Women's T20 World Cup News
While skewed white-ball head-to-head record will be a mental hurdle, rain forecasts may pose combination questions for India when they take on England in the T20 WC semifinal.
India are scheduled to take on England in the semi-final of the premier tournament.
Yadav had bamboozled hosts Australia in the opening match of this tournament and her wicket-taking exploits haven't stopped there.
Verma and England spinner Sophie Ecclestone will go into the semifinals of the event as the top ranked batter and bowler respectively.
Kaur said since this Indian side has been together for a while, it has now built a conducive environment for youngsters like Verma to prosper.
India, who have won all of their four group stage matches, finished at the top of Group A and will compete against England in semis.
Five players of the Thailand team were dancing to the tunes of Venga Boys' famous track 'We like to Party'.
Thailand rode on the performance of openers Cantam and Nattaya Boochatham to post 150 for 3 in 20 overs.
Only a special effort from their opponents can stop India from reaching their maiden final, feels Lee.
The world's top-ranked women's allrounder limped off in pain after attempting a run out during Australia's narrow win over New Zealand on Monday.
Siriwardena's figures were the best in the tournament to date in her final international match, with her four for 16 a memorable farewell after 17 years of service to Sri Lankan cricket.
All-rounder Sciver picked up from where she had left off in the last game to score her third half-century of the tournament and help England post 143 for five on a tricky pitch.
Iram Javed then came out to bat and played brilliantly along with Riaz. Riaz played an unbeaten knock of 39 runs while Javed scored 17 runs but despite their efforts, Pakistan suffered a defeat.
India head into the semifinal of the tournament with a 100 per cent win record and Yadav is hoping for a better show in the coming days.
The 16-year-old announced her emergence on the global stage by becoming the second highest run getter in the ongoing tournament.