Women World Cup
Only one game stands between Mithali Raj and setting a new World Cup record.

On Sunday, India captain Mithali Raj’s team takes on the West Indies in the ICC Women’s World Cup.

When India takes on the West Indies on Saturday, Mithali Raj will set a new all-time record in the ICC Women’s World Cup. Captaining her team in her 39th ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup match will put her one win away from becoming the all-time leading woman captain. She needs one more win to tie the Australian women’s national team record of 23 set by Belinda Clark, who was the captain at the time. Mithali has led India to 14 wins, eight wins, and one draw in 23 World Cup matches. Mithali hopes to end the campaign with a victory over the West Indies since India has lost one and won one so far.

Following a win over Pakistan in their tournament opener, India lost 62 runs against New Zealand.

For India, New Zealand set a goal of 261 runs in 50 overs. With a 75-run knock of 84 balls, Amy Satterthwaite was the top scorer for her team. Amelia Kerr, meanwhile, smashed 50 runs off 64 balls.

Indian bowler Pooja Vastrakar had a great game, taking four wickets for the team. Rajeshwari Gayakward, on the other hand, was fired twice.

India was dismissed for 198 in 46.4 overs after being set a goal of 261. Harmanpreet Kaur’s 71 off 63 balls was not enough for India to win at the Seddon Park in Hamilton, Canada.

The other half of the equation was Mithali, who made 31 runs off 56 deliveries.

The New Zealand team’s Lea Tahuhu and Kerr both took three wickets.

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