For a sense of the enormity of Sunday’s game, consider how Alex Hartley, England’s left-arm spinner, reacted to seeing Lord’s on Thursday, as England began to prepare for the Women’s World Cup final. Such are the pressures of playing in a final at Lord’s, amplified by the added bRead more »
And they are attracting record crowds: Lord's is a sellout for England vs India in the World Cup Final.
(Reuters) - England start as favourites to lift their fourth Women's World Cup title at Lord's on Sunday, but face an Indian side high on confidence after knocking out defending champions Australia in the semi-finals. Indian middle order batsman Harmanpreet Kaur took centre stage with an unbeaten
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