India vs New Zealand Live Streaming & Scores, Women's World Cup 2017

Angelica Greene
July 15, 2017

India beat New Zealand by 186 runs to enter the semifinals of the ICC Women's World Cup here today.

A lot will depend on captain Mithali and openers Poonam Raut and Smriti Mandhana.

Mithali was appointed as the captain of the women's team in 2004 and since then she led the side in more than 100 WODIs.

Though India lost wickets upfront, it was the partnership between the skipper and Harmanpreet Kaur which pushed the team to a comfort zone.

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While their batting will revolve around the likes of skipper Suzie, wicketkeeper-batswoman Rachel Priest, veterans Amy Satterthwaite and Katie Perkins, the 16-year-old leg-spinner Amelia Kerr could prove to be an unexpected surprise in the bowling department. Australia's Ellyse Perry is second with nine fifties, which she managed in 2016. The rain forecast for tomorrow will prove fatal to New Zealand's chances, for India have one extra point. She surpassed former England captain Charlotte Edwards record to become the highest run-scorer in the One-Day Internationals (ODI) format this year.

On the other hand, back from a 75-run thrashing by hosts England, New Zealand will be aiming to turn things around in the upcoming encounter. Stafanie Roxann Taylor is the only West Indian in the list.

At the age of 17, Raj was picked for the Indian team and in 1999, she made her debut in England against Ireland in a WODI match. You can also check out Cricketnext's LIVE blog for all the latest action from the match including live scores, ball-by-ball commentary and analysis.

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She scored 44 against West Indies but was out for eight against Pakistan - bringing an end to her golden run. However, she fell for a golden duck in the previous match against South Africa.

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