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England Women completed an impressive come-from-behind 3-2 series win over India Women by claiming a 29-run win in the fifth and final One-Day International at Wormsley.After India recovered from 15 for four to post 152 for eight, rain stopped play with England on 124 for four in reply - 29 ahead on the Duckworth/Lewis method.
John Pryor highlights and discusses a range of the most entertaining and controversial tweets of the week by cricketers and cricket pundits.Twitter was a place of both celebration and sorrow this week...
Since coming back from his international exile following his falling-out with the WICB, he has torn the New Zealand bowlers to shreds in all four matches played so far on their tour of Florida and the Caribbean. His comeback began with a 51-ball 53 in England last month, but really ignited with back-to-back half centuries against the hapless Kiwis at Lauderdale last weekend, before reaching a climax with his 20th ODI century in the second ODI on Saturday.
England Women ensured that their closely-fought series against India Women will need the final match at Wormsley on Wednesday to pick a winner after they held their nerve to win a low-scoring affair at Truro's Boscawen Park.
England Women kept their series hopes alive by beating India Women by three wickets in the third One-Day International in Taunton.They reduced India's series lead to 2-1 by chasing down a target of 174 with 16 balls to spare with the top order doing the bulk of the work.
India Women followed up success in the opening One-Day International against England Women at Lord's with a 14-run success in the second match in Taunton.Batting first, they were dismissed for 129 as Katherine Brunt took four for 20 but they hit back to bowl England out for 115 in reply as Jhulan Goswami also took four wickets.
The arrival of Australia for this five-match One-Day International series has elicited plenty of talking points already such as the scheduling of the series itself and what, if any pointers, it can give us for next year's Ashes contest, writes John Pennington.I don't feel it will tell us an awful lot about a Test series 12 months down the line. I doubt the winning captain will be talking about how this series was the launchpad for Ashes success when interviewed at The Oval next August.
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