No easy going for England in decider, warns Raj

Fans would be rearing to witness a mouth-watering contest. Have a great game out there and play with calm and poise.

Asked about her future, she said, "I will definitely play for a couple of years more, but I don't see myself playing the next World Cup".

Ellyse Perry (38) and Elyse Villani (75) added 105 runs for the fourth wicket but it was always a catching up game for the title contenders. The tall pacer with a lovely, easy action was brilliant in the shock semifinal win over Australia, where she bowled skipper Meg Lanning for duck with perhaps the delivery of the tournament before finishing with two wickets.

While Hussain predicted an English win on Sunday, citing more depth in the home side, he also cautioned them against any complacency, given that India are the only side to beat England in the group stages of the tournament. The pitch has been used before, for England's ODI against Ireland in May, so it could turn. Before the semi-final, 24 out of the 33 wickets picked by Indian bowlers had been taken by spinners.

The only loss they had was to India in the tournament opener. But, they came back strongly to win by 107 runs (Duckworth/Lewis method) against Pakistan. From the first game to the Sri Lanka game and New Zealand game, she was getting better in the nets. "But let's make it a historic day for India", he said. She had a bit of an injury worry during practice but is likely to play on Sunday. Raj has led from the front with 392 runs she is the second-highest run-getter in this World Cup.

"It's an absolute dream come true", she said. "It gives you confidence but you have to have that focus and put in the work to score your runs", she added.

It has been a topsy-turvy ride for India in this edition of the World Cup.

The hosts will leave behind the demons from the semi-final where the top order comprising the likes of Lauren Winfield, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver and Fran Wilson failed to convert their starts. In WODI career that spans just 29 matches, she has already picked 40 wickets and an under-four economy.

What worked to Harmanpreet's advantage was her experience of playing the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) for Sydney Thunders due to which her familiarity with the current Aussie attack was much more than any other player. It can be a brilliant catch, it can be a good run out, it can be one good innings or a bowling spell.

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