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Commonwealth Games 2018, Women's Doubles Pool C: India's Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal take on Wales, Live Updates

Final score: India def Wales 11-8, 7-11, 11-8
Updated: 11 April 2018 08:44 IST - Published: 11 April 2018 07:10 IST
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And it's game, set & match as the Indian eves have emerged winners, in what turned out to be a thrilling fixture.
Final score: India def Wales 11-8, 7-11, 11-8
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A wry smile and deep breaths as India take the crucial point to set them up for match!
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The game sure looks to be going down to the wire as Wales have narrowed the lead to just a point. 
Score: India 9- 8 Wales
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It's a three-point lead now. 9-6 to the Indians!
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Pallikal and Chinappa looking in sublime form in the final game, as they lead Wales 8-6, igniting Indian hopes yet again. 
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The Welsh team is also in the zone and are looking strong. They have reduced India's lead to 2. Score 5-3!
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The Indians are looking to determined to squeeze in a victory and have enjoyed a flying start with a convincing 3-0 lead
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And we are underway with the deciding Game 3.
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Evans and Saffery have pulled the game back on level terms after winning the second game 11-8. 
The match will now go down to the wire and it all comes down to the third and final game. 
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Looks like there's no stopping the Welsh team as they look on a mission in this game. They have already taken an unassailable lead and is currently on game point. 
Score 10-7!
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The Indian eves pull one back. 8-6!
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Not what the Indian team was expecting as the Welsh are looking strong in the second game. They have now steered clear three points ahead.
Score: 8-5!
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Pallikal and Chinappa have levelled the scores at 4-4! Can India garner the momentum and seal the match in this game only!
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The Welsh are trying to build on their lead but the Indian team has pulled up their sock and is breathing down their necks with only a point difference. 
Score: 4-3!
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The second game begins as the team from Wales show some urgency right from the start. Takes a convincing 2-0 lead over India.
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And it's Game as the Indian eves look in sublime form after sealing the first game 11-8
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The Indian team is combining well as they inch closer to winning the first game. 10-8!
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The Welsh team is not giving up easily as they try and restore some balance back. Takes two points on the trot!
Score 7-6!
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Pallikal and Chinappa are bringing on the pressure as they steer clear three points of their opponents.
Score 7-4!
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The match seems to be going neck to neck. The Indian team currently leads by a single point. 5-4
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The team from Wales has also opened their scoring
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And its's two in the row for the Indian eves as they lead 2-0!!
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The Indians have started on a positive note,registering the first point of the game
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The players are currently warming up as the match will be underway shortly
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of squash. In this blog, we will cover the women's doubles match between Joshna Chinappa/ Dipika Pallikal vs Tesni Evans/Deon Saffery (WAL).

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