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Chasing 274, India are in all sorts of trouble as they've lost seven wickets. Shikha Pandey's 3/40 and two wickets each from Harmanpreet Kaur and Ekta Bisht kept South Africa to 273/9 in their ICC Women's World Cup 2017 encounter at Leicester. Liselle Lee and D van Niekerk slammed half-centuries. The Mithali Raj-led side aiming to win their fifth game on the trot at the tournament. Having already



beaten England, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the West Indies, victory against South Africa would see India progress to the semi-finals. South Africa, who currently sit fifth in the points table with two wins, a defeat and a washout, are looking to bounce back after losing to England after the hosts spanked the fifth highest score in ICC Women's World Cup history to win by 68 runs. 

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