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  • 11:03 AM IST

    It’s a Washout! Play has been called off and India are through to the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.

  • 9:53 AM IST

    No new information we have for you. It’s been raining since morning and it continues to bucket down. The toss has been delayed and the sands of time have started to slip through the hour glass. Should ICC plan reserve days for such cases? That’s something which would be heavily debated. Once again, if this is washed out, India advance to the final. What an unfortunate way to bow out for England



  • 8:51 AM IST

    WEATHER UPDATE: We have some bad news for all our fans. As per the correspondents on the ground, things are not looking promising. Sydney is wet and gloomy as it continues to to rain. In fact, it’s pouring down in Sydney and all signs seem to be pointing towards a washout, in the case of which, India will advance to the final on the basis on being the group topper

  • 7:53 AM IST

    Hello and welcome to our coverage of the first semifinal of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup between India and England at the beautiful Sydney Cricket Ground. However, the biggest factor going into this match is the weather with heavy rainfall expected through the day.



Firm title contenders after a sensational unbeaten run in the group stages, India will have to ensure a solid all-round performance to get the better of formidable England in the semifinals of the ICC women’s T20 World Cup here on Thursday. Also Read - Women's IPL in Progression Stage, T20 World Cup Win Would Have Brought Generational Shift: Anjum Chopra

India have been the best side so far and they would be seeking their maiden final appearance in the showpiece’s history with a win over England on Thursday. In the earlier seven editions, India have never reached the final but this time, they have emerged as serious title contenders after a string of superlative performances. Also Read - Injured Ellyse Perry Undergoes Surgery to Treat Hamstring Injury

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