Both India and Australia have already qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World T20I.
India have an all-win record in the tournament so far, having beaten New Zealand, Pakistan and Ireland.
Shaun and Mitchell Marsh will be key members of the depleted Australian squad when they take on India.
Juventus came under fire for posting a message on Chinese social media about the apparent suicide of a fan, which was later exposed as untrue.
Donjeta Sadiku and her two coaches were denied an Indian visa despite the best efforts of the Boxing Federation of India and the Indian Olympic Association.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said it was unbelievable how Hamilton’s comments had been misconstrued.
Manchester City winger Leroy Sane and Bayern Munich pair Niklas Suele and Serge Gnabry claimed the first-half goals in Leipzig.
Croatia will now head to London with a spring in their step while Spain are left to ponder back-to-back defeats under their new coach Luis Enrique.
Second seed Federer suffered a painful loss at the hands of Anderson in the Wimbledon quarter-finals this year after leading by two sets.
Promoted to open the batting, veteran Mithali (51 off 56 balls) added 67 runs in 10 overs.