Anya Shrubsole among the wickets as England bounce back against World Cup hosts India
Anya Shrubsole claimed a wicket as England defeated hosts India by 32 runs to record their first win of the ICC Women's World Cup in Mumbai.
The Bath pace ace sat out the holders’ surprise one-wicket defeat to Sri Lanka on Friday but joined forces with Katherine Brunt to reduce India to 29-3 in reply to 29-3 in reply to England’s 272-8.
She trapped opener Poonam Raut lbw for four and finished with figures of 1-32 from her six overs but later limped off the field after suffering with cramp.
Earlier, captain Charlotte Edwards hit a superb 109 to become the highest run-scorer in women’s one-day internationals.
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England will qualify for the Super Six stage if they defeat the West Indies – who thrashed Sri Lanka in today’s other Group A match – on Tuesday.