Indian women lose seven catches against Australia at Wankhede

0.2, Renuka at Litchfield
looks like an abandoned catch! Yeah, Amanjot there. Short extra cover dives to his left and places the ball wide of the middle, as Litchfield drives away from the target. The length of this ball was fuller, and the line wider too, because it drove with a flat bat.

4.6, Renuka at Litchfield
abandoned by Mandhana halfway through! At first it looked like the ball was missing from her, as she dove forward, but it almost landed in her hands, which were low. Litchfield broke the landing of this full delivery, as it dived towards Mandhana. More fortune for Litchfield

7.3, Vastrakar to Litchfield
fell again! This time by Bhatia at first slip. Litchfield pushed the ball that length towards sixth stump but got an outside edge. Bhatia juggled the ball twice, and it finally fell.

16.5, Rana to Perry
Rana has one hand on a difficult chance to catch and play! It flew over her head, she raised her right hand and she flicked the fingers away. The full ball was looped at 80 miles, Perry charged and pumped it, replays show she tried to smash it but the bat face closed early and she got out of the inner half.

43.2, Deepti to Sutherland
Mandhana drops a sitter at midwicket She was on one foot, turned to the right, got her hand on it and almost held it before the ball popped out. It was a full ball outside off, Sutherland tried to whip it but it was shorter than she expected. A hand came off and it swelled.

47.2, Vastrakar to the king
Harman drops it at mid-wicket, how much is that for the innings? It’s six o’clock, confirms Mohandas Menon. Harman threw himself on both knees and tried to take him with both hands but he burst in and slipped out of his thighs. It was a full ball that was thrown. Grace Harris hides her face but can't stop laughing.

48.1, Renuka to the king
Seventh drop of the day, Deepti this time! She ran from mid-wicket, reached it and tried to take it in front. Ball took the fingers but broke out again. It was a long ball on the mat that King threw over the line.

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