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Women’s WT20 Final: Australia reach 148/5 against West Indies

Buoyant and formidable West Indies stands in the way as Australia bids to win a fourth successive World Women’s Twenty20 title when the final is played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday.

world t20 Updated: Apr 03, 2016 15:51 IST
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Australia vs West Indies

Australia's Elyse Villani(L) is watched by West Indies's wicketkeeper Merissa Aguilleira as she plays a shot.(AFP Photo)

Over 20: 1 run and two wickets off the over. Aus 148/5

Over 19: 12 runs off the over. Aus 147/3

Over 18: 4 runs and a wicket off the over. Aus 135/3

Over 17: 11 runs off the over. Aus 131/2

Over 16: 8 runs off the over. Aus 120/2

Over 15: 5 runs off the over. Aus 112/2

Over 14: 13 runs off the over. Aus 107/2

Over 13: 2 runs off the over. Aus 94/2

Over 12: 7 runs and a wicket off the over. Aus 92/2

11.6 Dottin to Villani, OUT

Not very joyous faces but it is something for WI to cling to. A slowish delivery on middle, holds up in the pitch just enough for Villani to play too early, a thick leading edge lobs upto Taylor who takes it over her head. A good catch.

Over 11: 9 runs off the over. Aus 85/1

Over 10: 4 runs off the over. Aus 76/1

Over 9: 6 runs off the over. Aus 72/1

Over 8: 3 runs off the over. Aus 66/1

Over 7: 9 runs off the over. Aus 63/1

Over 6: 17 runs off the over. Aus 54/1

Over 5: 9 runs off the over. Aus 37/1

Over 4: 5 runs off the over. Aus 28/1

Over 3: Another 8 runs off the over. Aus 23/1

Over 2: 8 runs and a wicket off the over. Aus 15/1

1.6 Matthews to Healy, OUT

The third umpire is called to take a look at the bump ball. Clearly hasn’t pitched and Healy is gone. A very full delivery on off, Healy shimmies down to convert it into a full toss again but just like Yuvraj’s dismissal earlier in the tournament, the ball lobs back to the bowler right off the toe-end.

Over 1: 7 runs off the over. Aus 7/0

Buoyant and formidable West Indies stands in the way as Australia bids to win a fourth successive World Women’s Twenty20 title when the final is played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday.

West Indies XI: H Matthews, S Taylor, B Cooper, D Dottin, M Aguilleira, SA King, S Campbelle, S Quintyne, A Mohammed, A Fletcher, S Connell.

Australia XI: E Villani, A Healy, M Lanning, E Perry, A Blackwell, J Jonassen, B Mooney, E Osborne, M Schutt, R Farrell, K Beams.