Despite her favorite record in England and poor preparation time despite her “positive thinking”, she will be pushing the Indian Women’s Cricket team since Wednesday when she commits good hosts to her first test commitment in Bristol for almost seven years. After quarantines in India and England, the team led by Mithali Raj needs less than a week to prepare for its first red ball game since November 2014. Mithali was among the seven current players who took part in the Eleven winner against South Africa. Mysurun. Experienced players like Skipper, his Harmanpreet Kaur MPs, Smriti Mandhana and Jhulan Goswami have not played Cricket on the red ball in the last round, although it will be a tougher test for youngsters who do not get to play in the first division. matches at home Cricket.
Unlike the men’s team that played Southampton’s internal team games before the WTC final, the women only trained in nets that could hurt them in a four-day game.
“The players are in good form and have been doing well in training, but there is no substitute that matches the practice. Be it a one- or four-day match, one or one in the Bowl networks at a time,” the BCCI source told PTI.
“Since it’s a four-day match, time will only tell if they’re ready to be on the field for a longer period of time or if they have to do a lot of long stretches. If you play a training game, there’s pressure.
Harmanpreet has already admitted that they have limited time to prepare for the one-off test, but India has managed to get into the game “mentally prepared” for valuable advice from captain Men’s team captain Ajinkya Rahane.
There is a good chance that the 17-year-old Sensation Shafali Verma will open the game with Mandhana in battle. It comes into play without luggage and can have a huge impact on the top of the order.
The experienced trio of Mithali, Harmanpreet and Punam Raut are expected to do a job that will be difficult conditions for them as well.
With England picking the Kookaburra Dukes over the ball there could be a bit of a break as he does more in the game as the home team progresses to the Ashes Test against Australia.
It remains to be seen whether veterans Jhulan Goswami and Shikha Pandey Pacers would be able to make the long run without doing so in a long time.
Cyclists who had an unforgettable time at home in the limited series against South Africa would be demanding repairs.
Without a doubt, the visitors can remember the record in England that they have not lost in eight games, two of which they have won.
Nat Sciver, the former England captain-general and newly-appointed, is one of six teammates who played in the final test match against India in August 2014.
The tourists won that Wicksley game with six goalkeepers.
England remain favorites to win the next competition, but Sciver expects India to play without fear.
“They’re a constantly growing party. There’s always a young, new talent in the team who’s not afraid to go out there and show what they have. They seem to be more fearless than before,” Sciver said.
“It can be very difficult to overcome a pair with a lot of experience in their team – with Mithali Raj, Jhulan Goswami – hopefully in England, in our conditions, we can improve our skills and make sure we are doing the right things.
“The last time we played in India, we weren’t very good in that test match and we didn’t play with our potential, so hopefully we can do better this time around,” he added.
India: Mithali Raj (captain), Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur (vice captain), Punam Raut, Priya Punia, Deepti Sharma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Shafali Verma, Sneh Rana, Taniya Bhatia (wicket-keeper), Indrani Roy, Jhulan Goswami, Shikha P , Pooja Vastrakar, Arundhati Reddy, Poonam Yadav, Ekta Bisht, Radha Yadav.
In England: Heather Knight (captain), Emily Arlott, Tammy Beaumont, Katherine Brunt, Kate Cross, Freya Davies, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Ecclestone, Georgia Elwiss, Tash Farrant, Sarah Glenn, Amy Jones, Nat Sciver (vice captain), Anya Shrubsole, Mady Villiers, Fran Wilson, Lauren Winfield-Hill.
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