India practise for England clash as they look to end wait for ICC Women's World Cup trophy [Photos]
Catch India's net session ahead of the ICC World Cup final against England.
Mithali Raj and teammates train ahead of the final clash against England. They will be looking to build on the momentum gained from the convincing victory over defending champions Australia in the Women's World Cup semi-final Twitter/@m_raj03
Though the top order has managed to give India good starts, the team would like those starts to convert into something bigger in the final against England, who were blown away by India's opening stand in their previous group encounter. Image courtesy Facebook/ICC
The spinners have shouldered the responsibility of India's bowling attack in the ICC Women's World Cup and the finals against the hosts will be no different. Image courtesy: Facebook/ICC
India's batting in the initial matches piqued the interest of many but it lost fizz in the middle stages. Harmanpreet's knock of 171*(115) in the semi-final has breathed fresh air into the batting line-up. Will the tactic against England be starting slow and later consolidating or off-the-blocks right from the start? Image courtesy: Facebook/ICC
India will be playing in their second World Cup final since 2005. India had lost to Australia in the final 12 years ago. Jhulan Goswami and Mithali Raj are the only remaining members from the 2005 World Cup campaign and would like to go one step further in this year's tournament. Image courtesy: Facebook/ICC
On Sunday, 23 June, India take on England in the final of the ICC Women's World Cup at Lord's. England look for their fourth World Cup victory while India will want to wait the end for their first. Twitter/@icc