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Live Reporting

Callum Matthews

All times stated are UK

  1. Summary

    So, New Zealand pick up their first win of the tournament with a comfortable 54-run victory over Pakistan.

    After being put in bat Suzie Bates and Sophie Devine put on 59 for the first wicket before Bates was caught by Nida Dar off her own bowling.

    Their scoring did slow down but a useful partnership of 37 between Amy Satterthwaite and Katey Martin guided the White Ferns to 144-6 from their 20 overs.

    Pakistan started well in reply racing to 31-0 off three overs thanks to some beautiful striking from Ayesha Zafar and in particular captain Javeria Khan. However wickets then fell at regular interviews as Javeria's side fell to 90 all out.

    New Zealand's spin pair of Jess Watkin and Amelia Kerr took 6-30 from their eight overs to secure a comfortable victory for the Southern Hemisphere side.

    You can join us again from 19:30 GMT tomorrow where we'll have live coverage of England v South Africa in Group A.

    Hope to see you then.

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  2. WICKET

    Nashra lbw Kerr 1 (Pak 90 all out)

    New Zealand win by 54 runs.

    Nashra Sundhu tries to get forward to block Amelia Kerr's delivery but misses. The ball hits her back leg and that looks dead.

    After a bright start this Pakistan innings has collapsed.

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  3. WICKET

    Nawaz b Kerr 2 (Pak 88-9)

    This isn't a great shot.

    Sidra Nawaz tries to hoick through leg but misses and Amelia Kerr sends the ball cannoning into the top of middle stump.

    Only a matter of time before New Zealand pick up their first win of the tournament now.

  4. WICKET

    Mir c Bates b Watkin 3 (Pak 83-8)

    This is a very good catch from Suzie Bates at cover.

    Sana Mir tries to smear over cover but it loops up to Bates who takes a tumbling catch.

    If I was Mir I'd have tried to block for a few deliveries.

    I doubt Aliya Riaz is going to have many pleasant things to say to her in the changing room after her part in that run out.

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    Aliya run out (Martin) 12 (Pak 83-7)

    How many times is this going to happen at this tournament?

    There's a mix-up - in truth Aliya Riaz is ball watching rather than communicating with Sana Mir - and both batters end up at the striker's end.

    Katey Martin collects the throw from cover and lobs it down to Jess Watkin at the bowlers end who knocks the bails off.

    Deary me.

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  6. WICKET

    Dar c Kerr b Watkin 11 (Pak 72-6)

    Nida Dar's and probably Pakistan's fight is up now.

    She comes down the pitch and tries to sweep over square-leg but only succeeds in getting a top edge to Amelia Kerr at fine-leg.

    Good catch from Kerr.

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  7. 'Struck that beautifully'

    Nida Dar is doing her best to put up a fight here.

    She's lofted Leigh Kasperek over mid-wicket for four. It almost creeped over the boundary for six.

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    Muneeba c Satterthwaite b Kerr 0 (Pak 58-5)

    This is all New Zealand now!

    Muneeba Ali tries to work the ball into the legside but only succeeds in looping the ball up to Amy Satterthwaite at short mid-wicket.

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    Javeria c Martin b Watkin 36 (Pak 57-4)

    The key wicket!

    The scoreboard pressure got to Javeria Khan here I think.

    She tries to reverse sweep a delivery that was never there to be swept - there was nowhere near enough width on the delivery from Jess Watkin.

    Javeria only succeeds in gloving behind. It's another good catch from Katey Martin.

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  10. WICKET

    Maroof c Martin b Watkin 4 (Pak 52-3)

    New Zealand are wrestling control back in this one.

    Jess Watkin gets one to drift across Bismah Maroof who gets a feather through to Katey Martin behind the stumps.

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  11. Tune in

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Don't forget you can listen to BBC Radio 5 live sports extra using the audio icon at the top of this page.

    Charles Dagnall, Kevin Howells, Lydia Greenway, Mel Jones and Alan Lewis are the team in Guyana.

  12. End of the powerplay

    Pakistan are 49-2 from the first six overs.

    They need another 96 runs to win from 84 balls.

    Alan Lewis on TMS calls it "as entertaining a six overs as he has seen this tournament".

  13. WICKET

    Umaima b Tahuhu 1 (Pak 34-2)

    This is why Lea Tahuhu is considered one of the best bowlers in the world!

    It's a vicious delivery that is darted at Umaima Sohail's pads. Umaima cannot deal with the pace and the ball cannons into her stumps.

    New Zealand are fighting back well after Pakistan's electric start.

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  14. WICKET

    Ayesha c Martin b Kasperek (Pak 31-1)

    New Zealand needed this!

    It's come via DRS and it is a very good decision from Amy Satterthwaite and her team to go upstairs.

    Ayesha Zafar tries to sweep Leigh Kasperek's first ball but only succeeds in gloving down the legside to Katey Martin.

    Martin behind the stumps was adamant that was out.

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  15. Pakistan 17-0

    Sophie Devine is going to bowl the second over.

    Javeria Khan scored 74 not out in Pakistan's last game and she starts this innings positively with a lovely cut for four.

    The next ball flies to the third man boundary off the outside edge of Javeria's bat before Ayesha finds the cow corner fence with the last ball of the over.

    13 runs from it.

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  16. Post update

    Ayesha Zafar is determined to not get behind the required rate judging by this stroke.

    Tahuhu drops short, Ayesha rocks back and pulls beautifully to the square-leg boundary.

    Great strike.

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  17. Post update

    Lea Tahuhu, widely regarded as the fastest bowler in women's cricket, is going to open the bowling for New Zealand.

  18. 'I would legalise ball-tampering' - Simon Hughes

    Former Middlesex bowler Simon Hughes has suggested allowing ball-tampering in cricket.

    In a discussion about law changes in the game, Hughes says players could be allowed to alter the ball, without bringing an implement on to the pitch.

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    Video caption: Simon Hughes believes ball-tampering should be allowed in cricket.
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    Roshen Silva hit a resolute 85 to frustrate England and give Sri Lanka a lead of 46 on day two of an evenly poised second Test in Pallekele.

    Resuming on 26-1, Dimuth Karunaratne and Dhananjaya de Silva made half-centuries before England reduced the hosts to 165-6 shortly after lunch.

    But Roshen negated England's spinners and forged four defiant lower-order partnerships to take Sri Lanka to 336.

    Nightwatchman Jack Leach played out the last over as England closed on 0-0.

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