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ICC Women's World T20: England defeated Bangladesh by 7 wickets (DLS Method)

by Sahir Usman Nov 14, 2018 • 15:08 PM

Nov.14 (CRICKETNMORE) - England got their ICC Women’s World T20 2018 campaign up and running with a seven-wicket win against Bangladesh, after their first game was washed out. One the back of a three-wicket haul by Kirstie Gordon, England kept Bangladesh to 76 for nine, a target that was revised to 64 in 16 overs as rain interrupted England’s chase.

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England played three left-arm spinners and three debutants; Kirstie Gordon was both, and she took three wickets, including that of Ayesha. Gordon has also previously played for Scotland.England stuttered in reply, losing their openers in the first three overs, both to Salma Khatun;s straighter balls.

Amy Jones rode her luck as she was dropped on 14, going on to top score with an unbeaten 28. Rain arrived in the ninth over, shaving England’s target down to 64 off 16, and they knocked off the runs quickly after the interruption.  If you fancy England to triumph in the 2019 Cricket World Cup try betting offers here at these legal betting sites.

Match Summary: 

Bangladesh: 76-9, 20 overs (Ayesha Rahman 39; Kirstie Gordon 3-16)
England: 64-3, 9.3 overs (target revised to 64 off 16 overs),  (Amy Jones 28, Natalie Sciver 23;Salma Khatun 2-17)