5 overs, 23 dots, 3 wickets: Watch every ball from Kate’s magnificent spell

England look to thwart the Indian juggernaut and bag a consolation win to end the series on a happy note. The visitors won the first game by 7 wickets and bagged the second by 88 runs.

Thanks to Kate Cross, they’ve made a sound start in the third and final ODI at Lord’s. The senior pro struck thrice in quick succession to dismiss Shafali Verma for a five-ball duck, Yastika Bhatia for a two-ball duck and Harmanpreet Kaur for 4 runs before Freya Davies accounted for Harleen Deol to leave India in a mess at 29/4.

Broadcast Schedule

England v Ireland 2023
ENG v IRE only Test, Lord's
1st June to 4th June
Start time: 11:00 am BST
WTC final
WTC Final AUS v IND, The Oval
7th June to 12th June
Start time: 11:00 am BST