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In third T20I, England’s women defeat India.

In the third Twenty20 International, England Women defeat India by seven wickets to win the series 2-1.

In the third women’s T20I match between England and India. Alice Capsey maintained her cool to lead England to a seven-wicket victory and a 2-1 series victory.

The Indian bowlers made a brave effort to hold off England despite having a low total to defend. Alice Capsey, a rookie, maintained her composure to lead England to a seven-wicket victory and seal the 2-1 series victory. Richa Ghosh, the wicketkeeper, added 33 runs in 22 balls to India’s dismal 122 for 8, and all-rounder Pooja Vastrakar scored an unbeaten 19 runs in 11 deliveries. The English spin attack, which was led by the trio of Sophie Ecclestone (3/25), Sarah Glenn (2/11), and Bryony Smith, captured six wickets, making it difficult for the Indian batswoman to bat past them.

As they chased down 123, the home team got off to a strong start thanks to openers Danni Wyatt (22 off 23 balls) and Dunkley (both of whom shared a 70-run stand). Up until India quickly claimed three wickets in just as many overs, causing a minor batting collapse.

After Wyatt missed a shot, spin all-rounder Sneh Rana (1/32) gave the visitors their first victory.

She was cleaned up by Vastrakar (1/16), who came in after Dunkley, who scored six fours. Radha Yadav (1/14), who had been in the middle, then interrupted Captain Amy Jones’ (3) time there.

As they chased down 123, the home team got off to a strong start thanks to openers Danni Wyatt (22 off 23 balls) and Dunkley (both of whom shared a 70-run stand). Up until India quickly claimed three wickets in just as many overs, causing a minor batting collapse.

After Wyatt missed a shot, spin all-rounder Sneh Rana (1/32) gave the visitors their first victory.

She was cleaned up by Vastrakar (1/16), who came in after Dunkley, who scored six fours. Radha Yadav (1/14), who had been in the middle, then interrupted Captain Amy Jones’ (3) time there.

Capsey, one of England’s most promising young talents. Nevertheless, kept advancing and putting up shots all over the field. Smith, who was still unbeaten at the age of 13, gave her a lot of assistance as the two led England to victory.

When Ghosh and Vastrakar teamed up, India was in serious difficulty after falling to 75 for 7 and managed to reach a decent total.

In the first four overs, both openers, the intimidating Shafali Verma (5 off 12) and Smriti Mandhana (9 off 8), were out for runs.

Issy Wong was the first to depart because Verma underestimated her delivery speed (1/24). the wicket as the ball ricocheted off her pads.

Smith then took the important wicket of Mandhana as Ecclestone clutched to a great catch.

Harmanpreet, the skipper, too had a difficult day. Both Sabbhineni Meghana and Dayalan Hemalatha were unable to access their accounts.

Both Deepti Sharma (24) and Ghosh attempted to end the innings. The all-rounder did not sweep the left-arm spinner Ecclestone, and Jones completed the stumping.

With their combined five boundaries, Ghosh and Vastrakar added another 43 runs to assist India break the 100-run threshold.

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