October 30, 2018
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Women World T20 2018: Indian side off to the Caribbean

By Rajsi Swaroop

Women’s World T20 2018

Women’s World T20 is set to begin from November 9, 2018, in the home of the defending champion. Participants have started arriving at the venue so does the Indian side.
Harmen’s XI has arrived at the Carribean to put a hand on the trophy, and Indian former limited over captain Mithali Raj shared a selfie with the members just before the start of their journey. Take a look at it.

Mithali captioned the image,

“Off to the Caribbean! Hope to be back with smiling faces! #T20WC #IndiaForTheWin.”

People from all over India started sending their wishes to the team to win the trophy this time.

Image Credit: @AP

See how Twitter reacted on the selfie shared by the Indian batting great.

Eyeing on the title

Yes, Faces are smiling, and it looks like the team is pretty serious about the win.
Hopefully, the cup will come home as it would be our first world title from the women’s cricket side.
Indian Women’s are going ten days before the start of the World T20 to be accustomed to the conditions.
Gaming greats have already praised the move of sending the team ten days before the commencement of the marquee event.
Previously, India lifted the hope of winning the big tournaments in 2017, when the Indian side not only qualified for the World Cup but reached the final to play it against England.

Unfortunately, England lifted the trophy and snatched the match from the skin of the teeth. That was a hard fought battle from both the sides and this time Indian team must be eyeing on the title of Women’s World T20.


What’s Next?

India will play its first scheduled fixture on the opening day of the World T20 that is on November 9 against New Zealand Women’s. Along with India, Australia Women’s, Pakistan Women’s, Windies Women’s and Bangladesh Women’s will lock horns on that particular day.

Rajsi Swaroop

I am Sports Fan precisely Cricket, Football, Tennis. I want to give my life to the sports media so that India will become a Sporting nation soon.