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Commonwealth Games 2018: Squash Mixed Doubles Round of 16, Joshna Chinappa, Harinder Pal Sandhu carry India's hopes

LANDERS-MURPHY Amanda/MILLAR 1-2 CHINAPPA Joshna/PAL SANDHU Harinder, Full score
Updated: 12 April 2018 08:51 IST - Published: 12 April 2018 07:37 IST
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That's it from here folks. Stay tuned for more such live coverages from CWG 2018
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With the win, Joshna and Harinder advance to the quarterfinals as they look to continue their sublime form and return with a medal for the country. 

(Final Score: CHINAPPA Joshna/PAL SANDHU Harinder) def (LANDERS-MURPHY Amanda/MILLAR Zac) 11-7, 10-11, 11-5
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However, their hard work goes to waste as the Indian pair emerges as comfortable winners, sealing the decider 11-5
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The Aussies showing strong nerves as they save two match points.
Score: 10-5
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What was looking like a thrilling contest, has ended being a one-sided affair in G3 with the Indians continuing their supremacy. They are currently just one point away from sealing the match.
Score: 10-3
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The Indian pair edges closer to the match point.
Score: 9-3
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The Indians have clearly exerted their dominion over the opponents, as they are giving very little chances!
Score: India 8-3 NZL
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The Indian duo have doubled their lead to 4 and leads 6-2!
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The Indians are looking adamant for a win after letting their guards down in the previous game.
Joshna and Harinder are currently leading 3-1
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And we are underway with Game 3.
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And the Aussies clinch the deciding point to win the game. What an enthralling contest it' has been.
It's all even-stevens right now with the game score tied at 1-1
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Score: 10-10!!

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It's going down to the wire as the teams are tied at 9-9!
More drama left in Game2.
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The game is turning out to be a thriller as the Aussies have once again taken the lead back. 
Score:8-7, India trails
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What a passage of play!
The Indian duo comes from behind to lead the game for the first time.
Score: 7-6
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The two-point difference seems to be constant as the Aussies edge ahead at 5-3
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The Indians are not letting their opponents have it easy as they pull back a couple of points. 
Score: 4-2
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The team from Australia has extended their lead to 4 points. 
Score: 4-0
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The Aussies look keen to turn around their fortunes as they go up 2-0 in Game 2.
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The second game begins. !!
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Joshna and Harinder has taken the lead winning the first game, as they look to capitalize on this advantage
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The Indian pair maintains the two-point lead as they edge closer to the game point.
Score: 9-7
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The Indian duo of Joshna and Harinder has taken a convincing three-point lead and are currently ahead at 8-5
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It's looking like an intriguing contest with the teams breathing down each other's neck.
Score: 4-4
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IND 3-3 NZL
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IND 2-2 NZL

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Ind 1-1 NZL
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And the Indian team starts on a strong note, clinching the first point of the game
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The match in underway!
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The players have started warming up and the game will be underway shortly.
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First up is Squash Mixed Doubles Round-of-16. Joshna Chinappa and Harinder Pal Sandhu face-off against Landers-Murphy and Millar of New Zealand in the Oxenford Squash Studios. 
 
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