England opener Tammy Beaumont credits her match-winning unbeaten run-a-ball 87 against India in the first ODI in Bristol to letting go of the concept of ‘form’.

“I have stopped believing in form. Once you get to a certain stage, you know what works and you stick with it. It’s all about minor tinkering and mindset more importantly. I’ve focussed on being ruthless and relentless,” she said.

This was Beaumont’s fourth ODI fifty on the trot and also comes off the back of a confident 66 in England’s only innings in the drawn Test against India at the same venue last week.

Speaking about her batting process, Beaumont said the team’s evolution and gameplan is oriented to the ODI World Cup in New Zealand in 2022.

IND W vs ENG W, 1st ODI: Beaumont, Sciver fifties hand England eight-wicket win over India

“I think it has just kinda evolved naturally. We are all maturing as players and are…

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