India need to beat New Zealand to ensure a place in the semi-final and the match is a virtual quarter-final for them. No. 9 is tad late for the young Deepti Sharma to make any sort of impact with the bat, and given a fragile middle order, India might look to promote the allrounder slightly higher in the order, at the expense of off-colour Harmanpreet or Veda Krishnamurthy. Australia's Ellyse Perry is second with nine fifties, which she managed in 2016. India would be aiming for their maiden World Cup win this time around which has been heavily dominated by Australia and England. New Zealand's Debbie Hockley (1,501 runs), England's Janette Brittin (1,299 runs), Charlotte Edwards (1,231 runs) and Belinda Clarke (1,160 runs) are ahead of Mithali who recently achieved this feat. There were injury concerns surrounding all-rounder Devine, who picked up a side strain in the last game, but Bates said that she was available for selection, if only as a batter.
During the Women's World Cup, her activity of reading before going out to bat has also caught the attention of fans.
Gunners hit the target in Sydney
Nelson played 35 times for Arsenal's youth teams last season, scoring seven goals and also featured in the England Under-17 squad. Arsenal have been busy this summer, setting a new club transfer record with the signing of Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon.
On the other hand, some avid supporters tried to defend Kohli's lapse by suggesting that the cricketer's intentions came out of respect and he shouldn't be mocked for a mistake, The Indian Express reported.
The top-10 is dominated by women from England (3), Australia (3) and New Zealand. However, she fell for a golden duck in the previous match against South Africa.
Virat Kohli congratulated the 34-year-old right-hander in a post but used a different picture. She has five centuries to her name and averages over 50.