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Commonwealth Games 2018: Squash Women's Doubles Pool C, Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal carry India's hopes, Live Updates

The squash action is scheduled to start at 6:30 am at Oxenford Studios, Squash Crt 3
Updated: 10 April 2018 07:05 IST - Published: 09 April 2018 23:49 IST
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It's a wrap here. Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for all the updates from the Commonwealth Games 2018.
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Brief scores:

Game 1: 10-11 (10 mins) 
Game 2: 11-0 (4 mins)
Game 3: 11-1 (6 mins)

India's Joshna Chinappa & Dipika Pallikal Karthik win the match 2-1 against Pakistan's Faiza Zafar & Madina Zafar. An excellent comeback by the Indians in the 2nd game after a tight 1st game. With such a defeat in the 2nd game it was always an uphill task for Pakistan to recover in the 3rd game.
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Final Score: IND 11 - 1 PAK in the 3rd game with the game lasting 6 minutes
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INDIAAAA WINSSSSSS!
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Game point for India in the 3rd game
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Pakistan not learning from their mistakes
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Score: IND 10 - 1 PAK in the 3rd game
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Score: IND 8 - 1 PAK in the 3rd game
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Score: IND 6 - 1 PAK in the 3rd game
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If Faiza & Madina do not grasp a few points now, then the Indian team of Joshna & Dipika will certainly take the game away
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Score: IND 4 - 1 PAK in the 3rd game
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Score: IND 3 - 1 PAK in the 3rd game
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Score: IND 2 - 1 PAK in the 3rd game
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The 3rd game is underway
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The Indian pair looking super confident after a win in the 2nd game and seem unassailable now
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The tie is now balanced at 1-1
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The game lasted merely 4 minutes
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An amazing 2nd game for Joshna & Dipika with them winning 11-0 
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Score now 10-0 to India
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Joshna & Dipika running away with the 2nd game winning 8-0
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Joshna & Dipika starting off well in the 2nd game taking a lead of 4-0
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The 2nd game is in progress
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The Indians gave away the lead and Pakistan's pair of Madina Zafar & Faiza Zafar winning the first game with a score of 11-10. The first game lasted just 10 minutes.
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India had 3 game points when they were leading 10-7
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The team from Pakistan giving their all in the dying few moments making the score 10-10
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Score 10-7 in favor of India
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Score is 9-7 now in favor of India
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Joshna and Dipika bounce back taking the lead 8-7
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Pakistan's Faiza Zafar & Madina Zafar have taken the lead. They are winning 7-6
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Score is level again 6-6
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Joshna and Dipika take the lead 6-5 in game 1
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The fact that they are are pitted against Pakistan's Faiza Zafar & Madina Zafar is adding to the intensity with both the teams giving their all.
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The Score is tied at 3-3 in game 1
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The match is underway!

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Joshna Chinappa & Dipika Pallikal Karthik are the defending champions in the Women's doubles category as they clinched gold medal in the Commonwealth Games 2014.
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The players are seen warming up.
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Squash Women's Doubles Pool C match between Joshna & Dipika of India, Faiza & Madina of Pakistan . Stay tuned for updates!
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The fifth day was a very successful one for India. Shooting has been India's second most successful event in the Games after weightlifting. 

Gold medals for India came in Table Tennis, Shooting, and Badminton on Day 5. Weightlifter Pardeep Yadav started Day 5 winning a Silver medal in Weightlifting Men's 105kg category. In shooting, Jitu Rai won Gold in the 10m Air Pistol event. Om Mitharwal won Bronze in the same event. In Badminton, India's Mixed Team won Gold, defeating Malaysia. Indian Men's Table Tennis repeated what their Female colleagues had done a day before by claiming Gold as well. India starting the 6th day with hopes of winning many more medals just as they did yesterday.

Squash singles were one of the more disappointing stories of the Indian camp in the first half of the Games. The squash players have another chance at a medal as they begin their doubles campaign from Day 6. First up is Women's Doubles which will see Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal Karthik team up against Pakistan's Faiza Zafar and Madina Zafar.