Harmanpreet Kaur’s Mission: Building the Indian Women’s Cricket Team for T20 World Cup

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India is preparing for the 2024 Women’s T20 World Cup and captain Harmanpreet Kaur wants to “build” the T20I squad with new faces. Kaur believes in providing “as many opportunities as possible” to new players to prove themselves on the big stage. She emphasized that the selection process takes into account both on-field performances and off-field contributions from players. Kaur said the team has many promising young talents and she aims to build a strong team with the upcoming matches. Allrounder Shreyanka Patil and left-arm spinner Saika Ishaque earned spots in the T20I series against England after their impressive performances. Kaur urged the duo to make the most of these opportunities to secure a spot at the T20 World Cup next year. She stressed the importance of team performance and her ambition to win a World Cup for India. Kaur expressed her confidence in the spinners, despite their rough outing in the first T20I. Overall, Kaur is focused on building a team that can achieve greatness for the country.

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