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Watch: India Women’s Road to the T20 World cup Final

The Indian girls are on the verge of creating a history but the sad part is that they have been in this situation for quite many time now but they couldn’t able to go past the finishing line. The 50 over world cup was the classic example as they lost in the finals against the English girls after having shown so much promise through the league stages.

Now with another opportunity in their sight, the Indian women’s team will look to make the most of this as there won’t be any better chance of winning the trophy as they have already beaten the mighty Australians earlier in the league stage whom they will be facing in the finals.

Dominating journey so far!

Indian girls started their world cup campaign with an unexpected win over the mighty Australians thanks to some magical some spell of spin bowling from Poonam Yadav who took 4 for 19 in her 4 overs as India defended a modest 133 runs.

Once the Indian girls defeated the favorites Australians, the hype and expectations went sky-high about India’s chances of going all the way through.
India went on to win all of their league games against New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh as they topped the group which eventually helped them to overcome the English girls in the washed out semi-finals courtesy they finished at the top in the group stages

Form of Smriti and Kaur-A big worry

India has the #1 T20I batter under their ranks in the young sensation Shafali Verma but the fans are worried about the form of their premium opener Smriti Mandhana and the captain Harmanpreet Kaur.

Neither of them had a sound tournament so far but the good part is that the youngsters have taken more responsibility on their shoulders in Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur’ underperformance.

The whole of India will be praying and rooting for the historic moment of India lifting the trophy.

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