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Live Reporting

By Thomas Mallows and Mark Mitchener

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's it for today. You can read the match report of India's win here, with all the details of Australia's victory over here.

    We will be back with another double header of T20 World Cup text commentaries tomorrow, with both games live on TMS as usual.

    First up, it's South Africa taking on tournament debutants Thailand in Canberra, that's from 04:00 GMT.

    Then, from 08:00 GMT, England are back in action at the same venue as they take on Pakistan looking to edge closer to a semi-final berth.

    Hope you can join us then. But, for now, it's goodbye.

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    Three wickets fell in a chaotic final over, two of which were run outs, as Bangladesh ended well short of their victory target.

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    Bangladesh wickets fell egualry in their reply, though Fargana Hoque Pinky showed resistance with a defiant 36 from 35 balls.

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    Then it was the turn of Australia and some fearsome batting by openers Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney, who put on 151 for the opening wicket, as Australia reached 189-1 from their 20 overs.

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    So that was yet another fascinating day at the Women's T20 World Cup. It started with India becoming the first team to secure their place in the semi-finals - though they had to survive a late scare from New Zealand, who very nearly pulled off a dramatic victory.

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    Australia captain Meg Lanning: "It was good all-round performance. Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney set the tone right from the first ball. We wanted to go out there and be really attacking. We were a little timid in our first two games."

    On their next game against New Zealand: "It's going to be great. World Cups are all about big games and I want to be a part of them. It's pretty much a quarter-final. New Zealand are playing good cricket so it’s going to be a good game."

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    Bangladesh captain Salma Khatun: "Australia are a very good team and I think 190 was too big a total. They bowled a good line and length and it was very hard for us. We now move on and look forward to the New Zealand match."

  8. Player of the match

    Alyssa Healy, who scored 83 from just 53 balls: "We haven't really been taking the game to the opposition so we decided to take them on today and it got us off to a good start.

    "We figured a lot of the sub-continent teams will bowl as slow as possible to us so we did a lot practice in the nets. It didn't feel easy batting out there but to get a big total felt good.

    "Batting with Beth Mooney makes it a lot easier. With the breeze across the ground we could identify whatever end was best for us. We seem to work really well together."

    On whether she prefers her 83 or her catch to dismiss Sanjida Islam: "Definitely the catch. I dropped three on the trot here during the Ashes so to catch a high one, I was pretty pumped."

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    A fantastic performance with the bat, and absolutely clinical in the field. Just the performance Australia needed.

  10. Australia win by 86 runs

    Ban 189-1

    That was chaos in the final over as Australia take a team hat-trick - two of which were comedy run outs.

    Australia win comfortably with a dominant display, sending out a message to any side looking to take claim world title.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    There's your team hat-trick!

  12. WICKET

    Nahida Akter run out 0 (Ban 102-9)

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    Andrew Moore

    BBC Test Match Special

    You don't run your skipper out first ball!

    A team hat-trick's in the offing.

  14. WICKET

    Salma run out 0 (Ban 102-8)

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    That was full, it wasn't sweepable. A premeditated shot, well bowled Jonassen. In this circumstance, you have to bowl full so the batter can't get underneath the ball.

  16. WICKET

    Jahanara b Jonassen 1 (102-7)

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    Jess Jonassen to see us home.

    The new batter, Jonassen, attempts a pretty ugly heave and completely misses the ball, with the bails promptly leaping into the air.

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    Alex Hartley

    England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    Good catch - it was in the air for a long time, the ball gets lost in the lights on the way up and the way down, so they're difficult.

    Pinky showed a lot of grit and determination.

  18. WICKET

    Pinky c Healy b Schutt 36 (Ban 100-6)

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    Fahima Khatun brings up the hundred for Bangladesh with a mis-timed drive down to third man.

    Fargana Hoque Pinky then skies the next delivery and Alyssa Healy takes a smart catch.

    Pinky departs for 36 from just 35 deliveries.

  19. Not out

    Replays showed Sutherland had let the ball slip through her fingers and hit the deck. Fahima Khatun survives.

  20. Umpire review

    Annabel Sutherland thinks she has caught Fahima Khatun.

    The umpire sends it upstairs, the soft signal is out.