Women's T20 World Cup News
Kaur is on the brink of making history. When she leads India onto the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Sunday, she will become the first woman to ever captain India in a T20 World Cup final.
Australia and India will lock horns in the finals of the Women's T20 World Cup on March 8 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
India will have the psychological advantage going into the final as they had stunned the defending champions by 17 runs in the tournament opener.
Wicketkeeper-batter Healy will be a part of Australia's team which will take on an in-form Indian side at the MCG.
Four-time champions Australia will take on first-time finalists India at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.
She was hit for four boundaries by Verma in her opening over of the tournament, and Schutt admitted her concerns about bowling to Indian openers.
The end of Australia's innings was followed by a long break due to rains at the Sydney Cricket Grounds. This led to South Africa being given 13 overs to chase a target of 98.
India made it to their first-ever T20 World Cup final by virtue of finishing at the top of the points table in Group A with eight points.
Australia will meet India in the final in Melbourne on Sunday in a repeat of the opening match of the tournament.
England finished their group at the second spot after losing their first match against South Africa in the tournament.
The semi-final clash between India and England was called off without a single ball being bowled due to rain.
Mithali Raj said she is thrilled with India entering into their maiden final in the history of the tournament and congratulated the team.
India also made it to the finals of the 50-over Women's World Cup in 2017 but was defeated by England.
India reached the final of Women's T20 World Cup after the semifinal between India and England was abandoned due to rain.
Harmanpreet Kaur agreed that the semifinals should have had a reserve day, a request which was made by Cricket Australia but turned down by the ICC.