Highlights, Australia Women vs India Women Pink-ball Test, Full Cricket Score: Mithali and Co’s Day-Night Debut Ends in a Draw

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Highlights, Australia Women vs India Women Pink-ball Test, Full Cricket Score: Mithali and Co’s Day-Night Debut Ends in a Draw

Australia Women Vs India Women, Pink-ball Test Live Cricket Score Updates: Follow this space for the latest update on the fourth day of the one-off Pink-ball Test between Australia and India.

Day 3 report: The third day of the one-off test match in Gold Coast between Australia and India was all about visitors. The batters put in a solid performance as they called off the first innings at 377/8, with Smriti Mandhana (127) leading them as Deepti Sharma hit an impressive 66.

Responding to India’s 377 for eight, Australia reached 143 for 4 in their first innings on stumps on the third day of the rainy day/night women’s test against India.

Australian captain Meg Lanning and her Indian counterpart Mithali Raj pose at the Metricon Stadium for the one-off Pink-ball Test. Image credit: Twitter/@BCCIWomen

After a good show from the batters, it was time for the bowlers to shine and Jhulan Goswami led the charge. She cleared Beth Mooney (4) early, then returned to retrieve the wicket from other Australian opener Alyssa Healy (29).

Pooja Vastrakar then removed Australian captain Meg Lanning (38) with a great swinger. However, the replays showed that there was a large inner rim on the pads. But in real time, the umpire couldn’t see it and was knocked out LBW. That led to a debate about the need for DRS in women’s games as well.

Vastrakar did not stop there and came back to remove Tahlia McGrath (28). Australia struggled to get going at this stage with 119/4. Then Elysse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner formed a small partnership until the end of the day to keep the ship stable for hosts.

Perry and Gardner hit 27 and 13 on stumps, respectively.

Australia is currently 234 runs behind.

Short scores:

India Women: 377 for 8 declared in 145 overs (Smriti Mandhana 127, Deepti Sharma 66; Sophie Molineux 2/45, Stella Campbell 2/47, Ellyse Perry 2/76).

Australia Women: 143 for 4 in 60 overs (Meg Lanning 38, Jhulan Goswami 2/27, Pooja Vastrakar 2/31).

With inputs from PTI

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