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CWG: Indian women’s cricket team will face England in the semi-final, know when and where to watch the match

IND-W vs ENG-W: In the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, the semi-final matches of women’s cricket will be played tomorrow i.e. on 6 August. In the first semi-final where India and England (IND vs ENG) will be face to face. In the second semi-final, Australia will face New Zealand. Both the matches are expected to be very exciting.

The Indian women’s cricket team made it to the semi-finals by defeating Barbados unilaterally in their last match. Team India finished second in its Group A. India had to face a thrilling defeat against Australia in their first match. After this, he defeated Pakistan and Barbados and got a ticket for the semi-finals. On the other hand, England’s team made a strong performance in their Group-B and made it to the semi-finals by staying in the first place. England had won all their three matches.

India’s strong side is that Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana are consistently scoring runs. Jemima Rodriguez and Harmanpreet Kaur have also scored runs with their bat in this tournament. Renuka Singh has been excellent in bowling. She has taken 9 wickets in three matches. She currently remains the highest wicket-taker in the Commonwealth Games. On the other hand, for England, Alice Capsi among the batsmen and Eckelstone and Brunt among the bowlers have created more problems for the opposition teams.

When and where to watch the competition?
This clash between India and England women’s cricket teams will start on 6th August at 3.30 pm. The live telecast of the match will be done on different channels of Sony Sports Network. It will also be broadcast on DD Sports. The live streaming of the match can be seen on the Sony LIV app.

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