Women's WC: New Zealand win toss, put India to bat

Oops: Kohli posts image of another female cricketer to congratulate Mithali Raj

Oops: Kohli posts image of another female cricketer to congratulate Mithali Raj

On the other hand, New Zealand's first visit to Derby was a washout and the second resulted in a heavy 75-run loss to England recently, both of which directly propelled them into this do-or-die situation. "Hopefully, that brings the best out in our group", Bates said. With the ball, Jhulan Goswami has lacked penetration, taking four wickets in six games at an economy of 4.7 (joint highest among fast bowlers) in the tournament.

Fielding too has been a problem area for India throughout the tournament. And Smriti Mandhana's World Cup has resembled a matchstick - burning brightly and then dying out. "But we've got to play well because one of us is going home", Suzie Bates is positive of making it to the semis. He said it is proud moment for the country as Mithali Raj created a record as the highest run getter and Jhulan Goswami as the highest wicket taker. From team's perspective, it's important to perform my role consistently. However, if the weather holds up, the pitch has been on the slower side so far in this competition.

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India vs New Zealand, Live Score and Updates, ICC Women's World Cup: New Zealand have won the toss and chosen to field first in this crucial fixture with the victor going on to play the semi-finals.

India's campaign reflects the truism, that it's not how you start a race, but how you finish it. India's recently enlarged fan base will be hoping that Raj's words before the tournament prove false. If it is a very crucial game in the T20s, the World Cup, or even just that dictates a series win, we tend to fall down in that match.

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