Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Live Reporting

Alan Jewell

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  1. England win by one wicket

    Right, it's time for us to sign off. It looked certain to be a routine victory but in the end it was anything but. However, England were able to sneak home off the final ball to reach 109-9 and claim a one-wicket victory over West Indies.

    You can read our developing report here.

    Join us again on Friday when we'll have live text coverage and in-play highlights of the men's tournament as Australia face Pakistan from 09:30 GMT before South Africa against Group 1 leaders West Indies at 14:00 GMT, in a match that could have a large bearing on England's chances of reaching the last four.

    See you then. Cheerio for now.

  2. England win by one wicket

  3. England win by one wicket

    For England, the opening stand between Charlotte Edwards (30) and Tammy Beaumont (31) laid an ideal platform, while Nat Sciver kept cool in the chaos of the closing overs, her 19 not out crucial as wickets tumbled all around her.

    No other batters reached double figures though so plenty to work on.

    Anya Shrubsole was the pick of the England bowlers, taking 1-11 from her four overs, while the 24-year-old's pair of twos off the first two balls of the final over was also vital in earning the victory, even if she wasn't there at the end.

  4. How it stands

  5. Get Involved


    Sally Smith: A win is a win - sometimes you have to win ugly though.

    Martin Jubb: Hell's bells. These last two WT20 games have been mad. What happened to easy wins?? And @ejrainfordbrent is right- we can't bat.

  6. 'We got ourselves in a great position'

    England beat WI by one wicket

    England women's Charlotte Edwards

    England captain Charlotte Edwards is a very relieved woman after her side scraped home, telling Sky Sports: "We want to play better. We got ourselves in a great position to win the game very comfortably. 

    "We got the win and that's the most important thing."

  7. England beat West Indies by one wicket

    For all that England lost their way badly in the second half of their innings, we have to give credit to West Indies for the way they somehow dragged themselves back into the game and came oh so close to snatching victory. 

    Afy Fletcher finished with figures of 4-12 from her four overs while Shaquana Quintyne wasn't too shoddy either with 4-19 from her quota. 

    England Women's Rebecca Grundy and teammate Natalie Sciver
  8. Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 9 wickets

    And it's all over in Delhi as Pakistan finish 114-1, winning by nine wickets.

  9. England beat West Indies by one wicket

    Feeling tense in that final over? Watch how Charles Dagnall and Ebony Rainford-Brent reacted to the last delivery in the TMS commentary box...

  10. Get Involved - England win by one wicket


    Steph Robinson: England women giving me a heart attack in them last few overs.

    Adrian Love: Will England ever win comfortably? Don't think my heart can take much more of this.

  11. Post update

    Ebony Rainford-Brent

    Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

    "Well done to England for getting over the line, but there is a big, big issue with the batting. They are not going to win a World Cup with the way they are playing."

  12. England win by one wicket

    Eng 109-9, West Indies 108-4

    England Women's Rebecca Grundy and teammate Natalie Sciver

    Right, let's catch our breath. That's three wins from three and takes England closer to qualification for the semi-finals with a game against Pakistan to come on Sunday. They are doing it the hard way, though, scraping past India by two wickets when chasing 90 on Tuesday and cutting it even finer here. 

  13. England win by one wicket - 109-9

    Wow! Sciver fails to connect but the England batters set off for a bye and the throw from the wicketkeeper, Merissa Aguilleira, misses! England win off the final ball! Despite themselves. They got away with one there. Thrilling finish.

  14. Eng 108-9

    A scampered single for Rebecca Grundy. England guaranteed a super over at least but can Nat Sciver win it off the final ball?

  15. Eng 107-9

    Left-hander Grundy's Dottin. A wide! Down the leg side. What a bonus for England. Two from two now.

  16. Pakistan v Bangladesh

    Here it is, a superb set of boundaries from Bismah Maroof. Three on the bounce. Pakistan within touching distance of victory now.

    And Sidra Ameen marks her half-century...

  17. Post update

    Ebony Rainford-Brent

    Ex-England batter on BBC Test Match Special

    "It was just back of a length and cramped Anya for room. The danger is that Rebecca Grundy is coming in - she's not renowned for her batting."

  18. Post update

    Charles Dagnall

    BBC Test Match Special

    "Shrubsole covers her eyes, she can't believe that has happened."

  19. WICKET

    Shrubsole b Dottin 4 (Eng 106-9)

    Oh, my. Anya Shrubsole is cleaned up by Deandra Dottin. It's all down to Rebecca Grundy now. How has this happened? Three from two required, one wicket left.

  20. Eng 106-8

    A dot ball from Dottin. Three from three. Could a super over be in store?