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Women in Blue are in great form and we hope they play in the same way in upcoming matches. Winning first two league matches against England and West Indies, Indian women’s cricket team will be looking forward to beat the rivals Pakistan, this Sunday. They will be looking forward to grab the maiden world title.
Five Players to Watch Out For To Beat Pakistan
Mithali Raj
Mithali Raj is the skipper of India’s women team. With an average of 52.19. she has scored 5892 runs in ODIs. She also holds the record of second highest score in Women’s Test cricket. While playing the match against West Indies yesterday, she broke two world records of becoming the first woman to score seven consecutive ODI fifties and have also made the record for most fifties in women’s ODIs.
2) Jhulan Goswami
Jhulan Nishit Goswami is the one who is having both experience and skills when it comes to making India win matches. She is known for taking early wickets in matches. She is playing for Indian Women’s team since 2002. With 185 wickets in ODI format, Jhulan’s experience would play a major role in making India win the maiden title.
3) Harmanpreet Kaur
The hard hitter Harmanpreet can be the one who can hit sixes and fours to score runs for the team. She has a whole different approach when she comes to bat for the country. With an average of 34.48, she has scored 1690 runs in 71 matches. If a situation asks for it, she can also bowl for the team.
4) Deepti Sharma
19-year-old Deepti has proved herself with the bat in past by scoring 188 last month against Ireland. It is the highest score by an Indian in women’s ODI and also second highest individual score. The young emerging player can do wonders for the team in the tournament. With an average of 46.93, she has scored around 751 runs in women’s ODI. She is an all rounder as her stats proves the same. She has taken 33 wickets in just 23 matches.
5) Smriti Mandhana
Smriti can be the one who can change the figures of the match with her batting skills. The 20-year-old left-hand batsman has played 23 times for India and scored 701 runs with an average of over 30. While playing against West Indies yesterday, she scored 106 runs and led India to victory. We hope Smriti will maintain her form and make India win matches.
Go ahead and plan your weekend to watch this exciting match against rivals.
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