Smriti Mandhana after hitting a century. ©Getty Images

Match Preview: 3rd ODI – New Zealand vs India Date: Friday, 1 February 2019 Venue: Seddon Park, Hamilton India have won the series in the backyard of White Ferns. It’s time for New Zealand to reflect back at the drawing board. The White Ferns haven’t been batting well which has been reflected on the scoreboard. 

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Smriti Mandhana after hitting a century. ©Getty Images

Match Preview: 2nd ODI – New Zealand vs India Date: 29 January 2019 Venue: Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui New Zealand take on India on their home turf on Bay Oval to avoid a series loss. India also would be in a good space considering their start to the series. New Zealand needs to back themselves after 

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Ellyse Perry and Kirby Short with the WBBL 04 trophy. ©Getty Images

Following two nerve-racking semi-finals, where the Brisbane Heat and Sydney Sixers triumphed, the two sides now clash in the finals of WBBL04. Will the Sixers complete their hat-trick of titles or, will the Heat take out their maiden one, in front of a packed stadium at Drummoyne Oval? The Sixers have reached the final of 

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Bengal Team © Jhulan Goswami and Railways Team © Poonam Yadav

The second round of the inter-state 50-over competition starts in Bangalore on Wednesday (December 26). While Railways, Andhra Pradesh, Mumbai, Bengal and Baroda qualified from Group A and B, Himachal Pradesh and Odisha made it from Group C. Uttarakhand topped the Plate Group to complete the eight-team line-up. Women’s CricZone looks at the match-ups. Quarterfinal 1: 

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Meg Lanning and Heather Knight with the trophy. ©ICC

Match Preview: Final – Australia vs England – Match 23 Date: 24 November, 2018 Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua Crickets oldest and fiercest foes, Australia and England, are set to lock horns in the final of the World T20. Their journey to the final has been a similar one, with both teams finishing second in 

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Captains Harmanpreet Kaur, Heather Knight, Meg Lanning and Stafanie Taylor (L-R) ©ICC

The first stand-alone ever ICC Women’s World T20 has reached its knockout stages where Australia will face Windies and England will lock horns against India in the semi-finals on November 22 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. With the 12,500 capacity Sir Vivian Richards Stadium nearly sold-out, these two semi-finals will surely be nail-biting 

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Australia and Windies Team. ©ICC

Semi-Final 1 Match Preview: West Indies vs Australia Date: November 22, 2018 Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua Of the two semi-finals, this one has the potential to be the most explosive. It has the added ingredient that it a repeat of the previous final in 2016 which West Indies won by 8 wickets. It raised some 

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