The Indian girls, brimming with confidence after upstaging England, would look to keep their winning momentum when they take on the West Indies in their second match of the ICC Women's World Cup, on Thursday.
Chasing a target of 184 runs, India achieved the target with 45 balls remaining. Due to the fantastic knocks of these three India scored 310 runs in 43 overs rain hit match. Skipper Stafanie Taylor - arguably the best all-rounder in the game - former skipper Merissa Aguilleira, who is swift behind the wickets and Hayley Matthews' experience could create problems for the Indians.
A formidable India will fancy their chances of taking an unassailable 2-0 lead against a weakened West Indies when the two sides lock horns in the third game of the ongoing five-match ODI series, on Saturday. With a score of 183 with 8 wickets down, Caribbean's scored the highest score but losing out wickets one by one, exactly repeating the mistake they did against team Australia. India could have been in a spot of bother at 33 for 2 but with a seasoned campaigner like Mithali at the other end, Mandhana went for her shots without much pressure.
For West Indies, Stefanie Taylor had figures of 1 for 24. Her 108-ball innings was studded with 13 boundaries and two sixes. Mithali Raj opted to field and West Indies were comfortably placed at 69 for one in the 19th over before things fell apart and the current World T20 champions were tottering at 91 for 6.
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Mandhana carried on from where she left off against England, bettering her 72-ball 90 with a second ODI century and a first in the World Cup.
India will next play Pakistan on Sunday.
The Caribbean batters found it hard to hit leg-break bowler Poonam and the tight wicket to wicket bowling from Deepti and Ekta.
India top order will look to continue its domination over the West Indies bowler while the veteren batsman Yuvraj Singh & Mahendra Singh Dhoni will hope to hit the ball with the middle of the bat.
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