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17mThe Preview by Shashank Kishore

India's chance to spur a revolution

While England are on a seven-match winning streak, India have overcome a mini-slump to topple New Zealand and Australia on their way to the grand finale at Lord's

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35mS Rajesh

England's run rate, best among all teams

England have the best batting line-up, but it may not be a cakewalk against a spin attack that has taken 66 wickets, one fewer than leaders Australia

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Rahul 'nervous' about Test comeback

The India opener hit a fifty in his first competitive fixture in four months, but doubts persist after a serious shoulder injury

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3hJarrod Kimber

How to watch the women's game

It has evolved at a crazy pace in the last few years, but comparing it to the men's game, which has been professional for hundreds of years, is pointless

6hThe Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando

India batsmen tune up for Galle with runs

India declared their innings at nine batsmen down for 312, despite the match being a two-dayer. Thereafter, they also declined the opportunity to take the field again.

Gambhir: Women's World Cup win would be bigger than 2011 (4:32)
'I wanted to quit after 2009 World Cup' - Mithali Raj (1:11)
The record-breaking journey of Mithali Raj (3:45)
'Team has learned how to make a comeback' - Mithali Raj (4:04)
Can India topple England at Lord's? (3:04)
1dThe Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando

Kuldeep, Jadeja rip through SL Board President's XI

Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav scythed through Sri Lanka Board President's batting to bowl them out for 187, before India finished the first warm-up day at 135 for 3

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'WBBL stint has transformed Harmanpreet'

India captain Mithali Raj pointed to Harmanpreet Kaur and Smriti Mandhana's inputs on Australia players, courtesy their WBBL stints, as being key to plotting Australia's downfall in the semi-final in Derby

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1dFirdose Moonda

India ready to embrace a defining moment

India have played in front of the two previous sellout crowds at the World Cup, but the final at a packed Lord's will be a whole new experience

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2dJarrod Kimber in Derby

Australia eaten by Harmanpreet monster

The human body was not meant to be this awesome. But Harmanpreet Kaur used all the anger and the awesomeness to dispatch the Australian bowlers all over the field as if it was her own property

Rainford-Brent: Harmanpreet's innings best ever in a Women's ODI (2:41)

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