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Summary

  1. Windies will play Australia in semis; England to face India
  2. England 115-8 (Dunkley 35, Shrubsole 29) - lost toss
  3. Dunkley hits 35 from 30 balls on first innings for England
  4. Windies 117-6 (Dottin 46, Campbelle 45, Shrubsole 3-10)
  5. Both sides already into semi-finals
  6. South Africa face Bangladesh in later game (00:00 GMT)

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By Tim Oscroft and Mark Mitchener

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    And as England look ahead to a semi-final with India, and West Indies prepare to take on Australia, we're going to put this live text to bed - but you can continue to listen to TMS who are looking back at the men's series win in Sri Lanka via the TMS podcast.

    Then, from 23:45 GMT, TMS will have commentary on the final group game between South Africa and Bangladesh. You can listen to that on 5 live sports extra or here on the website - and if you can't stay up, we'll see you back here for the semi-finals on Thursday. Take care, bye for now.

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    Anya Shrubsole then started brilliantly with the ball for England, Deandra Dottin led the way with some massive sixes, and then there were some crazy scenes in the final overs and at the finish...

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    Here's a quick look back at some of the England innings highlights, including a lucky escape for Amy Jones, a brilliant first international innings by Sophia Dunkley and some great West Indian fielding:

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  4. 'My gut feeling is an England-Australia final

    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    West Indies-Australia is a repeat of the 2016 final. Australia are coming off a big loss to India, they should have enough to beat West Indies but you never thought West Indies would win that 2016 final.

    My gut feeling is that it's going to be an England-Australia final, I'm going to upset every Indian fan out there!

  5. How Sciver refined her skills for the World Twenty20

    #GetInspired

    Nat Sciver has been one of England's stand-out players here - apart from the domestic season there was this additional challenge helping Nat to warm up for this tournament, taking on her Surrey Stars team-mates Laura Marsh and Bryony Smith...

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    Video caption: Surrey Stars' England players take on our cricket challenge

    If you want to find out how to get into cricket, visit the Get Inspired guide.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    It seems to be a top four, then a middle two and then a bottom four. New Zealand have walked their games against Pakistan and Ireland, but haven't performed against the top four. Tonight's now going to be a big night for South Africa - they need to come out and play well against Bangladesh and show they're a force to be reckoned with.

  7. Has the gap to England and Australia narrowed?

    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    You wouldn't have predicted the standings. But we've got the four best teams going through - South Africa have under-performed. This format needs teams who are athletic in the field - it worries me that Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are getting further away.

  8. How much did this tournament need a game like this?

    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    You can't put a price on it. It could be a defining moment for West Indies women's cricket, how many young girls here would have been inspirerd by watching this? It was an exceptional crowd, and it can only get better and better. 10 years ago, I couldn't have ever imagined a crowd like this, on a small island, for a West Indies women's game. I just hope everyone in Antigua comes out like they have in St Lucia.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    It'll be interesting to see who they play against India, as off-spin against Mandhana early can be effective. With Deepti Sharma down the order as well, they're going to need that option of the ball going away from the left-hander.

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    England captain Heather Knight on TMS: "Sophia Dunkley hits in weird areas, it's difficult to set fields to her, and she and Anya kept us in the game. Australia and India both look very strong, it looks like it's going to be a great couple of semi-finals.

    "Dani Hazell was a bit unlucky as a few of the balls just went over fielders' heads - we'll have to assess what's going to be our strongest XI against India. I've got a bit of a hoarse throat trying to get fielders' attention, but what an atmosphere to play in."

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    England captain Heather Knight on TMS: "What a game of cricket, what a great atmosphere - I couldn't be more proud of the fight they showed. A little bit more composure maybe needed to get over the line, but what a game.

    "Ideally, you want a player from the top five to bat for most of the innings, and with the ball I think the spinners went slightly over their lengths but in general our bowling's been brilliant."

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    England were a bit sloppy at times, there's a few things they'll need to iron out between now and the semi-final. I;m really please they've got India in the semi-final - especially if they can get Mandhana and Kaur early. India won't be putting them under pressure in the field like West Indies did.

    India's four or five spinners will be packing their off-side field and bowling wide, so I'd put a lot of practice in facing slow, wide spin and hitting it through the off side.

    I'm sure all the teams will be racing down to the ground in Antigua to see what the wickets will be like.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    West Indies look like they can win from anywhere - my money was definitely on England with five overs to bowl. What an incredible game to play in front of a crowd like this - it's what the tournament needed. I think the noise affected England as three or four catches went up [and were dropped], but hopefully they'll react better in a semi-final.

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    And this was the winning moment:

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    They wanted to get Hazell some time in the middle, and it's not worked - I felt they bowled her at the wrong times, but I can see why they've not been playing her as she's not been at her best. Heather Knight has got to take some overs, I was surprised she didn't bowl herself tonight after Hazell's first two overs, she's the only other off-spin option.

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    Greg: Shrubsole and Gordon aside England will have to bowl and field much better than that against India. Hopefully they have got that out of their system. Onto the semis.

    Ben Brown: Pathetic performance from England! Some of that fielding was shameful.

    babyboomer: [Wilson] missing the catch was bad enough but standing four yards inside the boundary is criminal. Stand on the ropes and the ball is down your throat instead of at full stretch above your head.

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    Shemaine Campbelle was caught in the last over to give England hope...

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    England will learn a lot from tonight. They'll review it well and they won't bat like that again. I'm pleased they managed to get to 115 after being 50-6.

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    While we get our breath back, here's how McLean fell to Sophie Ecclestone - before we then had that manic moment when Cooper was dropped, then run out, off the same ball.

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