Harmanpreet Kaur to lead India in Women’s T20 WC

  • Harmanpreet Kaur to lead India in Women’s T20 WC

Harmanpreet Kaur to lead India in Women’s T20 WC

Now, the only thing is how we are going to use their strengths.

"But we all had always felt she was different from others".

"The wickets in Australia don't' turn much and wrist spinners have to rely on spin and other variations to take wickets", said Deol, whose parents BS Deol and Charanjit Kaur Deol are based in sector 80, Mohali. He is doing a good job for us and we are happy to have him in the side.

Harmanpreet Kaur, star India all-rounder, will lead the 15-member India squad on the upcoming ICC Ladies's T20 World Cup with Bengal's rookie batswoman Richa Ghosh being the one new face within the crew.

Meanwhile, after some back into back constant tv show, youthful batting feeling Shafali Verma will additionally be an integral part of the India squad that will additionally mark her very first look in an ICC occasion. Uncapped player Ghosh was compensated for their outstanding overall performance within the recently held Women's Challenger Trophy.

The report claimed that one option is for all 20 teams to enter at the same stage which means that a simple format of four groups of five teams each could be used.

Another could be about the two-tier format, which is now used in the World T20. "Richa Ghosh is a new player and here the role of selectors increases", Hemlatha told reporters at a press conference here.

"Many of our senior players are household names in T20 tournaments in Australia and England and they will set the tone for the rest of the team".

Skipper Harmanpreet feels that playing the tri-series before the big event will be advantageous for the team. "Before the World Cup, we will be able to decide our best XI", Harmanpreet said about Richa in Mumbai on Sunday. A bigger tournament will also increase the likelihood of the participation of the US, a market where ICC has recently made several attempts to spread the sport.

"As (Hemlata) ma'am mentioned, we have Richa, who did well in the Challenger Trophy and domestic cricket, so we will stick to our best XI. If you go to a World Cup and you aren't confident in your abilities then you don't have to rock up, we have to go there to win otherwise might as well not go", she said.

Harmanpreet has had the experience of playing in the Women's Big Bash League and that will help her plan better.