- Tag results for women cricket
With momentum firmly on India's side, the 'Women In Blue' would like to set the record straight after losing to their arch-rivals in the 2016 edition at home.
This is the first T20 World Cup that India will play without their senior player Jhulan Goswami who quit the T20 format.
The team, led by all-rounder Harmanpreet Kaur, will commence their campaign with the group lung opener against New Zealand at Guyana on November 9.
Electing to bat first the tourists put up a 271/8 in the allotted 50 overs while India failed to achieve the target and were all out for 180.
The system moves away from the combined rankings in place earlier and there is now a separate ICC Women's ODI Team Rankings table with 10 teams, in line with the men's rankings.
The match itself was an exciting affair as Australia chased down a healthy target of 163 with six wickets and 14 balls to spare.
With the second T20 being washed out, India have now taken a 3-0 lead in the five-match series.
Medium pacer Mansi Joshi and veteran Jhulan Goswami wreaked havoc at the top, bundling out Sri Lanka for a meagre 98.
Opening up on her post-retirement plans, the bowling all-rounder said that she would be looking to connect with the domestic competitions.
It has been a dominating performance from Australia so far, who had lost to India in the World Cup semifinals.
While there are a few mitigating factors — lack of sponsors in women’s cricket being a primary concern and the women have a very short season as compared to the men
Harmanpreet Kaur will be Mithali's deputy as the BCCI announced a 16-member squad for the series beginning February 5.