and misses

Rumana Ahmed b Pandey 13 (8b 2x4 0x6) SR: 162.5

Ragha: "Poonam is doing what Poonam does really well. " Here's Shika Pandey with some medium pace, Bangladesh need 22 off the final over...

end of over 1911 runs
BD-W: 121/7CRR: 6.36 RRR: 22.00 • Need 22 runs from 6b
Salma Khatun1 (3)
Rumana Ahmed13 (7)
Rajeshwari Gayakwad4-0-25-1
Poonam Yadav4-0-18-3
18.6
Gayakwad to Salma Khatun, no run

in line, turned to the leg side

18.5
1
Gayakwad to Rumana Ahmed, 1 run

outside off, prodded to backward point, a chance of a run out, a chance of overthrows, both avoided

18.4
2
Gayakwad to Rumana Ahmed, 2 runs

outside off, swept away to deep square leg

18.3
Gayakwad to Rumana Ahmed, no run

outside off, it's missing everything

18.2
4
Gayakwad to Rumana Ahmed, FOUR runs

full, outside off, swept away through deep backward square

18.1
4
Gayakwad to Rumana Ahmed, FOUR runs

finds the gap between long-on and midwicket