New Delhi: Following persistent rains, the fourth T20 International between Indian women’s cricket team and South Africa was washed out due to rain in Centurion. Coming in to bat first, the hosts scored 130 for the loss of three wickets with the help of brisk half-centuries from Lizelle Lee and skipper Dane van Niekerk. Also Read - Dream11 Team India Women vs South Africa Women 2nd ODI Match 2019 - Cricket Prediction Tips For Today's ODI Match 2 IN-W vs SA-W at Reliance Stadium, Vadodara
The two stitched 103 runs together before Niekerk was dismissed by Deepti Sharma on 55. Lee was unbeaten on 58 as the rain stopped the play. Also Read - Harmanpreet Kaur Becomes First Indian Cricketer to Play 100 T20Is
Indian kept the advantage of leading the five-match series 2-1 as the game did not resume again. The result means that Indian eves cannot lose the series while the Proteas cannot win the series with only one match to go. Also Read - 6th T20I: South Africa Register 105-run Win But India Women Clinch Series 3-1
Earlier, India won the first two matches by seven and nine wickets, respectively. However, the Women in Blue failed to capitalise on it and allowed South Africa to keep the series alive by slumping to a five-wicket defeat against the hosts in the third T20I in Johannesburg.
The Harmanpreet Kaur-led side will now meet the hosts for the final encounter at Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday.
(With ANI inputs)