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England Women vs India Women, 3rd T20I: Indian women’s team has a chance to win T20 series, Smriti Mandhana said – we have to work on our batting

England won the ODI series against the Indian women’s team. Now Team India has equal chance.

England Women vs India Women, 3rd T20I: After losing the ODI series, now the Indian women’s team is expected to win the T20 series. India had lost the first T20 match against England, while they came back in the second match and won the match by eight runs. Now the third and deciding T20 match of the series will be played on Wednesday. India has a great chance of winning the T20 series against England. Smriti Mandhana, the vice-captain of the Indian women’s T20 team, hopes that the batsman will continue to contribute to the team’s victory.Also Read – INDw vs ENGw: Me and Shafali Verma want to bat for 15-16 overs: Smriti Mandhana

Mandhana said, “It was important for the team to win, especially the way the team came back in the last five overs. It showed the performance of the bowlers and the fielders, it was something that was needed. The way we performed in the third ODI and in the second T20, the morale of the team will increase, which will help. But we all know that tomorrow will be a new day. Our morale should just remain high.” Also Read – Women’s Big Bash League starts from October 14, fiercely demanded by Indian players

He said, “Harmanpreet Kaur has regained form to a great extent and hit a few deliveries which is a very good thing for the team. This win is very important for us.” Also Read – There was a dispute with Mithali Raj, now coach Ramesh Powar was seen praising the strong performance

Mandhana said, “There are many things that need to be worked on, especially in the batting department. The next seven months are very important for us. We have started scoring some good scores. If I talk about the ODI format, we are able to score 250-260. There should be consistency in our batting, bowling and fielding.

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