ENG W vs IND W: Julan Goswami said – How India return for the second ODI against England

The Indian women’s cricket team, playing a limited-overs series on the tour of England, lost to the hosts in the first ODI. Because of this they are 0-1 in a three-match ODI series. To stay in the series, Mithali and Co will have to make a comeback in the second ODI on June 30 in Taunton. Senior Indian women’s pacer Julan Goswami said the team will try a number of options and combinations to make a comeback in the next match so that it can be implemented at next year’s World Cup in New Zealand. In the first match of the series, England were chased down by two wickets in 34.5 overs after India were called to bat for 201 for eight in 50 overs.

“We are trying to establish a team composition and make some choices,” Goswami told a press conference ahead of the second ODI. We are (still) looking for which options are good for us now. What happens (we finalize the options) is decided by the management before the World Cup. Before the World Cup, we were trying to sort out a few things. We hope to have those things sorted out in the upcoming games and series.

India played 181 balls in the first ODI, which also affected the score and the team could score only 201. England easily achieved the score and took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. India should improve in all sectors before the World Cup in New Zealand at the beginning of next year. The failure of batsmen is a big problem for the team. However, young opener Shafali Verma is expected to run in the top flight, which will ease the pressure on middle-order batsmen, Goswami said.

ENG W vs IND W: What should Mithali and Co do to get back into the series?

Goswami, the highest wicket taker in women’s one-day cricket, said, “This is Shafali’s first match. He made his ODI debut from the first match. These are.

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