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Live Reporting

Mark Mitchener

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    And on that note, we're going to wave goodbye to this match - here's the developing match report.

    Join us again from about 19:30 GMT, when we'll bring you New Zealand and Ireland's final fling in this tournament, with TMS on air from 19:45. Bye for now.

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    And we saw another stunning catch, before Australia lost their eighth and ninth wickets in the last over with Alyssa Healy unable to bat:

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    Ellyse Perry never gave up, but kept losing partners at the other end:

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    India then bowled well as they dismissed the openers with successive balls and soon removed the dangerous Lanning and Gardner:

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  5. Champagne moment

    But the champagne moment of the day, indeed the tournament, was debutant Tayla Vlaeminck's stunning catch to dismiss Veda Krishnamurthy:

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    Captain Harmanpreet Kaur also cleared the ropes three times:

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    She successfully reviewed an lbw decision but eventually fell for 83:

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    Right, let's just have a quick run-through of the best bits.

    Smriti Mandhana hit some sixes...

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    Here's that great Radha Yadav caught-and-bowled.

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  10. Get Involved

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    Daniel Potter: Whoever gets Australia in the semi-finals surely will play five slow spinners.

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    So, India win the group, and will play the loser of tomorrow's England-West Indies game.

    Australia finish second and will play the winner of England-WI.

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    And here's how India wrapped up the innings:

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  13. Captain's view

    India captain Harmanpreet Kaur: "We were very happy with the way we fielded. Smriti and I always enjoy playing together and we hope we have more of those sorts of partnerships."

  14. Captain's view

    Australia captain Meg Lanning: "We'll have to look after Alyssa and hopefully she'll be all right for the semi-final. We felt pace off the ball was more effective. Today showed we've got a lot to work on - we'll have to play a lot better to get through the semi-finals."

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    Just catching up on some of those Aussie wickets...

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  16. Player of the match

    India opener Smriti Mandhana: "Quite relieved as in the first three matches I was getting starts but not able to convert it. I was not keen to take the review but Veda said we needed to take it, and we got 20-30 extra runs. The way we fielded and bowled was the best out of the last four matches."

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    Lydia Greenway

    Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

    India have been brilliant in all aspects - batting, bowling, fielding and tactics. Australia played the extra seamer, but India loaded their team up with spin, packed the off side, made Australia try to score on the leg side and it worked.

    The worry now for Australia is Alyssa Healy, we don't know how long she'll be out for with her concussion.

  18. WICKET

    Vlaeminck st Bhatia b Patil (Aus 119-9 all out)

    And it's all over - debutante Vlaeminck is stumped second ball, and with Alyssa Healy unable to bat because of concussion, it's all over.

    INDIA BEAT AUSTRALIA BY 48 RUNS AND WIN GROUP B.

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  19. Aus 119-8

    Perry pushes the hat-trick ball for a single.

  20. WICKET

    Schutt c Bhatia b Patil 4 (Aus 118-8)

    Schutt gets a top edge, keeper Bhatia does the rest.

    Patil's on a hat-trick from the last over...

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