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ICC Women’s World Cup 2017: India top-order sets up 35-run win against England in opener

A splendid batting exertion from India consolidated with their amazing rocking the bowling alley from the spinners helped them beat England by 35 keeps running in the opener of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 at Derby. This was India's initially prevail upon England since 2012. 

India posted 281 for the loss of three wickets after England won the hurl and welcomed them to bat first. Fifties from beat three batswomen Smriti Mandhana, Punam Raut and Mithali Raj lead India's batting. The openers put on 144 keeps running for the principal wicket before Mandhana was rejected for 90. Raut was the second wicket to fall as she likewise couldn't finish a century. Raj scored 71 runs and was the gotten in the profound on the last bundle of the Indian innings. 

Pursuing the aggregate, which would have been a record had England pulled it off, the hosts neglected to get a lively begin and lost the openers for a 42. Britain were later diminished to 154 for the loss of five wickets as Indian spinners gagged the batting. Deepti Sharma and Ekta Bisht inspired with the ball. 

Be that as it may, Fran Wilson and Kathrine Brunt put on 62 keeps running off only 42 balls to organize a rebound. Wilson scored some fast runs and put England on course once more. An immediate hit from Deepti to run-out Brunt broke the stand and later, Bisht ran-out Wilson at the non-striker's off her own particular knocking down some pins to injure England. 

India at long last knocked down some pins out England for 246 in 47.3 overs to win by 35 runs and begin their World Cup with a win. Mandhana was named the player-of-the-coordinate for her 90 runs.

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