Sciver ton delivers all-round England to sequence win

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Sciver ton delivers all-round England to series win



PAKISTAN WOMEN V ENGLAND WOMEN IN MALAYSIA, 2019 Sciver made 100* off 85 balls. © Getty Following an emphatic 127-run victory within the second ODI on Thursday (December 12), England girls clinched the ODI sequence towards Pakistan, with yet another sport remaining within the sequence which is a part of the ICC Championship. Natalie Sciver’s unbeaten century, a 49-ball 85 not out from Fran Wilson and skipper Heather Knight’s knock of 86 helped England put up 327 for four after they opted to bat on the Kinrara Academy Oval in Kuala Lumpur. In reply, Pakistan might solely attain 200 earlier than they have been bowled out, with Bismah Maroof’s preventing effort (64) not fairly a match for a collective bowling efficiency from England. Nida Dar dismissed Danielle Wyatt within the second over of the sport, which was adopted by a 61-run stand between Tammy Beaumont and Knight that set a very good platform for England. Whereas Beaumont’s keep got here to an finish on 21, Knight went on to carry up a 49-ball fifty and added 84 runs in partnership with Sciver. Pakistan fought again via the wickets of Knight and Amy Ellen Jones in fast succession however Sciver and Wilson ensured a blitzy end to the innings by placing on an undefeated 146-run stand, with as many as 127 runs coming within the final 10 overs of the innings. Whereas Sciver hit 12 fours throughout her 85-ball keep, Wilson struck eight fours and three sixes as they despatched the Pakistan bowlers on a leather-based hunt within the demise overs. Nahida Khan and Javeria Khan got here up regular knocks however England saved chipping away on the wickets, which meant that Pakistan lacked a correct base to the chase. A middle-order collapse took the sport additional away from them – from 140 for 3, Pakistan slipped to 145 for six. Maroof’s knock solely delayed the inevitable as England finally registered a complete win. Transient scores: England 327/four in 50 overs (Natalie Sciver 100*, Heather Knight 86, Fran Wilson 85*; Nida Dar 2-67) beat Pakistan 200 in 44.5 overs (Bismah Maroof 64; Sarah Glenn 2-37, Anya Shrubsole 2-31) by 127 runs. © Cricbuzz RELATED STORIES



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