Today cricket match predcition: Deepti and Jemimah shine, India gear up for Tri-Series Finals with 8-wicket win over WI

Smriti Mandhana (5) chased 95 for the win and was castled for trying a shot too late, but Rodrigues canceled out three boundaries and took India to 36 in one of six overs. Did.

Deepti Sharma said India beat the West Indies by eight wickets in an insignificant match played in East London, South Africa on Monday, setting her T20 try in the women’s series for her final. She emerged as a star while arranging

Jemima Rodriguez (42 not out) and skipper Harman Preet Kaur (32 not out) as the bowlers led by Deepti (3/11) made a clinical show limiting the West Indies to his 6-for-94. ) put on an aggressive batting show. Similarly, India chased a modest goal in 13.5 overs.

India will face hosts South Africa in her February 2nd final.

Smriti Mandhana (5) chased her 95 for the win and was castled for trying a shot too late, but Rodrigues canceled out her three boundaries and scored his one of six overs. took India to 36. Good looking Harleen Deol failed to clear midfield and was holed by Shabika Gajnabi.

Skipper Herman Preet then joined Rodriguez in breaking four boundaries and completing the rest of the run with perfect ease.

The duo added his unbeaten 54 runs in just 40 balls.

Earlier, India justified a bowling decision after winning the toss, with Deepti and Rajeshwari spinning his Gayakwad (1/9) with his duo choking the Windies hitters.

Deepti shook his order top with back-to-back wickets, Rashada Williams (8) and he dismissed Campbelle (0) before embarrassing Yastika Bhatia as he drove off Shabika Gajnabi (12). Left-arm spinner Gayakwad also clung to good lines and lengths as the Windies hitters were unable to use their arms freely.

She was rewarded when her arm ball trapped Geneva her Joseph (3) in her ninth over. Later replays showed her to have the inside edge.

Introduced in the 10th over, Pooja Vastrakar (2/19) snapped two wickets, including Allen’s final wicket, on the final ball of the innings.

But it was a bad day for Pacers veteran Shikha Pandey. She was wicketless in her 3 overs she allowed 28 runs but Renuka Singh allowed her 22 runs in her 4 overs quota. In the West Indies, Hayley Matthews, 34, was the only bat to fight back, but he didn’t get much support from his opponents.

Gaznabi (12) scored his double figures, but it was his two unexpected sixes for Zaida James (21) that brought the West Indies closer to 100 runs.

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