Sneh Rana and Taniya Bhatia played unforgettable tricks in the individual test against England, helping India to end in a draw, and as self-confidence and confidence increase, Mithali Raj’s team will play in ODI’s upcoming three-game series Face England in the game. The three ODI games will start on Sunday, which will provide India with an opportunity to reduce the number of players suitable for the 50 Over World Cup to be held next year. Earlier this year, the Indian team lost in a limited series against South Africa (ODI and T20I), which shows how the team needs to improve their game.
Smriti Mandhana has been able to provide a good start with a good hit rate, but once she is fired, it is difficult for the mid-level to score vigorously, preventing India from achieving more than 250 career marks.
However, Shafali Verma has now found a place in the ODI setup and has the potential to light up the stage. Even if it stays on the fold 15 times, there will be about 7080 runs on the chessboard on that side.
The final series against South Africa is enough to prove how the Indian team needs to reinvent their shots in the middle order and must do so at a fast pace.