India vs England Womens semifinal preview
Harmanpreet’s team India will have a shot at history when it faces England in the semifinal of the women’s T20 cricket tournament at CWG 2022 in Birmingham on Saturday, August 6, 2022.
— Doordarshan Sports (@ddsportschannel) August 6, 2022
With the head-to-head heavily tilted in England’s favour, India will have its task cut out when it steps out at Edgbaston this afternoon. India will hope its batting order fires in unison. Given the form its bowlers have carried through the tournament, a close finish cannot be overlooked.
The India vs England women’s cricket semi-final match in Commonwealth Games 2022 will start at 3.30 pm IST.
Cricket Live streaming
Which channel will broadcast India vs England women’s cricket semi-final match in Commonwealth Games 2022 in India?
The India vs England women’s cricket semi-final match in Commonwealth Games 2022 will be broadcasted on Sony Sports Network.
Where can I catch the live streaming of the India vs England women’s cricket semi-final match in Commonwealth Games 2022 in India?
India is leading this series by 2-1! Will West Indies bridge this gap or will the Men in Blue win it all?
— FanCode (@FanCode) August 6, 2022
The live streaming of the India vs England women’s cricket semi-final match in Commonwealth Games 2022 will be available on Sony LIV app and website in India.
In the previous four global tournaments, India has finished runners-up twice – at Lord’s in the 2017 50-over World Cup, and then in front of a packed MCG in the 2020 T20 World Cup – and semi-finalists once. The other time, they fell away to a group-stage exit at the 50-over event in New Zealand earlier this year. India are now one win away from an assured medal.
“It’s technically not a global event but for women’s cricket it is as good as a World Cup,” Snehal Pradhan, the former India cricketer who is in Birmingham in her capacity as a broadcaster, told ESPNcricinfo.
“That’s how much a medal – a gold – will matter. All of their press conferences and conversations are about ‘we are not here for anything except a gold’.
“In the World Cup, the winner takes all. Even though here the second and third place is appreciated, that’s not what India wants; they want the gold.”