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Khawaja and Bailey are? though, including a stunning winner against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter-finals. I believe that this is going to be a very exciting time, that he has the potential to be a world class boxer, from @ImRaina & his fans #HappyBirthdayVirat pic. God bless pic. What can they get on board? India are 67/2 with KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma?o. 66 and 60 Lightning quick with the gloves she will need to fire if England are to win the title again Heather Knight: Fast developing as an allrounder the England team will count on her useful off-spin and her top-order batting With the ability to play in all gears Knight will be a vital cog in the England machine NEW ZEALAND: The White Ferns (as they are also known) will be looking to shed the tag of bridesmaids and go all the way this time around The two time finalists are in good form having won seven of their last nine T20Is including series wins in India and over Australia Their spin department looks in good health with left-arm spinner Morna Neilson and offie Leigh Kasperek doing well As is pace spearhead Lea Tahuhu whom they will bank on for early breakthroughs Suzie Bates: The skipper is in some serious form having blasted two fifties and a hundred in the Rose Bowl series and the following T20Is against Australia She opens the batting and is likely to slip in more than a few overs of skiddy medium pace as well Sophie Devine: Devine blasted a half century off 18 balls in India last year to claim the record for the fastest T20I half-century Another dual international (one of three in the Kiwi side) she is also likely to share the new ball with Tahuhu THE CHALLENGERS INDIA: India surprised Australia and the world by beating the World Champions in their own backyard in January A relief for captain Mithali Raj will be the fact that the batting and fielding departments previously worry areas are clicking The return of Jhulan Goswami who missed the Sri Lanka T20Is due to injury will buoy the team as well India stand their best ever chance of making a splash on the world stage with home advantage and a balanced side India captain Mithali Raj during a recent match against Australia Getty Smriti Mandhana: The 19 year old southpaw was central to the series win in Australia and even scored her maiden ODI century on that tour She scored unbeaten fifties in both warm up matches and her form augurs well for India Harmanpreet Kaur: The middle-order bat will be the key to holding the batting together in this tournament with the protean ability to play both the waiting and explosive game If the conditions favour spin her dart like off spin could prove a handful SOUTH AFRICA: A fast improving team they shunted New Zealand to make their first semi-final in 2014 Since then their stock has risen quickly Their fielding standards have gone up considerably and I will not be surprised if the catch of the tournament came from one of them Led by the experienced Mignon du Preez they will look to improve their growing reputation in this tournament Dane van Niekerk: The leg spinning all rounder was the star of South Africa’s first T20I win over England last month With the Proteas playing at Nagpur Bangalore and Chennai her leg spinners could make quite an impact Marizzane Kapp: One of South Africa’s key all-rounder she forms an effective opening bowling pair with partner Shabnam Ismail With the power to hit the big shots at will she can turn a game on its head with either bat or ball WEST INDIES: The team from the Carribean boast some of the most powerful strikers in the game in Deandra Dottin and Captain Stafanie Taylor Both capable of contributing with the ball as well the two will form the backbone of the West Indies effort in this WT20 The team has had a mixed season losing the T20I leg of their last series against South Africa after winning the ODIs Anisa Mohammed: She is the highest wicket-taker in women’s T20I just three shy of a hundred wickets and well and truly ahead of the rest of the pack (Perry is next with 73) She will relish playing in India and will be the lynchpin of the Windies bowling Haley Matthews: The 17 year old has been making waves with the bat in international cricket and would like to add a T20I fifty to her tally of 4 ODI half centuries She will need to overcome her inexperience quickly though and adapt well in her first internationals in India THE HOPEFULS PAKISTAN: Led by Sana Mir Pakistan have grown as a team over the last few years However they last played a T20I in November Also their late arrival in India means that they will not play any warm up games and will have to hit the ground running Senior players like batter Bismah Mahroof (1000+ T20I runs) will need to lead the way SRI LANKA: After a sensational 2013 World Cup (they beat England as well as India) Sri Lanka have not been able to maintain their momentum Despite the talent of skipper Shashikala Siriwardene and Chamari Atapattu in the ranks Sri Lanka have consistently underperformed losing their last eight T20Is It will be a miracle if they can revive those fortunes in this tournament IRELAND: Led by Isobel Joyce one of five Joyce siblings to play for Ireland Ireland earned their spot in the WT20 by winning the qualifying tournament in Thailand last year They will relish the chance to cause an upset or two coming into this tournament BANGLADESH: Bangladesh finished second in the qualifiers behind Ireland and thus booked their tickets to India The side under the captaincy of the young Jahanara Alam also features the experienced Salma Khatun who has toured India before GROUPS IN WOMEN’S WORLD T20 A: Australia Ireland New Zealand South Africa Sri Lanka B: Bangladesh England India Pakistan West Indies Women In an extremely close race New Zealand seem to have the edge over other teams by virtue of form and a settled experienced team However the T20 format throws up more surprises than the longer versions and as such it is the most open WT20 ever With the women’s tournament set to be a standalone event in 2018 the stage is set for the best teams in the world to fight it out for the title of World T20 champions

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