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In Case You Missed it: Harmonster rides again for Jhulan farewell; Babar, Rizwan break records

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Harmanpreet Kaur flicks Lauren Bell through midwicket, England vs India, 2nd ODI, Canterbury, September 21, 2022

Flay, don't play: Harmanpreet's 143 not out came off 111 balls  •  PA Photos/Getty Images

Jhulan Goswami, playing in her final series, was given a fitting farewell as India Women scored their first bilateral series win against England in England since 1999. Pakistan look to secure their seven-match T20I series early, despite England's win in the first game. And India have a battle on their hands at home after Australia blitzed their way to a win in the first T20I. Here's a round-up of this week in cricket.
Harmanpreet 143*, Renuka four-for help India to unassailable 2-0 lead
The India captain's near-perfect batting display helped India post 333 and clinch the series as England fell well short. It was an apt farewell for Jhulan Goswami who Annesha Ghosh watched in the nets in Kolkata before she left for England.
Babar Azam 110*, Mohammad Rizwan 88* as Pakistan cruise to ten-wicket win
After England's six-wicket victory in the first T20I, Pakistan's openers responded with an epic opening stand and record chase to level the series 1-1 and silence criticism of their approach. How well do you remember Pakistan-England series past? Take our quiz.
You might be dropped if you fail in this Test. Does knowing that free you or make you miserable?
Cameron Ponsonby examines what happens when players stuck in a rut go into what they suspect will be their final match. How does that knowledge make them react?
Nitschke's inbox: Haynes' replacement, new leaders and sustaining success
With Shelly Nitschke taking over as Australia women's coach, Andrew McGlashan looks at the questions and challenges she could be up against in the coming months and years.
What is the biggest difference between player numbers in the same Test team?
And which bowler has taken the last wicket most often to win a Test or an ODI? Steven Lynch has the answers.
Amelia Kerr: 'Your mind is a muscle, and you have to look after it'
The New Zealand allrounder spoke to S Sudarshanan about her break from cricket, her return, and how the team is shaping up under a new leadership.
Dancers in the dark
Alan Gardner picks his favourite cricket photograph, of the time Thorpey and Nas emerged from the gloaming in Karachi with England's first win in Pakistan in 31 years.
Watch: 25 Questions: Which Indian bowler hates the sight of Quinton de Kock?
And who is the better fisherman between him and Dale Steyn? We put the South Africa wicketkeeper-batter on the spot.