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In Women's cricket, Smriti Mandhana struck a sublime half-century as India finally produced a good batting display to record a seven-wicket win over Australia in Melbourne today, keeping their hopes alive for a place in the final of the ongoing T20 tri-series. 
 
The hosts posted 173 for 5  after India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur elected to field at the Junction Oval.

India then overhauled the target in 19.4 overs, largely due to opener Shafali Verma's 49 off 28 balls and Mandhana's 55 off 48 balls. With this win, India moved to the second position in the points table, behind England. 

The winner of the final league match between Australia and England tomorrow will decide the finalists for the title clash on the 12th of February.
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