Harmanpreet Kaur to captain Indian women’s cricket for Asian Games

The Indian women’s cricket team is all set to participate in the Asia Cup, which will be held in China. The team, led by captain Harmanpreet Kaur and vice-captain Smriti Mandhana, has left for the tournament with the aim of dominating the competition. The Sports Authority of India (SAI) Media has expressed confidence in the Indian cricket girls’ ability to perform well in the tournament.
Prior to their departure, some changes were made to the Indian team. Harmanpreet Kaur was appointed as the captain, taking on the responsibility of leading the team. Smriti Mandhana was selected as the vice-captain, providing valuable support to Kaur in leading the team on the field. Additionally, four standby players have been included in the squad, ensuring that the team has suitable replacements in case of any injuries or unforeseen circumstances.
An interesting aspect of the tournament is that India’s first match will be in the quarter-finals, scheduled for 23rd September. This means that India will skip the group stage and directly enter the knockout phase. This could be advantageous for the team, as they will have more time to prepare and strategize for the crucial matches.
The Asia Cup is a significant tournament for women’s cricket in the region, and the Indian team will be aiming to showcase their skills and compete at the highest level. With a strong leadership duo in Harmanpreet Kaur and Smriti Mandhana, along with a talented squad, the Indian team will be looking to make their mark and bring glory to the country.

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