England women’s Freya Davis and Sarah Glenn have been released from the squad ahead of the ODI series against India. The two England players will now play for their regional team Central Sparks and Southeast’s Rachel Haho for the Flint Trophy. The only Test match between India and England will be played in Bristol from June 16. In the long run of cricket, the two teams will face each other again after 2014.
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This was confirmed by England and Wales Cricket Board, ‘Sarah Glenn and Freya Davis have been released from the England women’s Test team and will now play for their regional teams in the ODI series after the Test match. India’s women’s team has started preparations for a single Test match. Under the leadership of Mitaji Raj, Team India will come to the field with the intention of performing strongly in this Test.
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Talking about Test cricket, Indian women’s Test captain Mithali Raj said, ‘Test playing is great, be it at home or away. It will be great if it continues, because it helps the players. Sometimes it is better to go to the field and enjoy the conditions without any stress. It will be the first Test match for India seven years later.