In 28 WODI matches (in which she didn't get to bat six times) since the 2017 WC final against England, Harmanpreet Kaur has scored only two fifties and two scores over 40
Mumbai Indians head coach Mahela Jayawardene hoped that Hardik will be able to return to bowling in the next few weeks
Hosts survive Curran scare; record seven-run victory in the series-deciding third match
With England batsmen on rampage, hosts may rejig their bowling
India, who made four changes going into the game, got past Australia by 13 runs to pick up a win after losing the series
Electing to bat, India scored 302 for five with Hardik Pandya (92 not out) and Ravindra Jadeja (66 not out) raising an unbeaten 150-run stand for the sixth wicket.
Australia handily won the opening two matches of the series in Sydney by 66 runs and 51 runs.
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