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22 July 2017, 10:27 | Dan Bryan
Harmanpreet Kaur just played the innings of her life on Thursday
But one can't discount India's recent run in the tournament.
Harmanpreet Kaur produced one of greatest ever ODI knocks in women's cricket as India stormed into the ICCWorld Cup final, demolishing Australia in semi-final on Thursday. She has also scored 202 runs at crucial moments.
Sciver says she hopes to handle the growing expectations that have come with her success in Sunday's final. But, Thursday's unbeaten 171 in the semi-final is probably a sign of her peaking at the right time. It's been unbelievable to see the way you all have played in this World Cup so far, and we all have been watching keenly and enjoying the display of cricket and the display of belief as a team and some brilliant individual performances also. They've been the legends of the game. We have a new woman of the match to stand up and perform for the team.
Harmanpreet batted like never before and totally ripped apart the Australian bowling attack, which is said to be the best in the world. When the score reached 35, Poonam Raut was dismissed for 14. "It has been brilliant to be a part of, and also for the talent of the girls which will be on show".
"It was a massive carrot going into the semi-final and lucky we had the wise head of Jenny Gunn to get over the line, so we're delighted", explained Knight, looking to lead England to a fourth World Cup title and first since 2009.
He said, "This is the second time after 2005 that we've got a chance to play in the World Cup final".
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