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Live Reporting

Michael Emons, Mark Mitchener and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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    That's where we're going to leave it - but I'm afraid you're not allowed to go to bed, as after a quick break to make yourself a soothing cuppa, our colleagues will be here to talk you through the first day of England's third men's Test against Sri Lanka - with live text commentary and The Cricket Social to follow from 07:00 GMT.

    Enjoy that, but make sure you join us on Saturday night for the England-Australia final - always a spicy occasion. I'll leave you with the winning runs from player of the match Amy Jones. Bye for now.

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    And Amy Jones, England's top scorer at the tournament, saw England home with a half-century to match Sciver's.

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    Nat Sciver was dropped on two, but made India pay with a series of handsome boundaries:

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    Tammy Beaumont survived an early run-out chance but she and opening partner Danni Wyatt were soon back in the hutch with England on 24-2...

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    In fact, the last eight Indian wickets fell for 23 runs, as even Heather Knight's part-time spin picked up two in successive balls before she unselfishly took herself out of the attack when on a hat-trick...

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    Jemimah Rodrigues was looking good, while captain Harmanpreet Kaur hit the second six of the innings, but India were 89-2 when Rodrigues was run out, triggering a collapse...

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    TMS have wrapped up for the night - so before we do the same, let's just run through some of the highlights from that game.

    It was all about Smriti Mandhana early on - dropped by Sophie Ecclestone on 14, she cleared the ropes before the Evertonian left-arm spinner had her caught and bowled:

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    Peteski: Great win by England, that's a decent India side that we made look ordinary. Having rolled them out for a low total, their skipper didn't know whether to stick or twist.

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    Natalie Germanos

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    Charlotte Edwards has had an incredible day with predictions.

    She predicted an England-Australia final, she said England would win in 17 overs and they won in 17.1, and she called a stumping before it happened!

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Both teams will go into the final confident - England won those last two T20s in Canberra so the Aussies will know not to underestimate them.

    Here's the full Aussie highlights from earlier:

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    Natalie Germanos

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    The pitch for the final looks very similar to today's - it just depends what happens to it in the next two days.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    The two best tactical teams are going to be in the final - who can outdo each other? With the depth Australia have, and the bowling options they have, Australia have to go in as favourites. England will need to be at their very best as Australia will have better plans, they won't just keep chucking spin at England.

    I'm worried about England's fifth bowler against a better team. But it's about who turns up on the day.

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    Natalie Germanos

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    India were poor by the standards they've set in this tournament. England were excellent in so many departments, even though they dropped a couple of chances. I thought India were going to get 140 at one point but they got nowhere near it.

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    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    England are probably surprised how easily they got the runs, but I'm pleased for Amy Jones as in March, she was playing for her international future. She's such a popular member of the team, and for her to step into Sarah Taylor's shoes - you've not really noticed Sarah not being there because Amy has been so good behind the stumps and slotted in at number three.

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    In case you didn't see it, this was the winning moment:

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    England captain Heather Knight on TMS: "I was a bit surprised by the fields they set, but they'd done it all tournament. We can only face what we come up against. It's always brilliant to be involved in finals - I think spin's going to play a part again as it looks like a similar pitch.

    "It's been a bumpy ride, but the resilience the girls have shown in the last 18 months has been outstanding. Hopefully that'll be important again in the final."

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    England captain Heather Knight on TMS: "We know how effective Poonam Yadav can be - so Ali Maiden bowled leg-spin to us on his knees as he's 6ft 3ins, just a bit taller than Poonam."

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    England captain Heather Knight on TMS: "Amy and Nat are housemates as well, they know each other inside-out so for them to get us home was very special. It's not been an easy ride as we've lost players and had a lot of rain in St Lucia."

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    England captain Heather Knight on TMS: "It was quite a low-key win in the end. They got away from us a bit in the powerplay, but we'd practised hard against pace off the ball and it was really pleasing. I was really chuffed for Amy - that score against India in the ODIs was off the back of two ducks. She said she needed a new watch earlier, but I told her you get a watch for being player of the semi-final. I'm not sure if I would wear it though, it's a bit "bling"!

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    That final is on Saturday night at midnight UK time - so technically Sunday - but don't get confused.

    It's on after Match of the Day basically. Join us!