India commander Mithali Raj has cautioned England not to expect a simple challenge when they come up against her side in the Women’s World Cup last on Sunday.
Harmanpreet Kaur struck a shocking unbeaten 171 – the most noteworthy score by an Indian player, male or female, in a World Cup knockout match – to set the stage for an exciting 36-run semi-last triumph over protecting champions Australia at Derby on Thursday.
That set-up a rematch of the opening installation of the competition, where India beat England by 35 runs, to choose who lifts the World Cup trophy before an offer out Lord’s group.
“As a group we are on the whole extremely eager to be a piece of the last,” said Raj, considering India achieving their first World Cup last since 2005.
“We realized that this competition would not have been simple yet the way the young ladies have turned up at each circumstance when the group required, regardless of whether it was the hitters or bowlers, this win has certainly changed the situation as far as how the young ladies will admire the last.
“It unquestionably won’t be simple for England. Be that as it may, it will boil down to how we perform on that day. We truly need to take a shot at our arranging and system since England have additionally crested subsequent to being crushed by us in the primary amusement.