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Commonwealth Games 2018: Squash Mixed Doubles Pool H, Joshna Chinappa, Harinder Pal Sandhu carries India's hopes

Chinappa/Sandhu def Aitken/Moran 11-10, 11-8 in 27 minutes
Updated: 11 April 2018 16:20 IST - Published: 11 April 2018 14:55 IST
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And it's a wrap here! 

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And with two wins in Group H, Joshna and Harinder now top the group, before advancing to the knock-outs.
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That will surely give them a lot of confidence as the knock-out rounds begin.
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That was a highly competitive match and a very tight win for the Indians. They had to work really hard to ensure that they get to finish in straight games.
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Final score: Chinappa/Sandhu def Aitken/Moran 11-10, 11-8 in 27 minutes
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AND INDIA HAVE COMPLETED THE WIN!!!

11-8 in the second game
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A long rally ends in favour of the Scots

India up 10-8
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THREE MATCH BALLS FOR INDIA AT 10-7
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Scotland get a point, they refuse to go away easily

India up 9-7
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And it is 9-6 to India



2 points away from the WIN!
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India make sure the Scots don't get too much comfort thereafter.

Team India bags two more points to stretch their lead further to 8-5
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Things are heating up here.

The Scots won't go away without a fight and they are now breathing down India's neck.

India up 6-5
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Now the Indians are dominating the proceedings.

5-2
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And it is 2-2

Not much to choose between the two at the moment
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The Scots have opened up a 2-0 lead in Game 2
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And the Indians make no further mistake and wrap things up in the opening game.

11-10
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The determined Scots save a game point to trail 9-10
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Game balls for the Indians!

10-8
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Can they hold on to their lead and close out the game?
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This time Joshna and Harinder inch ahead

9-8
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And it is 8-8
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And the Indians have stormed back to make it an even contest!


7-7
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The Scots continue to have a two-point advantage over the Indians.

7-5
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And the Scots break away from the tie to make their mark. 

6-4
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4-4

No surprises there!