Meanwhile New Zealand thrashed Sri Lanka by nine wickets at Bristol.
Australia swept aside South Africa by 103 runs in a recent warm-up match, while South Africa themselves skittled out the West Indies, the reigning women's World T20 champions, for just 63 in another warm-up game.
The eleventh ICC Women's World Cup 2017 is all set to begin from June 24, 2017. England remained victorious three times, and New Zealand claimed the title once. "They batted very well and made it tricky for us to make the breakthrough and really put the pressure back on our bowlers".
But predecessor Charlotte Edwards, who retired from global duty in 2016, said, "I don't believe for one minute that England feel like getting to the semi-finals will be a success".
And with eight teams locked together and vying for success on the world stage, the competition could hardly be tighter between captains desperate to get their hands on the trophy at Lord's on July 23. A tournament on home soil, with the largest home crowds recorded must be major motivating factors for England's ladies, and there is nothing more rewarding throughout the sporting world than winning the top trophy in front of home fans, at some of the best-known grounds in the game.More news: How Iran's Influence in Persian Gulf Grows Amid Saudi Rift With Qatar
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Indian team is playing yet again the Cricket World Cup in England against the host country.
"They are more than capable of winning this tournament".
Pakistan will face hosts England on June 27 and arch-rivals India on July 2.
In response, Laura Wolvaardt (52) and Lizelle Lee (60) gave a solid 113 run opening stand that came off 154 deliveries.