Loading...
Loading Live Scoring...
*All times CAT (GMT+2)
Please note: Due to rights restrictions, this video is not currently available in your territory.


Fri 08 Feb 2013
00:04:00
Highlights of the ICC Women's World Cup match between England and Australia from Brabourne stadium, Mumbai.

Related News


Herath strikes derail Australia's chase
Rangana Herath dismissed four Australian batsmen including skipper Steven Smith to help Sri Lanka inch closer...
Bavuma out to consolidate test place
Proteas batsman Temba Bavuma believes he needs to build on his solid breakthrough season in the test arena in...
Mendis ton revives Sri Lanka hopes
Kusal Mendis backed Sri Lanka's spinners to pile on the pressure against Australia after his brilliant maiden...

Sports Talk



Neil Manthorp
Small is perfect
South African cricket’s two-day celebration extravaganza at the Sandton Convention Centre presented...

@MikeHaysman
SA public deserves better
I have noted with interest the fall-out following the Proteas’ return from the tri-series in the...

Related News from


SA 'A' ready for pink-ball challenge
South Africa 'A' begin their tour to Australia with the first of two, four-day Tests against the hosts at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane.
Latham, Williamson keep NZ dominant in Zim
Tom Latham and captain Kane Williamson carried New Zealand to a commanding first innings lead in the first Test against Zimbabwe.
Zondi: Proteas to back Cook
SA selection boss Linda Zondi is hopeful the Cook-Elgar firm are ready to provide stability as openers in the Test XI, writes Rob Houwing.
Samuels calls on Windies to step up
Marlon Samuels has challenged his West Indies team-mates to step up in the second Test against India at Sabina Park.
Hungry Bavuma out to consolidate Test place
Proteas batsman Temba Bavuma believes he needs to build on his solid breakthrough season in order to establish himself in the Test team.
SL corner Australia in tricky chase
Australia faced an uphill struggle to save the first Test against Sri Lanka's rampant spinners.
Latham helps New Zealand tighten grip
Opener Tom Latham closed in on a half-century as New Zealand consolidated their grip on the first Test against Zimbabwe at Queens Sports Club.
Root credits changed mindset for success
England batsman Joe Root has credited a conversation with batting coach Mark Ramprakash with helping him refocus.
Murali needed coaxing to attack
Legendary Sri Lankan batsman and former captain Mahela Jayawardene has revealed that Muttiah Muralitharan needed to be persuaded to attack.
Sri Lanka set Oz Test target of 268
Australia were set a target of 268 to win the rain-hit first Test after bowling out Sri Lanka for 353 in their second innings on the fourth day in Pallekele.

Sports Poll

Who will win the intriguing first test between Sri Lanka and Australia in Pallekele?
Sri Lanka
Austalia
It'll end in a draw