England gets their World Cup campaign off the mark with a 4-wicket win over India, with nearly 20 overs to spare giving a great advantage in terms of net run rate. India fought well to grab 6 wickets, 3 of which went into Meghna Singh’s tally, but the score on the board wasn’t enough for India to pull off a victory.

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Jhulan Goswami and Meghna Singh both managed to dismiss England openers Tammy Beaumont and Dani Wyatt early as India were trying to defend a target of 135. Jhulan became the 1st bowler to take 250 wickets in women’s ODIs.

However, Nat Sciver then smashed 45 runs in 46 balls ensuring that England doesn’t slip up in the chase. England captain Heather Knight played the anchor’s role and scored an unbeaten half-century in the chase as they wrapped it up with 4 wickets and nearly 20 overs to spare.

India faces an even tougher test later in the weekend, as they take on 6-time champions Australia — who are among the two sides yet to lose a game in the tournament.

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By Abhishek Pandey

Non-Aspiring future engineer having many aspirations in life. A lover of cricket and football, an admirer of the GOATs in both games. Solving the jigsaw puzzles of life in my own way to find the treasure of peace. There is only one quote that keeps me going- 'There is no way for being happy, being happy is the only way.'