The whole of England’s tour of India is live on TNT Sports in the UK, including the test match which begins on Thursday.
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England XI: Dunkley, Bouchier, Capsey, Knight(c), Jones(wk), Gibson, Heath, Kemp, Ecclestone, Dean, Gaur
For England Sciver-Brunt, Wyatt, Sophia Glenn, Bell all make way in this final match. For India just the one change, as Amanjot comes in in place of Vastrakar.
13:03 England win another toss
And Heather Knight says that today they’re going to bat first. “We want to get out there and make the most of it first, and hopefully put in a good performance.”
13:00 Not the best day with the ball for England’s men in Barbados
12:55 Can England make it 3-0?
They don’t seem short of confidence, and understandably so.
12:45 – Live cricket on TNT Sports
TNT Sports are broadcasting the England Women’s cricket team for the first time this December, with all matches of their tour live on the TNT Sports Channels.
Today sees the third of a three-match T20I series, with a one-off Test match to follow.
12:45 Good afternoon and welcome
Hello and thanks for joining us for TNT Sports’ live coverage of the final T20I between India and England at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. We’ll be bringing you over-by-over coverage of today’s match, as England look to complete the whitewash. Because it’s been all England in the first two matches, and if the hosts can have any hope of snatching a consolation, their batters need to find a way of getting in to the innings, of blunting their opponents’ ferocious attack who limited India to 80 runs and which saw every bowler get among the wickets.
Play is due to start at 1.30pm, GMT.
England women win with ease to take T20I series success in Mumbai
England’s women survived a late wobble to win the second T20 against India and wrap up the series with a match to spare.
Contributions from the entire attack saw every one of England’s bowlers claim a wicket, as the tourists ripped the hosts out for 80 off 16 overs, completing the chase with four wickets to spare. Of the bowlers, only Nat Sciver-Brunt gave up more than a run a ball from her two-over spell.