History awaits India in Women’s World Cup final Mithali Raj promises that “It isn’t going to be easy for England” after beating Australia.
Eastern Eye Staff
India have the chance to alter the course of cricket history when they face hosts England in the Women’s World Cup final at Lord’s on Sunday (23). Since the tournament’s inception in 1973 — two years before the men’s World Cup started – it has been dominated by England and Australia, with New Zealand, in 2000, the only other country to have won the event. The final sees this year’s edition come full circle, with India having upset the form book to beat England by 35 runs in the tournament opener in Derby on June 24. “It isn’t going to be easy for…
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